Primary school Essays

  • Essay On Bullying In Primary Schools

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    Abstract In this paper, children attending a Primary School in St James, Trinidad were studied to investigate their thoughts on the act of bullying. The occurrence of bullying in primary schools, generally, is becoming more prominent. Questionnaires were shared out to children, between the ages of nine and eleven, of the primary school to collect data and to understand their thinking. It was concluded that the children think there should be severe consequences for engaging in the act of bullying

  • Tablets In Primary Schools Essay

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    sites, sending and receiving email, watching movies, reading e-books, and videoconferencing. Some common tablets are the Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Google Nexus 9, and Amazon Fire HDX 8.9. With this in mind the advantages of using tablets in primary schools will now be addressed. Through various studies done, it was found that students learn more of the content at a faster pace. Teaching with technology causes a reduction rate in the time it takes for them to reach a learning objective by thirty

  • Written Assessment In Primary Schools

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    Typically, young children especially those in primary schools simply do not learn what they are taught unless there is reinforcement. Assessment is used by educators so often to link their teaching to students’ learning (William, 2013). However, if it is done without any sort of feedback, it might not be useful at all. Teachers assess with the purpose of acknowledging strengths and weaknesses in a child in order to formally or informally instruct the child making room for improvement (Mikre, 2010)

  • Suspension Should Not Be Discipline Measure In Primary Schools

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    disciplinary measure in primary schools. Teachers need an alternative for disciplinary measures in primary schools. Students in primary schools all over the world are getting suspended as a discipline for non-disciplinary reasons. These reasons for suspension can explain a lack of understanding future work and assignments because students and parents are not able to control the amount they get done at home. Teachers and students have noticed that suspension gives students a break from school rather than displaying

  • Tom Brennan Persuasive Speech

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    Protagonist). I went through primary school, made friends, played sport and the rest, the typical lifestyle of a kid my age. Life back then was worry free; I can definitely relate to Tom Brennan when he describes his juvenile self as a “happy, free, no fuss type of bloke” (P.76). As I transitioned into high-school it was much the same process, making friends, continuing sport and getting on with work. However, in saying that, high school was vastly different to my primary schooling and I was forced

  • Parent Relative Interview Essay

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    wanted from Santa when I was 7. At first, my mother asked me what present what I wanted, and I answered “A big teddy bear.” When I went to the church on Christmas, there was a big teddy bear that I had wanted for a long time. Until I became a middle school student, my mom and Santa “kept in touch” with each other so they could give me some presents that I wanted every year. #2. What was your worst moment growing up? When I was 10, I told my dad that I was going to hang out with my friends. He misunderstood

  • Migrant Student Disadvantages

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    Students may often be accepted into a school based on their religious upbringing, their connection to passed pupils and their English fluency level. Immediately migrant students are put at a disadvantage as most likely they have no connection to passed pupils, their English may not be exceptional

  • Reflection In Criminal Justice

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    Sentences that allow for the redemption and treatment of juveniles rather than a response to control crime. By going to law school, I am hoping to gain a valuable education that will keep me on my path of fighting for the rights of those who are marginalized in our society. An education that will leave a lasting impact on me in the same way that my experiences and courses at

  • Griswold Elementary School Writing Analysis

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    Good writing stems from a strong foundation of reading skills. I remember sitting in the library of Griswold Elementary School listening to the librarian Mrs. Church telling us how if we are good readers we are good writers. As the group of eager little children that we were, writing was something that we loved to do and participated in often, so a chance of becoming better at it just made us want to read more. In this same library, the PTO held the annual Scholastic Book Fair, this event allowed

  • An Analysis Of Maya Angelou's Poetry

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    Poetry has always been a large factor in American culture, spanning many different styles and types of poets. From Emily Dickinson’s lyric poems that describe abstract concepts to Maya Angelou’s poems that portray struggle and other complex themes, American poetry is unique and timeless. Arguably one of the most significant and well-respected American poets of the twentieth century is Elizabeth Bishop. Some of her most well-known poems include In the Waiting Room, First Death in Nova Scotia, and

  • Technology Childhood Obesity

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    The technological advancements in society allows for many benefits for the upcoming generations. For instance, with the click of a few buttons, children can access unlimited amounts of information. Technology helps educate children, while also serving as an entertainment source. Entertainment is a part of childhood, so this is one of the many advantages technological advancements bring; however, the easy access to technology allows children to use it too much creating a disadvantage due to the unhealthy

  • Benefits Of Outdoor Essay

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    understand the changes. Children can take risks outdoors but they also have the opportunity to manage risks. The opportunity is also there for children to role play and try out new things. From a schools perspective, installing outdoor classrooms and play areas in the form of shelters, sail shades and school canopies can be relatively cost effective and they may even get help towards the funding through grants and other national building

  • Personal Narrative: The Joy Of Helping Other People

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    I always hated helping other people because I never thought it would help me go farther than where I was. Although later in life I learned how to help others and that if you help others it does come back just in a different way.I have learned the joy of helping others so and that if I was in the same situation somebody would help me. Also after they help me I hope I can go help somebody else. That is what I think about that topic so I will go to the next. I am a person that likes to help others

  • Captain Kangaroo Research Paper

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    them when they were at a loss for words. My writing kept me from being bullied and I was able to hold onto my meals. Soon I gained high status among them, not quite alpha but I was usually her right hand bitch. Although I had loathed catholic school, having the fundamentals of writing pummeled into me by relentless nuns worked. There was a method to their madness because I was able to write efficiently and effectively. While reading exposed me to others worlds and ideas, writing gave me my own

  • Gym Observation Paper

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    Mr. Rowe is the PE teacher at Springhill Elementary School, and a lifelong friend as well, and so he was excited when I asked to come and watch him teach gym classes. Thursday, I had the privilege of observing two sessions, 4th and 5th grade. The gym space they used was smaller than half the gym in the Wells Fargo Sports Complex, and when filled with about 30 kids seemed even smaller. Fifth grade came in first, and since they had already participated in two form and technique sessions already that

  • Minnie Case Study Essay

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    English is the only language spoken in the home. From May to August, Minnie and her brother are attended to by a nanny eight hours a day Monday to Friday. While school is in session, her mother and father are the sole and primary caregivers. Minnie’s parents are employed by a local insurance agency as claim processors. Ms. Mouse has a Bachelor’s degree. Mr. Mouse has some postsecondary education. Both parents are generally healthy. Mrs. Mouse

  • Importance Of Literacy And Literacy Essay

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    learning to read and write. Literacy is an important capability because, it’s the first step on the road to mental and physical freedom. Literacy is a person's ability to read and write. Writing and reading are important to help function in school, on the job, and in society. Reading and writing is a vital skills in finding a good job. Many well paying jobs

  • Persuasive Essay On Later School Start Time

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    Many people argue whether school start times should stay the same or become later in the day. Most students already don't get enough sleep during the night and that can affect their learning experience in school (Wahlstrom). However some positive effects can still come from waking up early in the morning and getting to school around the same time. Although good can come from waking up early in the morning and sleeping in, students still need later school starting times to improve their overall health

  • Supersize Me Research Paper

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    Making lunch food healthier is not as hard as it seems , there are many ways to improve the way we eat .We the students need to have healthier meals not just junk food instead of the school selling us chips , nachos and chili fries we can make alternatives like salads or fruit bowls . One proposition would be ,instead of having frozen foods; would be for the lunch ladies to actually get a chance to cook the foods we eat.This and actually going out to the district and demanding a change in our lunch

  • Cheaper By The Dozen: An Analysis

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    Gilbreth takes care of all of his 12 children or how Matthew in “Anne of Green Gables” has to learn to take care of the girl. In the story, it explained that he taught his children how to read and write, but couldn’t pay for them, not even one to go to school. An analysis of “Anne of Green Gables” and “Cheaper by the dozen is that both of the fathers, Matthew Cuthbert and Mr. Gilbreth, have many similarities as well as differences. One example is that in “Anne of Green Gables,” Matthew Cuthbert is stern