Computers did not exist in their generation, so they never learned to how to use them. The traditional students are more familiar with today’s technology, their knowledge is more advanced. Older students are better with reading and writing skills, due to experience and better education. Traditional students have better knowledge of computers, as they are taught in school. Traditional students are weak in reading and writing due to the “No Child Left Behind Act” implemented in 2001.
Anh Nguyen EAP 98 Monica Monk February 17, 2014 Best Story Ever When people read any books, they usually have so many ideas. Most books are really helpful but some books are not. Now, I am reading the book that named The Fault in Our Stars by John Green and I already read some reviews on Amazon. Most people really like this book, but some people do not like it, because they think this book is pretentious, and characters are boring, which make many people disappointed. For me, I insistently said that this book is a wonderful book I have read by John Green, even though some negative reviews on Amazon claim that the character Hazel is too perfect, people want to stop reading when they only finish the first chapter, and the story is too boring.
Plus I say the book was very long, not that it was like a million pages, but I think it didn’t have that much action to speed it up, overall I would say to swap out Johnny Tremain with an amazing book called The Cay by Theodore Taylor. First I would say that Johnny Tremain was way to political not that I don’t become interested in that stuff I just don’t think that politics should take over 95% of the book. Another thing I did not like about this book was its past time vocabulary. Since it is an old book a lot of that vocabulary we do not even use any more. These are reasons why I think you should use a more modern book next year like The Cay.
I couldn't ... commercial principles and practices, which was a sort of bookkeeping thing, was beyond me. I can still remember, you know, DR, B black, P purple, CR and all that sort of jargon. But I was never good at keeping the books. My wife looks after the family finances, and it's just as well that she did, because I wouldn't have been able to handle it I don't think. But again, that was ... the stress I suppose on maths into the commercial stream was something that inevitably led to my departure from school when I was
Not many people stop to question if the information they are reading or being taught is factual. While the events Loewen points out may have some discrepancies in US History lower-learning textbooks; this does not mean all textbooks are incorrect. If anyone were to research any single US historical event he would end up finding out information he may have not been privy to through textbooks. Keep in mind, to incorporate every detail into one United States (US) History textbook is an unfathomable task. Students wouldn’t be able to carry the textbook and it would take years for teachers to deliver them information to him.
When it comes to what children are reading, people only think of the bad things and what the book is about. They don’t look at how it could possibly benefit them! I think that students should be able to read books that appeal to their beliefs and culture. It could help them learn more about themselves and their religion; they can’t do that if those books are banned from school libraries and bookstores! Book banning has been going on for the past two thousand years but people still read those books!
If that happens then you might have to take whatever class could not transfer over at a university for more money. Be sure to find a good advisor to make the chances of a nightmare happening slim to none. Unfortunately you do not get a bachelor’s degree from a community college. Some say community colleges have limited curriculum. (Pros and Cons, 2012) For high school graduates, commuting from home appears to them as a disadvantage.
He brought up a good point that a lot of people wouldn't have thought of in terms of a student’s education. Now I do kind of disagree with Bruno with the fact that as the students who lag behind in high school will later lag behind in college. It's not like the students were told not to push themselves or to take the easy route, they decided to go down that road. Do homework for a hour and really make their paper great or rush it before class. A simple choice like that can make a total difference in whether they really learned something or if they cheated themselves.
It's never hard to understand but I am sure it would not be essay material. Comparatively, my writing weaknesses are greater than my writing strengths. Like I said before, I don't really enjoy writing so I am not the best writer. I do try when it counts. I make sure that at least my sentences are easily read and I try to avoid run-ons.
While it is understandable that historians may be accustomed to the more lengthy pieces, it is irritating to the general public when the only truly informative books tend to put them to sleep within the first hundred pages. Truly, there is a possibility that this is such a book in spite of the fascinations encased in this subject matter; the book is dry, devoid of many pertinent facts by the average individual. The Godless Constitution is generally informative, contains much of the nation’s history and would be a good read for the average history buff. As a whole, this book is persuasive. Although not extremely appealing, it contains worthwhile information surrounding the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the nation’s history.