Today, millions young adults are facing real problems: lack of job opportunities, housing, and trying to survive in a fast, globalized world. Their knee-jerk reaction is to lash out and blame their parents and someone else. But, sadly, most parents just get more indulgent in response. However, there are other types of young that they only have very little ambition which are better than the selfish one. Gary, one of Newman’s interviewee, says that his son wants to live a solid life as a skilled
Environment 14 up wards At this age if a child has not been able to move away from poverty area then their life will be fighting to improve it on little money and a lot of hope At this age the lack of parents input can course problems, emotionally and they don't always understand how money works as they have always been given it. Most would rather have parents love then money. Restricted environment can stop children becoming all they can be and cause disruptive and emotional behavioural outbursts or go the other way and can close inside them
Even if 5:00a.m. seems too early, I know that school is important for my future and also if I plan on doing that traveling while I’m in the military. I have bad days and I have good days, the bad days seem to outweigh the good days more than any but as long as I keep striving on harder than what I have been and those bad days will start looking up! My bad days are when I know my grades have dropped to where they shouldn’t be and I get mad at myself for letting them slip into that dark place of failing grades. My parents push me to be the best that I can be, which sometimes I don’t care what they are saying, don’t they understand that 9th grade is hard?
I think teens should not be tried as adults because they have not experienced how does the adult world works long enough to realize what they are doing. They should however be sentenced to work for the community so they can know and analyze what were their crimes consequences. In addition to the lost brain matter all the prosecutors and specially the government is setting severe sentenced to young adults. We should not punish them because reasons are to why we call children kids. We can not call them adults when they are not tried as one.
He voices his opinion on how high school was, how high school is now, and how it could make or break your next four years from all the upsets, hardships and bullying. Fifty years ago, things were way different than how they are today. Kids had to go to school and were respectful to their peers or they would get in a huge amount of trouble, kids were expected to help their parents around the house or does some yard work outside. Nowadays kids do nothing and expect so much in return. If they do not get what they want when they want it, usually they will pitch a fit or they will not speak to their parents and the end result of that situation is the kid ends up getting it.
Every ones talking about cranky teens when in reality we are just over stressed and not getting enough sleep. These days it seems like teachers are having competitions with each other to see who can give the most homework therefore; students are having a hard time doing extracurricular activities and balancing homework all in one night. All of these issues have one cause to blame and that my friend is homework. And that is why as students, we believe that homework should be abolished. Life of a student is a very stressful one, as you drag yourself to school around 7:40 you desperately try to find friends that have completed a large sum of the mound of homework we were given the day before.
I will never promise any young person anything I can’t deliver. These young people have been let down by society in many ways and so many now feel a lack of trust in any organization. Admittedly the scheme that I am part of is purely voluntary and so you would be right in thinking that engaging with these young people would be easy but far from it. But if we begin to force young people to engage with us as youth workers then we no longer become youth workers but social workers and that is not what I want the young people to think of me as. I always feel that unless you are learning something from young people then you’re not really working with them.
Also I think that middle school students are under a lot of pressure. I say that because we have more events in middle school and if your work is not done you will not be able to attend the events that they have planned for us. I think that all of the stress and pressure is coming from the teachers and parents. I say that because parents want their kids to do good and kids try so hard to make their parents proud and end up stressing
The pressure to grip the next set of information can be overwhelming, especially to those who struggled to interpret the lessons prior to. As others get the hold of things, inadequate students are prone to feel a sense of defeat thus leaving them no choice but to give up. From there, the student’s attitude towards school can possibly become problematic; the student is more likely to be disconnected or foolish during class. Eventually, their priority centers around attendance rather than learning the curriculum. As these students get promoted from one grade to the other, their class performance just gets weaker by the year.
For one thing and despite the fact that doing volunteering is better than sitting around, my opinion is that every student should have the freedom to choose their own extracurricular activities. As its name implies volunteering must be a personal choice, I do not understand why it is mandatory. When people are forced to work, the quality of work obtained is poor and bad, therefore, community may suffer the consequences such as feeling disdain or being affected by a misuse of certain resources. Moreover and even though mandatory volunteering may do students go out into the community, many students may feel resentful, unmotivated and never volunteer again. As a result, students’ grades can be affected.