Teaching and learning styles must change if education is to propel into the future with quality-educated teachers and students. This concept will impact the administrators by keeping a growing number of new teachers in the teaching field. Students are changing on a daily (sometimes hourly) basis due to technology such as the Internet and interactive games. Mentor and novice teachers create new thinking when they implement learning styles which are fresh and exciting. This is a pivotal way of changing mentor and novice teacher’s practices for the sake of good teaching.
Similarly John Lee Hancock’s film “The Blind Side” depicts the differences in social classes, the opportunity of choice and accentuates the power of education. These ideas are conveyed through juxtaposition, cinematography and mise-enscene elements. ! When venturing into new environments, individuals are exposed to new opportunities and challenges that enforce change and growth within their lives. In Educating Rita the two protagonists Rita and Frank undergo a transformation process as they experience transitions into new phases of life and social context.
Great rewards and opportunities also come about while going through the process of growth and development. The script of Educating Rita, by Willy Russel, about the transformation of a woman going into the world as well as the film, Slum dog Millionaire by Danny Boyle are proof of the statement. Individuals moving into the world are bound to come across many obstacles that they overcome to be successful. “I’m coming aren’t I? It’s that stupid bleeding door of yours” complains Rita, at the initial stage of going into the word.
From there Sarah and Little Bee both go through a series of events which bring them closer as the story unfolds. Each character goes through a series of events which influences them to mature as people. To mature has several different meanings; there is the meaning of growing up physically, but there is also the meaning of finding out who one is in life and whether or not one is happy with that. In a sense people never stop maturing, because humans have a drive to better themselves and to fit in. Little Bee matures while she is in the detention center, both by changing her physical appearance to survive as well as learning the Queens english to fit in when she leaves the detention center.
This is change is crucial to a person establishing normalcy in their life. The assumption that personal choice is used to establish identity may be difficult to argue against the assumption about identity coming from culture. Culture can play a minor role in creating one’s self as states in the essay, “How to Tame a Wild Tongue”, Gloria Anzaldua, (p.77)“I, and all Chicano students, were required to take speech classes. Their purpose: to get rid of our accents.” The accent is part of your culture, your culture is part of your identity. Even though her mother wanted her to speak English to blend in, it was the authors’ decision to hold onto both
Additional Text; Looking for Alibrandi written by Melina Marchetta. Transitioning into a new world can bring change in perspectives and a shift in values. This idea is explored in the novel, ‘’ Looking for Alibrandi’’ by Melina Marchetta conveying the different perspectives portrayed by Josephine and her cultural values as she moves into the world. Initially, Josephine in the novel is seen to be disrespectful and critical of being an ethnic leading her to not value herself and her family. However, after visiting her Nonna Katia and reflecting back on her family generation through photos and close conversation with her Nonna, Josephine changes her perspective of being an ethnic valuing herself both culturally and physically; ‘’ This might
A- Valedictorians should be kept B- More than one valedictorian should be selected C- Valedictorian system should be banned altogether 4. She relies on interviews because these interviews give her audience personal experiences, which makes them much more familiar with her topic. 5. It may have been more effective at the beginning of the essay as it would have served as a good introduction to the school system and familiarized readers with her topic. 6.
After I reached the sixth grade, I was able to receive appropriate assistance with Special education instructors. Dweck stated, “The great teachers believe in the growth of the intellect and talent, and they are fascinated with the process of learning.” Teaching is a talent. Teaching allows the opportunity to work on hearts, minds, and to guide students becoming empowered, literate, engaged, creative, liberated human beings who want to join in this effort to change the world. Although, my teachers’ repeatedly showed me what they expected from me in the classroom. They were able to teach me study skills, and specially how to still in my seat.
Secondly, comes the education services, and this segment strives to help women who are going back or want to go back to school reach their goal and get a degree in something they like doing. Education can keep a person busy, and gives one a sense of accomplishment so that the victim is more focused on their education and goals rather than the violent relationship he or she is coming out of. Lastly, court advocates help victims in court, explain to them what is going on and lend support. Court advocates help many victims of domestic violence make responsible decisions in the courtroom and looks out for their best interest. Most victims leave their families and support system behind to flee to safety, so some support is always helpful when it comes to showing up to court and possibly having to face the person who has caused so much pain.
I will listen to what suggestions parents can make to help improve the classroom and make it a better learning environment. Philosophy: I am going to gather up students and parents and allow them to give me advice on how to improve the classroom. I am going to arrange the classroom so it is open and inviting. It will be a well-developed learning environment. Where I can teach the children how to read, write, and focus on what the need the most and not repeating what they already know.