They also have to consider that teachers can be as petty and immature as students at times and may give students low grades that they do not deserve. This is not something related to age. Some people may still maintain that students may not know what it’s like to teach, or even how to do it. They also claim that students may not know specifically how to teach the class, but they know how to help themselves learn. And if the teachers tried to teach that way, it could be that other students learn that way as well.
At first glance everybody believes that lengthening the school day by two hours would be beneficial because some students are falling behind their assignments, and tests. I believe it would help students improve in there studies . However, we have to see it in another persons point of view . There are other students that have outstanding grades it wouldn't be fair for them to defray because other student are slacking off. Also it wouldn't be fair for the teacher because most teacher have ah family to raise and take care two extra hours.would be beneficial.
Many high schools now have it where the child is allowed to leave during their lunch period as long as they return for their next class. This puts more responsibility on the student to make sure they are responsible enough to handle themselves on their own or when they get into college. One example in which a teacher has taken on a disciplinary action was when a student was tardy or skipped their class after lunch break. The student was taken to the principal’s office and was given a full week of in school suspension. However, the teachers only do this to teach the students that they have to be able to handle their self once they get into college.
There might be some benefit keeping the students around until they turn 18, but the cons outweigh what’s the best interest to these kids. They disrupt other students, teachers, and are unmotivated to reach their potential, often find themselves stuck on a daily basis. Dropping out is the only choice they can have and limiting this very choice only makes things worse. Although I agree with Chapman, I think that Obama serves good intentions with this proposal but the idea may be thought not well enough. I believe that you cannot force kids into learning and even doing so, they will have a harder time attending classes than before.
I'd rather get a failing grade that I earned, than a “no-zero” because of a policy. The policy basically is telling students that if they don't hand in assignments or do poorly on a test they won't get a zero, which isn't right. If schools are being too lenient on students it won't teach them how to work hard and discipline that they'll need in the future. I agree that school should “suck” because it'll be beneficial in the end to students and will help them become a well rounded individual. We all complain about how much school sucks, but there are so many kids in the world who would do anything for an
If peers would motivate students more then that could help with procrastination. Peer pressure plays a big role in procrastination because a friend should be there to motivate students to do their assignments not pressure them to stop and continue later. Many students also procrastinate because of boredom. Students feel that some assignments don’t be interesting enough for them and that causes them to delay the assignment and put it aside. Sometimes students blame teachers for their procrastination because they feel the teacher is boring and not teaching right.
Students Should Not Work in High School Working in high school can have some advantages such as teaching responsibility and the value of a dollar; however, the effects can be harmful to grades, social life and relationships with parents for many teenagers and cause behavioral problems. Many teenagers experience a drop in grades because working takes away from their study and homework time. They lack time to spend with friends; therefore they feel distant and sometimes lack social experiences. Most of the time they spend less and less time with their families and parents; therefore causing them to feel left out. Many behavioral problems and some health issues can also be linked to working in high school.
Another effect of students cheating and plagiarizing in the digital age is the fact that they do not try as hard in school. “Students reported that they sometimes decided to cheat because they felt that they could not achieve well within a short time”. When a student believes they will not achieve well they seem to lose confidence in their work leading them to cheating and plagiarizing. They do not seem to realize that plagiarism is against the law and cheating is
Yes that is a lot for one person but, when you can manage your time wisely you should be able to accomplish your goals you have set for yourself. With time managing adult students even returning students can get schooling done on a timely manner. Procrastination is one of the main reason many students get behind in their school lessons. Many people don’t see this when they have so much going on in their lives. It all can lead to they saying they is going to do this assignment on this day and then when that day come they don’t do it so the assignment is put off till another day and so on.
He blame parents having great hopes for their offspring. He blame professors for giving too much work and the students drive themselves crazy to do better than their peers. Nevertheless, Zinsser think that grades are not that important. But the students care about their grades in their classes a lot. In contrast, he believe the employers look at the range of classes the students take, not what grade they got on a specific subject.