In addition, when cadets conduct themselves in a manner that brings credit to their family, country, school and Corp of Cadets, they can ensure their respect as they have gained it by showing they have earned it. Therefore, by living by the creed, you have the benefit of gaining more respect. Cadets can get more responsibility by living by this creed. By practicing good citizenship, Cadets show fellow Americans that they can be responsible for their actions and deeds. Cadets must show they are responsible or they might not get the job that they want or get to go to the college that was there dream school.
I remember a quote by Maya Angelou, “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel” (Wouldn’t Take Nothing for My Journey Now, 12). Dr. Naeger, I believe, touched many lives during his vast career. The slippers, I think, were what people noticed first and remembered about him. As his students grew to know him more, he was kind, patient, and caring. Dr. Naeger would have been the type of person to truly care about his students and help them however he could.
Atticus parenting style is based on him being a strong believer of racial equality and fostering these virtues in his children. Atticus talks to his children on an adult level, he even tells them to call him ‘Atticus’ because he wants them to interact in terms of equality. Atticus acts as a teacher sometimes giving Jem and Scout harsh lessons but his also a loving father and offering comfort when they need it. Atticus wants his children to put themselves in others positions no matter if their rich or poor, “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view . .
Jim teaches us that despite what color your skin is, you still treat everyone with respect and kindness. Jim is a model human being and without this novel it would be difficult to grasp the lessons The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn teaches children in school today. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn “aides in developing a moral consciousness within students….” (Leider) and is needed in schools all across the
The names Riyad and I’m blessed I’ve gotten to graduate from Saints Mary & Joseph School. I find it astonishing how someone could feel so personally connected to all the teachers, students, staff, & parents. I greatly appreciate everything they have done for my school and I. Looking back at the past 10 years of my life, I’ve seen how everyone has grown and changed; but only for the best. When I really take the time to think about it I wouldn’t want to grow and mature with any other class.
Like in the movie, in on occasion, one Hispanic students creates a drawing were one of his classmates has big lips, referring to black people. Round Lake students in the other hand are caring and respectful. Students in our school are more calm and care about the school, and others too. Students in Round Lake are not in a revolution or racial riot, like Wilson High School is. Round Lake students look at each other the same, as one.
Tre is not a trouble maker but seems to hang out with a group (including Doughboy and Ricky) who are continually getting into trouble. Despite Furious best efforts to keep Tre out of trouble he is learning from his friends what he perceives to be appropriate behavior. Learning theory suggests an individual does this in order to conform and feel part of a group. The learning approach considers crime to be something one learns from a person or group in which they feel a strong connection towards (family, friends, and teachers). Social control theory can also be very closely related to Tre as it focuses on the conformity of individuals within society.
With my education I display Personal Reward, like David and probably most of the other boys at St. Matthews. I go to school not because I just want to go to be educated, I go because I am using the school, yes for education but for my own personal reward, for my future to get into a good university. The honor code used at St. Matthews can be tied into a few things we learned in class, one including morals. The boys follow the moral code and the moral code as been put into place because the school believes that it is what's right, it is a way the boys can achieve good, by following the code. The moral code is also a type of ethics called deontological ethics which is a philosophy by Kant saying that we tend towards doing the right thing because it is our duty, so it is the duty of the boys at school to follow the moral code, for example it is their duty to tell the teacher when they've seen someone cheat on a test.
Having good mental health helps you stay focused and achieve in everyday life. For instance, having a project due for all four classes at the same time requires very good mental health. In fact most of us would go into a state of shock at the sound of the word project in all four classes due the same day. As you would agree, having good mental health is important for me especially in high school right now. Because I have good mental health, I am able to enjoy school my life and the great people I have in it.
Academic assignments exist to help students learn; grades exist to show how fully this goal is attained. Therefore all work and all grades should result from the student's own understanding and effort. Why does OU care about academic integrity? In a world where one scandal emerges after another, a reputation of integrity is priceless. Since the establishment of the University in 1890, OU has worked to build a reputation that students, faculty & staff, the administration, and alumni can be proud of.