Although never really a leader of the people himself, Machiavelli believed that government should be controlled by a prince. The prince must be one who could in terms of practically, could maintain power of the people, and live for war. While on the other hand Lao Tzu was more individualistic, believing a ruler will be more respected by his people if he does not always resort to violence. Lao Tzu strongly believed in karma; if the ruler brings violence against someone, that person will eventually seek revenge. “The more powerful it grows / the greater the need for humanity” (Lao Tzu, 31).
This means that if a government doesn’t change to help society, then the poor will take action. Peel also believed that where change is needed, then government should change. Conservatives believe that institutions and customs such as the monarchy which have survived the test of history should be preserved. However, the glorious revolution was seen as reconnecting with ancient liberties because it asserted ancient rights. Conservatives believe that humans are imperfect and that society is too complicated for them to understand and make their own decisions.
For example, the most effective method would be, to respect the students and their feelings before they can respect you. Dr. Michaels stated that, “You will gain respect by knowing the emotional, physical, and psychological place of your students. “Show that you care.” This all leads back to students wanting to know that their teacher not only cares about their education but them as an individual. As an after school instructor, I have dealt with many cases where a students didn’t feel like they had to show me respect right off the bat. Which is something that I can understand, because children don’t really comprehend the importance of respect or manners, its something that has to be taught to them.
It also holds back the kids who work hard to succeed.” Many of the people I asked agreed in some way with Casey. I also asked another girl I graduated with, Lauren Maule, who now attends Eastern Carolina University, she said that she did not believe NCLB was affective because, “No Child Left Behind serves as a way to let students who do not deserve to move on in the school system, move ahead. If you do not work during the school year and can pass a test at the end and your peers did homework every night and just cannot seem to sit through a test you do not deserve to be able to be compared to them by moving on to the next grade level.” Both Casey and Lauren were in the top ten percent of our class, and neither agrees with what has happened in high schools since 2001. Who understands the effects more then the people who experienced it? I would have to completely agree with Casey and Lauren. NCLB allows students who put forward minimal or no effort to
I guess I was blind to see how teachers have to teach and how they teach. Back in my day when I went to school teachers cared and tried to keep the students from not being bored and keep us engaged. Now that both my girls are in school. I think it’s bad for the teachers and the students cause all they have is test after test that last for weeks just to prove where our kids stand with the rest of the nation or in the county. Work Sited John Taylor Gatto.
I was really happy because I didn't need to deal with another locker problem for a couple of weeks. During lunch, I didn't recognize too many people from last year. I only sat with a few friends at the lunch tables at lunch time. I felt like I was in the 1st grade again in front the 7th and 8th graders. I felt as if the 8th graders were going to bully me or knock me down to the ground.
Melinda has finally become popular, and can now speak the truth. ¨One girl, not the cheerleader, nods her head, and says, ¨Way to go I hope you’re OK.¨With hours left in the school year, I have suddenly become popular.¨(Anderson 197) Bullying has finally stopped and Melinda is now better known and a good role model by the end of the story because she spoke. Bullying really comes in many different ways, and they are strong to our feelings .all people in the school bullied Melinda since the start of school, not even at school, but since the bus picked her up. Melinda had a very sad ninth grade until the end and she passed to much to be bullied at that level. The worst thing she passed was when she got raped.
I agree with this story. Many teachers let children by in high school when they really need to be held back. This may make the child feel better at that time but it is just hurting them in the long run. I seen this plenty of times at my school. No business is going to want to hire a person who can not read or write well.
The next thought that came to mind was to tell another teacher that I trusted what it was that Mrs. Griggs was doing. I believe it was a month before I actually told someone, moreover that someone happened to be one of my favorite teachers, Mrs. Hagerty. Mrs. Hagerty was my algebra teacher, She was very understanding of my position. Instead of taking formal action she decided to tell anyone in the class that has the same teacher that she had an history of doing the things she did to me and other students over the years she's been there. The very next time I saw Mrs. Griggs I waited for her to make any smart remarks to me.
Of course, being obnoxious is not the idea. The key is to become a master of communication with teachers and fellow students, all of whom are a part of the school community. Most importantly, those who are outside of the community. I do not want to make Abraham Clark High School sound as if it produces the perfect students, because it doesn't. But the school deserves a lot of credit for its efforts.