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.
Name: Trần Đức Nam Class : A Task 2 It is obvious that people always resist making changes in their lives. It is very difficult to make changes because they are accustomed to a certain style of life. That is also a reason make them encounter a lot of problems. For example, there are a lot of students who are studying at school. They always cheat in the exams.
Mindsets In the nonfictional book, “Mindset” written by Carol S. Dweck, she mentions that students get fixed mindsets. There are many ways to cause a student to have one because students may tend to take what parents, teachers, etc… say seriously. She also says that most students get their mindsets from the transaction to a junior high. Students with a fixed mindset will always have bad grades, and the fact that they will always try to blame someone else. A student’s mindset comes from negative labeling from parents or teachers, or stereotypes based on race and class.
this impacts on the life chances of the young person because they may not be able to fully put their trusts in the adults around them because of all the new changes they have gone through. They may struggle to ask for help in later life and rely on themselves more. A young person may have moved schools which will interrupt their education and mean they will not do so well in class and could become disruptive to other pupils. A young person may become resentful of their parents and communication could of broken down, and this could to lead to them having negative feelings about themselves. This could mean that a young person turns to drugs or alcohol and not be able to access higher education or get a good job.
Therefore his communication skills have started to deteriorate. This is not only affecting Finleys communication and language development but he is likely to feel isolated and lacking in confidence which will in turn affect his social and emotional developments. This could eventually lead to him not wanting to attend school due to low self¬¬-esteem, sickness and, intellectually falling behind in his school work. 3 A child that is overweight Eric is in year 10 and is being teased and bullied at school due to him being overweight. He has also recently been diagnosed with asthma which is in need of careful management, and his attendance at school has
Sickness and school is what has gotten me to my mental state. I suffer from migraines which when I have them effects my concentration and sight (makes things fuzzy etc) so when I have a migraine I can’t go to school because the only way to get rid of it is to rest it off. When my migraines become worse I get more time off school and then I get behind in school work which stresses me out and starts of my anxiety. Even if I didn’t have my migraines I would still be stressed about work but not to the extent I experience when I’ve been
Gatto begins his article by explaining that “boredom” is the most common factor in students not wanting to participate in school. Most students brought to mind that a lot has to do with the teacher. If a teacher isn’t passionate about what they are teaching or giving students real life examples to get them interested in what the students should be learning then the students aren’t going to receive the education they need. In the article, Gatto, refers to who to put the blame on “boredom.” In reality Gatto decides that the fault is on both students and teachers. Gatto then moves on to the question of whether schooling for 12 years is even necessary.
That would only make them want to leave or complain. Some teachers would probably not be able to handle that which would only cause them to quit and for the school to loose staff members. As you can see, extending school would be taking a big risk with the students’ heath, which is why it should not be 12 months long. Additionally, the extension of school leads to the grades of the students to suffer. Did you know that during the school year teenagers tend to
This gives children the impression that reading is dangerous, because they don’t want to make mistakes and lose the game. For example, when children are given reading assignments, such as reading aloud in class, they are forced to make mistakes in front of their peers, causing children to relate reading with feelings of humiliation. Coincidently, this has a negative effect on the student’s feelings and motives to read. They no longer feel the desire to read, because they have been pressured to overanalyze the text and draw multiple
They too are afraid of punishment and abandonment or the possibility of being replaced. They also tend to suffer academically and also suffer in relationships at school. Anger, anxiety, uneasiness, and physical symptoms are other ways in which they react. The older the children, the more they set up defense mechanisms against relationships as a result of their parents' divorce. In adolescence it is another situation teenagers have to deal with.