Like a typical six-year-old, she believes everything she hears, she is scared easily, and lastly she is ignorant about a lot of things. However, Scout is not a typical six-year-old because of her desire to learn. She asks many questions until she finds answers. Scout ends up being wiser than the average six-year-old because of her motivation to learn about the world around
Caula Rogers Eng-105 English Composition 1 03/30/2014 Dr. Victoria Smith Impact of ADHD on a Child’s Schooling Children with ADHD generally have trouble in school, only because school causes many trials for children with ADHD. ADHD is not a learning disorder; however it can cause children to have problems with learning. Furthermore, children with ADHD have an excessive rate of learning disorders and will have problems with other school-work like calculation and following a long with his/her teacher during direct instructional time. But with enduring and an efficient plan, the child will be capable of succeeding in the classroom. ADHD negatively can affect a child’s social and emotional behavior and the ability to control them in a positive manner in a school environment.
Emily would work also with her other teachers and parents to better her abilities. However, through out the process, this proved to be a little difficult to achieve within the time frame. The reason for this was due to the fact that Emily had many weaknesses that needed time to be addressed. Emily found it very difficult at first, but with patience, persistence and a lot of hard work both at school and at home we managed to succeed in achieving 3 out of our 4 goals that were set out in the plan. To achieve this I, as her teacher, had to set out a schedule for the following month which Emily would follow.
Interview and Standards Investigation Stan Wells Grand Canyon University: EED 465 April 21, 2013 Meredith Powers Interview and Standards Investigation State and national standards are guidelines for teachers to follow when implementing instruction in the classroom. There are teacher, student and content subject standards. Each core subject has its content and language objectives, which are outlined in the curriculum and lesson plans. One content area is Social Studies, and is broken into four goal areas. Social Studies can have a foundation of a Social Studies Teacher, a Social Studies classroom, and along with that comes the Social Studies Curriculum and a Social Studies environment in the classroom (Chapin, June.
Although in the end she learns to take initiative and work hard. At the start of the book Mattie is really immature and has a lot of growing up to do. When Mattie woke up in the beginning of the book she hears her mother’s voice and is immediately annoyed. Her mother is trying to wake her up so she can work. Mattie really does not appreciate her mother or what she does for her.
But, her foster parents supported her as much as they could, and encouraged her to become involved in school academics and sports to keep her active and busy. The turning point for the family came one day when Nai was sent to her middle school’s principal’s office for wearing a sleeveless shirt. The principal called Nai’s foster mom to come to the school for a meeting. Nai recalls, “When my foster mom arrived at the principal’s office, she said, ‘My daughter hasn’t done anything wrong.’ She backed me up and supported me.” It was then that Nai realized that her foster mom would, “always be there for me and support
The first one that I went through was when I realized that others went through and are going through the same thing I am. The most important phase that I have experienced was formulating a plan of action. My plan of action was going back to school to get my degree in early childhood education. Which I am doing now. Then to finish my degree and become a teacher in a preschool setting.
This is considered pathos because it is a great amount of pressure writing a paper and can be very tedious. She wants her audience to feel a sense of liberation, and she also wants her audience to understand that she too knows how it feels to be put under pressure. Another point Alonso uses in pathos is when she supposed “Examinations can indeed deal with trivia, they can be badly conceived and thus can cause needless anxiety in the students who struggle to make sense out of poorly-written or poorly-focused questions”(198). She is saying she wants to show other people that exams are the biggest test a student can take and the struggle students have to face during exam time and or writing a paper for final exams. A final point Alonso speaks is “Most damaging of all, perhaps, is the fact that professors are human beings and therefore they will sometimes grade examinations unfairly” (198).
Klaudia Hensley Jenifer Soykan English 4 2 April 2013 Paraprofessional It’s no secret that no child learns at the same rate. Having one teacher per classroom is not always the most successful way to run the room. There are a number of reasons a student can fall behind and not perform up to state or national standards. Even with the help of IEP’s or other special programs designed to help a student be as productive as possible, there are still many children falling behind. A paraprofessional is a certified teacher aide assigned to a classroom or specific group of students to assist with learning.
I think that reading is where most students have trouble and this is where they slip through the cracks at school. Some teachers don’t want to deal with it so they just push the child through. I think that what really needs to be done is that teachers need to take the time to help these kids. They need to make sure they understand the work. They need to make sure the stuff is age appropriate for their reading ages; doing this will help a child to succeed at reading.