Thank you again for helping me whenever I needed help. And the final teacher who is one of my most favorite teachers is Mrs. Cox. Mrs. Cox ever since I came into middle school, you have helped me with my grades and other things. You are a great teacher to me. I want to thank you because you helped me with so many things in school.
However, when I started school I integrated well with the other students and found that many were interested in my Hatian culture. I learned to be a stronger, self confident, and self reliable woman through my experiences during my first school year in America. By the eleventh grade I already had a job and could buy some of the girly things I liked and still go to school. I would not be able to do that if I lived in Haiti and so I appreciate it. In order to be able to
They need to work on their lesson plans for the younger toddlers who attend their center in the morning to the afternoon. Other than that, they can only hope to better their environment and do whatever they can to help the children learn and grow at their center. They truly are passionate about their work, and it is evident that their children appreciate the center and the staff. It was a great experience meeting and interviewing people with such
Some people’s point of view would be not to trust them. Chances are is that they could be hiding an intimate relationship or hiding affection that could get them into trouble. In the book, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, possible dangers of hiding your feelings are revealed. “‘Your wife doesn’t love you,’ said Gatsby. ‘She’s never loved you.
I am pretty sure I failed the writing test in the seventh grade because I had to retake it and still barely passed. I never tried on any of the practice writing tests that we took and would have done better if I would have taken them more seriously. I never got any writing prompts that I enjoyed writing about, so I never tried on the prompts and disliked them a lot. In high school, teachers had me doing more with reading and writing to get ready for the tenth grade writing test. We had a couple practice writing tests and even though I tried I did not do very well on the tests.
Next year I know I will miss the comforting feeling I receive when I walk into her classroom. It was an absolute honor to learn and work with Mrs. Perkins. No words can express how grateful I am for all of her hard work and effort. A good teacher is one that helps students to understand difficult concepts, but Mrs. Perkins is a great educator that not only motivates teenagers, but sincerely cares for and helps each of her students. Because of her, I am now able to thoroughly enjoy and understand music.
The freedom women had during this time was apparent. Women seemed comfortable on the outside but felt that they had to look perfect. Before the 1920s, women had to look pure while women in the 1920s had to look sexually appealing and had to wear the right makeup and clothes. This movement was supposed to make women feel comfortable with their sexuality, but it ended up with women seeing themselves and being seen by men as sexual objects. The fierce competition of getting a man’s attention emerged in this decade and women were
Marcela Perez Teacher Assistant Ketchings Cradle Child Dev. February 2, 2009 I am very interested in the teacher assistant position advertised in 35 S. 19th Ave. in Maywood, IL. Please accept my application for the position as teacher assistant at your daycare although I have little experience but I enjoy learning and trying new things. I would like to develop strong teaching skills while creating a fun learning and challenging experience for young motivated children. The preschool/daycare age group is very inspiring to me, because although I have a child of my own, children are very interested in learning new things and they are also very expressive.
When I first came to college, there were several clubs and fraternities to choose from but I knew the one I wanted to join most was one involved in service. Through Alpha Phi Omega, I have been able to participate in many community outreach projects. I love the bonds and interactions I gain from these experiences, and one that stood out was a program called Saturday Partners in Education, in which a child chooses you as a role model and buddy for the day. Shy, nine-year-old Heather chose me. By the end of our time together, she was showering me with hugs and insisting I keep all of her arts and crafts projects.
I made a vow I would help others anyway I could. I now help my church when we have our summer youth camp by tutoring kids in math, science, and social studies. My mother always said helping others in life will make us stronger as individual. That is why I want to become a teacher because I would be able to give back to my community and give kids the education they deserve. Teaching is something I am passionate about doing, I love being able to be there and talk to the kids when they need a shoulder to lean and cry on.