Why do many students drop out? There are various reasons such as poor study habits, no financial support, and personal reasons. Poor study habits are the important reasons for high school and college students for leaving school. In high school, some students do not do their homework as they need to do. Most homework, and assignments require time to finish, but some students wait until the last minute.
The fear that I would not be able to complete the task - or do it well enough, my task may attract criticisms or it may turn out not to have been necessary after all and I've spent hours of misery on it. I could not answer any questions which asked by teachers although I have prepared well. And whenever facing with teachers or some good students in the class, I couldn’t speak English fluently. First I convinced myself that I had just begun studying English, or the task was too difficult or I was too tired …. and this situation would become better.
For example the student was sick, and then he going at the next class and recently when he comes in class, he knows about the homework. Also, the student can was absent because he had some problem with the car or maybe there was a lot of traffic and he couldn’t be on time to class. I think that only if the reason for absent was important the professor should to give at the student one opportunity for present the homework for the next class. So, for all the explained before some students don’t do their homework because they were absent in class. Second, students don’t do their homework because they don’t have enough time.
Over the course of my years, I have come to accept life with all its problems and God with the goodness of my heart. I have also come to regard myself a lot more than I thought, by being resilient. As well as, moving-on and starting over. I learned that these meetings is about nurtuting oneself to accept who one is and coming to comprehend that sometimes one is simply powerless over something else, whether it is drugs or alcohol. Remind ourselves that it is perfectly natural in human to feel weak.
Bill Watterson once said it best; “You can't just turn on creativity like a faucet. You have to be in the right mood. What mood is that? Last-minute panic.” Imagine this: you walk into class today, into your first period English class and you have to hide in the corner so you don't get screamed at for not having your homework done. I know that this has happened to NEARLY every single one of us.
I had no hope and that took a toile on my life. First, I started cutting class at school. After, I started getting in a lot of trouble with my friend. If I had hope, maybe those things would have never happened to me. In the article, Mr. Lopper says hope and optimism are slightly different.
During his time at the detention center, he found the opportunity to go to School, while school was a burden for him because he was different not only the way he dressed up but also he didn’t know how to read. Baca, to explain his struggles at the school he claimed,” school was anything that I expected. Within a week I faked being sick in order to stay out. “Any places and anywhere Baca could find a place to stand. Traumatized by the absence of his mother, Baca could do nothing without thinking to his mother.
The concept of spurious relationships is especially interesting to me in that I am faced on a daily basis with cause and effect items such as: a student did not complete his admissions application to college and therefore he cannot attend courses in a program of study he is seeking. This example can be thought of as having a true causal relationship. There are still others where the student says we are responsible for him not graduating in time to apply for another college. It is our fault for not informing them on time of steps they needed to take. What the student fails to see is that he needs to check his school e-mail in order to read and take the next steps in order to fulfill graduation requirements.
Recently there has been a series of complaints from students that the facilities they get is in no way comparable to the fees paid by them. All the hostel students went on a day fasting strike to express their dissatisfaction. The college management was disturbed by this. They appointed a one man committee to look into the affairs of the college and offer remedies. The one man committee, during the interrogation with students and staff found that there are many problems in the college which have not come out earlier.
The other 10 on a 3rd grade level and the rest on a 2nd grade level. They all will have to take the state ELA test and most likely will have trouble succeeding on it. That teacher and I spoke about the parental involvement with her class and she told me it’s “sad and unrealistic.” One parent did show up for a parent and teacher conference. The teacher explained to her very clearly that her child needs to read at home and still this student doesn’t answer the book report question over the weekend. What parents don’t understand, is that their commitment to making sure that there aware of their child’s education.