Associate Level Material Appendix H Topic Sentence and Informal Outline Worksheet Using the Center for Writing Excellence and MyFoundationsLab resources, provide the topic sentence and informal outline for your Personal Ethics Statement. • Topic sentence: Even though some may believe good personal ethics are not necessary in aworkplace, people do, in fact, need good ethics to conduct a healthy and successful workplace or educational setting. When good ethics are conducted in a workplace,these personal ethics will also flourish in a personal setting with friends and family. • Informal outline: • Introductory Paragraph • Even though some may believe good personal ethics are not necessary in aworkplace, people do, in fact, need good ethics to conduct a healthy and successful workplace or educational setting. When good ethics are conducted in a workplace,these personal ethics will also flourish in a personal setting with friends and family.
We live in a country where everyone should be treated equally. Just because a student chooses to be athletic doesn’t mean he/she should use their athletic skills to get a free ride throughout their college years. A college student being exempt from classes is unfair to other students, it is their loss of education and not taking college so serious will later on bring consequences. Why go to college if you don't take the classes? Seems kind of pointless, most athletes don't go pro after college, so I why not get the full educational experience?
In fact there is rare evidence that the opposite is true. However, this does not seem so important for 2 reasons. First, no one is really doing anything huge about it besides, some schools have already started to encourage educators who are musicians but to do not teach music at their schools, to volunteer their time to guide students to becoming involved with music and art. Secondly, much of the research which encompasses a different viewpoint than the creative arts is more useful than math, seems to lean more towards drawing a connection between the creative arts and other subjects, showing that the creative arts do make students smarter but that it is still more important to be good in all other subjects as well. The article titled , “Does Music Make You Smarter?”, which was published in Music Educators Journal brings up some important information regarding the problem.
Academically the Saints was expected to do well in school because of who their parents were and family social status. The Roughnecks wasn’t at all concerned about how they performed in school. In the end both groups had the ability to do well but made different choices due to different backgrounds. 4. Compare and contrast the treatment of the saints and the roughnecks by the police.
These families do not work a typical 9-5, this does not mean that they are not involved with their children’s school. They do what they can, when they can. Or they may only have one vehicle between two parents, and job schedules conflict. Just because they aren’t at every event, don’t rule them out based on negative assumptions. These assumptions lead to lower academic expectations of these students and an overlook of what these families bring to the classroom and the
Our vision is there can be no Academic gain without Discipline. It is clear that there is a no nonsense attitude toward discipline at Ferriday High School with the hope students will understand that misbehaving is not a part of the educational arena. It is also our firm belief that not all students will leave Ferriday High School and attend college, so therefore we make an asserted effort to ensure that they are prepared academically as well as vocationally, so they can become productive citizens in their communities. The implementation of the English and math technology courses, show that we are further striving to ensure that we are servicing students academically and vocationally so that they can be prepared for the state mandated test that is required for
I don’t understand why the information in some classes is more educational than others, when we should all be learning the same stuff. Many people argue that money shouldn’t matter, but money does determine what kind of teachers and supplies there are within a school. A prime example that can be a problem is there may be a class where the teacher knows how to teach the information that the students need to know, but there are no books for the students. Many school districts are participating in this case in order to help change how the distribution of wealth happens within the state. Every district should receive a certain amount of money and supplies in order for every school to give every student in the state of Texas an equal opportunity towards a successful future.
Because they have their own business in school or after-school, they reject to stop their extracurricular instead to do more homework. So how to influence them to change their mind? In other word, how to let their performance same as the “A” students. Probably a lot of parents would say “No!”. Of course they can, the “C” students have same ability as the “A” students.
(MD, 2012) Instead, they gear toward the needs of commuter students. Therefore, you will not find the vibrant community life that comes with living on a college campus. (Suite101, 2012) People say you do not receive a college experience by attending a community college because the campus life does not exist. Another disadvantage shows students recognize that other students are uninvolved. (Pros and Cons, 2012) Students may not be as
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.