I found Educating Esme to be refreshing, honest, intelligent, quick witted, smart and logical. As I was reading the book there were times when my jaw literally dropped and I laughed out loud. Esme is the type of teacher who has so much back bone it might not be good for her; even though she is right most of the time. I was very comforted many times when reading this book for many reasons. Esme begins the book with the most prominent issue facing new teachers; discipline and classroom management.
I researched so many websites because this became interesting to me. The first website that I was on I really liked what I read. Eclkc.ohs.hhs.gov. Challenging behavior is any behavior that interferes with children’s learning, development, and success at play is harmful to the child, other children, or adults puts a child at high risk for later social problems or school failure (Klass, Guskin, and Thomas; Ritchie and Pohl, 2010). We do not call this behavior challenging because it summons you to a duel or battle but because it is threatening, provocative, and stimulating, all at the same time.
Being raised in a low income area surrounded by people living the same lifestyle as you as if struggling is the norm of society. Children learn from early in their adolescent years adapt to their environment if they see their parents living in the projects in most cases they won’t have any means to get out of the projects. Children are affected mainly because of what they see not all but quite a few children are comfortable living the same way they grew up . No matter the situation the child comes from it will never determine their fate.
I believe this technique is extremely effective to getting a point across because it hits the reader so hard that one they can’t put the book down and two they feel compelled to do something about these repulsive and horrifying events and customs. Kristof states in the introduction… “Many of the stories in this book are wrenching, but keep in mind this central truth: Women aren’t the problem but the solution, the plight of girls is no more a tragedy than an opportunity” (Kristof xvii). Furthermore these stories presented in the book are difficult to read but they are placed in the book in order to evoke deep emotions. These emotions will motivate individuals to step up and help women become a solution and an opportunity to better the
Her maturity is proven by the end of the novel when the children lose interest in Boo Radley. Scout learns that “Most people are [real nice], when you finally see them.” and that she shouldn’t “try to understand a person until you consider things from his point of view… until you climb into his skin and walk around in it” (281, 33). These quotes are important because, over the course of the novel, these are the main lessons she learns up until the trial and afterward. However, Scout is still incredibly confused and is still trying to understand everything. The verdict of the trial is the beginning of her transformation but she does not fully become mature until closer to the end when she fully understands the reasoning behind the outcome of Tom’s
She wants the parents of Los Angeles to see this especially because maybe they will change the way they raise their kids. In this article, she uses simple language such as when she was telling about the different scenarios about the children. When she tells about the little six-year-old girl you start to feel sorry for her but you know what she is talking about and it is easy to follow. Simple language is when you don’t use fancy language when you get emotional. Anger is also used several times throughout this article.
It’s what we are actually saying that’s really mucking up our relationships.” At first brief look, Bernstein’s argument is effective because she gives good examples that support her argument and most people can empathize with. Also, she supports her argument by adding tricks and tips to helps readers improve their interactions on Facebook. However, when I read her article in depth, I found that her argument is weak because she did not study data as statistics, she use some examples that are not related to the main idea ,and she ignores certain age groups that use Facebook the most. Elizabeth Bernstein uses logic effectively by giving good details and examples that most people can relate to, which also support her argument. She was able to reach out to the audience and use the audience’s emotion by using common examples that people faced every day on status updates such as food, daily life, and love life.
* Background and moral beliefs * Immediate experiences with others Background and moral beliefs and immediate Experiences of others Everyone seems to have their own opinion on what’s good or bad, right or wrong I feel most of it comes from persons past experiences, and how they were raised in our society in which we live. Young child moral concepts are not fully developed but are in the process of learning from their parents or whoever is there influencing them as a child. For example, although young children view it as wrong to keep all of the classroom toys to their selves and not share any of them with the other children (Damon 1977, Nucci 1981, Smetana 1981), preschoolers think it is quite all right to keep all of the
The students cannot develop the self-expression that is crucial at this age of development. Uniforms do not give children a sense of individuality. They suppress them from being their own person. Teens and kids need ways to figure out what kind of person they want to be. The way they dress and present themselves is essential to their childhood, as they learn things about themselves and are in different social groups.
Based on what I have read children with poor socialization skills are less likely to form healthy intimate relationships with other people, they more likely to experience rejection from society. Like Anna, Isabelle, and Genie these are some children who experience lack of socialization. They don’t know how to walk, to talk or do anything that showed intelligence. They don’t even aware from their environment. Social experience is a must in every child to be able to develop their personality.