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Elibeth Torres Professor Gaydosh English 101 31 March 2012 The Impact of Vocational Education on Mike Rose The Vocational Education in high school can be quite helpful for some students, but for other students is just a waste of time and they can acquire a feeling of embarrassment. In the short Non-fiction story “I Just Wanna Be Average” by Mike Rose, he narrates how he was placed in the Vocational Education track by mistake, due to a confusion with another student last name. He describes not only the problems with Vocational Education, but the impact it has on the students who spends the entire school years in Voc. Ed. Vocational Education affects Mike Rose as he is not challenged intellectually, and is being abuse emotionally, but even after facing these problems, he learns to be social and appreciates diversity.
On Becoming A Writer Javonne Powell Mr. Ahmad Wright ENG 115 July/11/2015 In the essay “Becoming a writer”, written by Russell Baker, [The author] describes the role of his English teacher, Mr. Fleagle, in his discovery, of his love of writing. He tells how he thought writing was boring and how he never liked writing essays. Mr. Fleagle was known for being a boring teacher. [He] gave the class an Informal essay assignment, and the day before it was due,[Baker] chose a topic and write about it. Even though it wasn’t in formal essay form, he turned it in.