Name: Trần Đức Nam Class : A Task 2 It is obvious that people always resist making changes in their lives. It is very difficult to make changes because they are accustomed to a certain style of life. That is also a reason make them encounter a lot of problems. For example, there are a lot of students who are studying at school. They always cheat in the exams.
School has to suck because it needs “... to teach children the self-discipline and responsibility they will need to survive in the real world as productive adults.” Both these traits are key to have as adults and need to be pushed upon students during their school career. Teachers also need to “...hold him accountable for his own work and behaviour.” If a student gets a bad grade they can only blame themselves for it. Once before in math class I failed a test and could only blame myself because I knew what I could and couldn't do. I then pushed myself to study and get more help. I'd rather get a failing grade that I earned, than a “no-zero” because of a policy.
Then, there is the reality teacher, this teacher always stays focus and is not there to tell jokes but to make sure the class learns. All types of these teachers are fine when compared to an outright bad teacher. Bad teachers don’t explain things well, and they are quick to give every student a disgustingly nasty attitude for asking questions. A bad teacher is the reason why all prospective teachers should be required to pass an English oral proficiency exam before being hired because it would be the morally right thing to do since students have to take entrance exams before entering college, it will also save schools a lot of money, and most importantly it will get rid of the bad teaches before they are ever able to influence and ruin a student’s year. First, testing the would-be teachers would be good because it would be morally right for the educational society in America.
Using Microsoft Word and the information you gained about the Academic Tutoring and Success Center while completing this week's Learning Activities, prepare a document that answers the following questions by typing each question and answering it using several sentences: * Name three types of services or help offered by the Academic Tutoring and Success Center. * Which service do you think will be most helpful to your success as an online student? Access the Smarthinking Home page by the following instructions provided in this week's Learning Activities. * Take a screenshot of the Smarthinking Home page*. * Paste the screenshot into the same Microsoft Word document used to answer the ATSC questions.
When she teaches students, she uses sesquipedalian words to her power advantage as it makes her students feel as if they are inadequate. Ms. Bearing is not a kind teacher, she is more cold hearted than anything. However, Vivan starts to change into a more kind person which is evident in the latter part of the play. “……, but as I am a scholar I feel obliged to document what it is like here, most of the time, between the dramatic climaxes.
Kids are bored, and if it’s not digital, they want nothing to do with it. The caveat? Most digital information is written, so if they can’t read and write well, they’re going to be in big trouble. This suggests a major need for qualified English teachers who will think outside of the box and can help students regain interest in the written word! B. Relevance to Audience: The Occupational Outlook Handbook in 2010 indicates that highly qualified teachers will continue to be in demand for years to come, particularly as the education system continues to evolve.
Due to this repetitiveness, it is discovered that Mr. Lengel is most likely a firm boss that appreciates when things are done properly. After some back-and-forth with the girls, Mr. Lengel puts his foot down, even harder this time beginning somewhat of a rant. “Girls, I don’t want to argue with you. After this, come in here with your shoulders covered. It’s our policy.” And, he goes on to explain even further with more details, what could have been the repercussions of the girl’s actions.
Students fear that if they are unable to find a field and succeed in their classes then they will fail in life. Together, these essays both help explain how important the teacher’s role is in a student’s school life and how they can help them succeed in school and deal with their pressure that they will stumble upon. Being a student or a teacher will never be an easy task, but if they work together it will make it a lot easier for the both of them. The amount of pressure that schools these days have on their students is tremendous. With all the homework and studying for tests takes a toll on each and every student.
Making it on your own At times people tend to work well while they are under pressure. To others they simply must be under pressure to get work done and give their full effort. In her article In Praise of the F Word, Mary Sherry argues “Flunking as a regular policy has just as much merit today as it did two generations ago. We must review the threat of flunking and see it as it really is- a positive teaching too.” By making it clear to students that flunking can definitely be a result of them not putting in the time and effort in assuring they pass their class will make them more determined to learn and earn their good grades, it will also help stop those students who choose not to even try in their classes. Also by making students fear failure it will not only motivate them
A child can put so much effort into studying for a test and then end up getting a terrible grade. This grading system has also simplified teachers' work in the classroom. A set key of answers defines the student's success. Teachers give a test and only base the student's grade off of the answer key they have in front of them. But do we ever think about the amount of effort the student may have put into