After speaking with Mr. Batista I got the feeling that he thought having both of his daughters in the same school was beneficial, as they would serve as support systems for one other. Student J will work towards maintaining her attendance at the mentoring program, she will also continue attending ELL Saturday program. Leander- Student L has been attending the mentoring program consistently this month. Student L has demonstrated great improvement in his classroom behavior. Student L is performing proficiently in all of his courses.
This program has taught me how to be a great teacher, how to construct lessons and procedures, how to make my classroom a safe and positive learning environment to my students, and it has helped me in my own life. I have learned how to not be judgmental of people I meet. I have really matured from this program and it has taught me to be professional with everything I do. I know from taking this class I am prepared for the classes I will be taking at college. This program has offered me so many great opportunities like volunteering at different places and doing internships at local Elementary schools.
My grades fell off the first 9 weeks of this school year because I had a hard time understanding English II and I ended up scoring Basic on my 1st 9 weeks benchmark test. Now I have made a promise to myself that I will be advanced in everything from now on. I’ve been studying more and working in my SATP practice booklets and now my grades are improving. When I was in 2nd grade I was accepted into the Gifted/Excel class at Bentonia Gibbs up until my 7th grade year at Yazoo County Junior High. Ever since junior high, I have been in the advanced classes, and I hope that will help me with my plan to graduate as one of the top of my class.
I told him ,” I'm sorry for being a bully, do you forgive me?” Jim answered,”Yes we can be friends.” “I realize now I should treat people right.” I implied.As the day went on I countined to be nice. I complemented people, encouraged them and just be a all around nice guy. The thing about being nice, some people don’t like it. As I became a more kind person I lost many friends. Most of them were not accepting to my new lifestyle.
It says sacrifice is temporary but I will be a college graduate forever. As I stand up here today and all my hard work has paid of I know my children and my family are so proud of me. As I am sure all of you are as proud of all your graduates standing up here today. I would like to thank you all for giving us the extra help, support and understanding we have needed to succeed these past eight months. I would like to thank my teacher Mr. S, for making my learning experience at this school a fun and exciting one.
Armed with positive experiences from my earlier years, I was secure in my writing skills and I welcomed any new information that I could learn that would make me an even better writer. I owe a lot of my writing abilities to this teacher, I feel that she greatly and thoroughly prepared us for our literary futures. Essay writing was the biggest English lesson of that school year, this is where I first learned how to write an introduction, how to organize and structure paragraphs, and how to construct an overall essay. In this class my teacher would often times use my essays as an example for the other students, because often time I had the highest scored essay in the class. That school year gave me such confidence in myself when it came to writing essays, that it is something I started doing as a hobby and not just in school and academically.
Throughout my under classmen years I exceled in all subjects and thoroughly enjoyed the clubs I had joined. I think my downfall for the last two years of school was that I took for granted my good grades and as my classes got more rigorous I didn’t change the way I learned the material, but continued on the same path that I had been following my entire academic career, even when my grades were slipping slightly. Halfway through my senior year, I realized I needed to change the way I was learning the curriculum my instructors were teaching. I’ve always been the type of student to take good notes or listen to a lecture and understand everything the first time around, as was the case in elementary school and middle school. But my more rigorous classes proved to be a challenge for me and I did not know the proper way of learning the material on my own.
Yeah, it was awkward for a while, although at the end things got better between Amaury and I. That 's when I even started to get a different vibe from him which was unexpected. I notice that he would stare at me very often, play the if I were your boyfriend jokes and more. But I really tried to shrug it off and not pay attention to him, because I didn 't feel the same way as I did before. I just wanted Amaury to be my best friend and be there for me.
I do fine in class, taking notes, completing what I need to get done, and even homework. But the biggest trouble I had and still have to this day is test taking. Whenever I take a test, I freeze up and can’t remember anything I studied. I think I had a lot of pressure put on me to do so well because my two older sisters always did so good in their classes that I wanted to do the same. I generally like school because its ... ... middle of paper ... ... make me happy.
The level of warmth and concern you project to others In level of warmth and concern which I projects to others are rarely little bit confusing and stressful for me but I mostly do my best to handle it correctly. Capacity and willingness to make changes In condition to make changes, I mostly do prefer for positive change rather than follow any negative steps. When I asked these questions to three peoples and I got some different replies from all of them. When my parents gave me a feedback and they did with some examples from real lives of their own and some other relatives. I just felt some shameless because they mostly try to taunt on me.