For example: In my last dream, when I had dream about computer science that I tried much to pass that subject but I cannot, I thought it was a signal from a dream. Next day I went to college and drop my computer science course. In my second dream, It predicts that I had a current issues of exams in those days. I was worried about getting late in the class and teacher would not alloed to write a paper.This dream alert me about having exams. The day when I had that dream I woke up early in the morning and studied a lot and reach college half an hour ahead.
With each day wasted, I tend to live a more stress filled lifestyle because after I wake up each afternoon, I anxiously spend the remaining hours of my day trying to make up for lost time. After being fed up with my delayed lifestyle, I had no one to blame but myself. To help me battle my habitual sleeping in, I turned to the help of Laura Vanderkam’s book, What The Most Successful People Do before Breakfast. In her book, Vanderkam discusses that the major flaw behind sleeping in each morning is a person’s lack of self-control and willpower. Without willpower, you cannot accomplish any given task that you set for yourself.
The ones goofing off in the back of the class have no support from parents. Students who quickly finish their work and suck up to the teacher are often pressured at home to be the best. A thirsty learner’s parents simply want their child to do his/her best. These students... ... middle of paper ... ...ing it daily, while "The Gettysburg Address" was quickly forgotten after reciting it one. Reinforcement and progression of knowledge are key, and year-round schooling would be the doorway to a better education for students.
Having a positive influence in a student’s life is one of the most important tools they will use for the rest of their lives. I have seen the difference the teachers can make, and what I can do, it is too important to just walk away from. I may not be able... to help everyone but, t... ... middle of paper ... ...sated. This will give us all hope, and would show my kids that if I can do it, so can they; it would allow me to have a chance to improve not just my life, but my family’s and those students, which I would be able to help on a higher level. This is not just for me, but for my family, and all of the students that look up to me.
I am washed and dressed and ready for the same breakfast that I have every morning, TOAST! I end up with toast every morning because there are no breakfast cereals that I can stick to. I eat half the box, and then decide that I dislike it. I probably dislike all cereals, in fact I do, I hate them. They all taste like cardboard- Yuk!
To graduate is one more step we've taken in our lives. Now I would like to take the time to thank everyone who has helped me get this far. First of all, thank you to all the teachers. None of us would be here without you always pushing our academic abilities to the fullest. Jessica Parker a.k.a.
I would enjoy preparing for the first day and all the nervousness that it brought. All of my “first day fears” were calmed by caring teachers. On the road to becoming a teacher, I encountered many inspiring models of what a true teacher should be. But none inspired me as much as my mother. My mother, a high school English teacher, possesses all of the characteristics of a great teacher.
My Journey as a Mother Becoming a mother has been the best part of my life. I became a mother at a very young age. I had no idea what to expect and was not in the least prepared for the journey that lie ahead. I have truly embraced motherhood and enjoy all the wonderful things it has taught me. While living through motherhood, I have found that it can teach you the most valuable lessons there are to learn.
As Tienda and Haskins (2011) noted, “Immigrant children are more likely than native children to face circumstances such as low family income, poor parental education, and language barriers that place them at risk for developmental delay and poor academic performance once they enter school” (p. 7). At the school where I teach, the circumstances holding back the immigrant family are clearly visible. A few years ago, I had a student in class whose family had recently immigrated to the United States from Mexico. Language barriers initially set him back followed by poor attendance because he was working nights to help support his family. As his English teacher, I felt ill-equipped to support his success.