Is like Dr. Seuss said “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn the more places you'll go.” Education opens new doors and without it we can’t understand each other and will not be able to advance in our society. I love being an elementary school teacher because that’s where the basic fundamentals of academic education happen. Reading and writing are essential pillars of a successful student and I’ve always know I wanted to be part of that success. I want to be help shape the youth of tomorrow by inculcating in them a love for learning from an early age, that will continue until they have achieve their academic, professional and personal goals.
This may be a hot topic to touch debate about whether which books are appropriate to be used in the academic environment. Though, the purpose of these debatable senses is to provide the best and proper education for young adults to maturity. Developing the best literature for young adults requires team work and trials that will improve the value of a text decided among parents, students, and teachers. Again, the selection of these adolescent literatures is to promote maturation that would prepare your kids and my kids for the reality and future situations in their lives.
Bottom Line Reading helps develop the children’s cognitive, emotional, social and logical skills. Most importantly, reading can inspire them to dream big and strive hard to reach their goals. In the end, encourage your children to read and make the most of all the resources that are available, such as e-books, printed books and magazines. You can also purchase academic books and other printed reading materials from school book suppliers in your area, or in various school supplies shops online. Remember, by motivating your children to read, you will not only help them become successful in school, but you are also developing their personalities, imaginations and critical thinking abilities—which are all essential for academic excellence, professional success and personal growth.
It is important, especially from an early age to be able to read and write because it can truly make a difference in the world. Starting at a young age one has the ability to understand concepts at a different level than other people who didn’t have the opportunity to read and write. This can help people to be involved their community and in the same it will help be involved in my community in return. By educating people with my writing, I will have the privilege to be around people teaching them the importance of writing and reading comprehension. Through education one will understand the importance of having good grades as I understood the importance of good grades.
My focus is secondary schooling, ages at which students are able to begin to develop study skills and critical thinking skills that will benefit them throughout their life. Knowledge in these subject areas is important in understanding rights and responsibilities as citizens as well as understanding the world that they live in. It is my goal to make learning an enjoyable task, one that inspires them through self-discovery to develop into knowledgeable young adults. To make wise choices in life, it is first important to understand what you believe as an individual and how those choices affect those around you. I hope to encourage my students to reflect upon these things, to learn, and to apply that knowledge to their lives, building continuously on the foundation that has been laid in their minds.
Conclusion Reading goals must be realistic. Students will not engage if the reading is not authentic. I want to encourage my students in reading and give them the tools they need to succeed while allowing them to choose what they read. I also want to implement different reading assessments that are creative rather than just textbook responses. Genuine reading experiences will help my students find their own passion for reading.
My philosophy of education is to get the students excited about what they are learning and to create a positive learning environment. I also want to be able to invoke question, analysis, and problem solving skills. Education and the educator shape the students into future adults. I want to have a hands-on experience as well as lecture and academic book work for the student. I realize that testing may not always be the perfect way to evaluate the students and that minor adjustments to evaluate each student might be necessary.
Abstract: This paper focuses on finding out how effective are short stories in children's ambition & the way they look forward to future which is a very important aspect of child development. Thus with the help of survey results, literature review and other analysis it focuses on the fact that stories are very important and they help in developing different life skills among children which they can use in future to overcome situations. Therefore the interest that children show to reading stories helps them to become more intuitive, curious about different things around them. It also helps in discovering the area of interest they have and along with that it shapes up their ambitions and future as well. The most important thing is that parents
In contemporary times, we begin to understand the growth in the consciousness of children and understand how we have coached our youth through literature to be unique, accepting, inclusive, and responsible in their relationships with each other and themselves. Whether explicitly or implicitly, children’s literature is how we shape our youth to think and act, and like the storied rumor, the tradition will grow, adapt, and develop in ways ever building more interest and intrigue, giving us better understanding of who we were, who we are, and who we would like to be.
Therefore, it is indispensable to read a wide range of literature concerning this phenomenon among... ... middle of paper ... ...pplied with skills, guidance and support programmes. These are the key characteristics of a safety net in a school to expose students to broaden their perception to the variety of career opportunities. I believe in this way, the students are protected from failing out of the educational system. Optimistically, these vulnerable students will not lapse into illiteracy and end up falling into delinquency. Consequently, the students will succeed to accomplish the necessary core subjects proceed with their studies at high school.