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    I walk up the stairs with a backpack that feels like there are bricks inside that belong on the side of a house, wishing that I had enough time to go to my locker between my classes so my backpack wouldn’t weigh so much. I have no time to go to the restroom either, so I plan on asking in class to go. I hope that I that I don’t miss Mr. Chesterton go over the study guide while I’m in the restroom. At Awty we must extend time in between classes kids don’t have enough time to get books from their locker, when kids are rushed there is a higher chance that you will forget a book or bring the wrong book, lastly, kids do not have enough time to go to the restroom and will ask during class time and miss class time. The first reason that passing periods should be extended is kids do not have time to get books from their locker from the next period. Slugging a backpack that weighs 30 pounds 2 flights of stairs hurts, I have seen many people do it, and walking upstairs with that heavy backpack also makes it slower. So, there is still a chance that…

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    Students in todays college setting face many different challenges. They face finding their identity, academic setbacks and issues, and personal issues as well. In Jillioan’s case she had a strong academic past, but was faced when roommate issues that would stress her out and distract her in class. Melissa had great grades, but she procrastinated and worked 30 or more hours a week at her job. This caused her to loose track of time and miss assignment or needed study time for her classes. In the…

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    Had I never learned to write or read I would not have the knowledge enough to even know what a word was. I say writing taught me responsibility because it has taught me how to manage money firstly. Money is something that will always be needed in any activity and in any aspect of life. Since I learned to write and read I learned to always document the way I spend my money so that I will never get into debt. Literature also taught me independency. It taught me that anyone could really become his…

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    lot of times try and look up the information on the internet and figure it out myself. Another class I struggled with was MATH-M 25. I have always been pretty decent at math , but I never really understood the way my professor taught. He wouldn 't go into much detail. He would just show an example on the board then move on. So i would go home to do the online assignment then not e able to finsih it. Due to my lack of attendence in SPH-I I failed the class. Since it was such an easy class I…

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    Jemima Emerson, from Time Enough for Drums, goes through her life with ups and downs, like mine. She had the privilege to get educated, while many other girls may have not had that chance, by John Reid. She later got the chance to continue her life with John, and become his wife. Getting to the happiest parts of her life, she had to hit some downs. Her father as killed because of what the mother was doing in the war. Her mother went into a shock state and was not able to communicate for months.…

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    Abigail Ross Mrs. Smith Social Studies 5A 26 August 2017 Life is Rough, Just Live It Teenage years are like a roller coaster, many ups and downs, but a fun ride, so far. All teenager experience growth and a desire to become their own independent person. Regardless of the century, the teen years are when young adults search for physical, emotional, and intellectual independence while trying to hold onto the security of childhood. Just as fifteen year old Jemima, in the book Time Enough for Drums…

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    Life during war times can be difficult and even heartbreaking. For Jemima Emerson from the novel, Time Enough For Drums, it was hard. But, the war managed to help her build her character. She has become a strong women to have these characteristics. To overcome the statement, Jemima is secretive, brave, and sassy. To begin with, Jemima Emerson has many characteristics to mention and one of them is that she was secretive. She never told her tutor, John Reid that she was not reading…

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    Have you ever taken the time to sit down and read the enthralling novel Time Enough For Drums? It is the story of a family in the Revolutionary War time period that faces the hardships and sorrows in their fight for freedom. In the family their are two soldiers, a father that runs a shop, a mother that writes for a newspaper, two slaves and a teenage girl with lots issues named Jemima. In the novel the main character Jemima Emerson is truly a bold, inconsiderate, and impolite girl that adds…

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    In the story Time Enough For Drums written by Ann Rinaldi there is a girl named Jemima Emerson. Jemima is a girl who helps her family out and is not afraid to get her hands dirty. She takes care of her family when they need help and she jumps right in at any given moment and ready for any challenge. When the men in Jemima’s family join the war for independence; she is faced with many struggles that define her as fearless, active and above all giving. Jemima Emerson is a girl of…

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    during his literacy lesson rug time instruction, I take note of what is going on before his off-task behavior begins to erupt. The three times student A gears his attention to something else in the classroom is when the teacher is giving directions, while the class is having a discussion, in other words when the teacher asks a question and the kids respond by raising their hand, and finally when the teacher is lecturing or informing the students on a topic. Within those three scenarios, I…

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