I am an active member of my school and community. At school I feel that i've gained the respect of my peers being elected as Student Council representative for the past four years. I have also been elected the treasurer of the choir, and secretary of the band. I am part of the Ross Middle School bucket drumming group and have been casted as part of the school theatre’s annual play. After school on Wednesdays I assist Ms. Rullman in helping students with homework and enhancing study methods. I am currently participating in science olympiad and have in the past. I am also an anchor on the popular Good Morning Ross Middle School weekly news show. In addition, I have been a part of National Junior Honor Society which takes part in service projects
My first observation is that the subject fills up their water bottle during the class change. Another one of my observations is that my classmate faces forward during the fifty- two minutes sixth period lasts. The person isn’t late to class. Additionally, the student went to the bathroom at the end of class. This shows the subject is determined not to waste class time.
The group to my right are sprawled out on the grass. “Hey Ada! Come here! How was your summer? What’d you do? How was your trip?” I answer them, but fail to keep the conversation interesting as they are simply acquaintances from middle school. To the right is another group of students standing and cracking jokes with the occasional “Oh my god, I miss you!” as people walk towards them. At the bench is couple that is staring into each other’s eyes. Further up the hill, students are scattered as they block out the world with headphones and minding their own business.
Senior year rapidly is coming to an end, I’ve had the opportunity to see many of my friends come to the exciting moment in their life when they sign that dotted line and I was still waiting on my chance. My entire life I had dreamt of the day to finally committed to a college basketball team, this was my goal and it had to be my purpose in life. January 18, 2015 at 4:41 PM I got an exciting text from Truett-Mcconnell’s head coach, Matt Sanders, stating,” Good afternoon Claudia this is Coach Sanders from Truett-Mcconnell College, and I really feel like we need to begin the recruiting process with you! Sorry to bother you on a Sunday, but I just didn’t want to let time slip away! I look forward to hearing back from you!” Here was my chance!
You’d be surprised how fast ‘people-watching’ grows repetitive. Not a great deal happens around the monument, Lincoln Memorial, that was dedicated to me. These days people just show up to see little old me and leave with a couple photos. So, you can probably imagine my excitement when a group of highschoolers enter my line of sight. High Schoolers, although not a rare occurrence, provide a fair amount of mischief around here on the occasion they have a poor supervisor. Nevertheless, despite the teacher not paying attention to her group, the students stayed relatively calm. I had a superb feeling about this crowd today. Suddenly, voices around the room hushed a little as some of the students towards the center of the room began to quietly sing.
Taking a moment to examine my surroundings, I looked to see who my classmates were. Students were scattered across the room in their own little
As a Catholic community we must seek to live the life that Christ has shown us, to serve rather than be served. Our daily lives must begin and end with the love for God. And with our strong faith community, we can achieve greatness in all that we do.
It is with great pleasure that I welcome you back to another academic year here at Prince George’s Community College. As our students return to campus and our faculty and professional staff prepare for the busy weeks and months to come, I wanted to take a few moments to look ahead to an exciting fall term and beyond, as well as share a few of the College’s highlights from the past year—a year that has seen us continue our growth and evolution into one of the most dynamic and exciting institutions in the region.
Hi Ms.Barks, I am not sure if you remember me ( EAP 121,Winter 2015),just want to tell you I am done with ENG 101 and to thank you for the permit!!! It was very interesting expirience ( Bixby was my teacher),however I passed and moving on.This is my last quarter in Edcc , I am taking summer off and will be attending Shoreline community college this fall.Again,I just wanted to thank you for being supportive of me and allowing me to get closer to my goal!!!. I was very fortunate to have you as my teacher!!! Have a great summer!!!
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As I quickly skimmed the room, I was relieved to find a wide age range of students. Though the majority still looked pure with an absence of worry and concern, I did not feel out of place. Body language can speak louder than words and it was comforting to see something expected and familiar. I loosened the grip on my backpack, slowly eased into a seat and observed.
I went about this on the 11th of October, 2016. plan was to walk into class, ignore my own social group, and sit among people I barely knew. The experiment happened in two classrooms Mr. Hoogsten’s seventh period U.S. History class, where I performed a test on a mainly male group, and Ms. Parrill’s fourth period English
Last Friday, June 26, I have chosen to go to the food court inside the Students Union in order to make my observation for this second ethnographic paper. As we discussed in class, observation is type of field work that anthropologists do in order to collect data and effectuate studies about the same data. As a way to collect better results in my observation at the Students Unions, I decided to go during launch time willing to observe a huge number of people in that place. While I was there, I was focused on observing the way people behave when they are in a public sphere, and how do they interact with each other. When I first arrived there, the first thing that I have noticed is that most of the people in
English class seemed to be the most dreadful to take within school. Writing essays for most of my grade in a class is not what I was looking forward too. When I entered college I knew that it would be one of many challenging classes I would have to take. Starting from the lowest English class to moving on up, the writing assignments became longer and more thought out. The time came when I got into this class that I knew more work was going to have to be put into essays and thus brought out what I had not seen before in my work progress.
When I was in the classroom I noticed that all the kids were relatively the same height and weight, although there were a few students that were taller or weigh more. Majority of the students were mindful of giving other students their personal space, however, some of the taller students seemed to not notice that they needed to give other students room, personal space. The students that were taller or weighed more seemed to be more uncomfortable at their tables because there wasn’t a lot of room between the students and between the other tables. They taller students were put at farther tables and on farther squares when they were on the carpet.