Why am I One In a "Minion"? Do I believe I am one in a "minion"? Mrs. Mayie believes I am one in a minion because I am smart, obedient and creative. Mrs. Mayie considers me smart because I do the majority of my work correctly and have a large vocabulary. Many people also believe I excel at computers and electronics in general. Although I'm only smart in a few subjects, they are considered useful and important. Mrs. Mayie thinks I am obedient because I do my work, don't talk in class and I try to follow the school rules. I try to do my work because I don't want to have to redo any papers and make even more work for myself. I don't talk in class because if I do not pay attention I'll be lost when I do the homework. I follow the school
Society believes there are two types of people, when it comes to dexterity.There are those who have the knowledge and skills necessary for academics. And then there are those who seem to be full of information about life itself, but do not appear to have perception, when it comes to school. I define “Book smart” as someone who is intelligent and well educated academically. For example a straight A student, or a person who can in a heart beat, give you an answer about history, english, math, or science. On the other hand, a person who is considered “street smart” is one who is dull in school, but has a very bright mentality about life itself and common sense. In Hidden Intellectualism, from They Say I Say, Gerald Graff tells us about how he considered himself “street smart,” but unintentionally became quite an intellectual over time. Using a topic that interests a student is a better way of persuading them to learn, and help them discover they are intelligent in their own way. We should not classify things into different judgmental groups, there is hidden intellectualism amongst every person although we all experience it differently based on past exposures.
Rachel is a new student at Hamilton high school and tends to talk to her peers during this exercise. She then responds to questions even without waiting for approval from the teacher. Though her answers are always on point, her destructive behavior n is frustrating the teacher as such Mr. Smith reprimands her severally by asking her to go the office. Frustrated, Rachel feels the Miss. Smith is unfairly picking on her.
Smart people can categorize their strengths and weakness giving them the opportunity to leverage those strengths and weaknesses. Successful and intelligent people have the ability to evaluate, and analyze their abilities. This is different compared to Spearman's g factor because it elaborates how intelligent people can be successful and excel in life (Nevid, 2015).
While looking over my answers on the “Multiple Intelligence Scoring Sheet”, I’ve noticed that I only have “strong abilities” in the musical category. However, I also have abilities in interpersonal and intrapersonal as well. I honestly do agree on with Howard Gardner’s Theory and his descriptions because each category is written with logical meanings. After reviewing the types of roles that I was put in; the three listed are actually perfect for me, and the others don’t quite correlate with me personally, except spatial-visual.
To society I seem to be very talkative on the other hand I can be intelligent. For example was in National Honor Society, had above average grades, I was very outgoing and did a lot of sports and clubs throughout the years. People would also agree that I always have been very clumsy. In general people would say I am not an overall serious person.
We’re not fat but we are a big family, and we are Sauer. We are also super influential to each other. Mrs.Hurball, or Mrs. Hairball to me, my preschool teacher probably thought that I should be kicked out of preschool. I got Play-doh stuck in my ear because I wouldn’t share, and my mom does not like the doctor's office now as a result. I told my teacher about how I had bourbon in my coffee in the morning. I’m what you would call a ‘logical thinker’ or better known as ‘I will find ways to distract the teacher so there is no learning’, I have pulled this stunt in almost every year of school. It's not that we're not learning, we are just not learning that exact subject.
I like to think that I am an intelligent person, that being said, I am not Einstein. My passion in school is Math and Science, which I a both taking Level One classes for. I have a knack for both Math and Science, but I am also naturally good at English. Those are my strongest classes, and I definitely do very well in them.
“Obedience is a form of social influence where an individual acts in response to a direct order from another individual, who is usually an authority figure” (1.simple psychology 5/8/14). Regina George as the authority figures in this group and majority of the school shows how the rest of the group all try to please and obey her every order so they are accepted and liked
When beginning, I asked Sarah about her and what her hobbies were. Sarah then replied “I love to learn, be in school and I like to tutor others.” Sarah also mentioned she liked to paint. So by these facts she gave me, I can say Sarah is one very smart and talented person. Some other hobbies she said she liked was going to school and learn.
One behavioral issue that can be observed in schools is disrespect. Being respectful means that you show others you care about their feelings and well-being. Whereas, disrespectful behavior shows little regard for the feelings of others. Disrespect towards teachers specifically, can present as disruptive and confrontational behavior (McNeely, 2017). For example, a student displaying disrespectful behavior may say that they do not care about the lesson, or say that their teacher is stupid.
Children, for instance, all have different areas in which they excel. A child who excels in school and is listed on the honor roll each term would obviously be considered intelligent. However, a child who is very talented in music but obtains bad marks in school might not be deemed a smart child by the average person; nevertheless, this child would also be considered intelligent.
I knew I was gifted and capable of more, but after we moved from urban Oklahoma City to Tulsa before the fourth grade, my intelligence was meaningless. Suburban-school luxuries like computers, advanced math, and special ways to learn English flooded my brain. Homework was an afterthought.
“Roselda, go sit down! I told you before you are not going to get a treat, you don't ever do your homework, so you can just sit there amongst the rest of your “friends” until you act like you want to be in this class.”