From balancing your course load to forging relationships with classmates to extracurricular involvement, these are the tried and true methods to nail your career as a student.
The Most Rewarding Job But not Enough Pay
I’ve been employed in my school system as a paraprofessional for sixteen years. It is one of the most satisfying professions and most underpaid.
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It's About the Kids
I don't have a commercial driver's license (CDL), I can't drive an actual bus, and I often transport my students in a white van (don't worry; it has windows and I don't offer them candy!) or an older Ford sedan (that used to be a drivers' education vehicle before that service left the schools and went private).
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All the students must have familiarity with the term papers writings. Many of them think that excellent term paper writing demands some excellent category writing skills. However, in reality, ordinary writing skills are good enough to write a fantastic term paper so you can secure a bright future. All you are required to be is being strategic and organized.
More Families Would Opt For Different Schools If They Could
There is growing evidence that more families would opt for different schools if they could. This is clear from survey data and focus groups, from alternative-school and charter-school waiting lists, among many examples. What prevents them from sailing to a new education island is, above all, the political blockade that still seals the ports to all but a few lucky or intrepid voyagers. Visible though the new education islands and vessels may be to avid policy explorers, most people still reside on the two old continents - and don't travel much. The reasons are familiar, beginning with old-fashioned complacency about one's own school. Surveys have long shown a relatively high level of contentment - or resignation - among Americans with children in school. The familiar and nearby are often more comfortable than the distant and strange.
Education, Deconstruction and Inspiration.
As most educators have already understood, teaching is a pretty demanding job. You may get students who don’t perform up to their performance ceilings; you may get disruptive students who don’t like to pay attention in class; and you’re swamped with a ton of administrative work such as lesson planning and setting various assessments for them.
History of English in multilingual India: A study in language contact and spread
The linguistic and cultural diversity among Homo sapiens is remarkable and difficult to fathom. Socio-linguistic identities are also very strong. At present there are thousands of languages and dialects spoken around the world. I strongly believe that languages are like biological species, they originate, evolve, and constantly change for a certain time and eventually becoming extinct. Traditionally people have lived in communities that were spread over limited geographical boundaries and had their own language for communication. The problem of inter-communal communication must have been quite severe in the past due to lack of a common language, and most probably was the source of misunderstandings, mistrust and conflicts.
Institutional ethnography: A tool for sociological inquiry
Institutional ethnography as a method of sociological inquiry has its origin in the feminist movement of the 1970s in North America. This concept was developed by a Canadian sociologist Dorothy E. Smith. She describes a ‘line of fault’ that working women traverse between their professional and domestic life daily. These two work situations are radically different modes of consciousness that cannot co-exist. Until 1970s sociological literature was mainly written by men that excluded women’s experiences and concerns from the discourse. Smith (1974) was a pioneer in making sociology feminist. She redefined sociological inquiry in which women’s every day and every night worlds would be rediscovered as they are organized by social relations not wholly visible within them (Smith 1997). She called this ‘making the everyday world a sociological problematic’ (Smith 1979,1987).
Ecology of a long-term health care institution: An institutional ethnographic inquiry
The use of scientific terms in social sciences and language studies is quite frequent, but such terms usually lose their original meaning when they are used by sociologists or linguists. Farmer (1996) uses weather as a metaphor for the organizational climate of nursing homes and compares meteorological features of climate systems to the physical features of nursing homes. Likewise, Cooper (1986) uses the biological concept of ecology to explore how writers interact to form systems. Environmentalism as a socio-political movement uses phrases like “deep ecology” and “ecological thought” in a very different context (McKenzie, 2002).
The genre of the matrimonial advertisements
This article discusses various rhetorical and linguistic aspects of matrimonial advertisements from a weekly newspaper published from the USA. The language of such ads is studied under different theoretical frameworks. The notions of Russell (1998) and Winsor (1999) about relationship between text and context is used to demonstrate influence of context over text in the language used in matrimonial ads. Since the genre of matrimonial ads has never been studied, such genre was analyzed following Bhatia’s (1993) approach to analyzing unfamiliar genres and move structure in ads by Bhatia (2004). These ads were also examined in the light of Cook’s (2001) notion of discourse and genre of advertisement, and finally a look at whether the readers and writers form a “Discourse Community” of Swales (1990).
A philosophical discussion on grammar pedagogy
It is imperative to understand the meaning of grammar and its relationship with the language before discussing grammar pedagogy. Although several grammarians have defined and described grammar in diverse ways, I think my understanding of grammar is best conveyed by Thornbury (2004). He defines grammar as ‘a description of the rules for forming sentences, including an account of the meanings that these forms convey’. He says that grammar enables us to use language in terms of how, where and when things happen, and it also facilitates the way we interact with each other. However, not only grammar but contextual information also plays an important role in the interpretation and understanding of various forms of communication. He discusses strong arguments both in favour of and against teaching grammar.
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