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    essay describing my ideal school

    моля ви помогнете ми! есето на тема "my ideal school" ..есето ми трябва за утре!ще ви бъда мн благодарна ако някой успее да помогне възможно най бързо :S:S:S:S

  2. #2
    Не съм ги писала аз, копирах ги от нета/може да имат грешчици,поправи си ги/.Надявам се да ти помогнат


    'My Ideal School'

    One of my ultimate goals in life is to start a progressive school which focuses on developing a passion for living and self-knowledge in children. Schools nowadays have a rote, one-size-fits-all curriculum, which is conducive to learning for only a small percentage of students. My ideal school would be communication-based, blending aspects of social work, conflict resolution, team building, and traditional learning.

    Classes would be limited to fifteen students, a size small enough to allow individual attention but large enough to furnish the feeling of belonging to a group.

    Creative projects would be the cornerstone of the curriculum, incorporating all the life skills that make this method of education unique. The class would be presented with a number of ideas at the beginning of each project, and would also have the option of coming up with their own idea. Some examples are raising money to donate to a charity, creating an anthology of short stories to be bound and published, starting a website, writing and recording an original song, and patenting a new idea. Because of the amount of coordination required for each project, both successes and failures would inevitably spring up along the way, giving the children a meaningful experience of what it is like to work on a real-world project. The teacher would have an important role, psychologically coaching the kids through the highs and lows of the project and facilitating discussions to make them work better together and motivate themselves.

    Each school day would begin with a half hour of discussion of the project that the class is currently pursuing. The rest of the morning would be divided between various academic lessons. However, instead of standard lessons, my school would introduce each subject as a useful part of the real world. U.S. history lessons would be justified by explaining to students what their lives would be like if we were still a British colony, and by showing them what school is like in countries where political freedom does not exist. Math lessons would be justified by having the kids run a school store, or by introducing them to other practical uses of numbers.

    In addition, academic lessons would be split into two halves. The first half would be a basic skills seminar, and the second an advanced class. Students would be able to choose whether to stay the second half, or else they could leave to work on their current project, read, or pursue an independent study of another subject. The students who stayed - the “second halfers” - would be known as the students with the greatest passion for the subject.

    No grades or competition would exist. Rather, the motivation to work would come from a desire to earn the respect of teachers and fellow students and establish a positive self-identity. Kids would also decide the degree to which they would like to participate. Involvement would be based on interest and the satisfaction of publically confirming their talents.

    In contrast to today’s system, which anticipates the negative, using poor grades and disciplinary procedures to discourage students, my school would have positive reinforcement as a basic tenet of its educational philosophy. Kids would be regularly praised for their good work, and taught to compliment others. Rather than being trained to avoid the negative, students would actively seek out positivity. For the same reason that a child on a little league team doesn’t want to strike out, no child in my school would want to sit back idly and not learn - it wouldn’t feel right to him on a personal or a group level.

    Each afternoon, creative activities such as art, music, reading, and writing would take place. A portion of this time would also be dedicated to the current class project. Once per week, kids would spend the entire afternoon in “Talking Time,” where they openly discuss their feelings about any issue, personal or school-related. These sessions would help to build relationships, foster the discussion of difficult issues, and congeal the class as a team. In the larger picture, Talking Time would help kids to become communicative rather than internalizing their issues, helping them to become happier adults.

    In accordance with this policy of positivity and openness, disputes between students would be resolved through a conflict resolution process. The skills of compromising and understanding another person’s point of view would be instilled in children from early grades. Students would openly discuss their disputes in front of the class, with great fanfare expected for any compromise or peace offer made. In this way, positive attention would come not just from doing good things, but from correcting bad things. The only behavior that would not be tolerated in my school is bullying. In younger grades, aggressors would be dealt with in the normal positive way. If multiple instances cropped up, or if the problem was not resolved by the time the student entered later grades, their inclusion in the school would be reconsidered.

    If these ideas could be successfully implemented, the learning environment in my school would be a fascinating self-journey, as useful for building emotional knowledge as it would be for sharpening academic skills. Learning would be a fulfilling, exciting experience, and kids wouldn’t have to dread school, as they do now. Most importantly, when my students graduated, they would have a firmly-instated sense of purpose that would make them better prepared for life.

    Cynical speculators will comment on the impossible idealism of this system. How could these ideas ever work? My answer: through the flexibility of young minds. By the time a child has reached sixth grade, his brain is already hard-coded with ideas that he has learned from home, school, and friends. Starting a system of positive reinforcement, teamwork, and individualized learning at a young age would create the self-esteem, drive, and curiosity for knowledge that students need to be happy adults. My system might sound naive to those who have been through the current school system, with its grades, disciplinary procedures, and forced learning, all of which can be devastating to a child’s self-esteem. But consider what it might have been like if we had all been taught that we could be great at anything we wanted; if we were respected in school rather than talked down to; if we were given the opportunity to follow the pursuits we spoke of with such passion when we were little. If all of that had happened, then the dream that anything is possible might still be alive in us.


    'My ideal school'

    I don’t like get up early,so my ideal school starts at 9am.It finishes at 3pm.,so we will have lots of time for after-school activities.
    My ideal school is very big and beautiful.there is a big park on one side and a swimming pool on the other.We have a dig library with lots of useful books.we also have a basketball court and a shopping mall.We usually buy some food in the shopping mall.
    We have two hours for lunch.there is a big dining hall.We can eat lunch and chat there. We can listen to pop music and watch TV in the hall. We eat fruit,vegetable and meat every day.
    We have English every day,because I think English is very interesting .Ilove computers so we have computer every day after lunch.
    I think my ideal school is very good.

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    A Dream School


    I think that in Bulgaria no matter have a dream schools the children will go to school with pleasure.We want beautiful classrooms ,fresh furniture and big canteen.

    My school look like church .When I go in, the doors are very big and the walls in the halls are grey, which depress me. The desks are very old and on them have scratchy. The floor in sport room is broken down.
    Is it the dream school?! According to me that isn`t the best school!
    Everyone of us want, while we enter in the school, so that us is nicely. The walls to be coloured , the desks to be new and everywhere to smelt cool.
    How much good will be have a place, where we are going to be happy – for example: Game Room. After the moving in sport hall, we must to take a shower, but in Bulgaria this is impossible. My dream school is very big. It has a swimming pool and a football pitch and a basketball court. When we are first change, we must to get up in 6.00 o`clock, in order to we aren`t late, but more suitable will be we begin to study in 8:30 – 9:00 o`clock. In school must to have a pretty canteen, where we can to eat our lunch with friends.

    Of course, the best school should to have and good teachers. Thereby we never be stressed of some strict and adult teacher. The perfect school master for us must to be young, good, clever, that to have a sense of humour and cheerful smile. She must to give us smaller homework. Many children want the teachers don`t have to write marks under C, because the students go in fear of there parents and they drift apart from there.
    I like many subject, but the teacher which give us lesson are nervous and they not can to tell good. The sport is very importance thing too. But I have only two lesson on week, that is bad.

    Finally I want to say that in spite of all my dream could be realized. That’s why I want to call on all children to care more about the school and the school property. I believe that one day my school could turn into my dream school if we are making something for it and if we don’t destroy it.

    ето намерих това не е точно формулирано заглавието като твоето прегледах го набързо можеш да вземеш оттук и да си направиш твое ... :P Good luck

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    Намерих още едно^^

    'MY IDEAL SCHOOL'

    Some people may argue that school is a place to learn skills such as socialising,but this is not how I perceive it. For me,school is an education institution that increases your intellectual powers,not to fraternise with others. School time is precious, as only 5 hours the whole day are spent there and the rest of the time is to enjoy and to be free . No one can afford to waste it with petty conversations such as ‘do you want to have a party tonight?’ or ‘did you hear about what happened with Britney Spears?’. You can guarantee that the high expectations placed upon the students will never fail to be met or else. An ideal school should be based on interest and satisfaction which publically confirming the students talents and intelligence.
    One of my cardinal aims in life is to personify a progressive school which focuses on developing a passion for living,science knowledge,medication knowledge,engineering knowledge and self knowledge in students. School nowadays,have a rote,one-size-fits-all curriculum,which is conducive to learning for only a small percentage of students. My ideal school would be communication-based,blending aspects of social work,conflict resolution,team building,high quality on technology and traditional learning. Classes would be limited to twenty students,a medium size enough to allow individual attention but large enough to furnish the feeling of belonging to a group.
    Creative projects would be the cornerstone of the curriculum,incorporating all the life skills that make this method of education unique. The class would be presented with some brilliant ideas at the beginning or each project,and would also have the option of coming up with their ideas too. Some examples are raising money to donate to a charity, make a magazine every year about school, starting a website for easier to know about school, writing and recording an original song and make a special medium book to write about each student of the school. So, they would inevitably spring up along the way, giving the students a meaningful experience of what it is like to work on a real-world project. The teacher would have an important role,psychologically coaching the students through the highs and lows of the project and faciliting discussions to make them work better together and motivate themselves.
    In my ideal school, each school day would begin with 45 minutes of discussions of the project that the class is currently pursuing. At 8 o’clock, the class will begin and over at 1 o’clock . Along the time, the classes would be divided between various subjects. For low standard class,first hour would be on developing a passion for living. The second hour, the class will possess science knowledge. Then the third hour will be on medication class. Then, engineering knowledge and the last hours will be self knowledge in students. Those are for low standard class. For high standard class are a little bit differents time table. The first hour will be studying on self knowledge in students and the second hour is science knowledge. The third hour is on developing a passion for living and the last hour is on engineering knowledge.
    Before that, each of the students must sit for a diagnostic test to decidewhether they are in ‘low standard’ or ‘high standard’ class. The students who stay in high standard class, will be given a special air- conditioned class. My ideal school should have 3 floors,so,it is equipped with some lifts. Each floor have 2 classes. So, the low standard have 3 classes and high standard have 3 classes too. It will be easier for students,they do not have to climb stairs. At my ideal school, each of the students have one lap top. So, they can surf the internet,collecting data and save information anytime. It will be easier for them.
    Everyday, at 3 o’clock till 5 o’clock in evening, curriculum activities wiil be held such as badminton, volleyball, football for boys, futsal for girls, netball, basketball, softball, hockey and tennis or indoor games like chess, puzzle, scrabble and others.It will be enjoying. Once per week, students would spend the entire afternoon in “Talking Time,” where they openly discuss their feelings about any issue, personal or school-related. These sessions would help to build relationships, foster the discussion of difficult issues, and congeal the class as a team. In the larger picture, Talking Time would help students to become communicative rather than sharing their issues, helping them to become happier adults in next generations. At 6 o’clock, all students will go back their home.
    If these ideas could be successfully implemented, the learning environment in my school would be a fascinating self-journey, as useful for building emotional and physically knowledge as it would be for sharpening academic skills. Learning would be a fulfilling, exciting experience, and students wouldn’t have to dread school, as they do now. Foremost, when they are graduated, they would have firmly-instated sense of purpose that would make them ready to face the life in university. This is all my hope about my ideal school.

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    Цитирай Първоначално написано от po0pyy69 Виж мнението
    моля ви помогнете ми! есето на тема "my ideal school" ..есето ми трябва за утре!ще ви бъда мн благодарна ако някой успее да помогне възможно най бързо :S:S:S:S
    Здравей попи69,

    забелязах, че темата е такава, каквато изисква твоите наблюдения и въображение. Не на никого другиго, а твоите. Защото всеки един от нас, има различни представи за ideal school, затова темата е myideal school. "my", а не "someone else".
    Ще се изненадаш сама на себе си какво би написала, ако седнеш и размислиш, какво за теб е идеалното училище.
    Ако за бъдеще имаш желанието да се научиш, да пишеш есета, изцяло от теб сътворени, с удоволствие бих ти помогнал.

    Поздрави!
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