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Behaviour in school

Our behavior at school should always be the best. even if our friends pressure us to engage in something bad then we should not be afraid to refuse. We should respect our fellow teachers, classmates, and other anytime we take any action we should think. “think before you act.”

Our behaviour in school should be just like the following: First, we should not talk when the teacher is talking. Secondly, be helpful to other children when allowed to help. Thirdly,you should be respectful. Last but not the least, you should not bully other children.

At school we should respect and obey our teachers. we should reach school in time and never be a late comer. during class sessions we should raise our finger to ask questions .We should always be helpful to our classmates .We should never tease or fight with other students .Try to keep school campus clean and tidy

Importance of Books in Life

The book is a valuable source of knowledge that consists of infinite benefits. It transports us into different worlds and cultures, as well as, it informs us about ancient civilizations and lore. In addition, it helps us to learn about new technologies and literature. It allows speaking languages fluently and to communicate spontaneously. Therefore, the book can be faithful friend and the nearest into us which can guide us to how to behave in our practical life.

Our practical life is also, in addition to books, based on experience. This latter is a crucial element that assists to overcome obstacles. Experience keeps our minds aware of the way to solve some problems, for example, if someone re-confront a problem, it would be easy for him/her to solve it. Experience also could indicate to us the suitable method of living in our life.

In conclusion, learning is a strong challenge that requires patience and efforts. Books and experiences are the best manners of learning because of their vast importance and great advantages.

Books can play a very important role in shaping our life because we can learn lots of things easily from books. Books provide a great solution in front of us to learn about anything and increase our knowledge level. Therefore, large numbers of people around the world read books because they find them very useful. Books are present in our world from many centuries in different forms and shapes of books are changing with time. Today, we can find books in pdf or audio formats as per the need of people. Though, all these books provide same help by increasing our knowledge levels. People can easily buy books from..

The Ladder of Student Involvement in School

Simply calling something “meaningful” doesn’t make it so. Just like saying that schools are complex is an understatement, saying that student involvement is to complex is overtly simplistic. According to the following “Ladder of Student Involvement in School,” many student roles may actually be non-involvement. But there is hope.
Educators and students can use apply this tool to the everyday involvement of students by using it to identify how schools currently engage students in their classes, programs, and other leadership opportunities. The Ladder can also encourage individuals and schools to aspire to higher levels by presenting the possibilities of meaningful student involvement.

The Ladder of Student Involvement in School was adapted from the work of Roger Hart, an international expert on children’s participation. By mapping situations and activities that involve students on the rungs of the Ladder, schools can assess their levels of meaningful student involvement. The higher the rung on the Ladder, the greater the meaningfulness of student involvement. This guide seeks to help schools reach higher rungs – that is, increase the amount and improve the quality of student participation in schools. Note that the rungs on this Ladder aren’t necessarily a developmental process that happens over finite increments. Student involvement can go from the second rung directly to the sixth. The Ladder is meant to represent possibilities, not predictions, for growth.