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Prose, Francine. "I Know Why The Caged Bird Cannot Read." The Language of Composition: Reading, Writing, Rhetoric. By Renée Hausmann Shea, Lawrence Scanlon, and Robin Dissin Aufses. 2nd ed. Boston: Bedfore/St. Martin's, 2008. 176-88. Print.
"Traditionally, the love of reading has been born and nurtured in high school English class-the last time many students will find themselves in a roomful of people who have all read the same text and are, in theory, prepared to discuss it." Pg. 76
instead of trying to increase students' vocabularies and store more information, try working on their comprehension and strengthen their ability to which they feel like teachers offer simple books that anyone can be able to read the specific books.
This source is relevant to my topic, because it helps those understand why kids are having such a hard time in this world. There futures are bright, but the teachers are not helping any students out. The teachers do not have the right books and requirements for students. Prose gives readers advice on how to fix the problems and make kids more prepared for the future.
O'Connor, John, and Sarah Gonzalez. "13th Grade: How Florida Schools Are Failing To Prepare Graduates For College." Florida: Putting Education Reform To The Test (2012): n. pag. Florida RSS. Florida, Nov.-Dec. 2012. Web. 05 Nov. 2013.
"Essentially, there is a disconnect between what students are learning in K-12 schools and what they need to succeed once they get to college."
The state agency wanted to try to figure out how to get students to be taught what they need to learn for college instead of what they are just being taught.
It helps me see what the atmosphere was like in the Florida school system down there. I can be able to describe what they describe to me in my essay.
Placek, Judith H. "Conceptions of Success in Teaching: Busy, Happy, and Good?" (n.d.): 46-56. Print.
"Planning, one component of preactive teaching, is a process in which teachers should engage in careful and thoughtful deliberation in preparation for teaching." Pg. 47
The best result for teachers teaching methods is by researchers theories on improvement and preparation on teaching. Pg. 46
"The process/product paradigm, with student achievement as the dependent variable, certainly dovetails with current calls for accountability for student learning in the schools." Pg. 54
Teachers thinks that success from positive student attitude rather than good grades on assignments. Pg. 50
This article has information based off teachers and the teaching ways. This teacher who has taught physical education read this article which helped her for teaching ways for her students. The students had problems, because they were not very active. This article helps you understand the teacher world and how teachers are doing certain things in their teaching ways.
Lund, Jacalyn. "Activity in physical education: process or product?" JOPERD--The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance 84.7 (2013): 16+. General OneFile. Web. 6 Nov. 2013.
"In these classes, the teachers' goal was to get students engaged in an activity that they liked, because when students were enjoying the activity they were busy, happy, and well behaved."
Teachers should try to do more activities that will help students in their daily life for their future events in life.
This article talks about a woman giving her point of view on physical education. She talks about how teachers do certain things in a order and expect students to get better. Teachers expect students to become active just because of physical education. This has been proven wrong. Teachers are not focusd on students outcomes for their future life.
Venezia, Andrea, and Laura Jaeger. "Transitions from High School to College." The Future of Children Spring 2013: 117+. General OneFile. Web. 11 Nov. 2013.
The academic side of why students are not prepared is there is not a connection to how things are taught in high school and what is to be expected in college.
"The decentralized nature of education in the United States--in which states delegate authority to more than 15,000 local school districts to design and direct programs of instruction--may partly explain the variation in what high schools offer and how well they prepare students for college."
This whole article is about how you can get kids prepared for the future. It gives facts on how accurate our high schools are on not getting students prepared. They help us realize that people need to get education taught better in high school.