Princess Sara Njemanze
AP English Language
20 January 2014
Tardiness is a trending concern in high schools all around the United States of America. Many teachers withstand the tardiness of the students and retain their words while other teachers respond with action and enforce suitable punishments. Teachers who take action are highly esteemed by students who have learned to get to their classes on time. By way of teaching with an iron hand, teachers have gained regard from their students and have set the tone for the year. In Charles Herbert Flowers High School, a certain teacher, _____, is valued for her strong stand in excellence. Students learn via rule enforcement---assigned essays on their deleterious, “harmful; injurious; hurtful,” tardiness, a loss of their scheduled spot, and a drop in their current grade---that being late to _____’s class is customarily deleteriously unacceptable.
Through the enforcement of castigations---an essay on tardiness for example---in response to a student’s tardiness, students have learned that lethargy to _____’s class is adversely inexcusable. Any student who has acquired an essay considers himself or herself very ill-fated. Considering the work that the student already possesses, the essay becomes an additional burden and displeasure. Despite the fact that the punishment was given due to the unwise actions of the student, the student becomes mindful of the severity of his or her tardiness. Unfortunately, the foolish offender---the student---has already insulted the offended---_____---making any act of contrition ineffective. The student must then figure out how he or she will find time to work on the essay especially if that student is involved in extracurricular activities such as sports. Incorporating extra time for the student to work on the essay can cause a lack of sleep, thus impacting his or her plans for the next day. Inconveniences much like an obtained essay can easily be...
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