Throughout everyday life you use your five senses; touch, smell, hear, taste and sight. You have learned to use these senses during your life, and have connected different emotions with the different things you sense. Though the use of your senses don’t just help you learn within the boundary of school it also helps you out of school. Through your life you have used all your senses to learn and gain knowledge, whether it’s from in school or out of school experiences. During the extent of your life you’re going to continue using your senses in everyday life and in the future at work. This essay will show how your senses affect the way you learn and the way it affects your everyday life.
In class you go through many senses and emotions that start from when you enter the room. The senses may have to do with smelling the bad B.O of your teacher or seeing the things your going to be going over in class. Your emotions upon entering the class usually vary from dread of not finishing all your homework, to relief that the class has finished. Right when you enter, you’re in a learning environment. Your emotions might effect, no they will effect how you learn. If your tired and just couldn’t give a wrap about school then your most likely not going not learn a lot. This is due to the fact that when you’re tired your senses are fuzzy and can’t concentrate on what’s being said. Also since your focus is off your cant see what on the board, you ever get that fuzzy eye feeling? Yeah that’s usually what happens. You can’t learn that way because when you feel like this all your emotions tell you that you’re bored and tired. Making your class environment a hard place to learn. This ends up becoming a distraction. For instance the last class of the day for me is the longest class, because I'm tired and I just want to go home. With these feelings, my mind starts to wander to what I'm going to do at home, what I'm going to eat and who I’m going to talk to online. Though how you...
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