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    Firstly‚ the environment in a small town is better than in the big city. In the big city‚ it is noisier than small city where it is usually quiet and peaceful. Secondly‚ big city has a very high number of all kinds of vehicles in the street‚ which often causes severe traffic jam. On the other hand‚ the street in a small town is much less crowded. Thirdly‚ life in a small town is more exciting than life in the big city‚ mostly due to the difference in size of the two societies. People in small town are much

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    Bad grades

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    Who cares about good grades? I never did. I had always told myself that a D was a good grade. Although I was very smart I was completely irresponsible when it came to turning in assignments for classes. I had gone through middle school with a mind set that D’s were passing and at the time that’s all that mattered. It gave me more time to be with friends and less with school. But I was in for a wake up call my second year of high school when I was called in by my counselor. “Okay students‚ I’m going

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    resources also brings about the damages in nature‚ such as global warming and greenhouse effect. Then‚ they lead to animal extinction‚ plant loss‚ and the disappearance of the habitat of many species. As a result‚ the rapid exhaustion of the Earth’s natural resources becomes the most important issue nowadays that will cause many consequences in nature. In a word‚ some of those bad effects that human activities cause to nature are change in climate‚ species extinction‚ and marine ecosystem damage.

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    Bad Grades in School

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    tell me that math is the easiest subject in which to cheat in. (Dorff‚ par 3) They’ve figured out how to program calculators to have all the answers for their tests. An English teacher said she no longer counts her vocabulary quizzes in her students grades because she hasn’t found a way to stop them from cheating. In a survey of students I asked what the though of the idea of requiring next semesters students to sign a pledge that simply said “I will not lie‚ cheat or steal.” most said it would be

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    The Causes of Poor Grades

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    used to always wonder why I made poor grades. Making poor grades made me feel bad‚ so I started to think of ways that I could do better in school. Getting poor grades comes from not doing one’s school work on time‚ failing to ask questions‚ and not coming to class on a regular basis. First‚ the immediate cause of poor grades is not doing one’s work or waiting until the last minute to do assignments. Doing coursework is very important to achieving better grades. For example‚ if someone is taking an

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    Causes of Failing Grades

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    Causes of F.G.: Boredom Low self-concept and inadequate social skills Conflict with teachers Nonfacilitative school and classroom environment Awkward or unsuccessful transitions from one school to another Violence and victimization Lack of parental involvement. Stress and pressures in family and peer relations Teacher expectancies and beliefs A sense of alienation and isolation Differing cultural and gender expectations Education has traditionally been viewed by society

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    Drop Bad Grades‚ Not Morale A couple days ago‚ my teacher gave us a chance to check our class grades. To my surprise‚ I had received a very dismal outlook into how I was doing in the class. It was a very‚ very bad grade that I don’t even want to repeat. I was stunned by this and wanted to know how this had happened in a mere 3 weeks of school. As it turns out‚ I had 1 really bad test grade who was the culprit. Unfortunately‚ now there is no chance for me to get the A that I so desired. This is why

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    Effects of Grade Skipping

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    each school year are faced with the decision of whether or not grade skipping‚ or acceleration‚ is the right move for their academically advanced child. As the parent of a now Tenth Grader‚ who skipped the Third Grade‚ I can relate. When the school approached us about their opinion that the best course of action for my daughter was to skip a grade‚ the decision to follow through with it was more difficult than I expected. When grade skipping is being considered by the school and parents of the

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    The Cause Of Bad Or Good Effects For Exam-Oriented Education It is no doubt that education is always an important topic around in our life‚ because education can not only improve our knowledge‚ but also can develope our society’s economic development. Right now‚ there is one very popular education system in the most Asian countries. It is exam oriented education. For this education system‚ there are many different opinions. For example‚ some people consider that this system is waste students’

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    Grade Inflation Effect

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    A Study on Grade Inflation: The Inflation of Grades in American Educational Institutions An epidemic is what one might call the trend of the slowly increasing average in the grades of colleges all across America. It is a particularly subtle ascension‚ albeit a troublesome one. Grade inflation is a major issue in the American educational institutions it affects- data reveals the various causes that lead to the inflation of grades- caused both by students and their instructors‚ which in turn has many

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