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First Grade Essay Examples

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A Summary of Observation Made in a Second Grade Class
Second grade children are still quite young and their minds are active and searching. They need to be taught in a way that leaves lasting impressions in their minds, because this aids their memory and logic. The following is a summary of observations made in a second grade class.
At this juncture, it is important to note th...
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A Story King of the Third Grade
King of the Third Grade Blowing the candles out on my birthday cake, I thought only of the presents sitting beside the table. While eating chocolate cake and chocolate ice cream, I stared mysteriously at the gifts. "What could they be?" I thought. When mom said, " It's time to open presents," I flew pa...
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A Praise for My 3rd Grade Teacher
My 3rd grade teacher was a very caring woman. I remember every day after school she would give us big hugs and say goodbye as we exited through the door of the small portable. Since Mill Creek Elementary had become more popular than expected, they had to expand with cheap portables that looked decent, but stunk of plaster a...
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A Look at the Concept of One-One Correspondence in K-3 Grade
The grades that I am most familiar with are K-3, so that is what I am going to concentrate on for this paper. Once of the sources I used was my mother. She is a recently retired 2nd grade teacher, and when I asked her what I should teach children about infinity, she said that little kids are much smarter than we think some...
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A Comparison of Students Television Viewing Habits and Academic Grades in Schools
INTRODUCTION : Many religious organizations, like the Christian Coalition, conduct experiments that try to link people's church attendance with that of their television viewing habits. I have developed a study that focuses on the same subject matter. In addition, my study compares student's grade level to their television...
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My Fieldwork Experience and the Observations I made
This semester I have been observing a first grade inclusion dual language (English/ Spanish) class. There are 30 students in the class. The majority of the students are English Language Learners and 4 of the students received special education services before or after school. Even thought is a crowed classroom the teacher...
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Evaluation of 10 Children's Books in Teaching the Kids How to Read
Childrens Books Evaluation The age group that I selected is first grade. I read 10 books that were suggested with the reading level for this age group. They are books that have a lot of pictures so that the children are able to associate the words with the pictures easily. I have also evaluated how well these books did in...
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An Analysis of the Boy in the First Grade in Rites of Passage by Sharon Old
Why would any boy in the first grade claim that he has the ability and strength to kill a toddler? “We could easily kill a two-year-old,” (22) is what the birthday boy states in Sharon Olds’ “Rites of Passage”, a poem in which a young boy’s birthday party becomes the pruning ground for many of his peers. The boy...
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The Importance of the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights
The first amendment of the Bill of Rights to the constitution guarantees four freedoms: freedom of religion, speech, press and assembly. The Bill of Rights was passed on December 15, 1791. Since then, the freedoms have been debated, discussed, and fought and died for. Many have immigrated to America to receive those freedom...
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A Review of The First Reactor, a Booklet on the First Self-Sustaining Nuclear Pile
The First Reactor chronicles the conception and implementation of the first self-sustaining nuclear pile. The booklet has three main sections to it. The first one tells of the history and background of the organizations and research that were used for the momentous experiment, as well as the actual proceedings that occurred...
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An Analysis of the Concept of Renting the First Apratment
How To Rent Your First Apartment Renting your first apartment can be a life changing experience. Its the first step to your independence and leaving home. In my opinion it was the best thing that I could ever do. For me it was very exciting to go and view an apartment because when I was there Id close my eyes and imagin...
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My Childhood Memories
It was the 9th month of the year 2001; I was just a playful child indulging in all the beauties and mysteries of the world. Still exploring not yet familiarized or seasoned to most of the wonders of this life. I had just won my class election and I was to be inaugurated in one week. Happiness was the only Emotion I could ex...
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What I Want to Accomplish This Year
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Grade 10 Summer Reading: The Color Of Water
Quotation 1: A deep sigh. “Oh boy…God’s not black. He’s not
white. He’s a spirit.” (Chapter 6 “The New Testament” Page 51) Explanation 1: A deep sigh. “Oh boy…God’s not black. He’s not
white. He’s a spirit.” To me this quote shows that Ruth puts an
end to her son curiosity on whether God is black or white. For
example, in...
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How My High School Coaches Have Contributed to the Person I Am Today
If anyone knows me, they know all I do is cheer. I have been cheering since second grade and I could not imagine my life without it. One of the main reasons I continue to cheer is because of the people involved, including my two coaches, Reed Jackson and Michael Murphree, also known as Murph. Once, when we were in the award...
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My Childhood Memories
I am a clumsy person. At times I am uncoordinated and I always have bad
balance. I like to bump into walls, trip over my own feet, and I
sometimes think I have two left hands. Hurting myself seem like an
everyday norm to me. When I make sounds like ``oouch'', no one really
bothers to ask me if I am OK anymore, because they...
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My Favorite Teacher
I have been in school for 10 years all of the people who have taught me
have been wonderful. However, there was one that stands out above the
rest and that in Mrs.O'Hara my 7th grade core teacher. Mrs.O'Hara is my
favorite teacher because she helped me so much thorough out the year,
and she was always smiling. I also really...
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Come Fly with Me
Fresh out of the eighth grade, and I began a new chapter of my life alone, at the age of fourteen. At fourteen my parents booked a plane ticket for one, to Houston, Texas. With a bright future out in front of me, I left my parents and two sisters behind, I moved to Houston with dreams of hoopn’ professionally. A week before...
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What Is Observational Learning and How It Works
Observational learning is a strong way of social learning. It happens by the processing of information displayed by models or examples. The information can be shown verbally, textually, through audio, and through actions either by live or non-live models like television, movies, and the Internet. My 11th grade teacher told...
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My First Experience in Grade 10
It was the first day of my grade 10. I was sitting alone in the table looking at my books. "Dack, Dack, Dack." Sound of clicking heels grabbed my attention. A tall lady with long, silky hair, stylish dress and high heels was walking through the door. I smelled a strong odor of rose perfume in the air. She was unlike anyon...
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A Comparison of Life in Middle School to Life in Elementary School
“Nothing can be hard as middle school,” stated Zooey Deschanel. I agree with this statement. I felt like a new person ever since I graduated elementary school, and now I have more “things” to juggle. Now that I’m in 6th grade, my stress level has raised a lot. When I was in elementary school, my stress level was pretty low...
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Developmental Theories of Learning Implemented in a Ninth-Grade Science Classroom
Developmental Theories of Learning Implemented in a Ninth-Grade Science Classroom Developmental theories of learning are concerned with the physical, cognitive, moral, and social aspects of human growth that can be categorized into stages (“Unit 4,” 2014). As explained in Ormrod’s (2011, p. 29-34) Educational Psycholo...
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Pointers on How to Write A Good Essay
Writing A Essay In writing an essay you need to do many things to get a good grade. One thing that you need to do is prepare for your paper. Don't just start typing away at your computer. Make sure that you create a outline and a rough draft first. Another thing that you need to do is to revise your paper. Make sure there...
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Steps in Creating an Interactive Lesson Plan on Phonograms for 2nd Grade Level Students
When I was younger, my favorite subject was language arts. I think the reason I liked language arts so much was because I had a wonderful teacher who always made the class enjoyable by letting us interact through group activities. So, I decided to design an interactive lesson plan on phonograms for second grade level stu...
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She Was Hesitant to Know She Was Loved
Life, Intercepted "Nothing's real in 7th grade," I was reminded over and over again, but for once in my life, something was. I had finally finished the poem's tenth draft, each version coming closer and closer to describing the insatiable emotions within me. At the age of 13, attempting to squeeze an infatuation...
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