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How to succeed at school

John D. Lawry

How to succeed at school

letters of a professor to his daughter

by John D. Lawry

  • 73 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Sheed & Ward in Kansas City, MO .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Lawry, John D.,
    • College student orientation -- United States.,
    • College students -- United States -- Conduct of life.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 130-134.

      StatementJohn D. Lawry.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLB2343.32 .L38 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 134 p. :
      Number of Pages134
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2064054M
      ISBN 101556121164
      LC Control Number88060047
      OCLC/WorldCa19824661

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      Help her organize school papers and assignments so she feels in control of her work Build his sense of responsibility by allowing him to choose extracurricular activities, assigning him chores, and asking his input on family decisions. As a middle-school principal, a big part of my job is to help parents support their children emotionally as well as academically. Don't worry, though, it'll also work if you do it every once in a while. These tips are inspired by Patricia Telesco. Be certain, however, that she selects no more than a few activities so she has adequate time for schoolwork.

      You must help her find a balance; this will take compromise and patience. Encourage her to aim high and always do her best work. You might not be aware of this, but teachers can hear almost everything that happens in the classroom. Find out what your child should be learning, how she is progressing, and how you can help. Set aside a few minutes to review upcoming lessons.


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How to succeed at school book

You must help her find a balance; this will take compromise and patience. Discuss ideas and feelings about school, studies, and activities. None of us are perfect and we sometimes make mistakes in raising our children.

You will always be able to rely on your teacher's guidance and help when you need it, because your teacher will respect you. Instead of staying frustrated or confused, ask for help directly. Success in school takes hard work, planning, a few basic skills, and the will to want to succeed.

Your teacher will like you better when you show that you value the process of education. Greet that teacher with a smile every day for ten days, and watch the change in attitude that results. Start thinking about how you can study or prepare your next assignments.

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The offspring of affluent parents are insulated from adversity, beginning with their baby-proofed nurseries and continuing well into their parentally financed young adulthoods.

Bringing your own supplies shows responsibility and maturity. You might notice that many of these tips relate to good learning habits. Encourage her to pursue interests and make friends through extracurricular activities.

But if your teen is struggling, he or she might not be willing to get the assistance he needs. The best way to help her in all aspects of development is to try to ensure that her emotional needs are consistently met. It can also be helpful to learn how your teen is doing socially and behaviorally as well.

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Sometimes college students or other high school students offer affordable assistance. For that, head to the school website, where you can find calendars, school staff contact information, and resources for parents to help their child at home.

You might not be aware of this, but teachers can hear almost everything that happens in the classroom. Teenagers do better academically when their parents are engaged. Who does your child hang out with? Not only will the counselor be invaluable in supporting his academic path, he's also one of many potential adult role models for your child.

Many teens feel the stress homework, complex subjects, college prep courses and the need to get good grades.

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By making school and homework as pressure-free as possible, you can help protect him from stress and boost his academic achievement. Even if he didn't ace his math test, he may have written a good poem in English class or improved his spelling score. Completing a book report calls for a special treat or finishing a book allows him an hour of TV.

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