The thing is, teachers aren't so different from you. You know how, when you're writing a paper, you suddenly start impersonating an English duke? And instead of saying, "Hawthorne writes about the dullness of office life," you feel obligated to say, "Hawthorne interrogates the liminal state of wage workers and their—too justified—impatience with the sameness of their everyday tasks"? Well, the same thing happens to teachers. Check out this email from a
Is there anything worse than doing badly in a class, and not knowing how to fix your grade? It's a terrible feeling, especially when you have a test coming up. A Sparkler writes:
im a high school student in 10th grade.. im in Honors English 10. and i am doing badly in that class right now because my essay skills really sucks, i just don't know how to write good essays. and i have another upcoming In-Class essay this friday about the outside reading book that i read, The Tempest by Shakespeare. and the theme is "quest for power". i dont know the prompt til that day. its a suprise prompt.