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My School Life - The Best Part of My Life
My school life was fun, to say the least. There were always friends to play catch up, teachers to quiz, and I, of course, where most things that I needed for my survival. But there was something special about that group of friends. Each of them stood out from the rest in some way. One of them was different from the rest, in this case, an essay.
Essay on My School Life. It wasn't always a fun activity; we usually had many different activities going on at the same time, including study time, play times, and sports games. Everyone was getting pranks, even though none of us ever really thought so at the time. In one high school, a friend of mine to prank a substitute teacher to quit his job.
I didn't know what to expect with this particular essay assignment, actually. There were no prompts, no tests, nothing except for me to engage with my writing. So I wrote in my own words a 500 word essay on my school life and my experiences, hoping that maybe someone out there would be inspired by what I had to say.
In my essay, I wanted to share my "inner thoughts" about my school life, and how I coped with my personal feelings. These were things about my teachers, friends, family, school activities, and so on. I wrote about my "honeymoon period," my "first real date," my "coming out," and "growing up." I told my stories about my teachers, my relationships with my family and friends, and so much more.
Well, I think that my school life essay did a pretty good job of describing my "growing up" experiences, and my "chool years." In fact, I think that the best part of the essay was when I was talking about my "good habits." And these good habits were born out of my experiences in and around my school life. These include my caring about my essays, grades, and word count.
"Good Habits" was written during my first year in high school. Back then, I was a straight A student and enjoyed learning about my teachers and learning about myself in class. Throughout my four years as an English major at my college, I got good marks almost every single time. Although my grades dropped slightly over the next two years, I was extremely pleased with my achievements throughout all of those years.
Now here's the thing about writing essays: they're not always easy. Sometimes, I found myself getting frustrated and wanting to quit because I felt like I wasn't good enough at the subject matter that I was writing about. But that's just the way that life goes sometimes. After finishing this particular essay, I realized that although I had some really rough times during my high school life, I had some amazing teachers who made it through the tough times with literally their teeth gritted and their chin held high. So, if you ever find yourself in a similar situation, remember that you can overcome the bad habits that caused your grades to drop, and you can turn things around for yourself-just remember to start with the good habits first.
That was my "school life," and I can honestly say that it was the best part of my entire life. I would cherish those memories for the rest of my life. So, I encourage you to write down your "chool life," and see what you would cherish for the rest of your life. After that, you can choose which aspects of school life you would like to share with the world in an essay like this.
- 04 Sep 2021 @ 07:56