STUDENTS SHARE FEELINGS ON THEIR CLASSES
CHRISTIAN STEVENS, REPORTER AND PHOTOGRAPHER
FEBRUARY 9, 2024
Every morning, before 7:00, students are groggily waking up to prepare for a Monday morning full of crowded hallways, bright lights, blaring school bells and a less than enthusiastic classroom. They sit down and struggle to keep their eyes open, while the teacher lectures the class on the recent assignment and lessons.
Some students search in their bags for random objects and devices to entertain them, others delve into the depths as the teachers scold them for not being focused.
Sophomore Emma Holmes explained how the education style makes the students unenthusiastic.
“The fact that the teachers don’t want to be there,”Holmes said.“The students can feel that the teachers don't want to be there, and that their education isn’t being taken seriously.”
Sophomore Victoria Rabelo shared how she would rather be taught
“It would be a lot easier if they didn’t move too quick from one lesson to another, and if they were to give us more examples to understand what we are doing on the assignment,” Rabelo said
Sophomore Rahmon Roberson delved into his opinion about the teaching style
“I think the teaching style is very unorganized,” Roberson said "It feels like the teachers just throw work at you without explaining it, and it makes it harder.”