“Never let schooling interfere with your education” — Mark Twain by Elle Anderson

Source: http://www.biography.com/people/mark-twain-9512564

I think that what Mark Twain is saying is that you should not let going to school get in the way of your education. What Twain may mean by this is that while school is your future and that having schooling is a very important part of life, you should not let that mess up your education. In other words, don’t put too much pressure on yourself. This statement could also mean don’t try to be perfect in school in order to get a perfect education.

Over the past two years of having Ms. Roth as an English teacher, I have learned how to become a better student, both mentally and physically. I think that having Edmodo and WordPress and following Ms. Roth on Instagram has helped me to become more familiar with my homework assignments because it seems to help me get a better understanding of what assignments she wants her students to complete while at home. In conclusion, I hope that by the end this school year, I get a whole lot of important information out of being in Ms. Roth’s class again this year, as this is the final year I will be one of her students.

(200 Words)

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