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Actions in halls!
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Abiola Emanuel

One respects a learning environment by being quiet, possibly sitting upright and being respectful. It is quite vital to the classroom setting that students be attentive and punctual to this setting. A very simple way to respect the learning process is to e active in classroom activity (i. E. Partaking in discussion, leading peers positively and of course doing work promptly and correctly).
I could have possibly disrespected your learning environment today on 12/20/06 by being loud in the hallway. While I don't think my actions were just, I also do not feel I completely disrespected the learning process. The altercation was wrong on both my part and the other party (who was not punished for the actions so I won't put they're name out there). While it "takes two to tango", I understand that I have to be responsible for my acts.
In the future I will leave all loud ignorant conversations away from Ms. Sterling's classroom. For the reason that it is not worth my time type this paper, especially over such a petty topic which could have easily been prevented. Also in the future I will go directly to lunch after 3rd hour so I don't even see anyone to talk loudly to.



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