Friday, June 1, 2012

What We've Learned--The Students of 2012


The school year is over, so it's time to find out what our students have learned.

What We've Learned

Being young means living life, making mistakes, feeling loved, having friends, experiencing wild things, defying the law, and maturing into an adult.

I've learned that when a character in a story has a first name that starts with "J" and a last name that starts with "C," he's bound to die.

There was a haircut called "The juice" that some of the boys wore.  It was a TT (tragic trend).

The best day of the year was when we started to read The Crucible.

Never speak ebonics in English class.  You can get away with it in any other class.

Brame has taught me not to give up and let society win.

Strive! Upcoming juniors, do not give up!

When we reach our limits, words cannot help.  We must break our limits on our own.

The most unusual thing that happened this year was I lost my sock at lunch.

We know more than you think.

Don't act stupid!  Be you and don't try to put on a show to look cool.

I feel that my classmates were a wonderful group this year.

My dream for the future is to move out my mom's house before I hit 19.

The advice that a teacher has given me that has turned out to be true is not to be friends with everybody.

To be a young person?  To be honest, it's hard to explain.

One thing adults don't realize about us is that we are a great group of kids who just want to have fun.

Do all of your work, and know how to play the game.

There is one thing I'd like to share--I am a SENIOR!  Class of 2013!

"What We've Learned," 2011
"What We've Learned," 2010
"What We've Learned," 2009

1 comment:

  1. Hey Mr. Brame!!!!!! It's Rolynda. I saw The Great Gastby with Ciarra the other day. IT WAS AMAZING! I cried at the end. What did you think about it? Email me. Rolynda.mann@gmail.com I hope all is well with you and your family.

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