It looks like I will continue my daily posts on this website now that the extremely strict view filter has been phased out. It is obvious now that my views have once again gone back to normal. I have to get back into the swing of writing daily articles again, so I thought I would test myself to see if I could make a boring day in my AP Statistics class exciting to everyone on the website. How did I start this article? All I did was begin to type.
We are luckily allowed to use laptops to provide information for our flash cards on subject matter that no one in the class can calculate. The flash cards contain statistics terms that are difficult to identify: interpret standard deviation, the outlier rule, and Interpret LSRL Slope "b." Mathematics is not my favorite subject, but I cannot imagine anyone in my statistics class being excited to do this assignment. We blindly copy words that we cannot interpret like zombies in the middle of an attack. Welcome to a world where we did not learn a thing in school.
I sit at my desk and look around the room. One kid listens to music, while another watches Youtube videos. Both are not exactly slick, but are rather inconspicuous and stick out like a sore thumb. Two kids behind me talk about the live performance of their rock band, while the girl next to me reads her e-mail. No one is on task, and everybody shows a bit of their personality in the way they spend their class time, meant for working on work for the class we reside in. We are all different in our demeanors and our interests. My interest is also shown as I type to an audience hungry for me to write a new article.
My observations really mean very little to an audience, but more to the people in the room with me. Though this article may seem useless in many ways, it also shows you a method to interpret the people around you: their interests, their behavior, and their demeanor. All you need to do is observe them in an unnatural environment. It is a human's nature to become preoccupied by activities they would rather do, instead of activities they should be doing. As is the case with my AP Statistics class. We all do our own thing. Some are on task, but most, including myself, are completely off the trail. Never think that another person cannot read you like a book.
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