I think all you need to do is work hard on any subject by setting goals,listen to the teacher,and believing in yourself.
If you practice, you start to under stand things a little bit better , so when you go to school you all ready have a feel for the concept. That is one of the reasons we watch the videos that Mrs.Bockius post, so when we go to class the next day we all ready are a little prepared for what we are about to learn.
Practicing is just growing your brain little by little, and so if somebody started doing something before you, you shouldn't feel that you have to be just as good as them.
The student everyone thinks is the smartest has started to study something earlier or has practiced hard on a subject.
It means that if you keep on reading every single day you can get more smarter than you already are.You can get better at spelling,math,and more stuff.So if Mrs.Bockius asks you to do a comprehension question,you can do it right away,and if she asks you a math problem you can also answer it right away, also if shae asks you for a word like Mississippi,you can answer it right away.
Sorry I meant she
I agree with everyone but I'd like to add that like I'm really good at reading because I read since I could walk and some people just didn't start that early or didn't enjoy it as much.
I was adding to Cristian's.
I think that what the precept said is true but, you can practice and become better at what you studied
I think it means we were each born with the same amount of intelligence but the student that people think is smartest practiced math, reading, language arts, and other subjects before they started school.
I think it means that we are all very smart in many ways, but it is how we use that smart that determines how much we can get smarter, and grow our brains.
I think it means everyone is smart and your brain will get smarter, and do your math every night, reading.
I think that it means that if you practice you will grow our brains .
Sorry grow your brain .
it means that if you're doing bad in class you might have not practice much
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