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Ja’Mere Tyler John Spayde argues that “The whole world is a classroom.” I would agree with this  because, when looking back at my life, I could say that I’ve learned from my past experiences.  No matter how good or how bad it was, I’ve taken valuable knowledge from all my experiences.  Whether it is from my mother or a complete stranger I always try to learn. The in-school  teaching I received helped me learn to not depend on others to learn. Also, one can learn from a  person who has experienced something and passes on their experience to you.  The High School I attended had small funds in so we couldn’t afford enough books to  have in class and take home. Teachers would teach us in class and they would rarely assign  homework. During my freshman year of high school, I was challenged because, I was used to  having homework every day and being challenged and because of this new method I struggled  my first semester. I then took control of learning on my own whether it is going to the library,  going to the teachers after class and asking for help, or asking a fellow classmate to help me  out; I learned that the school was teaching me how to teach myself.  After I figured this out I 
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course ENG 4462337 taught by Professor Dr. fenway during the Spring '10 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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