A student is mainly an individual enrolled in a vocational or college school and who has set objectives of acquiring higher level of education, developing professional skills, gaining expertise and ultimately achieving employment in preferred field. The term student was used to indicate those who were studying either full time or part time. Today the term student is used to indicate an adult with at least a diploma who is planning to further his/her studies. It has been perceived that as student develops through the different stages of higher education that the potentials for the individual increases. Some may opt for further professional education after completing their formal education thereby gaining more job opportunities.
Students are encouraged to pursue higher education in order to improve their employability in the long run. One should be a good student so as to achieve success in life. Many people have attained success in life despite being a bad student. In fact some of them are still employed today. It is a good idea to keep a good student so as to avoid any sort of trouble in the future.
Please help improve your high school students’ writing and communication skills as this is important for the future. Write a document on the subject matter you would like to discuss. Use a white paper format for your outline as this will facilitate the process of discussing the topic in an easier manner. Do not forget to use a good example of an essay or a newspaper article when making a presentation. Use a template message for your presentation to help you impress your audience.
Let us talk about the etymology of the word “studen” which originates from the Latin word “stude” meaning step or board. In the year 1201, the Latin term “stude” became “studen” as applied to a board or platform on which an action or exercise was performed. So, basically, a “student” was one who performed an action on a board. The most common student actions were skipping, jumping, climbing, swimming, playing games on the platform and so on. The concept of “studen” then was basically defined as anybody who participated in such an activity. “Books” was another synonym for a student back then.
The present tense form of the word “study” can be derived from “studen” (as in “to study abroad”) or from “to cast on a student”. Hence, to study abroad means to participate in a foreign country in which you would usually participate in classroom learning. As far as I am concerned, there is no difference between “books” and “studen” in the sense that the former is usually used to refer to the printed medium and the latter to the written medium, but of course everybody does have a preference.
The present participle “to be” is derived from “to be” and denotes action. Studens can also be derived from the verb “to be” and denotes either continuous action or motion. If we look at the etymology of the word, studens does not actually contain the word “to”. The word has been derived from Latin verb “stund” (which literally means “standing aside”). Hence, we see that there are no similarities whatsoever between the present participle “to be” and the original root, although the word “stands aside” is very much similar to the original root.