In middle school, I would have to learn the rules and personalities of six different teachers instead of just one. Plan a Scavenger Hunt This could involve students searching the classroom to find things like the pencil sharpener or the hall pass, or it could ask them to discover which of their classmates took a long trip over the summer or who has a younger brother.
There are many different learning style inventories available online.
I got pretty good at it, too. No one got canned or smeared—at least no one I knew. Before he presented the students any lessons about history and government, he wanted to make sure they had a sense of his personality and background. Bell has had some practice.
I was also scared because of some stories I had heard about the first day of middle school, like being canned by the eighth-graders.
I was the oldest kid in my family—in fact, in my entire neighborhood—and no one had been there before me, to help lead me through the challenges of middle school. The transition into middle school will be the hardest change kids experience during their school years. I was used to walking to school, and now I had to walk six blocks to the bus stop so that I could take the bus to and from school.
Friendships from elementary school were renewed and made stronger, and new friends were made. Horizon Principal Nickie Bell was a part of that welcoming crowd, greeting new and old students alike and working hard to make the transition easier for the parents whose sons and daughters were taking the first steps on a new academic path.
I learned how to change into a gym suit in front of other girls. Find a book that puts a different spin on your subject and share it or part of it on the first day.
I wrote the combination on my hand, but my hand was so sweaty it came off. Compared to this, the first day of high school is a piece of cake. No one could remember their combination either, except Ted Milliken, the kid who carried a briefcase to school.
In my heart, I knew I would never make it. Or do a demonstration experiment and have students guess about the results.Jennifer Almonte Torres March 12th, Ragati, Kindler English IV My First Day of High School “Beep, Beep, Beep!” A.M my alarm clock was activated, it was time for me to get ready and prepared myself for my first day of High School as a freshman student in Piscataway Vo – Tech High School.
Indian summer in a small Midwestern suburb, a hot, hot day in early September. His heavy book bag slung over his shoulder, Jim Martin—slim, sandy-haired, freckled—trudged along the pitted sidewalk at this morning, on his way to Thomas Jefferson Middle School.
Nicholas Castlebury took the first day of school at Horizon Middle School as an opportunity to properly introduce himself.
Castlebury offered his 6 th -grade social studies class an in-depth, multi-media presentation about his family, his friends, his tastes in music and even his pets. The First Day of Middle School.
The transition into middle school will be the hardest change kids experience during their school years Compared to this, the first day of high school is a piece of cake. Allan Mucerino, Principal, Ensign Intermediate School. My stomach was tied in knots, and I could feel the sweat soaking through my T-shirt.
My first day of Middle School was back in August Fresh out of Elementary School, I was 11 Years Old and very immature at the time (more so than my classmates). I went to Aviara Oaks Middle School in Carlsbad, CA; Period 1, which was 6th Grade English, began at AM.
I. Since most teachers spend the first day of school distributing syllabi and lecturing about class rules, you will really get the students’ attention if you make them work the first day and get around to that “business” stuff on the second or third day of class.Download