Been There, Survived That: Getting Through Freshman Year of High School ePub download
by Karen Macklin
- ISBN: 0979017378
- ISBN13: 978-0979017377
- ePub: 1776 kb | FB2: 1607 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
- Publisher: Zest Books (May 1, 2008)
- Pages: 96
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 628
- Format: mbr lrf doc mobi
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This book is suitable for ages 12 years & over
This book is suitable for ages 12 years & over. Lively and humourous, this compact instruction manual to making the most of freshman year provides realistic advice that will help teens navigate the social and academic complexities of high school, including adjusting to a new school, making new friends, and.
Freshman year is very important, in that it is the foundation for the remaining years of high school. High school is not much different from middle school except for a bigger building and grades being more important. So, it’s not just a matter of surviving - think of it as REALLY applying yourself, working hard at studying, and preparation for not just each day’s classes, but also for the periodic exams. In high school, you have much more independence and can really go out of your shell.
Get a grip on high school with insider advice from experts and teens just like you. You've heard the horror stories about high school-the . Been There, Survived That: Getting Through Freshman Year of High School. You've heard the horror stories about high school-the competition, the cliques, the calculus!-but those four years don't have to be a nightmare. In fact, they can be amazing, especially when you have the right advice.
For any rising high school freshman, these tips will . This is something basic that you have to understand.
For any rising high school freshman, these tips will definitely help with the transition. There are the select people that always want to compare scores with you, and it gets annoying. There are two reasons why you shouldn't be one of these people. 1. They're annoying and ask you for your score even if it's a bit intrusive. Work hard during freshman year because that's the easiest that high school will be! It only gets tougher after that, and freshman year is your transition year. Use it to be one step ahead and have high grades!
Sure, high school can be intimidating - if you don't know what you're doing. Don't skip the freshman orientation. This event is usually something your school will hold towards the end of summer, although they may hold it earlier
Sure, high school can be intimidating - if you don't know what you're doing . This event is usually something your school will hold towards the end of summer, although they may hold it earlier. Not only will it make you more comfortable in your new school environment, and help get you used to a few teachers, but you can also use orientation as a social opportunity. That's right - instead of hanging out with your mom, you can go out of your way to meet a few new people, and to hang out with your old friends.
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Be there for those moments. Know that there will be a lot of lasts in that final year of high school
Be there for those moments. This is one of the tools I talk about in my new book, The Me, Me, Me Epidemic - A Step-by-Step Guide to Raising Capable, Grateful Kids in an Over-Entitled World. High school is the time to learn how to make decisions and do for themselves. Know that there will be a lot of lasts in that final year of high school. Last games, last performances, last awards ceremony, and last dances. It’s a time for celebration. Recognize your hard work all these years has resulted in a capable and responsible young man or woman heading out into the world! That’s something to feel proud of!