Transitioning Into Junior High School

Transitioning Into Junior High School
Author : Carol Minnis
Publisher :
Total Pages :
Release : 2017-04
ISBN 10 : 1945812079
ISBN 13 : 9781945812071
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Students entering Junior High School undoubtedly do so with reservation and apprehension. Children feel fearful and anxious about going to a new school and a new environment. There will be new students and new teachers they have to get to know. Students will take more subjects than they were taking in Primary School. The objective of this book is to help the grade 7 student settle as quickly as possible, so he/she can be about the business of learning. Every school age child in Junior High School, in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, from Inagua in the south to Grand Bahama in the north, can benefit from using this book. In the absence of a Guidance Counselor, the student, with the help of the Homeroom teacher, Family Life teacher and parent can still use the materials in this book. The information required will place the counselor or teacher in a better position to assist the student. From this book, the student will learn: a.Ways to help him/her successfully survive Junior High school. b.Study skills to perform better in school. c.Anger management and conflict resolution skills. d.How to properly use the internet. e.Money management skills at an early age. The grade 7 student will learn valuable skills that will benefit him/her for the rest of his/her life. Additionally, parents are asked to play an active role in the life of their child by utilizing the tools included in this book. These tools will help active and involved parents monitor their child's progress. I wish a smooth transition into Junior High School for every child and parent who uses this book. C.D. Minnis


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