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How did you feel about starting high school?

December 2014 (7th grade): Ugh, I just want to get out of here as fast as I can.June 3, 2016 (Last day of 8th grade): YES I’M FREEJune 6, 2016 (8th grade graduation): Hopefully I don’t have to wear a dress to my high school graduation. BUT I’M FREE.June 10, 2016 (Course selections due): Yes, 2 math classes! This is going to be amazing!August 2016: No supply list? I can just take notes on my computer? YES! It’s like college!August 30, 2016 (first day of school), 7 am: Yes, high school is finally starting! I’m so excited!August 30, 2016 (after getting home): Today was the best day ever! I love high school!October 2016: Wow, the work’s getting hardMarch 10, 2017: Jesus, this sucks. And I’m suck in this hell for 3 years after this? MIT and Caltech, you better have spots open for me.

What kind of things does an 8th grader need for school?

u gon dieJust kidding, chill out, it’s eighth grade, no biggie man. It’s the last year of middle school and try to enjoy yourself. Same usual advice you should follow as a teenager:Don’t catch any STDsDon’t get addicted to any drugsTry not to hurt people.Enjoy the eighth grade, and happy fourteen birthday, early or belated.

Is the internet good for an 8th grade student?

As you move into your final year of middle school, and prepare to head into high school, this is an excellent time to get your grades on track. If you want to earn straight A’s throughout your 8th grade year, you will need to understand what is expected of you, stay organized, and put in some hard work. If you stay dedicated and keep your eye on the prize, getting straight A’s can happen for you.Embracing New Challenges:Get ready for high school. In 8th grade the focus will be on preparing you for high school. The exams will probably be harder, you'll probably spend some time with a guidance counselor, and your teachers will expect more from you. Meet these challenges head on! Begin studying for tests far in advance.Brainstorm ideas about what you'd like to do with your life, so that your guidance counselor meetings are productive.Take responsibility for your organization and your grades by working hard without being told to. Taking an active approach to these challenges will best prepare you for the transition to a new school.2. Strengthen your skills. Although curricula will vary from state to state, you can expect certain similarities across 8th grade. Basically, in every subject you’ll be asked to look at things in greater detail, use more critical thinking skills, and make deeper connections.In English or language arts classes, you can expect an emphasis on persuasive and expository writing (writing that offers an explanation). Begin keeping a journal or diary to strengthen your expository writing skills.In history or social studies, you will be asked to relate the past to the present in greater detail. You can practice this skill whenever you watch a movie. Ask yourself: Which elements of this movie relate to older movies you have seen? Which elements relate to things from your real life?Across all of your classes, there will be a greater emphasis on class discussion. Write down questions or comments you have while you are at home doing homework, so that you always have something to contribute.3. Embrace reading. In 8th grade (and into high school and college), you are going to be expected to do more reading. You will be asked to read longer novels in your English classes, and you will need to read and understand challenging math, science, and history textbooks. If you struggle with reading, now is the time to seek some help. If you hate to read, now might be a good time to let that go. Start reading a little bit each night to strengthen your skills.Try reading the conclusion first. If you know the main idea before you begin, you may have an easier time understanding what you are reading.Look up words you don't know. Taking the time to look up words will enable you to understand the reading, while building your vocabulary and making you a better reader over time.Read at the right time. Some people will have a better time reading in the morning, and others at night. Others will read best right after lunch. Find your ideal reading time, and try to get your reading done when it is optimal for you.Staying Organized:Make sure you have the right school supplies:Before school starts for the year, your teacher should give you a list of anything you’ll need to buy. Make sure that you get everything on this list, and keep all of the necessary supplies with you at school. This can include things like:NotebooksBindersPensPencilsColored pencils2. Find your organizational method:As mentioned above, 8th grade is geared toward preparing you for high school, and learning strong organization skills is a big part of that. Different people have different organizational methods that work for them, so you will need to try different things that work for you. Additionally, make sure you clean out your school desk, home desk, locker, and backpack once a week to keep things tidy and organized.For example, you may want to have one folder and one notebook dedicated to each class.You may want to create folders on your computer at home where you can save schoolwork.You may want to use a color system. If you use a blue folder and notebook for math, you can also use blue post-its for math reminders, and highlight math assignments in your planner with a blue highlighter.3. Use a planner:In 8th grade, teachers will expect more from you. You will be expected to remember what readings or assignments are due without your teacher reminding you. You will need to anticipate big assignments or tests and start working on them a while before they’re due. In order to do this, you are going to need a good daily planner. Write everything down in this planner as soon as you can, and check in with your planner every single day.Write down the dates of exams, quizzes, and tests.Write down major assignments.Write down daily homework assignments and/or reading.4. Keep track of your grades. In order to earn an A in each class, you will need to earn 90% or more of the points (on a typical grade-scale). Your teachers can give you a breakdown of how these points are distributed between classwork, homework, tests, and other categories (like participation). Begin a chart (or spreadsheet) for each class. Each time you get an assignment back, mark the points on your sheet. This will allow you to know what marks you need on further assignments to stay at the “A” level.Working Hard:Aim for perfect attendance. If you want to earn straight A’s, you need to be present in class to learn. Every time you skip class, you risk missing an essential lesson, learning the answer to a test question, or getting the explanation for a big assignment. Furthermore, in some classes you may lose points for absences. The first step in earning straight A’s in 8th grade, is to be present for class every day.If you must miss class, be sure to make up what you missed.Ask a friend to take notes for you, and speak to your teacher to ensure that they got all the proper information.2. Take good notes:In 8th grade, you are going to be expected to take notes. But taking good notes does not mean furiously writing down everything your teacher says. Instead, you can follow a few strategies for taking good notes:Start a new sheet of paper every day. Write the date at the top of the sheet, as well as a heading that states the subject of the class.Write down key facts. Listen up for important facts, dates, or examples and write these down. If you recognize something your teacher is saying from the reading, this is likely something important.Don’t worry about using complete sentences. Develop your own shorthand, abbreviations, and shortcuts.Ask your teacher to repeat something you missed.Review your notes after school each day. You may even want to rewrite your notes for more clarity.Consider comparing notes with a trusted classmate. You each may have emphasized different things and could benefit from sharing.3. Create a study routine. If you want to excel in 8th grade, you are going to need to create a study routine (and stick to it). Set aside time each night to study and to complete any upcoming assignments. Do this each day even if you do not have anything due.Spend 10-15 minutes reviewing material that you learned that day.Spend 30-40 minutes completing the most urgent assignments.Spend 10-15 minutes beginning work on other assignments, or studying for tests, that will not be due for a little while.

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