The day was coming, my feelings were getting nervous, scared, more like terrified. Mixed feelings were coming alive in me when I thought about going to school also how I felt about experiencing a new and different life. At the age of twelve my life was shifted. First day of school came walking onto the campus it was a whole different feeling than what I was used to. New and different faces turned as I walked down the loud, echoing halls. The mass amounts of students of my age talking, laughing and enjoying school.
Made me feel that I was not going to ever succeed in school. My biggest fear was being held back. I didn’t want to be the oldest person in my class. I wanted to go on with the people of my own age. Six hours of school time was a long time, I always looking at the clock to see the time for the day to be over to go home. Staying at home was the only thing I wanted.
When I got home I wanted the time to stop. I did not want the time to go on, my parents asked how school was. I just told them that I did not want to go to school and that was not fitting in. no one talked to me and all I wanted was to go back home into my room and hope that everything will go away somehow. When I read “Half a pound of ham,” by Bernadette Pias sa. I felt that she and I had the same feelings.
I was doing well in school and with the schoolwork. I would just concentrate on learning the new materials I was being introduced to. I would always practice talking and making my English speaking skills more clear for others to understand.
Changing a five day week to a five day week to a four day week (For schools) Why is our traditional five day week changing to a four day week? Any reason? A four day week would result in extra hours of work, interference with family schedules and much more. In any case what’s the problem with the five day school week? The customary five day school week should stay without any alterations. There ...