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  • The Demands of Middle School Writing

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    All middle school students, grades 6-8, are required to develop well-written compositions. According to the Louisiana Depart of Education (2008), to meet the demands of the comprehensive curriculum, these students are required to write complex multi-paragraph compositions with a clearly focused main idea and developed with relevant ideas, organization patterns, and structure that communicates clearly to the reader. The grade-level expectation also states that the students are required to use a variety

  • The School Of Middle School

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    night. This is it… The moment you’ve thought about the entire summer, it’s the start of MIDDLE SCHOOL. AHH! You are about to walk into a new chapter in your life and boy is this scary. You have to figure out how to change classes, remember all your new teachers names, make new friends, figure out where you were going to sit in the cafeteria, and the list could go on and on. You were just in elementary school… were you had the same teacher for an entire year, and could play with your friends on the

  • Teaching in the Middle School Final Examination

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    is on what the students need to be successful, and in the context of a middle school classroom, this often means attention must be paid to the development of these early adolescents. The learner-centered curriculum also goes as far as focusing on the individuality of students, not just the learners themselves. Again, in regards to development, this is important for middle school students—as individuals, all middle school students are at a different stage of development. Then when deciding how

  • Information Behaviour of Middle School Students

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    The 21st century school library is the hub of student learning with librarians helping with research, encouraging students to read for enjoyment and developing their information literacy skills. All these aspects are important for the current generation of students who have been “raised with easy familiarity with video games, email, instant messaging…Web 2.0 social networking habits, they have developed patterns of engagement that are different from those of earlier generations.” (Godwin, 2008,

  • Middle School and Sex Education

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    Should sex education be taught in elementary, middle and/or high school? If so what should you cover at each level? In this day children are learning more and more at such a young age, some children even sound like adults when they speak because they are so advanced. I’m also seeing a trend with young ladies getting pregnant in high school and even middle school. With that said I think that sex education should begin to be taught at a younger age. Young minds are very curious. I have had conversations

  • Reflection Essay On Middle School

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    traumatizing, dramatic, and awful experience called Middle School. It’s one of the more challenging transitions I’ve ever faced. We go through hormonal changes, class changes, freedom changes and overcome new experiences. Middle school is that place where they throw you to transition through that awkward stage. I find it to be absolute hell and a general pain. But it’s within all the hell, drama, trauma, pain and crap that we all take that prepare us for high school and lets us truly find ourselves. Let’s

  • The Importance Of Transitioning To Middle School

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    Throughout my life I have always coasted through everything that I have ever done. When it came to school you could describe me as an average student when compared to my friends, I always did the bare minimum that I needed to pass, when it came to outside of school it was the same thing when ever my mom or dad told me to do something I always to put in the least amount of effort to accomplish it and waited to the last minute to start doing it. When I read Carol Dweck’s Mindset I learned about fixed

  • Analysis Of Middle School

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    Greetings middle school entrants, I am here to share my experience in middle school with all of you. Like all other students and like all of you, I moved from primary school to middle school with infinite questions in my mind. First day at school frightened the daylights out of me. All day long I was desperately waiting for someone to show me the ropes. Middle school years play a very significant role in creating our destiny and path ahead. We are made familiar with all the disparities in world

  • The Effectiveness of Corporal Punishment on Correcting Behavior of Middle School Children

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    Corporal Punishment and its Effectiveness on Correcting a Child’s Behavior in the Middle School Setting: Sixth Grade through Eighth Grade Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction to the Study…………………………………………………3 Statement of the Problem……………………………………………………..3 Description of Corporal Punishment………………………………………….4 Description of Discipline………………………………………………..........4 Effects of Corporal Punishment and Psychological Treatment on students’ Learning and Behavior: Description

  • The Effect of Comprehensive School Reform On Middle School Achievement

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    Introduction Schools with high dropout rates are categorized as underperforming schools. Since a majority of our children, who drop out of school, do so in middle school or the first year of high school and their ages range between 12 and 16 years (Cohen & Smerdon, 2009). It is the inability of many middle school kids to make the transition to high school that contributes to an increase in dropout rates. In order to address under performing schools and the high dropout rates, school reform programs