The person that I interviewed was Liz Wimp. She is a first grade teacher currently in employed at Vienna-Finley Elementary School. Liz has been a teacher for ten years and has taught kindergarten, first, and second grade. Liz’s favorite subjects to teach are reading and Social Studies. Along with her teaching, Liz is also a sponsor for the K-2 Lego League and a member of the Climate Committee.
6.1.2 FA: Narrative Ending I thought they were happy to see me, but when I opened the door to our shack, I saw that everything we opened was neatly packed in cardboard boxes. I rubbed my eyes to make sure I was not dreaming. ’’How could this happen?’’
It wasn’t until I was walking up the stairs to the apartment that I realized what time it was and how long i’d been gone. What was I going to say when I walked in “Oh sorry, some people showed up and I broke my hand but they got meded magically back together!” their was no way out of trouble I’d get in trouble no matter what. I knocked on the door and not even two seconds later the dor opened up. It was my mom her eyes big and red and my brother standing behind her looking really furious.
Just shortly after 2:30pm on a Thursday, Heather and I pulled into the parking lot at the new Middle School and caught up with the rest of our English Comp class. I am dumbfounded by how this new Middle School has turned out. I was thirsting for knowledge about the new building yet the only thing I really wanted to know was the comparison between the new and old school’s way of learning and schedules. The building itself reminded me of college campuses that I have visited where the architecture is very geometric and intricate. The building itself looks as though it has been untouched and unused even though school has been in session for about a month and a half now.
This 8th grade year and my entire middle school experience was a fun time and a blast. I hope I get to experience In high school. The one question for high school is will it be a drastic change. In this bit of writing from my humanities I asked a big question.
The Mora High School cafeteria is a very familiar place to me, with it’s columns in the middle of the room, the off-white paint, and white and blue tiled floor. The cafeteria is usually a place full of a lot of kids and incredible amounts of noise. It’s nearly empty except for the four tables placed in the formation of a square near the little nook where the lunch ladies serve us food, or at least what tries to pass as food. The seats around each table are occupied by the cast of Annie celebrating the completion of their second show. The cast of Annie doesn’t even come close to filling the cafeteria, but the noise level could nearly be the same as when it’s fully filled during lunch.
The Loop of Interracial Relationships in America Throughout the book Land of Enchantment by Liza Wieland we see the development of three main characters and their battle with their individual demons. One of these characters that I really resonated with was Nancy Diamond. Nancy grew up in southeastern part of America and was a part of an interracial relationship. Anyone familiar with the geographic social dynamics of America knows that interracial relationships in the south, especially during Nancy’s time period, is a constant battle with society.
Summer was winding down and I was getting ready for school. I was kind of nervous but I felt good. I was ready to out of middle school. I heard that the upper classman were really rude to the freshman so I was nervous.
Sixth Grade So Far… It really isn’t what I thought it was going to be. I thought Sixth grade was going to be really scary and hard, but it’s not super hard even though there’s more homework than in elementary. It’s easy to get to classes on time even with just four minute Passing periods.
It was the last week of school, and Kristina was in 8th grade. Kristina couldn 't wait to be in 9th grade, but she hated that she was being bullied everyday. Kristina had cried everyday, at school during lunch, during class, after school on the way home, and at home. On the weekends she wouldn 't leave the house, because it was her only time she got away from the bullies, and she didn 't want to take a chance on being seen outside of school.