Teacher Professor

August 20, 2010

Ray’s First Day of School Homework

Filed under: Schools — Teacher Professor @ 12:38 pm

The First Day of School is now history!  Please answer the following questions as thoroughly and descriptively as you can.  Remember to use complete sentences!

When I entered the room this morning, I felt…

I felt good.  My tummy felt good.  He explained to me that “Normally, my tummy hurts when I go somewhere new.  It didn’t today.”

My classroom is…

My classroom is hot.  Well, it IS August in South Georgia- it’s hot. It’s VERY hot…

I met a new friend today named…

I met Eric.  Eric?  Who’s Eric?  In response to my nosiness, he said “I just made it up.  I can’t remember the new kid.”

What did you learn about your teacher today?

She’s nice.  Way to suck up and make a good impression, kid…

This year, I’m excited that I’ll be learning…

I’m excited to learn algebra.  Yay!  That’s my Math Genius Kid!

I want to know…

I want to know what’s on the CRCT. 

One of my goals for this year is…

I want to pass the CRCT.  THE test that we struggled with last year- nothing like building anxiety from Day One… sigh. 

I was surprised when…

I was surprised we got homework. Ok, I guffawed when I read this- there’s  that sly sense of humor in his writing…

Questions I still have…

What’s algebra?   Oh well…

…And so we’ve begun third grade. 



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