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Levels of school and how they will affect you!

Levels of school and how they will affect you!

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  • 1. Education and its Importance By: Erin D. 3/31/08 Franklin High School
  • 2. Levels of School
    • First you start off going to Day-School or Day-Care where you practice your basics.
    • Then you go to Elementary or Grade School for grades Pre-K. to 5 th Grade.
    • After that comes middle school which generally ranges from 6 th -8 th grade or junior high which can be 6 th to 9 th grade
    • Shortly after that high school begins where you will go to complete the rest of the grades up to grade 12.
    • College is a vital step to your overall education for the next four years.
    • When you complete college Graduate school is a good option as well as law school or medical school depending on the field you wish to go into as a career.
  • 3. Day-School
    • This is where you practice getting along with others and learning to work with others for the rest of your life.
    • You also practice playing, coloring, maybe your counting and alphabet.
  • 4. Elementary School
    • This where you begin learning math, to read, to write and you become more independent.
    • Eventually You will have all your basics covered.
    • You know all the basics in math and can read and write simple English.
  • 5. Middle School
    • Math gets a little more complicated such as Geometry, Pre-Algebra, or Algebra.
    • Your papers to write are a little bit longer with more information.
    • The books you read have more pages and bigger words that you may have to look up or ask someone what they mean.
    • For the most part you continue building on the same material you started with in Day-School.
  • 6. High School
    • High School is when it really starts getting tough. The courses get higher and higher.
    • You sometimes have to do work in other languages not just the one you are used to.
    • You have to take some classes that you don’t really like or want to take so that you can learn new things and have more options for after school.
  • 7. College
    • College is very similar to High School. Now, however you are living on your own and there is no one to make you go to class
    • No one will bother you to do your homework.
    • If you miss work or don’t understand unfortunately it is all up to you to find and ask your teachers who are now called Professors at this level.
  • 8. Graduate Schools
    • If you decide you want to become a lawyer or go into some sort of legal or government profession, law school is often the best idea to prepare you for the challenges you could face in your career.
    • Medical school can help you to decide if you really want to be a doctor and if you can handle it, then it will prepare you for what you may face.
    • Other graduate schools just further prepare you for the career of your choice. They give you practice and help to make sure you have the knowledge you will need.
  • 9. Question #1
    • Learning to work with others is taught to you when?
        • Middle School
        • Law School
        • Through your entire education process
  • 10.
    • Not Quite!
    • Try
    • Again!
  • 11.
    • YOU
    • GOT
    • IT!
  • 12. Question #2
    • What level do you learn Pre-Algebra at?
          • Day-School
          • Middle School
          • Medical School
  • 13. Question #3
    • If you want to be a lawyer what level do you have to go up to?
          • Law School
          • Graduate School
          • College
  • 14. One Last Question!
    • Which is the correct order or school levels?
          • Day-Care, Elementary, Middle, College, High, & Graduate
          • Day-Care, Elementary, Middle, High, College, & Graduate
          • Day-Care, Elementary, High, Middle, Graduate, & College