How To Be A Successful Stallion
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7 steps to being a successful middle school student

7 steps to being a successful middle school student

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  • 1. SEVEN STEPS TO BEING A SUCCESSFUL STALLION!
  • 2. BELIEVE IN YOURSELF
    • Think about the talents and skills you have.
    • Set goals you believe you can accomplish.
    • Tell yourself, “I can do this!”
  • 3. BE ORGANIZED
    • Use your agenda every day.
    • Use folders for your work.
    • Know a classmate’s # or teacher’s website.
    • Keep your locker and backpack neat.
    • Organize before you go to bed.
  • 4. MANAGE YOUR TIME WELL
    • Use your class time well. Start homework if your teacher allows it.
    • Plan a time and place to study each day.
    • Estimate the time for each of your assignments and do the longest first.
  • 5. DO YOUR BEST IN THE CLASSROOM
    • Know your teachers and their rules.
    • Come to class prepared every day.
    • Sit where you will pay attention.
    • Always do your homework.
    • Participate in class.
    • Be a good group member.
  • 6. TAKE GOOD NOTES
    • Be an active listener.
    • Listen for clues in your teacher’s voice.
    • Take notes that are easy to read.
    • Go over your notes from the day EACH night.
    • Get a copy of the class notes if you are absent.
  • 7. STUDY SMART
    • Find a good place to study.
    • Get started, don’t put it off until later.
    • Know your learning style.
    • Organize your study time.
    • Drink WATER while you study.
  • 8. GET HELP WHEN YOU NEED IT
    • Talk to your teacher about it.
    • Make an appointment with the counselor.
    • Don’t be afraid to talk to your principal.
    • Talk to your parents when you get home.
    • Don’t wait, talk to SOMEONE!