Our classes always starts at 8.15, but students are usually much earlier in the bulding, doing their homewok if they didn't have time day before, and chating with friends. First subject is polish. Everyone is afraid of this lesson, because Mrs. Zielińska is asking few students at every classes, and you never know who will be next. First lesson finish at 9.00 and we have short, five-minutes break. Then we start another lesson - Art - which is one of my favourites subjects. Students the most like the Art teacher - Mrs. Goldecka, because she is friendly and At the same time she is still strick - just like every teacher should be. She leads her lessons with passion, making them really intresting. After Mrs. Goldecka's classes we have ten-minutes break. In second break students are eating their breakfast, if they get up to late and didn't have time in the morning. The third lesson which starts at 10.00. Is Physicist with Mrs. Maciejewska. She works at our school about 30 years. She is very proffesional teacher, with good expierence, but the truth is that she is also very strick, and students are usually really nervous before her classes. When the lesson finish everybody relax at the ten-minutes break. The fourth lesson is Math. After this classes we have first fiveteen-minutes dinner break for first and second class students. Not everyone is eating dinner at the school. The rest who don't , have own sandwiches or money to buy something in the school shop. The fifth lesson is chemistry with young teacher Mr. Parzydełko. He is just after university and he has creativ ideas how to Interest students. After his lesson we have the second fiveteen-minutes dinner break for third class students. On this break I am having dinner with my friends. The starter is a soup, then we get meal - usually it's a meat or fish with some potatoes. On Fridays we get pasta or eggs. For drink we have fresh juice and for the desser fruits. After the great dinner we have sixth lesson - English. English teacher, Mrs. Bosska, is Tutor of my class. She is older women with amazing sense of humour. At her lesson students are feeling comfortable. English is my favourite lesson, I don't have to study hard, and I have good marks. English finish at 13.40 and we have the five-minutes break before the last lesson - P.
E. Our P.E. teacher, Mrs. Malutki is a very strick person. After her lessons we are really tired. Only girls have classes with Mrs. Malutki. Boys have it with Mr. Antoniak, who is not strick at all, and they can wherever they like. Every lesson starts with jogging which is a horror for a half of us , unless we have classes in power station. Then we play a short match. Sometimes it's volleyball - which i really hate, basketball, hockey, table tennis or football. In the end of the classes we have some athletic activities. Then, tired we are having a shower and finishing our school day. If in the next day we don't have any exams, we are going together to cinema, park or pizzeria.
* Wszystkie nazwiska nauczycieli są zmyślone.
Przydatna praca?TakNieDodaj komentarz
Compared to high school, a typical college day is a lot less structured. Classes don’t happen on a set schedule, and each day can be different, depending on how you set up your schedule. Some days you might have one class, other days you might have four in a row. Meals aren’t scheduled like they are in high school, and sometimes you’ll have class during lunch. But, at its most typical, what does a college day look like?
On Wednesday, my first class begins at 9, so I make sure I’m up and ready for the day by 8:50. In high school, I had to be up by 6:30, but for some reason 8:50 feels even more difficult than that. But, I drag myself with my half-closed eyes up to class, which ends by 10. I have a lot of free time between classes, and my next class starts at 11, giving me an hour to get breakfast or get started on my homework.
My 11 o’clock ends at noon, giving me a couple of hours before my 3:30 lecture. During that time, I usually pick up lunch, then go up to my room and get some more work done before I head out to class again. After class, I’ll go out to get dinner with my friends, then I’ll work on more homework before curling up with some Netflix.
A lot more of college is spent doing work than I expected. Although I have a lot of free time, I have to manage it wisely to balance the workload from all of my classes. I spend so much time at the library, I even have a favorite armchair. Doing the work during the day though, allows me to go to sleep before midnight, which is really good for my mental health.
The additional free time can be overwhelming at first. For the first week of school, I probably watched way too much Netflix and did way too little work. I still do that now, sometimes. It can be difficult to prioritize and stop procrastinating when you feel like you have so much time to do what you need to do.
Another thing that’s different in college, at least for me, is that you have to schedule time to do your laundry. It’s easier to do your laundry during the week, when more people are in class, and more washing machines are open. Some colleges have apps that show you when the best time to do your laundry is, which is really helpful, because otherwise you have to arrange your time around when you have to move your clothes.
Weekends, though, my schedule opens up, though some people have infinitely more exciting lives than me. Friday nights are movie nights, and my campus, like most schools, shows movies for cheap at the on-campus theater. On the weekends, my friends and I take the buses around town, attending our school’s Quidditch games, or just going to Wal-Mart and Starbucks for some grocery shopping and caffeine refuel.
A typical college day can include a lot of time not spent in class, but that doesn’t mean that the time is not spent working. But, that’s not to say that there isn’t time for what you enjoy either! Managing your time is the most important part of college, and the most important to success.
Need Money to Pay for College?
Every semester, Fastweb helps thousands of students pay for school by matching them to scholarships, grants, and internships, for which they actually qualify. You'll find high value scholarships like VIP Voice's $5,000 Scholarship, and easy to enter scholarships like Niche $2,000 No Essay Scholarship, and internships with companies like Apple, Google, Dreamworks, and even NASA!
Join today to get matched to scholarships or internships for you!