While some freshmen may have had one or two high school level classes in 8th grade, the 9th-grade year can plunge them into a new world of expectations and experiences, including finals week.
This lesson provides a framework for you to discuss final exams and to prepare students for this strenuous academic experience.
- What are final exams?
- What’s the big deal? How do final exams impact me?
- Tips for Survival and Success
- Review of Upcoming Exam Schedule
- Time Management Planning Activity
Learning Objectives – The students will:
- Learn what final exams are and how these tests impact a student’s grades and future
- Learn strategies to lower stress and maximize success on final exams
- Learn and practice relaxation techniques
- Make preparations and plans for final exam studying
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Freshman Finals Survival Guide Package
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