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Table of Contents 2 Introduction Chapter 1 6 Ready, Set, Go! 8 Getting Ready for Day One 16 Living Through Day One Chapter 2 29 Teachers and Classes 32 So Many Teachers . . . 36 Why Don't My Teachers Care if I Fail? 38 So Many Subjects . . . 00 So Many Multiple Choice Questions, So Little Time . . . Chapter 3 00 Click, Ring, Download 00 Computers 00 Cell Phones 00 Portable Music Players and Personal Digital Assistants 00 Technology Dos and Don'ts Chapter 4 59 Extracurriculars 62 Why Should I Sign Up? 64 How Do I Get Involved? 65 What Kind of Activities Are Out There? 76 What if My School Doesn't Have an Extracurricular Activity for Me? 80 But I'd Rather Be Making Some Money . . . Chapter 5 85 Friends, Cliques, Crushes, and Other Social Stuff 88 Friends 98 Cliques: What Are They, and Why Do People Join Them? 100 Crushing 108 Cool Style Chapter 6 115 Why Are My Parents Still Treating Me Like a Baby? 118 Why Won't My Parents Let Go? 120 How Can I Get Some Privacy? 122 How Do I Gain My Parents' Trust? 132 Conclusion
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Middle school students -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
Middle school students -- United States -- Conduct of life -- Juvenile literature.