First City Student Life
Because I was afraid of getting here late, I did come several minutes before the start of classes. It gave me the time to review for my upcoming quizzes plus it helped me accomplish my Six Facets of Understanding, six questions that requires higher order thinking skills.
"Good morning teacher! Welcome to our friendly and active classhome," the class suddenly stood up chanting. The teacher replied with a smile and the same greetings. The class sits down and learning takes place.
It isn't so hard to understand the lessons if we are just really paying attention. Learning is so easy when both teachers and students are exerting efforts to gain knowledge from one another.
After the discussion, the teacher asked us to fall in line as we leave the room.
One of the happiest parts of being a student takes place during break times. Luckily, we have a variety of choices available for us - you just have to pick which color. Red, Yellow, Orange or Green? These are the colors of different stalls to buy food and drinks. Each of them has distinct characteristics that can distinguish it from others, giving the students a lot of options to choose from.
Ooops. In case of emergency…
If you forget to bring your assignment or your art materials, you can easily call for help. It is allowed to bring your cellular phones for emergency purposes. But, it is only allowed to be used in the garden or in the waiting area so it will not distract the students from their class activities.
The day soon comes to an end. You see the janitress clean the hallways. However, there are still students who remain at school. They are the ones preparing for upcoming contests or those who undergo different trainings provided by the school. Aside from being academically excellent, they are also given the chance to get more.
Ha! Finally, a school day ends. It may be tiring, but satisfying. Nothing is more fulfilling than knowing that you are learning more each day, and having fun without compromising your safety.
With a single tap - this marks the end of yet another fulfilling day at First City Providential College, a place where learning and having fun are synonymous.
The screen flashes my picture and information and the word "out." I cannot wait to spend another day of my campus life in FCPC.
By: Adrian Paul L. Yosa