Thesis statement: My first day at school as a stranger was really creepy. Outline: 1.

Introduction -My first day at school as a stranger was really creepy. -I don’t know anyone at the class. 2. Meeting with new people -I met people which was really different than my primary school friends 3. Transitional to the new school -I didn’t know science languages in English because I am in bilingual class. -The creepy English teacher who I want to slap her face. 4. Conclusion The Creepy Day My first day at school as a stranger was really creepy. Have you ever been in this situation? Well, I’m not sure if you’ve been in this situation. This was happened when I entered junior high school which my primary school friends didn’t enter this school and I only knew some people but they were not in my class. I met people which was really different than my primary school friends. There were short people, tall people, big people, fat people, even from different ethnics however Chinese is the ethnic majority in my class. I remembered the first person I met who sat right next to me, he’s Viriya, was a nerd guy. I only talked with him few sentences because I rarely meet new people and directly talk to them. My old school and my junior high school were completely different. From the way the teacher punishes until how my friends do. I didn’t understand anything at first because I haven’t learned mathematics or other science subjects in English and that made my report card scores were bad at the first mid-semester. I also sometimes don’t like how my teacher required all the students to talk each other using English and it was really really creepy. I only talked English when she came. I just want to slap her face no matter how she would punish me.

I can make friends with them and now I have many friends.Okay that’s how I felt. . It was really creepy during the first month but thank God.

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