Well your smart and cool a really rare combination but remember first impression is last impression I'm not trying to let you down but you don't know if your going to be smart at 7th grade or not. So don't get overexcited or else you would jinx it. So if you want to make a good impression on your teachers then you should just be quiet and listen to what the teacher is telling you it will help you in your tests, exams, homework, quizzes and real life
Learn when its a good time to talk and when you shouldn't. First impressions in school before college doesn't really matter, teachers will quickly see the real you, no matter what their first impression they have of you.
Unless they place you in alphabetical order, sit at the front. Or ask the teacher for a front desk. Sitting at the front keeps you focused and if you do start to talk then the teacher will set you straight in the begining.Other than that just be yourself and don't try to hard...
AND REMEMBER TO SMILE! TEACHERS SENSE FEAR!
Speaking as a retired teacher who still volunteers in the schools (including 7th grade)...
Arrive on time with books, pencils, paper, and whatever. Try not to present the instructor with any problems.
Sitting near the front doesn't hurt.
Your dress, speech, questions, and classroom behavior should convey a sense of respect for yourself and a respect for the teacher.
Take notes. Even if you are writing down what you already know, the activity will keep you alert, and what you write down will be remembered long after what you have only heard.
Talking too much? Few teachers object because a student speaks for three minutes when a one-minute answer would have done, but most object to you talking to a friend. Even if you are not disturbing the class, you are showing disrespect for the subject and the instructor.
Yes, in the seventh grade your instructors will get to know you, but first impressions last a long while.
Sit close to the front if you can. COME PREPARED and be on time. Teachers love student who are ready to learn. Learn to participate in class but know when to hold back a little. No one likes a suck up.
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