do urban adolescents “bounce back” from the negative impact of the transition into junior high school?
these results suggest the utility of universal prevention 0 promotion interventions for the risky transition to junior high school.
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the mean age of participants was 64 years, 88% were married, 66% had junior high school or lower education.
using this to estimate the number of exposed people, the attack rates are still low (6.3 % in elementary school and 0.9 % in junior high school).
high school students and adults include far more present tense statements in their narratives than grade school and junior high school children.
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year 7 in a junior high school is aged updating.
this would correspond to the study methods used since junior high school, and indicates the strength of these learned study habits.
trumpet, have you played it since junior high school?
one is for junior high school and another is for college degree (or more).
description and assessment of language disabilities of junior high school students.
thus, in terms of self-esteem, on average, the transition to junior high school appears to be a riskier normative ecological transition than the transition into senior high school.
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on the other hand, the transition from junior high school to senior high school does not seem to provoke a reliable change in the pattern of self-esteem.
thus, a central question addressed in many school transition studies is whether self-esteem declines across the transition from elementary school to middle school or junior high school.
we then turn to how language policy gets played out in the classroom in team-teaching situations that are commonly found at the high school and junior high school level.
the developmental mismatch hypothesis was anchored in the data and experiences of youth making the transition from elementary school to middle school or junior high school.
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