一年级新生入学须知(1100字)

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一年级新生入学须知

尊敬的家长:

您好!欢迎您的孩子来到逢沙小学,成为一名一年级新生。每一个孩子都是家庭的希望,孩子进入小学,开始了正轨教育的第一步,家长们一定既兴奋又紧张,生怕自己的孩子输在起跑线上。为此,我们总结了一些经验,家长们可以借鉴一下。 对于一年级新生来说,养成良好的习惯是最关键的:

1、作息时间:

①学生早晨7:40到校,周一有升旗仪式,周一、三、五穿校服。 ②中午11:00放学,下午到校时间为1:40,下午5:00放学。

2、接送要求:

①请家长在接送区接孩子,勿在校门口等候,以免堵塞校门,影响孩子们放学,学生能够自理,家长不必送孩子进学校、进班级。平时督促孩子养成早睡早起的好习惯,做到不迟到。有事一定要向老师电话或当面请假。

②搭城巴的孩子,家长必须亲自接送一个月,把孩子带熟。

3、文具要求:

①我们主张孩子选用实用、简单的文具,提倡用笔袋,不用铁制铅笔盒,笔袋

不能带挂件、小玩具。上学不允许带小刀、玩具、剪刀等危险性物件;水杯不要使用玻璃的、大口杯,以免发生危险,不允许带饮料或零食。

②笔袋里可放橡皮、直尺、5—6支铅笔,并贴好名字,以免丢失。

4、学习习惯要求:

①学生的学习习惯尤为重要,因此从开学的第一天起就要让您的孩子养成良好的学习习惯,学生在家中最好有固定的、专门的学习场所;给新书配好书皮。在学校未统一发放本子之前,备好拼音本和中方格各二本。

②作业的要求 “①”圈几表示几遍,P表示页码。

③家长督促孩子放学后及时、认真完成作业,同时要重视朗读、阅读、口算、认字的作业,第一学期您在监督孩子完成之后,签好名字。

5、收费要求:

孩子上学后,会有收费通知,请家长们在存折上存够金额,方便银行扣费。学校时常会发一些有关放假和安全教育的通知,家长也要和孩子一起阅读并用黑色笔签名。

6、午休午膳要求

一年级全体学生中午在校搭食,老师和家长一起叮嘱学生在校吃饭该注意哪些问题,如:饭前洗手、饭后漱口、天冷时吃饭前喝口热水、饭后先别跑、不挑食等好习惯。

7、其它要求

① 自购2套冬装2套夏装校服,回力白鞋(必须写上名字、班级)。

②带一双拖鞋、一套寝具。(最好带1.2米x1米的被子,并写好班级、姓名)

③家长的手机号码、住址更换,请告之老师,学生要记住家长的手机号码、家庭住址。

④假期学会写自己的名字,一些简单常用的汉字,学写数字0-20数字,20以内加减法。

⑤假期培养孩子读书的习惯。

⑥家长常与学校、老师沟通。(可用电话联系、面谈、家访)老师和学校要求家长能抽空配合学校的工作,希望家长能配合。

家长们,相信在您的尊重、理解和支持配合之下,我们一定会让孩子快乐、有序地开始小学生活,一起加油吧!

逢沙小学

2014-7-9


第二篇:医学院新生入学须知 5600字

医学院新生入学须知

Tips for New and Incoming Medical Students

The long-awaited first day of medical school has nearly arrived. You're about to begin a life-changing journey to become a doctor. Your mind races with the questions - can I really do this, what if I'm not smart enough, how much will I have to study and a million other things. For parents and older students with family responsibilities, there are additional concerns about balancing school and home life. Well, here are some words from the wise from past and current medical students.

Team-Up

Make friends with other classmates, start study groups, work and play together. If you're not a group kind-of-person then find at least one friend and get together a few days before a test and quiz each other. Create support groups if you can't find one. As you all dissappear off to clinical attachments in later years, the more

grounded your relationships are, the better support group you have. You might find you make some lifelong friends.

Make a Schedule that Works for You

Sure, everyone else studies at this time and that time. If you have a family do what works for you, which might be a few hours a day during the week and then all weekend. Non-traditional students do things non-traditionally - they are often very successful.

Stress Out with Friends

Try to stress out events with your medical student friends. No-one else understands as much as them. This will help minimize the stress you bring home.

Get Ahead

Get First Aid for Step 1, or other similar review guide right away and use them as you take the class. It will make step one prep easier. Check out MomMD's USMLE resources.

Don't Cram Late at Night

Especially, us 'older' students. Last minute cramming the night before the test is not a good idea. Get organized and make your life easier.

Bad Test Scores Happen

Everyone does them, especially in the first year. Don't beat yourself up about it. Understand what you did wrong and learn from the experience.

Write Notes

Especially during the clinical years. Have your residents or attending review them with you. That way you can understand all the different problems your patients might have.

Talk to Your Patients

If you have extra time, talk to your patients. Don't be afraid to ask them how it feels to be in their position. You will learn alot from seeing things from the patient's perspective and improve your

communication skills. Ask them what they know and understand of

their illnesss and treatment. You will learn about how well or poorly they have been communicated with about their situation.

Work as Part of a Team

Remember that healthcare professionals are a team. Nurses, techs and doctors all work together. Be humble and never

bad-mouth anyone. Hospital communities can be small, word gets around. Love the nurses, they might save you from a difficult

situation and help you out. They can clue you in to important patient information and fill in any blanks left by a busy resident. Treat them poorly and you might make your life very difficult!

Stick Your Nose In!

Poke around a bit. Make friends with faculty and ask them

when you need help. Keep your eyes out for an interesting research study. You might be able to get involved in some long term studies and could even get published.

Be Enthusiastic!

You worked very hard to get there. Even if you hate it, show enthusiasm.

Be Confident & Assertive

Ask questions, don't be afraid. Ask lots, ask often. What is that saying, "the only stupid question is the one you don't ask". Often staff are more forgiving with medical students 'silly questions' than those residents, use this to your benefit and ask now! Don't think you'll just look it up when you get home. Many doctors love to teach and are passionate about their specialty.

Answer questions with confidence, sounding uncertain even if you are right can make you seem 'less smart'. If you don't know the answer, guess, but guess assertively. You can never be more wrong, but you can always be less right. It's better to confidently say "the pyloric sphincter!" than "um, the uh, pyloric sphincter?" If you don't know, say that you don't know but you'd like to learn.

You will never know it all. Might as well be confident about what you do know, even if you're not positively sure it's right.

Ask to do procedures, be persistent, that might be the only time you get to do it before residency. Even if you are told that Dr. X likes to do that, keep asking, read up about the procedure and one day you'll get to do it. Have the resident walk you through. The 'quieter' students who stand in the corner often miss out on many learning opportunities.

Feeling Overwhelmed is Normal

Sometimes training is completely overwhelming. Virtually everyone will feel overwhelmed at some stage.

Enjoy the Simple Pleasures

Find one thing, however small, that you can still do each day. Relish and enjoy it. It might be a cup of coffee or reading the paper, whatever makes you feel relaxed and like yourself.

Be 'Well-Rounded'

Join organizations, get involved, get to know people. Keep up your extra-curriculars, residency applications will be right around

the corner. Keep a running list of all your extra activities, comes in very handy at application time.

You Can and Will Have a Life

You will adjust to the workload and you will have a life. It won't be all study, study, study. Most of all, have FUN.

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