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Writing for College Readiness
Grade 9 Self Discovery & Academic Strengths
We are going to begin the college preparation process for grade 9 with a look at self discovery and academic strengths. This class is appropriate for ages 14-16.
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The college preparation process for grade 9 begins with a look at self discovery and academic strengths. We will discuss several easy ways that students can begin to discover how they can include their personality profile in their search for an appropriate major in college and later a career that brings them joy. Students take the test, discuss if they see themselves in the results and where they feel differently, then think about how any elements of the personality test that they identify...
Students will improve their understanding of themselves. They will encounter a wide selection of potential academic courses and extracurricular activities that they might wish to pursue in high school in preparation for career or college.
Annie Edwards has for nearly four decades been a teacher, administrator, and mentor in an independent school setting. She grew up in Maine. Most recently, Annie served as the Director of University Guidance at Beijing City International School in Beijing, China. She designed and delivered a college prep program for grades 9-12 and presented workshops on topics including course selection, exploring extracurricular activities, individual student self discovery, creating the college list, studying in the US and abroad, as well as the entire college search and application process. Prior to that post, Annie resided in upstate New York in the U.S where she served as the Associate Director of College Guidance, Academic Director and Advisor of the Community service program. She also taught French, English and psychology. Annie holds a bachelor's degree from St. Lawrence University, a master's degree from Middlebury College, a Certificate in College Counseling from UCLA, and is currently pursuing a second master’s degree in international school counseling.
NA- students will take a free online personality test.
N/A. Students will likely be motivated to continue learning more about themselves.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
College Guidance, French, English, & Psychology Specialist
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
81 total reviews
204 completed classes
Hello! My name is Annie Edwards. I have been a teacher, administrator, and mentor in an independent school setting for nearly four decades. I have a BA from St. Lawrence University, a MA from Middlebury College, and a Certificate in College...