First days frustration
A. Hook: 80 % of international students feel frustrated in their first days outside of their country.
B. Connecting Information: The first day outside your country are hard, frustrating and sometimes scary and sad.
C. Thesis Statement: that’s how some students and that’s how I felt in my first days in the United States.
A. Pa 2 topic sentence: this was the first time for me in a place that I don’t know anyone in, and it was hard.
1. I didn’t know where to go to eat (buy grocery, hospital downtown)
2. I didn’t have anyone to talk with (friends, new people)
3. Transition: this was kind of terrifying for me but I tried to take care of it.
B. Pa 3 topic sentence: I started to ask classmates and school office.
1. I was frustrated that some people didn’t understand me.
2. Some people couldn’t help me.
3. Transition: I felt bad that it was hard for me to communicate with some people.
C. Pa 3 topic sentence: I started to get over it and know places and go to places.
1. I started to have friends.
2. I knew how to go to places that I needed
3. Transition: I fell better that I know how to do things and every was clear.
D. Pa 4 topic sentence: I felt that I can do and get what I needed and that there are people that need help.
1. Talk with the office to work
2. Help students and being familiar with places around me more.
3. Transition: I felt happy that I can help people with the same problem that I had.
I love helping people and felt that I made something good.
The first day frustration
Eighty percent of international students feel frustrated in their first days outside of their country. The first day outside your country is hard, frustrating and sometimes scary and sad. Even sometimes they want to return and give up the first day in a foreign country....
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