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Make Middle-Schoolers Cool with School Success

$2.95Author(s): John H. Bishop, Marcia Bishop

A boy in seventh grade may know that popularity requires that he not pay attention and talk in class, not heed the teacher, make jokes all day, and goof around. Still, he might prefer being a nerd, because he doesn’t like doing all that and chooses to act as he wants, not to be bad. But by the start of eighth grade, he may be fed up with being pushed around and decide to change, deliberately defying adult authority, not associating openly with his nerdy friends, and picking fights with younger students. At the end of eighth grade, he might say everyone likes him and he’s among the top 10 popular kids.

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