First, how about my new partner? My partner this year is a 6th grader (Newbie) named Dylan. From what I could tell over the week, Dylan is a pretty quite guy, but I know that he is open to learn. He listens to what I say, does what I ask, and best of all, doesn't question my authority. (That last one was a joke if you can't sense sarcasm) He saved my skin when we were giving out ideas for our projects, mine apparently wasn't good enough, so Dylan stepped in with an idea that made the cut by a long shot. I think that he'll be a good partner if I can get him to open up a bit.
Next, we showed the new kids how to run the Morning Announcements. I was assigned in the room with the cameras and where they actually announce, so I didn't have as much heavy lifting as the kids in the Tech room. That also means that I don't know what they learned or how they learned it, so that leaves me cautious. I THINK I did I good job teaching the kids in my room what to do, it really all comes down to how they listened to what I said, but all in all, It wasn't I big challenge for my POV.
Lastly, I got to reunite with (almost) all my friends fro last year. A lot of you know this, but during the summer I basically locked myself in my room playing video games, so meeting people again was... an... experience. nah, it was nice to meet all my old friends all take the title of the "Big dog" or the "Big Kahuna." I already made friends with a lot of new kids too. In and out of Media. We are all going on the camping trip in Kokee, to "bond," and i'm going, even though it's during my birthday, so I'm looking forward to getting closer to the new kids.
In conclusion, that is how my first week on this year went at CKTV. I am looking forward to reading your guys' blogs, especially the new kids, see how they are liking media so far, because boy, there isn't any word out there that can describe what CKTV is like.