Nervous in school
It's been my first week in Christian Private school , 11th grade. Let be honest, My English is not good, I'm not Christian. But study in this school is my only choice. I'm always scared and nervous in class, especially Bible class, because whatever they discuss, I don't understand anything. When teacher asked me " What is Bible ( IMO ) ?" I just said " I don't know anything" ( in my freaking accent) , such a embarrassed moment. The other classes just like that, when they say something about religion I dont know anything. I'm worry that I'll fail Bible class, and other classes will be bad too.
Additional question : What is " Bible Class Chapel Notes" , the teacher give me that paper, we have to fill in Name Date Subject Speaker Scripture then Sumary(3-5 sens) and Personal Reflection(5-10 sens). I have no idea how to do it.
Its hard for anyone to start a new school no matter what country your in or what language you speak, if there is anything you dont understand or need to know just ask the teachers thats what they are there for. Im sure in time this will pass and you will be very happy, good luck
dont bother about your accent you can learn english many people learn english as a second language and if they manage to do it you can do it to,about bible i cant give you advice cause im christian and dont know your religion but bible is a very powerful,meaningful book where is written about god and jesus christ,i think its good to read bible.
I'm a Christian too and i've never heard of an actual school where the school teaches Relgion UNLESS it's a Bible school like Sunday Class or something. Are you talking about your actual highschool where you have English, Math, History, Etc? And if you're not Religious why are you in this school? But just because you're not Religious doesn't mean you can't learn it and pass. But it's just weird that you' have gone to a Religious school yet you're not Religious. I don't no. Hang in there it's tough enough that English isn't your first language so work at one thing at a time. You'll eventually get it.