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I still could guide the discourse and tasks toward what I thought needed to be accomplished, but capitalizing on these opportunities and leaving other tasks I had planned unﬁnished did markedly improve student involvement. It encouraged the kinds of interactions more typical of what students could expect during the school year, thus helping me realize my goal in a way I hadn’t considered. This type of interaction also encouraged me to be more spontaneous, inquisitive, and even humorous at times.
The 9 . . The First Day of School: A Reﬂective Narrative Analysis 31 Teacher: So you counted up from this (6) to this number (9)? Loni: You need to add one year because it is an 8 and not a 9. Teacher: Uh, ha. So you went up 3 tens and then add one to that 3 tens because it’s 1999. Then 31 is what you got. OK, that is one way to do it. Other ideas? How did you do it? Kurt: It was 37. Teacher: You thought it was 37. How did you get that? Kurt: I don’t know. Students: (Laughter) Teacher: One thing we will talk about or the thing you will learn about being in ﬁfth grade is that when we talk about stuff in class .
There are pedagogical strategies that could assist in lessening the tensions between numerous legitimate aims for the ﬁrst day of school, including establishing classroom procedures and rules, telling students about myself as a teacher, and showing what ﬁfth grade would be like. The ﬁrst day will probably never be an event about which teachers are calm or self-assured, but the process of researching the event can strengthen awareness of why it is so often a troublesome occurrence. While there are no deﬁnitive answers, because of the personal beliefs or goals of individual teachers and the ever changing contexts in which they work, teachers empowered through critical reﬂection can take action to improve the ﬁrst day of school for themselves and their students.