Saturday, February 1, 2014

Student Slang 102 | EdCentrist

Student Slang 102 | EdCentrist:

Student Slang 102

As a follow-up to the first version, here are a few more slang words and phrases that students use throughout the school day:

jonin: This term has replaced “dissin’ / dissing” from yesteryear’s slang.
Student-to-student: “Your sneakers are dirty.”
Student reply: “I know you’re not jonin’!

dry: This term describes something or someone that’s boring.
Scenario: A student walks into a classroom to ask a teacher something. Upon entering, the student looks around and notices that everyone is working. The student may say aloud, “this