Process Essay

The majority of the student population within the United States is forced on a daily basis to endure the dangerous and potentially fatal halls of their high schools. Most make it out alive… but as for the others, defeat is inevitable due to the insufficient training on crucial techniques for navigating through those hostile hallways. This manual’s sole purpose is to increase the number of survivors, and to relinquish the ever lingering doubt of “whether or not I will make it to my next period!”

A Few Quick, But Never the Less Imperative, Tips:
1.   Follow a taller person than yourself; people tend to cower away from intimidating giants towering over top of them. This will create adequate hallway maneuvering room for you.
2. Stay with the flow. Don’t Stop or turn around. A hall is like an assembly line; if one part is halted the whole unit is corrupted and destined for chaos!
3. Make friends with your teachers. This is useful if you ever find the hallways particularly unbearable grab a pass and beat the rush or come after the rush.
4. Plan ahead. Find the hallways that are the least congested; in other words, avoid the “make out alleys” and the all excruciating “lollygaggers’ lane.”
The above four tips are general; however, you are going to need to know more to survive these perilous passages. The following are more in depth strategies to assist you in distinguishing which line of attack you should use with any “road block” you may happen come across.


          Weaving is the most passive, aggressive way to navigate through a hallway. Weaving will also be the most utilized of all these techniques because it is always the initial plan of action unless extra measures are necessary. Weaving is a method in which you avoid all traffic by quickly darting down the hallway as fast as you possibly can without harming any passersby. Like many skills this expertise takes a bit of practice to be satisfyingly efficient. Complete concentration is...