Table of Contents
- 1 What do you do if you fancy your teacher?
- 2 Is it OK to have a crush on my teacher?
- 3 What’s the best way to annoy your teacher?
- 4 What to do if your teacher asks you to face the wall?
- 5 How can observing other teachers improve your teaching?
- 6 What makes a teacher not like a student?
- 7 Is it bad for a teacher to have parents?
- 8 What makes a parent hate a teacher so much?
- 9 Is there such a thing as a farewell to a teacher?
What do you do if you fancy your teacher?
How to Handle an Embarrassing Crush on a Teacher …
- 1 Don’t Even Think about Acting on It.
- 2 Respect Your Teacher’s Position.
- 3 It’s Normal – Teachers Can Be Cute!
- 4 Keep It to Yourself, or Everyone Will Know.
- 5 Don’t Take It out on Your Teacher.
- 6 Focus on Your Work, and Don’t Get Distracted by Your Crush.
Is it OK to have a crush on my teacher?
It is definitely normal to have crushes on teachers. If you’re having the urge to act on your crush or to let your teacher know, then that can be a problem. As you know, a relationship between you and your teacher is not possible. It is, in fact, illegal, for very good reasons.
What’s the best way to annoy your teacher?
Pretend like your pencils are drumsticks and the heads of your classmates in front of you are cymbals. Do not bring a pencil/pen during an exam and borrow one from the teacher. Draw a smiley face on your test paper and try to talk to it. Tell a very personal story while you are just reciting.
What to do if your teacher asks you to face the wall?
If by any chance your teacher penalizes you by asking you to “face the wall”, talk with the wall like you’re really having a conversation with it. Stand on your chair and dance wackily. Gather your stuff and make preparations to leave 10 minutes before the class actually ends.
How can observing other teachers improve your teaching?
1 Regularly observe peers and more experienced teachers 2 Observe as much as I could through video – including excerpts of my own teaching 3 Keep up with English Language Teaching (ELT) news online, through websites such as the British Council’s TeachingEnglish site
What makes a teacher not like a student?
Contrary to what you might think, teachers don’t like brown-noses, suck-ups, or annoying tattle-tales. The person in your class you think is the “teacher’s pet” according to the students is probably not most teacher’s favorite student.
Is it bad for a teacher to have parents?
While I am thrilled to meet my new students, I am equally nervous about meeting their parents. I am not alone in this sentiment. Teachers I know consistently list students as the best part of teaching and their parents as the worst part of teaching. Don’t get me wrong.
What makes a parent hate a teacher so much?
I’m not sure what happened in the past to make this parent hate teachers, but the hatred is real. This parent believes that this is a fall-back job or that I only took it because I get the summers off. Or worse, she thinks that I have it in for her student and that I spend time creating ways to make them suffer.
Is there such a thing as a farewell to a teacher?
It is made from the excellent education imparted by teachers like you. Farewell. 10) There’s no such thing as goodbyes and farewells when it comes to teachers… because their teachings forever stay in their student’s minds and hearts.