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How to Handle Your Teacher



How to Handle Your Teacher
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 5 to 12
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.58

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    merciful, enrich, disrespectful, rumor, writing, knowing, serious, expectation, gain, report, properly, however, language, such, expect, fussy


How to Handle Your Teacher
By Brenda B. Covert
  

1     Teachers may be silly or serious, merciful or maddening, funny or fussy. No two are exactly the same. However, all have two things in common. 1) They want to enrich your life with wisdom. 2) They have lives outside the classroom, just as you do. Knowing that, what can you do to get along with your teachers?
 
2     If you handle your teacher correctly, you will have a better classroom experience. You will earn your teacher's respect. Your teacher may agree to help you in special ways, such as writing a letter to explain why you should be accepted for a job or for college. If you are unfairly accused of doing something wrong at school, that teacher may come to your defense. A good report from a teacher helps you even after you are out of school. It makes sense to do your best in class - your future may be better for it!
 
3     The following steps will help you to handle your teacher properly:

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