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    you are really strange. I feel that you are talking about me in my lessons. I have always been dreaming of teaching; it is very funny but it needs hard working to be a good teacher who can deal with almost almost all of j\his or her students. thanks for your reply, friend

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    friend, you will never be able to find all parents helpful t you. But we do have to be calm enough to deal with our lovely students. thanks for the reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salem_tuweiq View Post
    Hello friends!
    To both students and teachers: please help each other to have an interesting class as much as it is possible. When both teacher and student are happy and interested in the class they are involved in, the class will pass quickly and it would easier for the student to understand what his teacher is trying to teach him. Teachers, try to be both strict and kind with your students. Then you'll be happier with the results you get.

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    Yes, I am. I think I am giving this tip out of my own experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by salem_tuweiq View Post
    Hello, I do have a piece of advice to give you. I taught in a secondary school. The boys and girls I taught were of 13 and 14 years old. they were so prejudice at the beginning, so i performed being so ,too. I was kind to them, very kind. some acted well, others were so rude, so I decided to show them my teeth. If you find some one who tries to show himself up, don't let him down and don't make yourself happy about what he did. in order not to give him the chance to repeat it again. for your student who teaches his brothers to misbehave, keep giving him advices even if he doesn't listen to. About his other brothers, keep praising them and try to encourage them to take the excellent inlike him who keeps taking good or bad. Keep checking the exercises you give them to find the chance to give them theses excellents, Goods a,d Bads. The topics you are teaching them should all be about topics they interest in, and they should talk about some morals they lack or they need to increase. you know what I mean? I wish you go on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by salem_tuweiq View Post
    hello, I do have a piece of advice to give you. I tought in a secondary school. the boys and girls I tought were of 13 and 14 years old.
    Hello! I do have a piece of advice to give you. I taught in a secondary school. The boys and girls I taught were 13 and 14 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salem_tuweiq View Post
    they were so prejudice at the beginning, so i performed being so ,too. I was kind to them, very kind. some acted well, others were so rude, so I decided to show them my teeth. If you find some one who tries to show himself up, don't let him down and don't make yourself happy about what he did. in order not to give him the chance to repeat it again. for your student who teaches his brothers to misbehave, keep giving him advices even if he doesn't listen to. About his other brothers, keep praising them and try to encourage them to take the excellent inlike him who keeps taking good or bad. Keep checking the exercises you give them to find the chance to give them theses excellents, Goods a,d Bads. The topics you are teaching them should all be about topics they interest in, and they should talk about some morals they lack or they need to increase. you know what I mean? I wish you go on.
    What does that mean?

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    Especially, what is meant by:
    Some acted well, others were rude, so I decided to show them my teeth.

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    Indeed, I didn't get the idea you are talking about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by salem_tuweiq View Post
    you are really strange. I feel that you are talking about me in my lessons. I have always been dreaming of teaching; it is very funny but it needs hard working to be a good teacher who can deal with almost almost all of j\his or her students. thanks for your reply, friend
    "You are very strange" would not be considered a compliment by most people.

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