Wednesday, November 13, 2013

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What teachers really want to tell parents

In "What Teachers Really Want to Tell Parents" by Ron Clark explains the fact that teachers are feeling abused because of the parents of their students. The average teacher nowadays only teaches for four and a half years before throwing in the towel. Many of these teacher say that the main reason for their quitting is because of the parents. Parents need to realize that the teacher does not try to get their kid into trouble.  "What Teachers Really Want to Tell Parents" by Ron Clark shows that parents don't always know whats right.
This article  was disgusting. Parents are so ignorant to the fact that a teacher wont lie to you about your kid. This is crazy. The fact that parents will ask for a witness if their kid does something bad and the teacher says they did is outrageous. This will ruin the hope of anyone becoming a teacher because of the thought that you could be treated badly by the parents of a student. Parents need to realize that they may be ruining the hope and dreams of those who look forward to becoming a teacher a some point. "What Teachers Really Want to Tell Parents" by Ron Clark shows that teacher jobs are a lot harder than we think. 

18 comments:

  1. Good start, but needs to be fully written out. I will be interested to see what you have to say.

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  2. I liked how you connected to us as a class. good job

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  3. good start. confusing question short didn't seem prepared.

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  4. Good opening question and good ending question

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  5. Nice question at the beginning.

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  6. I like your question. But it felt kinda short. Good questions.

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  7. Good presentation. Interesting questions. Good job!

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  8. nice attention opener, a little confusing presentation but good overall, good discussion

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  9. Good questions and good job being prepared

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  10. weird question. You lost me on it.

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  11. Great job and points and put more thought into final question

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  12. Way too short. I didn't really catch the main body of your presentation, just the beginning and ending questions. Maybe try to elaborate more on your opinion of Clark's article?

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  13. Longer presentation? Really short more movement ment

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  14. Where is your properly written topic sentence for your response? You need the title, author, point you are making and a why? Then use at least two to three examples to support what you are saying.

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