Ninety eight percent of kids on America and in the world spend the first eighteen years of their lives between the two homes; their house, and their school. And if you think about it, a student actually spends more time at school than at home on a school day, five days a week, 9 months a year. Because most of the time he spends in his house, he spends sleeping, so more than 60 percent of his values and behaviors is being earned at school, from the teachers, which are all second fathers and mothers to their students. Schools in general do their best to maintain a healthy, warm and safe environment for their students to interact and learn, using each and every individual of the staff members to make it as convenient as possible for the kids to spend their times. Whether it’s the principle, teacher, nurse, security guard, or janitor. And the simplest thing for us students to do in return is to behave ourselves and be as much respectful as possible to each other and to the teachers. However, there are some students who don’t cherish all the advantages they get, throwing away the nice treatment they receive and just try their best to make a mess. Overlooking the fact that there are other students in class who actually want to learn, disrespecting the faculty members and most importantly reflecting a very bad image about their parents and their manners. I think that such students should be taught that a classroom is a learning environment and should be treated as such. It is not a place to talk with friends by whispering, to use cellphones or to draw on the tables. By making so much noise and moving around a lot, they disrupt classmates. At times it is hard enough just to pay attention in class, especially if the topic that is being taught is boring.
It is suggested for this type of students to listen to the teacher and to answer the questions that are made in class. As soon as one does not understand something they should immediately ask for extra help. One should...
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