Most Likely to Succeed.
They are a waste of time.
They often lead to further disciplinary problems for the rest of the day
They are great for school spirit.
They are an integral part of the high school experience.
They are a nice break.
Allow kids to get to know you better without requiring a lot of work.
Teach the students your rules and enforce them strictly.
Get to know each student while testing them to find their level of learning.
Jump right in and get started on the curriculum.
Greet him warmly acting as if nothing happened.
Greet him coldly and let him know in front of the whole class that you were very disappointed in his behavior.
Take him aside and discuss what happened with the student, allowing him to know that you are willing to wipe the slate clean if he agrees to begin again without an attitude.
Ignore him completely.
Students are all the same.
Students are different but there is just not enough time to help each one individually.
Students are fun and should be appreciated.
It is a teacher job to teach each individual according to his or her need.
I dont watch Tv.
As sincerely as possible.
They can chill, after all they are school-going kids.
They can be relaxed but with a little discipline.
Leave him, he is just a student.
Cancel his exam, this type of behavior is unacceptable.
Let him go but after teaching him a lesson.