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    Joanna Liao

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    How to Impress your Teachers

    Post  Joanna Liao on Fri Sep 11, 2009 9:46 pm

    How to Impress your Teacher

    Lurking in the brains of almost every AHS student is the ultimate question that will probably change their grades forever: how can I impress my teachers? If you naively follow these simple tips, definite success is not guaranteed. The Apache Pow Wow will not be held responsible for any types of expulsion, detention, and / or suspension.
    A good way to start of class is by sitting in the back of the classroom. This will show teachers how considerate you are, selflessly giving up your education for those who need to sit in the front because of their bad eyesight. Another great tip is to eat in class; typically students who eat snacks are the healthiest in the class. But isn’t there a saying: sharing is caring? Offer some to fellow classmates, proving to everyone how bighearted and charitable you can be. But an even better idea is to offer the teacher some of your food, symbolically offering your generosity and kindness. This way your teacher will know that not only do you care about your health, but you also care about everyone else’s. Leaving crumbs on the ground or purposely dropping leftover remains of snacks is a great way to show your love for animals. Providing for the giant rats and semi-vicious squirrels that reside at our school demonstrates the care and passion to rightfully nourish the cute, unfortunate animals.

    Behavior is also a key point that will affect the way a teacher thinks of a student. Acting like a know-it-all and rudely interrupting are frequently misunderstood actions. People do not act like a know-it-all; instead, they are sharing knowledge. Furthermore, people do not rudely interrupt each other either, they are finishing others sentences which shows how much they understand people. When class begins, a Steve Urkel impersonation is definitely a good thing to start with. The nerdy loud cackle followed by a nasal snort will certainly show teachers your ambition to be smart. Also, you should never ask questions. NEVER. Looking hopelessly confused will not get a teacher to think well of you. If your phone rings while class is still in session, pick it up and say, “Hi! Oh yea, now’s a GREAT time… what’s up?” This type of impertinence amazes the teacher because it shows him/her that you are way too smart for the material being covered, and are also willing to sacrifice class time in order to help a friend.

    Communication among your peers is also a vital requirement that teachers look for. Many students do the opposite of what this statement suggests. Helping out your peers is actually a bad thing to do. Arrogantly showing off your “mad skills” will make teachers think poorly of you. Instead, do not help other peers. From afar, these simple actions will prove to the teacher that you believe in them so much that you know for a fact that they won’t need help. If this technique has already been started, bring it up to the next step: antisocialism. This skill is repeatedly misinterpreted as something bad, failing, unconfident kids practice. Honestly, this is one of the smartest things to do because it allows the teacher to learn about your personality, how you aren’t needy or dependent. Speaking of needy and dependent, teachers occasionally ask a few select students to help them do their tasks such as grading papers, copying worksheets, etc. Dutifully assisting a teacher shows what a meek and obedient pushover you are. Let them do it themselves, it’s their job isn’t it? Letting teachers earn their paychecks will make them feel like they actually deserve it.
    Changing yourself to impress others and make them like you is never a bad thing. It’s not difficult at all, and achieving that loving feeling will sure make you feel good about yourself. So if you feel like your teacher is still not impressed by your awe-inspiring existence, try following these tips!

    hanarudolph

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    Re: How to Impress your Teachers

    Post  hanarudolph on Sun Sep 13, 2009 11:06 am

    Lurkingreword; lurking is used for dark scary hallways in the brains of almost every AHS student is the ultimate question that will probably change their grades forever delete from "that" to "forever"-- unncessary: how can I impress my teachers? If you naively follow these simple tips, definite success is not guaranteed. Here are some simple tips that can help you in your struggle for teacher recognition. however, keepin mind that definite success is NOT guaranteed-- the apache....The Apache Pow Wow will not be held responsible for any types of expulsion, detention, and / and/or or suspension.
    A good way to start of off class is by sitting in the back of the classroom. This will show teachers your teacher how considerate you are, selflessly giving up your education for those who need to sit in the front because of their bad eyesight. Another great tip is to eat in class; typically students who eat snacks are the healthiest in the class this last part is just awkward, because everyone just eats junk food, and everyone knows that junk food is unhealthy, and if you're saying that sarcastically, the sarcasm is lost. perhaps "eating food in class demonstrates to teachers your hunger for knowledge"? . But isn’t there a saying: sharing is caring? Offer some to fellow classmates, proving to everyone how bighearted and charitable you can be change "can be" to "are". But an even better idea is to offer the teacher some of your food, symbolically offering your generosity and kindness. This way your teacher will know that not only do you care about your health, but you also care about everyone else’s the two sentences about the teacher is unnecessary. delete.. insert "and finally,"Leaving crumbs on the ground or purposely dropping leftover remains of snacks is a great way to show your love for animals. Providing for the giant rats and semi-vicious squirrels that reside at our school demonstrates the care and passion to rightfully nourish the cute, unfortunate animals from "the care" to "unfortunate animals" is awk-- rephrase.

    Behavior is also a key point that will affect the way a teacher thinks of a student that will affect the way your teacher thinks of you. Acting like a know-it-all and rudely interrupting are frequently misunderstood actions. People do not act like a know-it-all; instead, they are sharing knowledge. Furthermore, people do not rudely interrupt each other either, they are finishing others sentences insert comma which shows how much they understand people. When class begins, a Steve Urkel impersonation is definitely a good thing to start with. The nerdy loud cackle followed by a nasal snort will certainly show teachers your ambition to be smart. Also, you should never ask questions. change period to colon NEVER. Looking hopelessly confused will not get cause a teacher to think well of you. If your phone rings while class is still in session, pick it up and say, “Hi! Oh yea, now’s a GREAT time… what’s up?” This type of impertinence amazes the teacher because it shows him/her that you are way too smart for the material being covered, and are also willing to sacrifice class time in order to help a friend.

    Communication among your peers is also a vital requirement requirement for what? that teachers look for. Many students do the opposite of what this statement suggests. change period to ", but" Helping out your peers is actually a bad thing to do. Arrogantly showing off your “mad skills” will make teachers think poorly of you. Instead, do not help other peers. From afar, these simple actions will prove reword: show? to the teacher that you believe in them so much that you know for a fact that they won’t need help. If this technique has already been started, bring it up to the next step: antisocialism. Once you do that, work on bringing your skills to the next level: antisocialism (but isn't this going against what you said about sharing crumbs? u can't say both) This skill is repeatedly misinterpreted as something bad, failing, unconfident kids practice. Honestly, this is one of the smartest things to do comma because it allows the teacher to learn about your personality, change comma to dash how you aren’t needy or dependent. Speaking of needy and dependent, teachers inset may occasionally ask a few select students to help them do their tasks change to "complete certain tasks," such as grading papers, copying worksheets, etc. Dutifully assisting a teacher shows what a meek and obedient obedient is a good thing-- delete and obedient pushover you are. Let them do it themselves, it’s their job isn’t it? Letting teachers earn their paychecks will make them feel like they actually deserve it.
    Changing yourself to impress others and make them like you and make them like you is awkward. delete. is never a bad thing. It’s not difficult at all, and achieving that loving feeling loving feeling? awk will sure make you feel good about yourself again, make you feel good, or make them like u is awk. reword. "will give you confidence". So if you feel like your teacher is still not impressed by your awe-inspiring existence, try following these tips! add a final guarantee-that's-not-really-a-guarantee as a conclusion

    Joanna Liao

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    how to impress teachers #2

    Post  Joanna Liao on Sun Sep 13, 2009 2:47 pm

    How to Impress your Teacher

    Dwelling in the brains of almost every AHS student is the ultimate question that forever will probably change their grades: how can I impress my teachers? Here are some simple tips that can help you in your struggle for teacher recognition. However, keep in mind that definite success is NOT guaranteed-- Apache Pow Wow will not be held responsible for any types of expulsion, detention, and/or suspension.
    A good way to start off class is by sitting in the back of the classroom. This will show your teacher how considerate you are, selflessly giving up your education for those who need to sit in the front because of their bad eyesight. *Another great tip is to eat in class; typically students who eat snacks are the healthiest in the class.* When someone asks you for food, say no. It may seem greedy to them, but a teacher will see how much you care about your health. Tell them to buy their own food. This will show teachers how much you care about your peer’s health. Offering them a carrot won’t fill them up, so you might as well eat your share and have them eat their own. But an even better idea is to offer the teacher some of your food, symbolically offering your generosity and kindness. This way your teacher will know that not only do you care about your health, but you also care about everyone else’s. Leaving crumbs on the ground or purposely dropping leftover remains of snacks is a great way to show your love for animals. Providing for the giant rats and semi-vicious squirrels that reside at our school demonstrates your care and passion to rightfully nourish the cute, unfortunate animals.

    Behavior is also a key point that will affect the way your teacher thinks of you. Acting like a know-it-all and rudely interrupting are frequently misunderstood actions. People do not act like a know-it-all; instead, they are sharing knowledge. Furthermore, people do not rudely interrupt each other either, they are finishing others sentences, which shows how much they understand people. When class begins, a Steve Urkel impersonation is definitely a good thing to start with. The nerdy loud cackle followed by a nasal snort will certainly show teachers your ambition to be smart. Also, you should never ask questions: NEVER. Looking hopelessly confused will not get a teacher to think well of you. If your phone rings while class is still in session, pick it up and say, “Hi! Oh yea, now’s a GREAT time… what’s up?” This type of impertinence amazes the teacher because it shows him/her that you are way too smart for the material being covered, and are also willing to sacrifice class time in order to help a friend.

    Communication among your peers is also a vital requirement in impressing a teacher, but many students do the opposite of what this statement suggests. Helping out your peers is actually a bad thing to do. Arrogantly showing off your “mad skills” will make teachers think poorly of you. Instead, do not help other peers. From afar, these simple actions will show the teacher that you believe in them so much that you know for a fact that they won’t need help. If this technique has already been started, bring it up to the next step: antisocialism. This skill is repeatedly misinterpreted as something bad, failing, unconfident kids practice. Honestly, this is one of the smartest things to do, because it allows the teacher to learn about your personality – how you aren’t needy or dependent. Speaking of needy and dependent, teachers may occasionally ask a few select students to help them complete certain tasks such as grading papers, copying worksheets, etc. Dutifully assisting a teacher shows what a meek pushover you are. Let them do it themselves, it’s their job isn’t it? Letting teachers earn their paychecks will make them feel like they actually deserve it.
    Changing yourself to impress others is never a bad thing. It’s not difficult at all, and achieving that loving feeling will surely give you confidence. So if you feel like your teacher is still not impressed by your awe-inspiring existence, try following these tips!

    * when I meant snacks: I meant healthy snacks (:

    hanarudolph

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    Re: How to Impress your Teachers

    Post  hanarudolph on Sun Sep 13, 2009 3:23 pm

    Dwelling in the brains of almost every AHS student is the ultimate question that forever will probably change their grades just leave it at "is the ultimate question: how can I ...?" : how can I impress my teachers? Here are some simple tips that can help you in your struggle for teacher recognition. However, keep in mind that definite success is NOT guaranteed-- Apache Pow Wow will not be held responsible for any types of expulsion, detention, and/or suspension.
    A good way to start off class is by sitting in the back of the classroom. This will show your teacher how considerate you are, selflessly giving up your education for those who need to sit in the front because of their bad eyesight. *Another great tip is to eat in class; typically students who eat snacks are the healthiest in the class.* When someone asks you for food, say no. It may seem greedy to them, but a teacher will see how much you care about your health. Tell them to buy their own food. This will show teachers how much you care about your peer’s health. Offering them a carrot The food part is just awkward: for one, it's still unclear that it's healthy food you're talking about because really, who eats healthy food in class? I'd recommend deleting the stuff to do with food, until you get to the part about the squirrels and rats. So just make it into "another great tip is to eat in class... (give a reason). also, leave crumbs, because this shows your love for animals, etc. etc." (I just paraphrased btw, your wording is fine.) won’t fill them up, so you might as well eat your share and have them eat their own. But an even better idea is to offer the teacher some of your food, The offering food to teachers part is still awkward. symbolically offering your generosity and kindness. This way your teacher will know that not only do you care about your health, but you also care about everyone else’s. You've just refused to feed other students, so you can't say you care about other people anymore. Leaving crumbs on the ground or purposely dropping leftover remains of snacks is a great way to show your love for animals. Providing for the giant rats and semi-vicious squirrels that reside at our school demonstrates your care and passion to rightfully nourish the cute, unfortunate animals.

    Behavior is also a key point that will affect the way your teacher thinks of you. Acting like a know-it-all and rudely interrupting are frequently misunderstood actions. People do not act like a know-it-all; instead, they are sharing knowledge. Furthermore, people do not rudely interrupt each other either, they are finishing others sentences, which shows how much they understand people. When class begins, a Steve Urkel impersonation is definitely a good thing to start with. The nerdy loud cackle followed by a nasal snort will certainly show teachers your ambition to be smart. Also, you should never ask questions: NEVER. Looking hopelessly confused will not get a teacher to think well of you. If your phone rings while class is still in session, pick it up and say, “Hi! Oh yea, now’s a GREAT time… what’s up?” This type of impertinence amazes the teacher because it shows him/her that you are way too smart for the material being covered, and are also willing to sacrifice class time in order to help a friend.

    Communication among your peers is also a vital requirement in impressing a teacher, but many students do the opposite of what this statement suggests. Helping out your peers is actually a bad thing to do. Arrogantly showing off your “mad skills” will make teachers think poorly of you. Instead, do not help other peers. From afar, these simple actions will show the teacher that you believe in them so much that you know for a fact that they won’t need help. If this technique has already been started, bring it up to the next step: antisocialism. This skill is repeatedly misinterpreted as something bad, failing, unconfident kids practice. Honestly, this is one of the smartest things to do, because it allows the teacher to learn about your personality – how you aren’t needy or dependent. Speaking of needy and dependent, teachers may occasionally ask a few select students to help them complete certain tasks such as grading papers, copying worksheets, etc. Dutifully assisting a teacher shows what a meek pushover you are. Let them do it themselves, it’s their job isn’t it? Letting teachers earn their paychecks will make them feel like they actually deserve it.
    Changing yourself to impress others is never a bad thing. It’s not difficult at all, and achieving that loving feeling will surely give you confidence. So if you feel like your teacher is still not impressed by your awe-inspiring existence, try following these tips!

    Joanna Liao

    Posts : 161
    Join date : 2009-09-01
    Age : 24

    how to impress teacher #3

    Post  Joanna Liao on Sun Sep 13, 2009 3:46 pm

    How to Impress your Teacher

    Dwelling in the brains of almost every AHS student is the ultimate: how can I impress my teachers? Here are some simple tips that can help you in your struggle for teacher recognition. However, keep in mind that definite success is NOT guaranteed-- Apache Pow Wow will not be held responsible for any types of expulsion, detention, and/or suspension.
    A good way to start off class is by sitting in the back of the classroom. This will show your teacher how considerate you are, selflessly giving up your education for those who need to sit in the front because of their bad eyesight. *Another great tip is to eat in class; typically students who eat snacks are the healthiest in the class.* When someone asks you for food, say no. It may seem greedy to them, but a teacher will see how much you care about your health. Tell them to buy their own food. This will show teachers how much you care about your peer’s health. Offering them a carrot won’t fill them up, so you might as well eat your share and have them eat their own. But an even better idea is to offer the teacher some of your food, symbolically offering your generosity and kindness. This way your teacher will know that not only do you care about your health, but you also care about everyone else’s. Leaving crumbs on the ground or purposely dropping leftover remains of snacks is a great way to show your love for animals. Providing for the giant rats and semi-vicious squirrels that reside at our school demonstrates your care and passion to rightfully nourish the cute, unfortunate animals.

    Behavior is also a key point that will affect the way your teacher thinks of you. Acting like a know-it-all and rudely interrupting are frequently misunderstood actions. People do not act like a know-it-all; instead, they are sharing knowledge. Furthermore, people do not rudely interrupt each other either, they are finishing others sentences, which shows how much they understand people. When class begins, a Steve Urkel impersonation is definitely a good thing to start with. The nerdy loud cackle followed by a nasal snort will certainly show teachers your ambition to be smart. Also, you should never ask questions: NEVER. Looking hopelessly confused will not get a teacher to think well of you. If your phone rings while class is still in session, pick it up and say, “Hi! Oh yea, now’s a GREAT time… what’s up?” This type of impertinence amazes the teacher because it shows him/her that you are way too smart for the material being covered, and are also willing to sacrifice class time in order to help a friend.

    Communication among your peers is also a vital requirement in impressing a teacher, but many students do the opposite of what this statement suggests. Helping out your peers is actually a bad thing to do. Arrogantly showing off your “mad skills” will make teachers think poorly of you. Instead, do not help other peers. From afar, these simple actions will show the teacher that you believe in them so much that you know for a fact that they won’t need help. If this technique has already been started, bring it up to the next step: antisocialism. This skill is repeatedly misinterpreted as something bad, failing, unconfident kids practice. Honestly, this is one of the smartest things to do, because it allows the teacher to learn about your personality – how you aren’t needy or dependent. Speaking of needy and dependent, teachers may occasionally ask a few select students to help them complete certain tasks such as grading papers, copying worksheets, etc. Dutifully assisting a teacher shows what a meek pushover you are. Let them do it themselves, it’s their job isn’t it? Letting teachers earn their paychecks will make them feel like they actually deserve it.
    Changing yourself to impress others is never a bad thing. It’s not difficult at all, and achieving that loving feeling will surely give you confidence. So if you feel like your teacher is still not impressed by your awe-inspiring existence, try following these tips!

    • ): I eat healthy food in class… I think we should leave it alone, unless it’s really really weird cuz if I take it out, I’ll have to replace it, and honestly.. there are no more ways to impress a teacher lolz
    • And caring about everyone else’s health is cause you tell them to buy their own food Very Happy

    hanarudolph

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    Re: How to Impress your Teachers

    Post  hanarudolph on Tue Sep 15, 2009 11:22 am

    Alright-- if you'd really rather keep it in, go ahead. Smile

    Dwelling in the brains of almost every AHS student is the ultimate insert "question" : how can I impress my teachers? Here are some simple tips that can help change to "assist" you in your struggle for teacher recognition. However, keep in mind that definite success is NOT guaranteed-- Apache Pow Wow will not be held responsible for any types change to singular tense: "type" of expulsion, detention, and/or suspension.

    A good way to start off class is by sitting in the back of the classroom. This will show your teacher how considerate you are, selflessly giving up your education for those who need to sit in the front because of their bad eyesight. *Another great tip is to eat in class; typically students who eat snacks are the healthiest in the class.* Insert "But" When someone asks you for food, say no. It may seem greedy to them, but a change to "your" teacher will see how much you care about your weren't you saying "their"? health. Tell them to buy their own food. This will show change to "your teacher" teachers how much you care about your peer’s health. This sentence is repetitive. Offering them a carrot won’t fill them up, so you might as well eat your share and have them eat their own. But an even better idea is to offer the change to "your" teacher some of your food, symbolically delete symbolically-- it's not really symbolic.offering your generosity and kindness. This way your teacher will know that not only do you care about your health, but you also care about everyone else’s. Leaving crumbs on the ground or purposely move purposely to the beginning of the sentence dropping leftover remains of snacks is a great way to show your love for animals. Providing for the giant rats and semi-vicious squirrels that reside at our school demonstrates your care and passion to rightfully delete "rightfully" nourish the cute, unfortunate animals.

    Behavior is also a key point that will affect the way your teacher thinks of you. Acting like a know-it-all and rudely interrupting are frequently misunderstood actions. People do not act like a know-it-all; instead, they are sharing knowledge. Furthermore, Furthermore is not the best transition word to use in this case. people do not rudely interrupt each other either, they are finishing others sentences, which shows how much they understand people. When class begins, a Steve Urkel impersonation is definitely a good thing to start with. The nerdy loud change to "loud, nerdy cackle" cackle followed by a nasal snort will certainly show teachers your ambition to be smart. Also, you should never ask questions: NEVER. Looking hopelessly confused will not get a change to "your" teacher to think well of you. Why not? If your phone rings while class is still in session, pick it up and say, “Hi! Oh yea, now’s a GREAT time… what’s up?” This type of impertinence amazes the change to "will amaze your" teacher because it shows him/her that you are way too smart for the material being covered, and are also willing to sacrifice class time in order to help a friend.

    Communication among your peers is also a vital requirement in change to "to" impressing a change to "your" teacher, but many students do the opposite of what this statement suggests. Helping out your peers is actually a bad thing to do. Arrogantly showing off your “mad skills” will make change to "your teacher" teachers think poorly of you. Instead, do not help other peers. From afar, From afar? what does that mean? these simple actions will show the teacher that you believe in them so much that you know for a fact that they won’t need help. If this technique has already been started, bring it up to the next step: antisocialism. This skill is repeatedly misinterpreted as something bad, failing, unconfident kids practice. Honestly, this is one of the smartest things to do, because it allows the change to "your" teacher to learn about your personality – how you aren’t needy or dependent. Speaking of needy and dependent, change to "your teacher" teachers may occasionally ask a few select students to help them complete certain tasks such as grading papers, copying worksheets, etc. Dutifully assisting a change to "your" teacher shows what a meek pushover you are. Let them do it themselves, it’s their job isn’t it? Letting teachers earn their paychecks change to "Letting your teacher earn their paycheck" will make them feel like they actually deserve it.

    Changing yourself to impress others is never a bad thing. It’s not difficult at all, and achieving that loving feeling will surely give you confidence. So if you feel like your teacher is still not impressed by your awe-inspiring existence, try following these tips!

    Joanna Liao

    Posts : 161
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    How to Impress your teachers #4

    Post  Joanna Liao on Tue Sep 15, 2009 4:32 pm

    How to Impress your teachers

    Dwelling in the brains of almost every AHS student is the ultimate question: how can I impress my teachers? Here are some simple tips that can assist you in your struggle for teacher recognition. However, keep in mind that definite success is NOT guaranteed-- Apache Pow Wow will not be held responsible for any type of expulsion, detention, and/or suspension.

    A good way to start off class is by sitting in the back of the classroom. This will show your teacher how considerate you are, selflessly giving up your education for those who need to sit in the front because of their bad eyesight. *Another great tip is to eat in class; typically students who eat snacks are the healthiest in the class. But when someone asks you for food, say no. It may seem greedy to them, but your teacher will see how much you care about their health. Tell them to buy their own food. This will show your teacher how much you care about your peer’s health. Offering them a carrot won’t fill them up, so you might as well eat your share and have them eat their own. But an even better idea is to offer your teacher some of your food, indirectly offering your generosity and kindness. This way your teacher will know that not only do you care about your health, but you also care about everyone else’s. Purposely leaving crumbs on the ground or dropping leftover remains of snacks is a great way to show your love for animals. Providing for the giant rats and semi-vicious squirrels that reside at our school demonstrates your care and passion to nourish the cute, unfortunate animals.

    Behavior is also a key point that will affect the way your teacher thinks of you. Acting like a know-it-all and rudely interrupting are frequently misunderstood actions. People do not act like a know-it-all; instead, they are sharing knowledge. People also do not rudely interrupt each other either, they are finishing others sentences, which shows how much they understand people. When class begins, a Steve Urkel impersonation is definitely a good thing to start with. The nerdy loud, nerdy cackle followed by a nasal snort will certainly show teachers your ambition to be smart. Also, you should never ask questions: NEVER. Looking hopelessly confused will not get your teacher to think well of you. If your phone rings while class is still in session, pick it up and say, “Hi! Oh yea, now’s a GREAT time… what’s up?” This type of impertinence will amaze your teacher because it shows him/her that you are way too smart for the material being covered, and are also willing to sacrifice class time in order to help a friend.

    Communication among your peers is also a vital requirement to impressing your teacher, but many students do the opposite of what this statement suggests. Helping out your peers is actually a bad thing to do. Arrogantly showing off your “mad skills” will make your teacher teachers think poorly of you. Instead, do not help other peers. From afar, these simple actions will show the teacher that you believe in them so much that you know for a fact that they won’t need help. If this technique has already been started, bring it up to the next step: antisocialism. This skill is repeatedly misinterpreted as something bad, failing, unconfident kids practice. Honestly, this is one of the smartest things to do, because it allows your teacher to learn about your personality – how you aren’t needy or dependent. Speaking of needy and dependent, your teacher teachers may occasionally ask a few select students to help them complete certain tasks such as grading papers, copying worksheets, etc. Dutifully assisting a your teacher shows what a meek pushover you are. Let them do it themselves, it’s their job isn’t it? Letting your teacher earn their paycheck will make them feel like they actually deserve it.

    Changing yourself to impress others is never a bad thing. It’s not difficult at all, and achieving that loving feeling will surely give you confidence. So if you feel like your teacher is still not impressed by your awe-inspiring existence, try following these tips!

    hanarudolph

    Posts : 152
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: How to Impress your Teachers

    Post  hanarudolph on Tue Sep 15, 2009 6:08 pm

    Dwelling in the brains of almost every AHS student is the ultimate question: how can I impress my teachers? Here are some simple tips that can assist you in your struggle for teacher recognition. However, keep in mind that definite success is NOT guaranteed-- Apache Pow Wow will not be held responsible for any type of expulsion, detention, and/or suspension.

    A good way to start off class is by sitting in the back of the classroom. This will show your teacher how considerate you are, selflessly giving up your education for those who need to sit in the front because of their bad eyesight. * delete asterick Another great tip is to eat in class; typically students who eat snacks are the healthiest in the class. But when someone asks you for food, say no. It may seem greedy to them, but your teacher will see how much you care about their health. Tell them to buy their own food. This will show your teacher how much you care about your peer’s health delete; this is repetitive. Offering them a carrot won’t fill them up, so you might as well eat your share and have them eat their own. But an even better idea is to offer your teacher some of your food, indirectly delete indirectly offering your generosity and kindness. This way your teacher will know that not only do you care about your health, but you also care about everyone else’s delete; this is also repetitive .insert a transition word such as "lastly" Purposely leaving crumbs on the ground or dropping leftover remains of snacks is a great way to show your love for animals. Providing for the giant rats and semi-vicious squirrels that reside at our school demonstrates your care and passion to nourish the cute, unfortunate animals.

    Behavior is also a key point that will affect the way your teacher thinks of you. Acting like a know-it-all and rudely interrupting are frequently misunderstood actions. People do not act like a know-it-all; instead, they are sharing knowledge. People also do not rudely interrupt each other either, they are finishing others sentences, which shows how much they understand people. When class begins, a Steve Urkel impersonation is definitely a good thing to start with. The nerdy this first nerdy is unnecessary loud, nerdy cackle followed by a nasal snort will certainly show teachers your ambition to be smart. Also, you should never ask questions: NEVER. Looking hopelessly confused will not get your teacher to think well of you. again, the reason for this is unclear If your phone rings while class is still in session, pick it up and say, “Hi! Oh yea, now’s a GREAT time… what’s up?” This type of impertinence will amaze your teacher because it shows him/her change to them that you are way too smart for the material being covered, and are also willing to sacrifice class time in order to help a friend.

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    Changing yourself to impress others is never a bad thing. It’s not difficult at all, and achieving that loving feeling will surely give you confidence. So if you feel like your teacher is still not impressed by your awe-inspiring existence, try following these tips!

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    Post  Joanna Liao on Tue Sep 15, 2009 7:24 pm

    Dwelling in the brains of almost every AHS student is the ultimate question: how can I impress my teachers? Here are some simple tips that can assist you in your struggle for teacher recognition. However, keep in mind that definite success is NOT guaranteed-- Apache Pow Wow will not be held responsible for any type of expulsion, detention, and/or suspension.

    A good way to start off class is by sitting in the back of the classroom. This will show your teacher how considerate you are, selflessly giving up your education for those who need to sit in the front because of their bad eyesight. Another great tip is to eat in class; typically students who eat snacks are the healthiest in the class. But when someone asks you for food, say no. It may seem greedy to them, but your teacher will see how much you care about their health. Tell them to buy their own food. Offering them a carrot won’t fill them up, so you might as well eat your share and have them eat their own. But an even better idea is to offer your teacher some of your food, offering your generosity and kindness. Lastly, purposely leaving crumbs on the ground or dropping leftover remains of snacks is a great way to show your love for animals. Providing for the giant rats and semi-vicious squirrels that reside at our school demonstrates your care and passion to nourish the cute, unfortunate animals.

    Behavior is also a key point that will affect the way your teacher thinks of you. Acting like a know-it-all and rudely interrupting are frequently misunderstood actions. People do not act like a know-it-all; instead, they are sharing knowledge. People also do not rudely interrupt each other either, they are finishing others sentences, which shows how much they understand people. When class begins, a Steve Urkel impersonation is definitely a good thing to start with. The loud, nerdy cackle followed by a nasal snort will certainly show teachers your ambition to be smart. Also, you should never ask questions: NEVER. Looking hopelessly confused will not get your teacher to think well of you, because asking questions lets your teacher know that you need help, also making them think that your brain isn’t smart enough to handle what they’re teaching. If your phone rings while class is still in session, pick it up and say, “Hi! Oh yea, now’s a GREAT time… what’s up?” This type of impertinence will amaze your teacher because it shows them that you are way too smart for the material being covered, and are also willing to sacrifice class time in order to help a friend.

    Communication amongst your peers is also a vital requirement to impressing your teacher, but many students do the opposite of what this statement suggests. Helping out your peers is actually a bad thing to do. Arrogantly showing off your “mad skills” will make your teacher think poorly of you. Instead, do not help other peers. From afar, these simple actions will show your teacher that you believe in them so much that you know for a fact that they won’t need help. If this technique has already been started, bring it up to the next step: antisocialism. This skill is repeatedly misinterpreted as something bad, failing, unconfident kids practice. Honestly, this is one of the smartest things to do, because it allows your teacher to learn about your personality – how you aren’t needy or dependent. Speaking of needy and dependent, your teacher may occasionally ask a few select students to help them complete certain tasks such as grading papers, copying worksheets, etc. Dutifully assisting your teacher shows what a meek pushover you are. Let them do it themselves, it’s their job isn’t it? Letting your teacher earn their paycheck will make them feel like they actually deserve it.

    Changing yourself to impress others is never a bad thing. It’s not difficult at all, and achieving that loving feeling will surely give you confidence. So if you feel like your teacher is still not impressed by your awe-inspiring existence, try following these tips!

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