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Add to cart. Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information The teacher has decided that the children will change seats but that makes someone in the class unhappy.

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Should I tell the matter to my mom? This question does not appear to be about parenting within the scope defined in the help center.

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If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center , please edit the question. I am not sure this is the right forum for this question, but I'll give you the advice I would have given my former students. Putting you sitting next to a girl does not mean the teacher or other adults around will think you are dating and, honestly, even if there are some kids giving you a hard time about it - they don't actually think it means you are dating or having sex either.

If instead, you respond with, "yeah, yeah, ha ha" in a really dull tone, they are likely to back off and stop bugging you about it pretty quickly.

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Your teacher is hoping this girl will have a good influence and help to prevent chatter. Maybe sitting with a girl that is "boring" in your estimation, but gets good marks could be good for you.

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If this girl is so sexy it is distracting you from getting your work done, as embarrasing as it is, you should share this with your teacher when the other kids are not around. Your teacher put you in a seat next to this girl to help you concentrate. If it is doing the opposite, I'm guessing your teacher would like to know.

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I understand social activities and social standings are really important to you in life right now, but that isn't how the adults around you see things so telling your mom about the fact that you got moved probably won't make her suspicious that anything about who you are and what your priorities are has changed. Your mom is more likely to be concerned about the fact that you were talking out of turn during class at least, that is how most adults I know would react - unless there is something about this you have not shared here.

I almost always recommend honesty when it comes to parents-they are the people in the world that care about you most afterall. I just don't think she will think it as big a deal as you are concerned she will.

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Be reasonable. You were moved because of a good reason. Accept your punishment, behave better and make sure to apologize to the teacher approach her after a lesson, when noone's looking. After a week or so ask nicely if you could go back to your seat. Promise not to talk again. And keep the promise. It took me about 15 minutes to verify the placement. I immediately learned who my leaders and divergent thinkers were.

As I checked their order, I learned their names and their birth dates. Notice I did not ask them to arrange themselves by year. Near the end of the semester, that process was one of the personal stories I wrote in a letter of recommendation for one of the student leaders. I still had to take roll as a check of their ability to organize. It was possible for them to be wrong. Kim loves working with and learning from teachers and is passionate about integrating all kinds of technologies into the mathematics classroom.

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