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No matter what grade school state and country someone could be in the behavior of a teacher always has to fall in one of three types of teachers the caring teacher the mean teacher and the neutral teacher Every teacher has their own way of teaching but they also have their own way of behaving as well The behaviors of teachers is an importance to students and how they interact with their mentor The students has to see the passion that a teacher holds in order to make the students feel comfortable I wouldnt want to be in a class where my teacher acts like he hates me and always has a sour face Why would anyone want thatA favorite of any student would be the caring teacher That teacher always show the interest in a student and always shows that they are there when a student needs help Most of the time a teacher being concerned and amiable results in close relationship between a teacher and a student A benefit of a close relationship can be a written recommendation to apply to colleges or jobs If thats not enough a teacher might have the knowledge and knowing about scholarships and grants that they think their favorite student is compatible for Maybe a boost of two points in your grade can be made if he or she likes a student a lot Another good quality that a nice teacher might have is humor If theyre funny than more than likely theyre nice Most students tend to fall asleep if theyre bored in class but if a teacher can keep the students attention with humor than thats great Students wont struggle so much to pay attention when they are enjoying class In other cases sometimes a student might be hesitant about asking a question they need help on if its a
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