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FREE 40 Sixth-Grade FAQs

FREE 40 Sixth-Grade FAQs
FREE 40 Sixth-Grade FAQs
FREE 40 Sixth-Grade FAQs
FREE 40 Sixth-Grade FAQs
FREE 40 Sixth-Grade FAQs
FREE 40 Sixth-Grade FAQs
FREE 40 Sixth-Grade FAQs
FREE 40 Sixth-Grade FAQs
Product Description
40 Sixth Grade FAQs is an excerpt from the book How Sixth Grade Works.


After 20 years of teaching sixth grade, these are the frequently asked questions (FAQs) from students, parents, and other teachers. Here are my responses.

This guide is for

• Veteran teachers assigned to sixth grade for the first time

• Student & new teachers wanting a head start on experience

• Parents, students, & homeschool


Table of Contents

•Why do I have to go to school?
•Why do we have homework?
•Why is school boring?
•When will we ever need this in life?

•Why can’t we do more fun stuff?
•Why can’t we sit next to our friends?
•Why is math much more difficult?
•Why do teachers always put me next to the bad kids?

•Why can’t we eat in class?
•Why aren’t cell phones allowed?
•Who’s the ideal student?
•How do I have a successful sixth grade?

•How about a good teacher tip?
•How are classes determined?
•How are combo classes decided?
•What’s the optimum class size?

•Why does the teacher seem unavailable?
•What about the gifted students?
•How come nothing happens to the students with behavior problems?
•Is my student being prepared for the future?

•Why does the curriculum change every few years?
•How do I complain to a teacher?
•What makes students so different?
•What’s a typical hour of school?

•Who’s the ideal parent?
•Why are some teachers better than others?
•Is the teacher qualified?
•Won’t tenured teachers eventually just stop caring?

•How are teachers held accountable?
•Why is the teacher mean?
•Who’s the ideal teacher?
•Yes, but you get summers off!

•What’s a typical work day?
•What’s the best part of the job?
•What are the challenging aspects?
•Why are there so many rules?

•Why is school food so bad?
•Why can’t we go on more field trips?
•What slows down the class?
•What’s the ideal classroom?


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