Miss T’s Etiquette Expectations

Miss T’s Etiquette Expectations

v  If you want to be heard, speak quietly.

v If you want to be respected, be respectful.

v If you want to be acknowledged, raise your hand.

v If you value your belongings, value the belongings of others.

v Greet your teacher when you enter the room.

v Greet your classmates when you enter the room.

v Always answer with either:

  • “Yes, Miss T.”
  • “No, Miss T.”
  • “I don’t know, Miss T.”

v Listen when others speak.

v Sit tall when you are seated.

v Stand tall when you present.

v Make eye contact when speaking and listening.

v Be prompt in attendance.

v Be punctual in turning in your work.

v Always turn in your best work.

v Own your education.

v Be the friend that the person in the mirror would want to have.

vBe the student that Jesus delights in teaching.

 

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Aloha! Thank you for visiting the Weeklythoughtexhange. I hope you enjoy this healthy exchange of ideas and thoughts. I am a middle school language arts teacher and relish active discussion, frequent reading, writing for leisure and growth, and immersion in new ideas and thoughts. Some of my favorite pastimes include being outdoors with family, friends and pets, traveling the world and country, and embarking on new adventures wherever they happen to find me - in my own backyard or on the other side of the Pacific Ocean.
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