Eye rolls, deep sighs, melodramatic body language . . . They're responses to teacher requests or reminders (i.e. 'Please put your backpack away.') that aren't quite disrespectful. But darn close. Sometimes they're accompanied by a sarcastic 'Sorry!' or 'Oh my gosh!' They're delivered indirectly and out of frustration and are usually not malicious. They do, however, have a way of getting under the teacher's skin. So much so that here at SCM we've heard from dozens of teachers wondering how best to handle it. There is something about student 'attitude' that drives teachers up the wall. At the very least
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