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    how do you handle bullies?
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    (Original post by AngelPhys)
    Freaking hell, so you don't watch Naruto? You know what it is?
    It's anime, right?
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    It's anime, right?
    Yeh, it's EPICCCCCCCC. Did you just search that up, lol?
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    (Original post by 2en1)
    Oh I see someone's asked you that question already! ������


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    Lol, jew mad?
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    (Original post by 2en1)
    Do you like being a maths teacher? Isn't it boring?


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    See previous page.

    (Original post by basham97)
    Did you ever tell the story of a student that died by rocking on his chair?


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    No! Does anyone actually believe that to be true?

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    how do you handle bullies?
    Make sure it is reported on the school system in detail. Contact parents. Give detention.
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    (Original post by AngelPhys)
    Yeh, it's EPICCCCCCCC. Did you just search that up, lol?
    No, I've heard of it before. It's been around for a while like Dragonball Z or whatever it was called.
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    No, I've heard of it before. It's been around for a while like Dragonball Z or whatever it was called.
    Yee, have you watched it before, though? Lol. It's freaking awesssommme, lol. Especially my avatar (Picture of Obito Uchiha), lol.
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    (Original post by AngelPhys)
    Yee, have you watched it before, though? Lol. It's freaking awesssommme, lol. Especially my avatar (Picture of Obito Uchiha), lol.
    I may watch it if and when I have the time to do so.
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't a primary education degree a 4 year degree anyway? I've not known of a way of getting QTS without spending 4 years studying.

    I'd recommend doing a degree with a PGCE after it.
    Nope there 3 years, http://search.ucas.com/search/provid...&Page=1&flt9=1
    there are some 4 year ones but they are the ones with placement
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    I may watch it if and when I have the time to do so.
    If you do watch, it's going to take a while till you catch up, lol.

    You have to watch Naruto, then Naruto Shippuden (Where Naruto grows up and all others and gets targeted by enemies), lol.
    Naruto is awesome. Lol.
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    Are you one of Those depressing teachers that put their students hopes down like my maths teacher?


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    (Original post by 2en1)
    Are you one of Those depressing teachers that put their students hopes down like my maths teacher?


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    Lolol, you're funny.
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    (Original post by AngelPhys)
    Lolol, you're funny.
    Naa serious, he predicted me an E and I achieved a C in AS maths, so glad that I don't have to deal with him next year!
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    (Original post by 2en1)
    Naa serious, he predicted me an E and I achieved a C in AS maths, so glad that I don't have to deal with him next year!
    Lol.
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    (Original post by 0011Abcdefg)
    Nope there 3 years, http://search.ucas.com/search/provid...&Page=1&flt9=1
    there are some 4 year ones but they are the ones with placement
    I think having a placement would be important though so that you get some classroom experience before you start your NQT year. I can't imagine the shock that would come otherwise.

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    Are you one of Those depressing teachers that put their students hopes down like my maths teacher?

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    No, of course not! I don't think I've ever done anything other than encourage students to aim to be the best that they can be.
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    I think having a placement would be important though so that you get some classroom experience before you start your NQT year. I can't imagine the shock that would come otherwise.



    No, of course not! I don't think I've ever done anything other than encourage students to aim to be the best that they can be.
    Also if someone is not fully passionate about teaching but can't think of anything else as a future career choice would you still advise to go through with teaching degree or?
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    I got CCE aat my AS this year but should have got BBB... i didn't really do much of my homework. Should i resit the year or resit the bad exams (2) also should i resit 2 of my maths modules? i got C in c1 D in C2 and B in S1. I think i should resit C1 and C2 (ocr mei) because i know i can do much better. What do u think it will take for me to get an overall score of BBB/BBC. I'm retaking 1 from my C and 1 from my E. my A2 exams start 1 month after that. Any advise?
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    I disagree that you're not that hard to handle.

    I mainly teach lower sets (5 out of the 6 classes I teach are low ability sets).
    Your view maybe be biased, as you mainly interact with girls that are (probably) not as interested or invested as those in other sets. I find that the behaviour in different sets varies hugely.
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    (Original post by 0011Abcdefg)
    What's your advice for someone who isn't sure if they want to be a primary school teacher but (too put it bluntly) can't think of anything else they want to be
    also I'm worried if I do do a degree in primary education with qts in uni, that I will be stuck doing that job if I don't like it. I would do the 3 years of a normal degree and then pgce but that's 4 years and uni is expensive enough as it is
    my friend's in this situation too and she's doing a course in childhood studies, and after doing that she can easily go into primary education but it's not like the only option after she finishes uni
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    Would you ever want to teach in a private school?
 
 
 
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