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    In class I get really nervous when a teacher asks me a question. This may sound pathetic and it is really but I started crying. This has never happened to me before and it was quite shocking actually. I worked myself up a bit. What should I do to help with my pathetic issue. Any suggestions
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    Tell them. I have a similar problem, my mind goes blank, the room heats up and starts spinning, and I tremble like crazy. I spoke to them about it because I simply couldn't deal with it, and they understand. I try to make up for the lack of communication through my school work.
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    (Original post by AJo118)
    In class I get really nervous when a teacher asks me a question. This may sound pathetic and it is really but I started crying. This has never happened to me before and it was quite shocking actually. I worked myself up a bit. What should I do to help with my pathetic issue. Any suggestions
    Are you nervous because you don't know the answer or you don't like speaking in front of the class? The teacher will normally ask you a question if they felt you were quite quiet during class discussion. It is nothing to be worried about. One thing you could try is working on your confidence in talking in class - try answering one or two questions each lesson. It shows the teacher that you are taking part and it will get you more used to talking.
 
 
 
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