She is giving us a test the day we get back from Spring Break. Also, all she's done to teach the material is give us a packet and an article and told us that is what the test is on.
She blames me for things I don't do, such as when another kid reaches back and smacks my arm, so I push his arm away so he doesn't do it again. She proceeds to yell at me and then move me to a corner of the room where I can't see at all. So I ask if I can move to the front, where I can't possibly do anything wrong with her right there. She proceeds to yell at me again tells me to shut up and stay where I am.
I know this is a bit more of a vent, but I've just about had it with her, and I would like some advice on if there is anything I can do to make the situation better.
You only have a few months left, just try to put up with it for the rest of the school year. Tell that kid to stop touching you during class (I hate high school kids that act like they are about 9), and just try to learn the material on your own. Its not easy, but I've had teachers like that over the years. Sometimes there's just nothing you can really do, and this is a situation thats out of your control.
And oh yeah, make sure you don't get the same teacher next year
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