" When Students Just Won't Listen 21 Powerful Questions You Can Use To Get Through To Your Teenager. As a teacher (or parent) of a teenager, have you ever found yourself uttering any of these (or similar) phrases:
- "Why do you refuse to listen to me?"
- "I feel like I'm talking to a brick wall.
- "I'm just telling you this for your own good."
- "I'm just trying to stop you from making the same mistake I've made."
- "Why do you insist on learning the hard way?"
- "You think I don't know what I'm talking about."
- "You really think you know everything, don't you?"
This is a MUST HAVE resource for anyone who has to instruct, inspire, influence, and/or interact with teenagers (including pre-teens). Here are just a few of the 21 student behavior issues Professor Joe attacks head-on in his "no holds barred - tell it like it is" style:
- Students who think they know it all
- Students who are angry and bitter
- Students who are bored with school and much much more.
- Students who negatively influence others
- Students who waste time (yours and theirs)
- Students with bad attitudes
- Students who hang around the wrong crowd
- Students who make excuses