Help! My Teacher Hates Me

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Workman Pub., 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 278 pages
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An indispensable survival guide and source of support, Help! My Teacher Hates Me! provides solutions and strategies for dealing with the problems and issues every student confronts in school.

Taking a sensitive, kid-friendly, but no-nonsense approach, the book tackles an array of common and not-so-common problems, from teacher predicaments and report-card troubles to dealing with a fellow student with AIDS. It addresses tensions between friends, the great cheating dilemma, homework, family attention, sports and other extracurricular activities, and actual physical fears.

The author, who specializes in helping teenagers explore sensitive and emotional issues, is a writer with a master's degree in counseling psychology. In this book, she is as accessible as a private counselor, ever willing to listen and ever knowledgeable in what to do. Whether the problem is small or large, she carefully outlines all the steps that should be taken to address it. It may feel like the end of the world, but it's not-HELP! has arrived. Selection of the Scholastic Book Clubs. Suitable for ages 9-14.

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Contents

Teacher tension
7
Humiliated in class
29
Friendly and unfriendly
41
Copyright

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Meg F. Schneider is a writer who has an M.A. in counseling psychology.

Dennis Meade, Ph.D., is a psychologist who works with kids in and out of the classroom.

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