In school, teachers have been known to treat students based on their performance and behavior in the classroom setting, and most of the time a student is typically labeled either a good student, or a bad one, not so much in the middle. The student either does well in his or hers academics or does poorly in class, or you have your typical average student, but for the most part your determined by of the two stereotypes on how much effort it is your putting in to achieve in your academic success. Although sure enough you will also be treated as such based on your behavior as well, and based on my past experiences growing up in school, I was treated no different.
Growing up in school when you’re a kid, from pre- school all the way to grade school they prepped you on how to be a good student, and from what I remembered in grade school was that when u did good you would get awarded for your behavior, or if you were doing poorly or being a trouble maker you were usually punished and were sent on some sort of form of time out for your bad behavior, all the way till end of high school they enforced these rules so when you graduated from high school you would be you were put in the right direction so that your able to be successful and have a bright future and career path while moving to your next path in life, college.
Being a bad student usually referred to that you really didn’t apply yourself and showed a lack of interest while being in class, that lack of interest is the main motive on how your behavior is defined by, you either want to strive and be that straight A student or at least try, or either you really didn’t care what kind of grade you got, you just showed up to class but not really show up when it came to your assignments and participation in class. Their attitude is generally pessimistic for the most part or a negative one, they don’t care about school nor do they believe their smart,...