why do teachers make you look at them?
- 1 year ago
Many teachers think that if you are looking at them, you are paying attention. Personally, I doodle when I pay attention to a lecturer; this has gotten me in hot water over the years, but I learned to give the instructor a head's up prior to the start of class. I have found that a simple, "this is how I work best" works wonders!
- TinaLv 71 year ago
I hope you mean that your class teachers are asking you to look at them instead of staring vacantly around the room
If it's happeneing under any other circumstances you should probably tell a trusted adult.
- Anonymous1 year ago
so they know you're awake .................
- Dv8sLv 71 year ago
So that, you pay attention to what they're saying. Nonetheless, just because you make eye contact with someone, doesn't necessarily mean that you're paying attention to their every word. I can listen to someone, even nod my head without hearing a word they said. Thanks school, I did learn something.
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- Eron_17Lv 61 year ago
They want you to picture them nakrd
- ?Lv 71 year ago
It's a matter of common courtesy-- that you should look at and give your full attention to the person who is talking to you.
- The TaxpayerLv 71 year ago
make sure that you're paying attention.
- blackgrumpycatLv 71 year ago
To make sure you are concentrating. If you are looking elsewhere, you may not be listening to them.