Elementary school students call their teachers by Mr/Ms/Mrs and their last name, not by their first name, right?
- ron hLv 71 month ago
Most commonly, yes. but in today's world of trannies, a courtesy tittle may be thought of as "offensive." Even "Ms Susan" or "Mr Robert" means that the speaker is aware of the "observable gender" of someone.
- 1 month ago
That is the way it was. Unfortunately today I suppose any possible today. There is minimal to no standards on it now.
- NathanLv 42 months ago
Not necessarily. In my school we could call them by either their first or last name, some teachers had a preference but the majority didn't.
- DCM5150Lv 72 months ago
Usually, but some teachers (especially the younger grades) ask the students to call them Mr/Ms/Mrs Frist Name. It really depends on the culture at the school. Many teachers I know that have difficult to pronounce last names also go by Mr/Ms/Mrs Last name first intial (i.e. Ms M)
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- SumDudeLv 72 months ago
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- LaurieLv 72 months ago
The students who were raised correctly by their parents do.
- 2 months ago
Yes that is correct
- Supreme ThoughtsLv 62 months ago
- Damon LyonLv 72 months ago