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In the classrooms, there are many personalities and attitudes. A teacher have to deal with those who treat their peers differently because they don't look like them, act like them, or because of the influence they have in their lives. Then, we have those who are acting out because of how they feel on the inside; there is something deeper going on within them that justifies their misdirected anger. Students inherit habits from their home and family that are hard for teachers to compete with. How do an instructor manage the mindset of all the students while not offending their parentals or guardians? How do we teach to where they understand while still taking their personal life and feelings into consideration?