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I know that first grade teacher DO have an emotional influence on their students. An emotional influence that I believe is very important on the child.

I know that the childrens' first teachers have a very big influence on them. Everyone remembers the first teacher he/she has had for the whole life. So I think that there is a big influence!

I know that first grade students rely heavily not only on their parents' response to their progress but more importantly their teachers'. It is very important that at such a young age children get positive reinforcement. First graders are just beginning to grow into their own and being with the same teacher day in and day out builds an uncomparable bond

What triggers the emotional influence between the child and the teacher.

How long after the school year beings does the student realize their emotional attachement with their teacher( I am sure this varies of course)?

Does every first grade teacher have an emotional influence on all of their students?

I want to know what teachers,pupils and their parents think about the first teachers' influence on the first graders.

I want to research how a child is affected by positive vs. negative criticism

Since there is such an emotional attachment formed between teachers in students during the learning years, why dont have students remain with their same teacher for the first few years of primary education as to work off of that relationship? *Does every first grade teacher have an emotional influence on all of their students?

I would like to find out the students' reactions and responses to their first grade teachers before the year begins and once it is comlete.

Regarding question 9-I have learned that criticism can be either very helpful or detrimental on a student. In order for a teacher to get their point across to a student they must remember that POSITIVE criticism is the only way to go.

I. How does the teacher's work motivate the children? II. How does the teacher affect the development of the childrens interests/ of the childrens creativity? III. When does the friendship between teacher and students begin? IV. What is the role that teachers play in affecting children emotions? V. What triggers the emotional influence between the child and the teacher. VI. How long after the school year beings does the student realize their emotional attachement with their teacher( I am sure this varies of course)? VII. Does every first grade teacher have an emotional influence on all of their students? VIII. What do teachers and parents think about the first teachers' influence on the first graders? IX. How a child is affected by positive vs. negative criticism?

I. How does the teacher's work motivate the children? II. How does the teacher affect the development of the childrens interests/ of the childrens creativity? III. When does the friendship between teacher and students begin? IV. What is the role that teachers play in affecting children emotions? V. What triggers the emotional influence between the child and the teacher. VI. How long after the school year beings does the student realize their emotional attachement with their teacher( I am sure this varies of course)? VII. Does every first grade teacher have an emotional influence on all of their students? VIII. What do teachers and parents think about the first teachers' influence on the first graders? IX. How a child is affected by positive vs. negative criticism?

This link gives a teacher's input on how emotions affect the children's learning, and ways that the teacher can help those students who are not in the mood to learn. However, this is from a teacher in high school, but I'm sure it can be adapted for a first grade class. Emotions affect a student's learning
Verna Endaya. Topic question number 4.

This link briefly describes a study that involved the results between the affects of positive and negative criticism on students. [[1]] Ashley Graham. Topic question 9