By Anonymous - 17/02/2016 13:16 - Canada - Brossard
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Yeah #2 is correct. Since you have PROOF of a conversation with the teacher concerning this very thing…where he says one thing but then PENALIZES you for following his instructions…you have an open and shut case to have the teacher's decision overridden by a higher authority (dept head, principal, etc.) Making mistakes is one thing. But when it's the teacher who makes the mistake, and then punishes their students for their OWN mistake……that's a COMPLETELY different matter.
mine did this for seventh grade science class. then I had to put up with her for an eighth grade teacher the next year. I was terribly sick for two weeks, came back, and she said "oh, you can start this. just write me a paragraph or two in the twenty minutes left in class, about recycling and whetgr you think our town should recycle" then gave me an awful mark, because I didn't have research, and it was too short. then she patronized me for not spending enough time on it.
My biology teacher was very similar, she'd try to find any sort of reason to have a go at me. One time I had enough so I asked her to stop, she started shouting at me and then kicked me out of the classroom, I called her crazy and I got suspended. After that I'd go in to a lesson and be told I couldn't be in there for that lesson but never told why. She finally retired after I finished school.
Unfortunately this happens to people way more than it should. In fact, yesterday a girl in my Biotechnology class asked why the teacher had taken points off for data from an experiment we did the day before being wrong due to a mistake in the experiment. She asked him when she was writing the report if she should use someone else's data or not and he said that as long as she stated that there was an error she was fine. He counted off a full letter grade for that.
You should talk to the principal
He shouldn't be taking points off of your grade for his own mistake. That doesn't seem fair