A teacher's pet is someone who is greatly favored by a teacher. To become a teacher's pet, it will take a bit of work, but the results are phenomenal. When you're a teacher's pet, the teacher is more likely to accept excuses from you, and you are guaranteed a good high school recommendation. Being a teacher's pet, depending upon your personality, can be very difficult or very hard if you don't know what to do. However, with a few easy steps, you will reach your goal. Though it will take a bit of work, the benefits you will reap will be worth it.
Decide what teacher you wish to be the "pet" to. Is it going to be your homeroom teacher, a PE coach, an art or music teacher, the teacher of your favorite subject, or all of them? You might want to start with the "nicest" teacher. If you want to become more than one teacher's pet, make sure you have time to manage all the extra effort you should put into their class!
Always come prepared to the teacher's class. You want to have all the homework done with a lot of effort put into it. Projects should be ready to turn in soon after being assigned, and try your best to be creative in all of your work. You also might want to read over the lesson before the class so you are extra prepared for participating and you can stun the teacher with your knowledge of the subject.
Get involved in classroom discussions! Any answer you give shows the teacher that you were listening, and any well though question shows the teacher how you are trying to apply what they teach to real life. In a class where everyone seems asleep, raising your hand shows that you care.
Always do your homework, and if possible, go the extra step and talk to your teacher about what you can do to improve your knowledge on the subject. Talk to him/her about what you learned and how much you enjoyed their lesson (they'll love this). But not too much, teachers can sense false sensitivity. So make small, proper, and nice comments about the lesson.