I have a difficult student that I don't know how to handle. First for some background, I teach two regular 9th grade English classes and one remedial 9th grade English class. The remedial class is kinda "babied." They don't get much homework, and the work that we do is really below their grade level (I have to follow the department coursework for the class). My difficult student is in the remedial class. I'll repeat general instructions 2-3 times and I'll also have a student or two repeat them back to me. A minute later she asks (outloud, without raising her hand) "What are we supposed to do?" This drives me crazy. She NEVER listens. She also makes inappropriate comments. Half of the time when I tell her the task that she is supposed to be doing, she responds by saying "That's dumb" or "That's stupid." Sometimes she also claims that she "can't do" whatever it is that I've asked her to do. Also, when she asks a question that she can find the answer to for herself, I tell her where she can find it and she lets out an exasperated sigh and says "Why can't you just TELL me?" She also is constantly talking out and fooling around while I'm teaching. I'm getting very frustrated with her behavior. I've told her that if I need to ask her to be quiet or to pay attention more than once that I'll give her a detention and this doesn't help. I've moved her seat several times and this doesn't work either. Sometimes I feel like she just wants to push my buttons. I need help. Any ideas??