Ok, long story short--- a colleague of mine and I work WONDERFULLY together, we do lessons together, everything is split 50/50 and we share everything... Is perfect. Last year we felt bad for another colleague and gave her our stuff. This year, we feel a little differently. She never really acknowledged that we gave her our sweat and hard work and always would just expect a hand out and the work given to her (she's been teaching for 17 years, but changed to our content 4 years ago). Anyways, as I said, my partner and I don't want to be giving her our stuff anymore but we don't want to seem catty or rude or "mean". We've been going back and forth as to what to say to her when she asks for our lessons. Does anyone have an idea? (More background: my partner has been at this school for about 10 years so he's been established in terms of his reputation and feels more comfortable in saying how it is. While I have a really good rep at this school it's only my second year so I don't want to be that "new girl who doesn't share"). I want everyone to succeed but to me there a difference between asking for help and taking stuff.