Lord, have mercy.
But there's something in this:
1. please, pray for me to alwayse keep patience. there is a special-education student cooking with me in cooking class. I have to make TONS of cookies, and am on a tight schedule. on top of that, I have to explain everything to him, he always howls and wails that h wants to do more, and won't do the dishes (which is what I've assigned him too, in the interest of time) which I have to do, making me 15 minutes late for English class. PLEASE pray for me to keep patience.
You assigned him to do the dishes. Could it be that your fellow student sees you as doing the fun/creative/productive parts and you 'make' him do the dirty work as it were? Would you object if you thought that someone had done that to you, maybe?
Our youngest has Down Syndrome, so I have some experience with Special Needs students. The time crunch of classes is a real thing. But there is more here including two people who have to work together.