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Re: Classroom Funnies

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croberts (b2w6w4kn)
Thu, 31 Dec 1998 08:41:56 -0500


Marsha, I love this....reminds me of when my husband and I first moved to
this area...and we were visiting different churches....well, as we were
getting out of the car one Sunday morning, I noticed I had two different
colored shoes on...and they were not even close...needless to say, we didn't
return to that church....I was so embarrassed...

in your case...you should have quickly retorted....YOU get a bonus point...I
was wondering who'd be the first to notice!

I teach middle school and I find that I have to use a lot of humor sometimes
or these kids could really get to you, right?

The music teacher and I have hall duty as the students get off the bus and
enter the building...well, one day, the music teacher had fixed her hair a
little differently...and a student stopped in front of her and said..."Ms.
A, looks like you're having a "bad hair day". I got a good laugh, but the
music teacher didn't!
Carolyn
............................................................................
>One day my class from hell was acting obnoxious and I decided to stop all
work
>and take them outside to the picnic tables to have a "discussion" about
their
>behavior and give them an opportunity to share their opinions. Sweet, shy
>Lauren comes up to me and whispers that she has something to tell me.
>
> I reply," Is it really important? We are in the middle of a discussion".
>
>Lauren thought it WAS important. So, she says to me, "Mrs. G., you have
two
>different colored shoes on." In broad daylight it was as obvious as the
back
>of my hand...but that morning had I grabbed my shoes in a dark bedroom
and
>they looked like a pair. An embarassment for an art teacher that teaches
>about color theory!!!
>
>No, I am NOT color blind!!!
>
>Marsha
>