Thursday, September 13, 2012

An Awesome Lesson

I'm sorry to remind you all, but school is upon us yet again. A time where all kids around the world mourn the beginning of classes, tests, and worse, homework. To raise your spirits though, I have a story of one of my most entertaining classes ever.

There we were learning about how to listen carefully when one of my teachers comes running into the room. Here is the dialogue (Note: names are changed):

Teacher 1: "What are you doing? You can't just barge into a classroom."
Teacher 2: "I need to talk to Jane right now."
Teacher 1: "Class ends in 15 minutes, and then you can take her"
Teacher 2: "No, I have to take her now. You are not the boss of me."
Teacher 1: "Are you sure you want to do this? You are interrupting my class."
Teacher 2: "I don't care what you say, I need Jane now!"
Teacher 1: "Very well, just remember what you've done."
Teacher 2: "I will."

He leaves with Jane. The teacher asks us to write what we just saw, so she could use it. Of course, we are all afraid by now. We were thinking, "would what we write be used to get the other teacher fired?" We had no choice though, so we wrote down what we saw, and she asked us to read our stuff out loud. We all had different observations, which was a little weird, but not as weird as what happened next.

After we were all done, BOOM! the other teacher comes in and bows, and my teacher tells us that the exercise was to show that everyone hears something different. It was all an act. We were all freaked out.

I would like to take this time to congratulate my two teachers on such a wonderful feat, and if any of you, dear readers, are teachers, I highly suggest doing this. It was amazing.

Comment Questions: What would you have written about in that situation? Do you think this was awesome? Are you going to try to use this (please do)? Would you be freaked out if this happened to you? Tell me what you think in the comments below.

-The Shocked Anon Blogger

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  1. I'd be highly diplomatic in this situation. I'd say it was probably for an emergency, or maybe not, but we can't judge because we don't the whole picture.

    Stay out of trouble like that. :P
    Aaaaand thank you soooo much for mentioning me!! :* <3!!!

  2. That's awesome! Wish some of my teachers would have done stuff like that. Of course, I was so treacherous, I probably would have just made fun of them later, instead of admiring their effort.

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  4. Wow! That is fascinating! I think all teachers should do that in each of their classes. This is somewhat similar to the "telephone game" where one student tells a secret to a student next to him, and that student repeats it to the person next to him, and continues through a line of 20 students when by the end of the line the student repeats what he was told, and what he or she says is totally different from what the first student originally said. I think this is one of those life lessons we seem to overlook. Great share!

    xx rica

  5. I like this. Wished our instructors tried to do the same.

    I would've written "Mr. Blah barged into the class and took Jane despite our homeroom teacher's disapproval." But at the back of my mind I'd think the teacher and the student is you know, seeing each other. And when the class ends, I'd talk and help my classmates spread rumours about them. Ha ha ha. O_O

    By-the-by, I know Bhavani. I follow her too. :D