Take a shot every time I use the word “effective” in any way!
Guess whose color-coded bjectives are good? (And the teacher even said not to mind the “helps” she put on the papers, and I see no “helps” on mine!) FUCK YEAH DOING EDUCATION RIGHT!
Oh, what’s that? Nothing but the first draft of the first lesson plan I’ve ever written, no big deal.
Actually, it is a big deal.
Oh yeah. Only second day of class. I forget others aren’t English Ed majors.
Eating and drinking in class, internet access, eating and drinking in class, checking phone messages, eating and drinking in class, etc…
Why wouldn’t you want my glorious bulleted lists? Or my nice, organized tables? Because you’re the teacher, and your word is law. <fume>
The only thing to combat my frustration is you, Education Major Penguin!
Yes, I could post it all at once as a single photoset. But I’m not. Why? Because shut up, that’s why.
(Also, I just keep undoing and rewriting on the same file, so it’s easier on me uploading this way.)
In my first education class, there was a list of movies that we could watch and write on for extra credit. Dead Poets Society was fun, but I wouldn’t call it a movie to live by. (But watching that with college friends was amazing fun.)
This is what I think every time I accidentally blow off some assignment or receive a teacher’s grace in turning something in late: I’ve been there, and I will treat my students accordingly.
It looked so neat! And then something as simple as getting the pen to freaking write…
Education Major Penguin: when you carry your own dry erase markers.
I made a meme template. Meet Education Major Penguin! Font used: Impact