The World Cup has commenced.
…Which means all of my male students in my afternoon classes yesterday did not show up as I had surmised since they were probably at home watching the game. Proof: only ladies in my yesterday’s class.
Since my last post probably got on everyone’s nerves, here are some pictures of my classes and school life. YOU’RE WELCOME.
Sometimes ESL books (published by National Geographic) are questionable. Other times they are amazing.
If you are not teaching, breathing, sleeping, eating, or pooping, then you are probably planning.
Sometimes student answers bring tears to my eyes and make teaching worth all the pain.
I asked my advanced students to write advantages and disadvantages of borrowing money to attend university. One girl confidently wrote:
“Another drawback is that if you don’t pay the debt the bank will destroy you.”
In another exercise I had two students come up with a business idea of their own. The guy decided to open a sex shop in Amsterdam and the girl opted to open a male stripper business catered to the ladies. I was proud.
Although my classes this month are awesome, my demon class from last session didn’t even know my name. Variations as seen on the final exam are as follows, including the best one – blank:
Sometimes they listen to me:
Just to show reiterate the reality, I am willing to show this…this is what usually happens when my life gets taken over by teaching (THOSE ARE NOT TRASH BAGS THEY ARE GROCERIES):
Off to my afternoon classes – day two of not expecting to see my male students. GOAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLL?
I think I will try to watch a part of the game on the internet or something. Maybe.