Monday, May 9, 2011

The Bluff

"Ms. Y told me she was going to be out, and she wanted me to tell you what we're doing today."

It was fifth period. I had lesson plans. I had been following said lesson plans all day. But I wanted to see what the girl would say, so I let her continue.

"We're working on vocabulary. And we can sit anywhere we want."

Um, yeah, right. I don't think so. Although, I give her points for coming up with a plausible assignment. I expected a "we can just hang out/we don't have any work to do" explanation. But the sit anywhere bit I was not buying.

Oh, and for the record: this was an honors class.

2 comments:

  1. Ha! Several of my classes were/are intensive studies programs. Students apply. They supposedly want to be there. It's amazing how little most of 'em want to do.

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  2. Wow. Well, she has gall for trying. What did you tell her?

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