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2021-01-17 6:35:25 AM  
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2021-01-17 6:39:39 AM  
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2021-01-17 7:38:38 AM  
That's owling hilarious.
 
2021-01-17 7:38:58 AM  
Okay, teacher, you dun fukt up this one.
 
2021-01-17 7:51:15 AM  

Gyrfalcon: Okay, teacher, you dun fukt up this one.


Could've been worse.

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2021-01-17 7:56:08 AM  
Lazy teaching? You get what you pay for noob.
 
2021-01-17 7:56:46 AM  
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2021-01-17 8:14:31 AM  
 
2021-01-17 8:42:18 AM  
But a dad, who did not wish to be named, said it was "lazy teaching." He said: "It's just lazy isn't it?

The sister of one of the pupils said many of the pupils found it "hilarious."


Kids have such a better attitude about these things.
 
2021-01-17 8:50:03 AM  
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2021-01-17 8:52:07 AM  
The offensive word aside, what kind of lesson was this supposed to convey? Draw two circles then fill in the rest of the owl? In itself that's idiotic.
 
2021-01-17 8:54:38 AM  

SBinRR: But a dad, who did not wish to be named, said it was "lazy teaching." He said: "It's just lazy isn't it?

The sister of one of the pupils said many of the pupils found it "hilarious."

Kids have such a better attitude about these things.


It is lazy and hilarious.

Some parents/teachers/administrators need to pull the f*cking owls out of their asses.
 
2021-01-17 9:00:17 AM  
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2021-01-17 9:02:03 AM  

jjorsett: The offensive word aside, what kind of lesson was this supposed to convey? Draw two circles then fill in the rest of the owl? In itself that's idiotic.


Pretty sure it's a joke done lazy teacher found and downloaded.

Liken "How to sculpt an elephant. First, get a block of stone. Next, remove everything that doesn't look like an elephant."
 
2021-01-17 9:15:51 AM  
I'm not seeing the problem here.  The instructions are perfectly clear.
 
2021-01-17 9:20:15 AM  
teacher erasing board prank
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2021-01-17 9:23:54 AM  
Everyone's feathers are rustled over a farking word and not a hoot about  not showing how to to draw an owl.
 
2021-01-17 9:32:18 AM  
It was for 7th graders... I think they'll survive.

/Apparently their parents never listen to them playing Call of Duty.
 
2021-01-17 9:47:47 AM  
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(Mort Drucker, Mad Magazine, 1966)
 
2021-01-17 9:52:35 AM  
It's Hull.  No one will be able to tell the difference.  That's as close as an owl will ever get to being in Hull as well.
 
2021-01-17 9:57:57 AM  
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What a bad teacher might look like.
 
2021-01-17 9:58:55 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: [i.imgur.com image 598x451]


I must have missed this one.. wut dat?
 
2021-01-17 10:11:07 AM  
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I'm guessing 7th graders found it to be funny.
It's not like this word is not already in their vocabulary.
 
2021-01-17 10:12:56 AM  
What a farking owl would look like:

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2021-01-17 10:29:24 AM  
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2021-01-17 10:31:37 AM  

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I'm guessing 7th graders found it to be funny.
It's not like this word is not already in their vocabulary.


If it's like 7th grade when i was there, they're jamming F words into sentences, even if they don't work, so that they can sound more "grown up"

"That farking meatloaf they had at farking lunch today was farking gross."
 
2021-01-17 10:37:29 AM  

cwheelie: ArcadianRefugee: [i.imgur.com image 598x451]

I must have missed this one.. wut dat?


Read the small text at the bottom of the donuts.
 
2021-01-17 10:59:05 AM  

jake_lex: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: [Fark user image 615x499]

I'm guessing 7th graders found it to be funny.
It's not like this word is not already in their vocabulary.

If it's like 7th grade when i was there, they're jamming F words into sentences, even if they don't work, so that they can sound more "grown up"

"That farking meatloaf they had at farking lunch today was farking gross."


my wife teaches special needs (including extreme behavioural issues) and some of those kids would make Andrew Dice Clay blush when they're pissed off.
 
2021-01-17 11:02:49 AM  
This comes to mind every time I hear "worksheet".
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2021-01-17 12:07:56 PM  

SimonElectric: Everyone's feathers are rustled over a farking word and not a hoot about  not showing how to to draw an owl.


How many pricks does it take? The world may never know.
 
2021-01-17 12:25:18 PM  

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So far, I've found hamburger, sandwich, and fistcakes.
 
2021-01-17 3:25:08 PM  

StevieRayPalpatine: Gordon Bennett: [Fark user image image 399x605]

So far, I've found hamburger, sandwich, and fistcakes.


"fis_t_cakes"? What kind of a dirty mind so you have! This is an innocent kids' activity.
 
2021-01-17 5:01:06 PM  
So... did they draw the rest of the farking owl?
 
2021-01-17 7:57:05 PM  
Not defending the farkup, but I am going to explain something.

Imagine a typical math class. It's probably the easiest class to set up quickly when you and the kids are physically in school. Most of the grunt-work is already done for you, everybody gets a book, and the storage room has manipulatives you can sign out more or less at will as need arises.

Now suddenly, the kids are home-learning, and it's a big deal to get into the school yourself. They don't have the book at home. Your school laptop  is all well and good, but scanners/printers are your problem, and your laptop is admin-locked so you can't install them anyway. AKA, you're 100% on your own hardware (except for grades which are restricted to school computers.)

So scan the book? Ha. Uploading a PDF that large is not trivial, and at least half of the kids hardware will instantly shiat itself downloading it. Doesn't matter anyway, copyright law says you may not photocopy more than one chapter of any book under fair use. The publishers did not care to express an exemption over COVID, and your district's lawyers will not back you on this if anybody raises a stink, leaving you legally exposed on an unfunded mandate you cannot legally fulfill.

So you now have the choice of scavenging from multiple internet sources, finding the rare treasure trove of actual royalty-free worksheet(s) that is(are) relevant to what you're doing, or essentially rewriting the math book for lessons and worksheets. And all the while, your multiple communications channels are all dinging, binging, and ringing at you, more or less continuously and often simultaneously, including after hours, as you try to support the students who are doing stuff, and chasing after the students who aren't doing shiat.

That's just one math class. Science and social studies are far, far worse. This is all very time intensive. "Lazy"? Maybe, but I'm pretty sure that teacher is putting in 12+ hour days regardless of the corner-cutting.

My first day of home learning last October was a literal 18 hour work day with no real meal breaks.

Home learning is a farking meat grinder for teachers.
 
2021-01-17 7:59:33 PM  

Salmon: my wife teaches special needs (including extreme behavioural issues) and some of those kids would make Andrew Dice Clay blush when they're pissed off.


We have a special needs class next door that's occasionally like that. My 6th graders have heard things. Loud things.

/  The walls aren't soundproofed in any way.
 
2021-01-17 9:09:11 PM  
Or you could grow a pair and do your job and teach kids IN school. Lazy cowards.
 
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