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  • If you were a teacher

    which subjects/topics would you like to teach?
    "Brevity is the soul of wit." Hamlet, William Shakespeare.

  • #2
    Cashmere I would kick you out of my class for wanting to be clear.
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    • #3
      Math.


      Or, may be 'meth' if allowed
      We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star." -- Stephen Hawking

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Monk View Post
        Cashmere I would kick you out of my class for wanting to be clear.
        I will be overwhelmingly imbued with reverence sitting in your most prestigious classroom to grasp a few words of your scholarly wisdom. Why would you deny me such a privilege? WHY?!!
        "Brevity is the soul of wit." Hamlet, William Shakespeare.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by SID_NY View Post
          Math.


          Or, may be 'meth' if allowed
          Haha! I knew you were a druggie!
          "Brevity is the soul of wit." Hamlet, William Shakespeare.

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          • #6
            None because I suck at teaching.
            Anything worth doing is worth doing well.

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            • #7
              Wait till Bobby1 comes and tell us how useless teachers are since they dont earn a handsome amount of $$$ that he and his handsome nephews make (mashallah)
              We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star." -- Stephen Hawking

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              • Bobby1
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                Teachers here if they get a job, and that is the key, make really good money. Around 100 K with experience and a lot of time off. They often marry fellow teachers. Jeremy our lead athletes parents are both teachers and have several rental properties. The hard part is 100 applications for each position.

            • #8
              Originally posted by Cashmere View Post

              I will be overwhelmingly imbued with reverence sitting in your most prestigious classroom to grasp a few words of your scholarly wisdom. Why would you deny me such a privilege? WHY?!!
              With this attitude I will allow.
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              • Cashmere
                Cashmere commented
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                You melt my heart

            • #9
              Math, Accounting, Business Studies, Organisational Behavior

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              • Cashmere
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                Sounds like an entire curriculum

              • chaa moo
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                My both parents were teachers and I taught as a student after my HSC. My strength is in numbers but teaching OB is fun making all those scenarios. Most students I taught had accounting and business studies combo in O & A levels.

              • Cashmere
                Cashmere commented
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                Sounds great! Kudos to you!

            • #10
              I would teach math cuz that's my favorite subject.

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              • #11
                Red pill

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                • redvelvet
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                  **eeeewwww**

                  NO!

                • Cashmere
                  Cashmere commented
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                  I'm afraid you'll end up discussing red pill concepts with the walls of an empty classroom.

              • #12
                Anthropology

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              • #13
                Math, English, History
                “Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.”

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                • third string
                  third string commented
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                  Haha you seem like that type

                • Illuminate
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                  I hope that's a good thing

              • #14
                Mechanical Engineering & Metallurgy..

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                • SID_NY
                  SID_NY commented
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                  O hello Geek

                • Hakuna Matata
                  Hakuna Matata commented
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                  it's in me from the beginning..

              • #15
                I had taken many fine arts classes in school and I would lose myself completely in them, so originally that's what I wanted to teach as I had a knack for it as well. But I changed my mind for personal reasons. I used to teach intensive reading at the middle school level and the students in those classes tend to be an emotionally trying bunch due to troubled home lives. But once you develop a rapport with them, it can be fun to delve into novel studies with them and to get them to connect the novel to their own lives as you analyze characters, events, themes, and quotes, etc. I have wondered what it would be like to teaching language arts at the secondary level (high school, etc) where the students are more mature, more capable of divergent thinking, and would also (hopefully) have their basic writing skills in place. For right now, it's math. And I like like objectivity of math; it's easier to grade because there is only one answer and you either have it or you don't.

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                • Cashmere
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                  Back in the day the English course at middle school level was divided into two separate fragments - Language Arts and Reading. Not sure if it still runs that way.
                  I'd love to teach brit lit but there is almost always a grading dilemma you mentioned with math. It's never easy grading analyses, perspectives and elaborate conclusions regarding literature. I'm sure most of us can relate to how unfairly some of our essays were graded back then.
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