• A Funny Incident
    A funny incident A funny incident occurred when I was in the 8th standard. It was a normal day at school. Our dramatic competition was not far away. I had to help prepare the props for our house, the blue house. Initially everything was going fine and our props were being painted really well...
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  • Dogs Can Talk Now?
    to this day by Kristy and I and still laughed upon. I can understand anyone else hearing about this little incident not finding it funny. I have told this story to a few people and have definitely not gotten the kind of response that was given in that classroom that day. It was kind of one of...
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  • Ms
    This book is one of the best I have ever read. I hope after reading this review you will enjoy the book too. The name of this book is ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the night-time'. It is called this because one day, the main character of this book finds a dead dog in his neighbours garden...
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  • “An Ounce of Cure” by Alice Munro
    incident” seemed to help the relationship with Martin, but not with the mother; that I think stayed the same. Analysis #2 Trevor If Munro was funny in “The Office,” that’s nothing compared to the humor she uses in “An Ounce of Cure.” This story had me laughing out loud in some places, and...
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  • My Best Pal
    school and were at wits’ ends as we searched tirelessly for our designated classes. Samantha and I got acquainted as both of us were in the same class and sat next to each other. Samantha was a happy-go-lucky girl who always managed to breathe fresh air into the sometimes arid classroom. She...
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  • symbolism
    dramatic impact and lends weight to the description offered by the adjective. Example: He spoke of times past and future, and dreamt of things to be. Anecdote Definition: The word anecdote, phonetically pronounced an.ik.doht, means a short verbal accounting of a funny, amusing, interesting event...
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  • A Wonderful Friend
    classroom. She always knew what to say and would voice them at the best possible moments. Both pupils and teachers alike enjoyed her company and liveliness. There was hardly ever a dull moment when she was around, with her funny quips and expressions. Suzi was born with a silver spoon in her mouth...
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  • My Bestfriend
    school and were at wits’ ends as we searched tirelessly for our designated classes. Nicky and I got acquainted as both of us were in the same class and sat next to each other. Nicky was a happy-go-lucky girl who always managed to breathe fresh air into the sometimes arid classroom. She always knew...
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  • Narrative
    this I pushed myself to learn English faster. When I walked in the classroom I was petrified because everything was new and different from how it was in Mexico. The room was cool, there was carpet on the floor, there were colorful posters all over the walls, white boards, and a podium. I had never...
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  • Management of Pupil Behaviour
    A reflective report on the management of pupil behaviour In this report I intend to focus on the different strategies of quieting down and calming the class. Managing the behaviour of the classroom has always been a problem for the class teacher. When given the responsibility of 30 children, all...
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  • Unit 2
    teaching, many have talked about their own personal experiences which are often related to funny or sad incidents. I have found they learn by their own experiences to put a good message across to students. At present I teach many learners with English as a second language, I have to change my teaching...
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  • Is It a Reality or a Dream?
    a gymnast, I would have done several back flips to release this flying-feeling in me. Honestly, it felt as if someone had poured a glass of cold water in my head when he spoke to me. After that incident, we casually chatted when we see each other during recess. Nothing personal, just some small talk...
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  • The ideal teacher
    by asking them to continue reading from where she stopped and corrected them wherever they made a mistake. • At the end, she gave them some pages to read at home. Classroom Layout 1 • In the previous incidents mentioned, the desks were neatly placed and organised in twos. – Students can...
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  • Personal Boundaries
    exhaustive and brought to closure in a timely manner. Be aware of likely places for patterns of sexual harassment to occur (for example, the school bus, a classroom, an overnight trip setting with low adult supervision) and work to prevent the risk of incidents in those settings. Provide information...
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  • Lallalalala
    her looking [while]before she was going to sit down, or not to pull her chair. I was in the third grade in my classroom, and I thought it would be funny if I pulled my friend’s seat [and risked myself getting into trouble because I thought it was worth it],not knowing that I was risking her safety...
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  • Persuasive Bullying
    funny when they put down other kids. They have low self esteem and are driven by jealousy and anger. Bullies are people who have not learned the lessons of consequences, that if they behave well there are good consequences such as rewards, but if they behave badly there are bad consequences such...
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  • All God's Children
    before the age of six included slapping women’s behinds and stealing old men’s canes. His family found his behavior funny and entertaining. Even as he was being admitted to Wiltwyck at age 9, he was peeking up the receptionists skirt and his mother Laura was laughing! Willie learnt that outrageous acts...
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  • Project #1
    not only Angelou’s love of richly colorful clothing but also a painful event from her years as a single mother of a small boy; and “Extending Boundaries,” recounting an embarrassing experience from Angelou’s early days as a writer in New York City. Angelou uses each incident to draw some point, though...
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  • The Little Mermaid
    came and I froze. I had no idea what letter came next. I stared blankly at the librarian. “Uhhhh…. G?”, I said stupidly. I had completely forgotten my ABC’s. The librarian crossed her arms and glared. “Do you really think that is funny? Go to time out! You’re not playing for the rest of the day...
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  • To Joke or Not to Joke
    threatened or anxious. It has been recommended in previous studies that teachers introduce humour into classroom discourse by the frequent telling of funny, personal anecdotes. Cornett (1986; ref. in Martin, 2007, p. 350) describes humour as being one of the teacher’s “most powerful instructional...
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