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Every single teacher should read this thread on Mumsnet

Discussion in 'Personal' started by Robsia, Sep 29, 2010.

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  1. anon2799

    anon2799 New commenter

    taut?
     
  2. Let's do a masha...tort.
     
  3. anon2799

    anon2799 New commenter

    Tawt ? ~ already imagining the mumsnet thread " teachers can't even spell taught and are debating correct spelling on tes"~
     
  4. We must introduce them to masha.
     
  5. anon2799

    anon2799 New commenter

    I wonder how she'd spell Ptolemy?
     
  6. Or Roopet?
    Or Persefoni?
     
  7. ilovesooty

    ilovesooty Star commenter

    That would be too cruel, given that they're already lumbered with QT. [​IMG]
     
  8. Ohhhhhhhh, no, it would have to be Perseffoni. Cos one f would make the o long.
     
  9. Did I ever claim to be nice? [​IMG]
     
  10. Nope, thought again.
    It would have to be Pseffoni.
     
  11. anon2799

    anon2799 New commenter

    Kilee, Britnee, Browgan, Brayden, Deejay, Seejay and Beejay, Jays, Jayden, tiffany -jay, jayd, lowgen - she'd love my kids, maybe Masha is on of the disaffected British underclass?
     
  12. She would have a right bother with the spellings of my kids names - they are Celtic, tee hee!
    I'll PM them you for a laugh.
     
  13. I think I've found a new addiction: Mumsnet. Can't get enough of the teacher criticism threads. Just as well there are so many to choose from. My god their children are precious! When did parents become so over-sensitive. Too much homework, not enough homework, wrong type of homework. Missing jumpers and coats are good enough reason to demand meeting with head and chair of governors.

    I particularly liked the parent that was furious that her dyslexic son was upset because the teacher made him call out his test scores. It apparently made him feel 'more thicker.' However, she was only aware how upset he was when another parent informed her of the situation.
     
  14. Anonymous

    Anonymous New commenter

    I can remember one teacher who gave me the part of the Inspector to read during Eng.Lit. Not sure what the play was but this guy had a lot to say. I had a really bad speech impediment then and hated doing that. Sometimes it does pay to be aware of how a pupil might feel.
    Still I also love Mumsnet - interesting to see how parents feel.
     
  15. HarveyMarsh

    HarveyMarsh New commenter

    Well, I agree with you, it looks and really very strange. I do not know what they think of themselves. Well, the teacher's profession is still to be. Maybe someone just wants to become a teacher.
     
  16. peakster

    peakster Star commenter

    Why did you just raise an 8 year old thread ?

    Idiot.

    And an illiterate idiot to boot.
     
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  17. TES_Community

    TES_Community Administrator

    Please refrain from posting on old threads. Bumping up historic content can be confusing for forum members to follow the topic and can divert attention from new and current queries. Please feel free to start a new thread.
     
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