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How to feign 'anger'

Discussion in 'Behaviour' started by pmac25, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. and not run the risk of other members of staff thinking you're angry?! [​IMG]
  2. Would it matter if they did?
  3. And to what purpose? Anger usually means you've lost control. I know you'd be faking it but would the kids? If they do, they may shrug it off as you don't really mean it and if they don't, they've found a way to make you lose control.
  4. Tom_Bennett

    Tom_Bennett Occasional commenter

    Don't you WATCH Star Wars?
  5. YesMrBronson

    YesMrBronson New commenter

    Lol! You do look a bit like Yoda Tom.

    (runs for exit)
  6. I understand what your saying pmac. Once wanted to rant at a class who had emptied a supply of my healthy lollies when a supply teacher was covering me whilst on a course. Was a few years ago but i remember setting up a stool as a prop which i booted with considerable force to get the point across at how disappointed i was. Actually remember practicing the stool kick! Next day i had bags of sweets from the pupils [​IMG]

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