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Ways to annoy your classes at the end of term...

Discussion in 'Personal' started by learningyoghurt, Jul 12, 2008.

  1. learningyoghurt

    learningyoghurt New commenter

    THEM: Are you going to be a cool form tutor next year?
    ME: Are you going to be a cool form?

    THEM: Can we watch a DVD this lesson?
    ME: Yes. I've routed out an interesting documentary on the Industrial Revolution.

    ME: If you answer these questions correctly, you will Win!
    THEM: Ooo, what what what what what?
    ME: The honour and glory of winning.

    (And my personal favourite)
    THEM: Are we going to have a fun lesson today?
    ME: No.

    Help me out with these? I do hate the end of term.
     
  2. learningyoghurt

    learningyoghurt New commenter

    THEM: Are you going to be a cool form tutor next year?
    ME: Are you going to be a cool form?

    THEM: Can we watch a DVD this lesson?
    ME: Yes. I've routed out an interesting documentary on the Industrial Revolution.

    ME: If you answer these questions correctly, you will Win!
    THEM: Ooo, what what what what what?
    ME: The honour and glory of winning.

    (And my personal favourite)
    THEM: Are we going to have a fun lesson today?
    ME: No.

    Help me out with these? I do hate the end of term.
     
  3. Ways to annoy them? Make 'em work right up until the last bell.
     
  4. grandelf

    grandelf New commenter

    so you mean me doing assessments all week with them is down right evil?


     
  5. I quite like these type of threads.
     
  6. 'Are we going to have fun this lesson?'


    Answer: I will not have the 'F' word in this class.
     
  7. learningyoghurt

    learningyoghurt New commenter

    They aren't really supposed to be witty (I'm not). I'm aiming for evil and deliberately obstructive.

    A more accurate description would be:

    THEM: Can we watch a DVD?
    ME: No.

    THEM: Do you have any prizes?
    ME: No.

    THEM: Can we play games all lesson?
    ME: No.

    THEM: As it's our last lesson, can we listen to our i-pods?
    ME: No.

    THEM: As it's the last lesson, can I sit next to my horrid little mate so that can giggle and do nothing all lesson?
    ME: No.

    Etc etc etc.

    I bloody well hate the end of ******* term - apart from the fact that it is the end of term, of course. Load of manic, e-numbered up hyper little ghouls who are going to sulk loudly because I don't give in to every single one of their whims, complain about having to be in school because "all we do is watch DVDs", then come into every class saying "canwewatchaDVD? canwewatchaDVD?", and oin and oin for 'fun' lessons. Excuse me? I've spent all ******* year trying to give you 'fun' lessons! Sod off! I don't want to be here either!

    And all the soles have come off their school shoes, so they'll all be wearing trainers. All the better for bouncing off the ceiling with!

    *learningyoghurt huffs huffily*

    Rant over, sorry. Assessments sounds like a great idea - but what about the marking.
     
  8. learningyoghurt

    learningyoghurt New commenter

    Eek
    Sub ? for .
     
  9. Them: Are we going to have a fun lesson?
    Me: What are you on about? All my lessons are fun!

    Them: Can we go on games this lesson?
    Me: No, you've done that all year, I thought today we might do some work!
     
  10. grandelf

    grandelf New commenter

    thats the joy of assessments at the end of term,

    just throw them away! the kids wont remember next year.

     
  11. learningyoghurt

    learningyoghurt New commenter

    Aha. I like it.
    Truly a stroke of evil genius. Do go on...
     
  12. I like to have a big bag of sweets on display for the whole of the last week. I use the same bag every year. The sweets may have got a little sticky after 15 years
     
  13. Eva_Smith

    Eva_Smith Established commenter

    My favourite is:

    Them: can we play games this lesson, it's our last lesson

    Me: Next week is activities week. What do you think you'll be doing then?
     
  14. We're having a non uniform day on the last day of term. I intend to hide in my stock cupboard all day.
     
  15. Them: Can we have a free lesson?
    Me: Certainly, come back at the end of the day and you can have a database lesson free of charge.

     
  16. Groovygirl

    Groovygirl New commenter

    Them: Can we do something fun now?
    Me: Yes, we are going to clear up the classroom, including emptying the drawers.
     

  17. "I'm going to have fun but can't say the same for you". (evil laughter)

    My lot would never ask. They already knew my reply!

    Working in a boarding school the classroom was where we all worked. Around the house we could pretend we were human.
     
  18. lilachardy

    lilachardy Star commenter

    Them: Have we got you next year?
    Me: No
    Them: Oh phew... I mean, oh no Miss...

    Me: Coulda been lying...
     
  19. Grandelf and Midlifecrysis ... I am soooo impressed!!!

    *Note to self: must try harder with evilness
     
  20. grandelf

    grandelf New commenter

    thanks

    one does try to keep up the evilness.
     

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