4th Graders

Substitute teaching

fourth grade students is a lot

like babysitting

 

© Christopher Rupley 2015

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13 thoughts on “4th Graders

  1. Don’t get me wrong! They were great! All but one class at one school this week were great so far! As far as a perfect grade, I’m not sure. I’ll be taking content tests in grades EC-8th grade, so I’ll be teaching the young ones until I can manage to graduate from grad school! Then, I will be trying to teach community college or become an adjunct professor at the university level…we shall see…mwuahahahah!

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  2. Wow. I was just thinking that the older they get–through high school–the more difficult they may be, all their dramas that can’t be solved with a bandaid. I wish you success, and plenty of patience and peace.

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  3. Good–I have horrid memories of my 5th grade teacher; she was pregnant and a total Witch. However, I suspect her near-daily class punishment of 300-500-word themes we had to write, may have built a foundation for my gift.

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