Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Why Some Teachers Go Mental (from my Inbox)


























12 comments:

Cat-in-Sydney said...

Aunty Zen,
U from Malaria? har har har...no wonder Mama not sending me to normal school. purrr.....meow!

Anonymous said...

OMG!!!!!! wonder what grades these kids are from.

Wan Sharif said...

Salah satu dari cubaan untuk Guru..
Nak jadikan anak murid yang corot menjadi cemerlang bukan senang
nak jadikan guru yang bosan kepada guru terbilang lagilah sukar..
Khabarnya pemuda harapan bangsa..

Mama Huptihup said...

hahaha migraine!! i mmg tak mau jd cikgu...im surrounded by teachers and i see them stress all the time...

Tommy Yewfigure said...

Trust me, all those kids that answered these questions in their own special way will grow up to have an edge over the other kids. These r creative children & if nurtured well will be genius in due course!

Now Zen, can I have all my past papers back now........kekeke.

Zendra-Maria said...

Cats, this fella remembered the association but not the actual name. Perhaps "malaise" might be better to trigger the right answer?... ooops hehehe

Zendra-Maria said...

Anon... high school obviously

Zendra-Maria said...

Ayoh Wang... pemudi tiang negara :) better to be a "tiang" than just a "harapan"

I have a lot of respect for teachers, especially the dedicated ones...

Zendra-Maria said...

Betul huptihup... lg stress bila kena ngajar kelas bebudak nakal yang play pranks on teacher / ustaz *winks*

Zendra-Maria said...

Tommy, so it was you who answered so creatively! Naah I'm holding on to these papers... just in case you become famous, i can sell them back to you... kekeke

DrSam said...

ha...ha...those answers made me laughed better than watching Raja lawak...do not underestimate today's cyber-kids. they can be very creative. If teachers can think a little bit out of the box and context...those answer should be given mark too :)

Anyway...bravo to our teachers who have to be contented with those 'brilliant' pupils.

Zendra-Maria said...

Agree with you dinda... these kind of answers make a teachers day.. but when it comes to public exams it's the teachers creativity that cajole the kids to perform "normally"