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Teacher fired after assigning violent math problems to third graders
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hahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahaha...
I love that teacher!! I CAN TOTALY UNDERSTAND THAT!! americans is soooo damn stupid sometimes.. XD double moral..
Kids these days plays alot worse games with more gore and viloance then normal people cant watch without puking.. xD
So send that person to sweden and we will love his education.. as they are easy to remember.. xD you will never forget math ever again.. xD

had a teacher that had a tennis ball once threw relgion class.. xD evrytime people did not behave he threw the ball over their head to the wall.. and catch it without looking up.. gosh i still remeber that day... and i will never forget what he taught us that day!! :P

Hail to the teachers that dare to think out of the box!!!!!
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the answer is 86
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Wish I had a teacher like that when I was in school...
Posted 3/3/12
Tactical thinking. If my Maths papers looked like that I'd surely remember how I worked it out for as long as I live! Haha I'd just think "ohhhh now I remember that batshit crazy question!"
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Let them enjoy their child hood! Don't talk to them about death -_-
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SecondLife wrote:

Let them enjoy their child hood! Don't talk to them about death -_-


Well most kids plays alot worse things then that? haha.. and death is something natrual.. there for nothing wrong by bring up the subject either.

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Azubooh wrote:


SecondLife wrote:

Let them enjoy their child hood! Don't talk to them about death -_-


Well most kids plays alot worse things then that? haha.. and death is something natrual.. there for nothing wrong by bring up the subject either.



Yes death is natural I am fully aware of that and by "plays" do you mean video games? The way you have sent the reply it's difficult to decipher. However I believe the opposite, children shouldn't have to be open to these themes early in life. I understand that one day that they will have to learn more about death but do we really think they even completely understand the true meaning of death?
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SecondLife wrote:


Azubooh wrote:


SecondLife wrote:

Let them enjoy their child hood! Don't talk to them about death -_-


Well most kids plays alot worse things then that? haha.. and death is something natrual.. there for nothing wrong by bring up the subject either.



Yes death is natural I am fully aware of that and by "plays" do you mean video games? The way you have sent the reply it's difficult to decipher. However I believe the opposite, children shouldn't have to be open to these themes early in life. I understand that one day that they will have to learn more about death but do we really think they even completely understand the true meaning of death?


Well my moms friend had a 3 years old with canser... even if none speak with him about death.. he knew more then most did..
He even spoken about it with us and he was more accepting then most are.. so i can say for sure that children understand more then we think.. only the adults that catagorise their innocents.
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Well my moms friend had a 3 years old with canser... even if none speak with him about death.. he knew more then most did..
He even spoken about it with us and he was more accepting then most are.. so i can say for sure that children understand more then we think.. only the adults that catagorise their innocents.


Im sorry but I cannot tell by your grammar if you are talking about the child's feelings or his parent. I will assume that you are talking about the father as its frankly unlikely that the 3yr old knew that he/she was diagnoses with cancer. However I do send my blessings to the father, the pain he must of felt would of been incredible. However you are missing the point, it is harder for children to understand as they do not witness as much as their elders have nor do they truly understand what death is, the serious factor just passes over there heads. This could also be argued to as why children seem "innocent". I hope that makes sense.
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Well my moms friend had a 3 years old with canser... even if none speak with him about death.. he knew more then most did..
He even spoken about it with us and he was more accepting then most are.. so i can say for sure that children understand more then we think.. only the adults that catagorise their innocents.


Im sorry but I cannot tell by your grammar if you are talking about the child's feelings or his parent. I will assume that you are talking about the father as its frankly unlikely that the 3yr old knew that he/she was diagnoses with cancer. However I do send my blessings to the father, the pain he must of felt would of been incredible. However you are missing the point, it is harder for children to understand as they do not witness as much as their elders have nor do they truly understand what death is, the serious factor just passes over there heads. This could also be argued to as why children seem "innocent". I hope that makes sense.

Well i'm dyslexic.. anyhow.. Filip was most aware that he will die.. and he was diffrent.. he already knew without people telling him..
people around him brake when he actual open the mouth about it the first time.. and he died three days later.. so children understand more about death then most think.. atleast i know so just by him..
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Azubooh wrote:


SecondLife wrote:



Well my moms friend had a 3 years old with canser... even if none speak with him about death.. he knew more then most did..
He even spoken about it with us and he was more accepting then most are.. so i can say for sure that children understand more then we think.. only the adults that catagorise their innocents.



Im sorry but I cannot tell by your grammar if you are talking about the child's feelings or his parent. I will assume that you are talking about the father as its frankly unlikely that the 3yr old knew that he/she was diagnoses with cancer. However I do send my blessings to the father, the pain he must of felt would of been incredible. However you are missing the point, it is harder for children to understand as they do not witness as much as their elders have nor do they truly understand what death is, the serious factor just passes over there heads. This could also be argued to as why children seem "innocent". I hope that makes sense.

Well i'm dyslexic.. anyhow.. Filip was most aware that he will die.. and he was diffrent.. he already knew without people telling him..
people around him brake when he actual open the mouth about it the first time.. and he died three days later.. so children understand more about death then most think.. atleast i know so just by him..

My humble apologies I was unaware. However if those are your views I will not force you to change them, they are yours and you are entitled to them, however I will keep mine.
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SecondLife wrote:


Azubooh wrote:


SecondLife wrote:



Well my moms friend had a 3 years old with canser... even if none speak with him about death.. he knew more then most did..
He even spoken about it with us and he was more accepting then most are.. so i can say for sure that children understand more then we think.. only the adults that catagorise their innocents.



Im sorry but I cannot tell by your grammar if you are talking about the child's feelings or his parent. I will assume that you are talking about the father as its frankly unlikely that the 3yr old knew that he/she was diagnoses with cancer. However I do send my blessings to the father, the pain he must of felt would of been incredible. However you are missing the point, it is harder for children to understand as they do not witness as much as their elders have nor do they truly understand what death is, the serious factor just passes over there heads. This could also be argued to as why children seem "innocent". I hope that makes sense.

Well i'm dyslexic.. anyhow.. Filip was most aware that he will die.. and he was diffrent.. he already knew without people telling him..
people around him brake when he actual open the mouth about it the first time.. and he died three days later.. so children understand more about death then most think.. atleast i know so just by him..

My humble apologies I was unaware. However if those are your views I will not force you to change them, they are yours and you are entitled to them, however I will keep mine.


Thanks for sharing anyhow..

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Posted 3/3/12
Holy crap... psycho teacher...
Posted 3/3/12
My word. All the reason why I dislike public school even more.
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Who said math never killed anyone?
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