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I'm asking this just because me and my friend were talking about having a teacher who liked anime because we could get along with them better, however I was just wondering if you thought it was a bad idea if you and your teacher had different opinions on the anime which made it awkward in class or something.
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I had an English professor back in my college days who was quite the anime enthusiast and would openly talk about it in class from time to time when work was done or we had time to spare. She was a rather eccentric person to begin with so she always had some... interesting points to make in our conversations. While the topics themselves would get odd at times it never made things awkward for anyone involved. We respected her opinions just as she respected ours. Made it easy.
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dotsforlife wrote:

I had an English professor back in my college days who was quite the anime enthusiast and would openly talk about it in class from time to time when work was done or we had time to spare. She was a rather eccentric person to begin with so she always had some... interesting points to make in our conversations. While the topics themselves would get odd at times it never made things awkward for anyone involved. We respected her opinions just as she respected ours. Made it easy.



That sounds kinda fun thanks for replying
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There is quite a bit of a 'time gap' between teacher and student, many teachers don't even know what anime is. In the future you may see more. If not become a teacher yourself and be that very teacher.
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My math teacher when I was in high school watched anime. He also ran the anime and asian culture club. Anime club was on Friday and Asian culture club was on Wednesday. He even played video games and would always talk about all the recent video games if you asked him about it. Also one time he did give the class a quick lesson on a few Japanese words one day and if you wanted to know a word in Japanese he would tell you if you gave a good enough reason for him to tell you.

He did get mad quickly whenever the class started talking during lessons but after the lessons you could do whatever you wanted he didn't care as long as your homework was done by tomorrow.
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PurpleDjango wrote:

There is quite a bit of a 'time gap' between teacher and student, many teachers don't even know what anime is. In the future you may see more. If not become a teacher yourself and be that very teacher.


There is no way I could become a teacher I suck at explaining things
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I had a teacher that loved anime.

We were doing a photoshop collage of something you like and I did Tokyo Ghoul. He came around and noticed and said he loved anime and that it looked like death note to him. He was a cool teacher too.
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My math teacher when I was in high school watched anime. He also ran the anime and asian culture club. Anime club was on Friday and Asian culture club was on Wednesday. He even played video games and would always talk about all the recent video games if you asked him about it. He did get frustrated easily though but despite getting mad quickly whenever the class started talking he was a great teacher to hang out with.


That's pretty cool, I know two teachers who play games and even play the games that students let them borrow then give their opinion on it I've always wanted an anime club.
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That'd be great if your teacher disagreed with you on a favorite character in a show, and just failed you lol
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Icarusgamer98 wrote:

I had a teacher that loved anime.

We were doing a photoshop collage of something you like and I did Tokyo Ghoul. He came around and noticed and said he loved anime and that it looked like death note to him. He was a cool teacher too. :P


Hahhaha that's cool I have a usb stick that I bring into school with my work on it and it has my anime folder on it as well and one day my I.T teacher was looking threw it for some lost work and he stumbled across a song called hime (from yowamushi pedal) and he played it out loud, he spent the next 5 minutes questioning my life
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Shivver wrote:

That'd be great if your teacher disagreed with you on a favorite character in a show, and just failed you lol


I would gladly fail for that reason
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Meh. I don't really care what my teachers like/dislike. I mind my own business.
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Nalaniel wrote:

Meh. I don't really care what my teachers like/dislike. I mind my own business.


Fair enough
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Shivver wrote:

That'd be great if your teacher disagreed with you on a favorite character in a show, and just failed you lol


or better yet what if you shipped different characters?
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If I ever become a teacher professor, I'd be that one. Never had one myself, though.
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