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to my literature teacher:

Author: explosions
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screw you, mrs. pettit.
written 4.3.07.

to my literature teacher:

wouldn’t it be funny
if a poet whose poems were being analyzed
by some sophomore english class
with a slacker teacher
who engages in faulty pedagogy
one day visited and said
hey, i just did that ‘cause i thought it was cool

hell knows i have

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  HAHA! That was funny.
And it hit me straight in the heart because I am a teacher.

I like that it's all lower case. It fits with the casual tone of "slacker teacher." And using the phrase 'engages in faulty pedagogy,' gives it a contrast by its formal, intellectual connotation that adds an element of humor. Of course I know nothing about slacker teachers OR faulty pedagogy!

I bet you were the class smart-ass! LOL

| Posted on 2007-08-08 00:00:00 | by annie0888 | [ Reply to This ]

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