I’m now passing out the quiz, unless there’s… yes?
Nice try. You’re just stalling so I’ll have to move the quiz to tomorrow.
Your guilt trip won’t work. We’re short on time already.
You think I’m so desperate for a sign of intellectual engagement that I’ll fall for your obvious ruse? You think I’m so easily played?
8 thoughts on “Right Before the Quiz”
I remember the time when, before an announced quiz, we would hope for the teacher to forget about it or to run short of time for the quiz :O) Once a teacher in uni cancelled the quiz and one of my classmates neighed like an ecstatic horse! LOL
Been on both sides of this interaction. Makes it harder to resent the kids – although I usually manage to work up a little resentment.
the kid looks like an expert, no can defend
Careful in posting the students’ playbook, they may be upset that we are gaining a look into their mindsets…great post.
Yeah, I’d worry about spreading this play to kids who don’t already use it… but then again, every kid knows this trick, I think.
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