Confessions of a Teacher: Part 3


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9 thoughts on “Confessions of a Teacher: Part 3

  1. A thought-provoking ‘confession’ Katzi, and one that greatly contrasts with the snifflefest and shamrock lolly games! The last point is particularly relevant as the Irish Times reported today that Saudi Arabia has banned protest marches in fear of potential political unrest spreading:

    http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2011/0306/breaking3.html

    “King Abdullah returned to Riyadh after a three-month medical absence and unveiled $37 billion in benefits for citizens in an apparent bid to curb dissent” – it seems money is seen as the best way to woo and to win over people…

  2. That’s awful, isn’t it? Aw, gorgi. I don’t know what to think about anything anymore. Thanks for reading and leaving a comment 🙂 You’re deadly. And gorgi, re: your joke facebook comment, the mere thought of it repulses me to the core. x

  3. ahaha.. your classes seem hilarious! I remember when you told me in Italy about one of your older students. but i´m guessing this is another one right?
    Oh i can just hear you saying this funny story to me smiling:)

  4. Ha..The instant he made his move was the time your ‘potential’ self defence class might come in handy..And after reading your title, I actually thought he was going to propose!! Whatever happened to the proposal?

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