How do you feel

@andyvish (901)
India
May 17, 2007 9:17am CST
when you are lecturing and one of your students repeatedly looking at his watch or when you are discussing something with your colleagues and one of them looking at his watch?
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4 responses
@ellie26 (4128)
• Malaysia
17 May 07
I think I will be really annoyed. It can create a lot of distractions. It as if telling you that you taking too much of his time or he is bored with your lecture or discussions.
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@shak143 (1280)
• India
17 May 07
I stop my lecture and try to grab his attention as may be he/she who looking at watch is feeling bore or may be has some work outside.What ever may be it's difficult for me to continue my class further or even my discussion.
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@xiqechill (238)
• Indonesia
17 May 07
i'm starting have migraine :o maybe i talked too much, but if i found out my students looking at his watch or doing anything besides listening to my speech, i will definitely give him a punishment :D
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@abroji (3247)
• India
17 May 07
I cannot say any thing about the Lecturer students affair because only teachers can say that. In general cases it is a clear indication for us to wind up our conversations. In our mother tongue (Malayalam) we have a saying "Better stop singing, while your voice is nice" When we get such a signal we should tactfully stop our talking and leave the venue.