Death Note

critical stance
@cacay1 (33199)
Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
August 27, 2016 2:07am CST
Yesterday, before I left the classroom, I noticed a pack bag and a big black notebook left in the chair. I was alone. All of my students left after the long quiz in Algebra. I looked around to find one student to run outside and to announce of the things left in the classroom, but none. I decided to bring them to the faculty office. When I opened the pack bag, it was owned by my student; only his bag present body absent. I was not happy to know this cheat,but I marked that student absent.I asked myself why I haven't detected that student cutting class. Unfortunately, I met that student outside and he did not recognize me for I wore a face mask and black eye glasses. This is so because our campus is so dusty all janitors make a general cleaning. When I arrived in the faculty office, I opened that black notebook and I was so horrified . Written in the first page of the student's notebook these words: DEATH NOTE.I opened all the pages and saw all those examples in Mathematics and each page is labelled DEATH NOTE. I laughed to know how this student felt likely to die of Algebra.. Next week, I am going to talk to these two students and let them explain.
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6 responses
• Philippines
27 Aug 16
It takes an inspiration to understand algebra. one time i had my first gf, I turned into math and all of sudden i finally understand the subject which was taught to me in highschool for the last four years, it's like a HUGE BULB on my head. But after that, my head suddenly went uninterested again, it's like it was hard to learn again. I will miss those moments where I once "GET IT"
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@cacay1 (33199)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
27 Aug 16
gone with the wind.Where is your first gf now?Lol.
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@nomus24g (25122)
• India
27 Aug 16
These students are so naughty
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@cacay1 (33199)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
28 Aug 16
@nomus24g , hehehehe my students are almost qualified to take d. ages 18 lol.
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@Corbin5 (119302)
• United States
27 Aug 16
Yes, an explanation would be nice to have for words like that. I cried over algebra and I am glad it did not kill me. I wanted an A, but got a B, thus I cried.
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@cacay1 (33199)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
28 Aug 16
@Corbin5 , Oh sorry friend for you cried for Algebra , happy to hear you were able to get a good grade, B is very good.
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@JudyEv (136763)
• Bunbury, Australia
27 Aug 16
I used to feel like that about algebra at times.
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@cacay1 (33199)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
28 Aug 16
@JudyEv, Really? hahahaha, it is truly a killer subject.
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@1hopefulman (33555)
• Canada
28 Aug 16
We all have different talents and interests and for some algebra can be a killer.
@cacay1 (33199)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
28 Aug 16
@1hopefulman, hahahaha, you make my Sunday beautiful..I think so.
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• United States
28 Aug 16
i felt that way myself but survived :) hopefully yer gonna be able to get to the troubles 'n figure a way to teach 'em so's they've a better understandin'.