I am AFRAID that the Student will Die during the Class: Why?

@Shavkat (47365)
Philippines
June 14, 2017 10:00am CST
BOOM!!! It sounds funny that my student is having a class with a cannula in his nostrils. I was surprised and my soul had awakened while seeing this student. I got worried why he is using the oxygen tank. He had claimed to have asthma. My students online are becoming weirder and weirder.lol During the class, I am so carefree not to trigger his asthma attack. If do, I might have killed someone on the other side of the world.lol “Do you any funny experiences like this?” Image Credit: d1xwdusrophmb1.cloudfront.net
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@Nawsheen (22859)
• Mauritius
14 Jun
No i have never come across someone like that. I think you must be very careful when dealing with this student. I hope he is a good student
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
15 Jun
He was a good student. But then, it takes time for him to talk. I didn't stress much on correcting him.
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@Nawsheen (22859)
• Mauritius
15 Jun
@Shavkat I guess that's the best thing to do. It might be tricky though to teach such a student
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
15 Jun
@Nawsheen In fact, I'm afraid that he will die in my clock.
• Pamplona, Spain
14 Jun
Not like that no except for three that had hearing problems but I managed them okay. Perhaps he has allergy problems that can cause serious breathing problems during an attack. My youngest had that for a while but he never wore any tubes in his nose or anything.
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
15 Jun
@lovinangelsinstead21 I think it is serious asthma. According to him, he needs to have it for an hour. I just find it weird.
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• Pamplona, Spain
15 Jun
@Shavkat No, there are grown men have terrible Asthma and they have huge muscles and everything you like but their lungs sound like an old Steam Train. I went to a Lung Specialist with my youngest and it was very surprising to me to hear them like that and the Specialist thought I was funny too. He is probably so used to hearing that noise that he does not bother at all.
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• Pamplona, Spain
17 Jun
@Shavkat Oh, really sorry to hear that so you are really worried about him when you see him when you see him with the tubes in the nose and I can well understand that.
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@luispas (1779)
• Venezuela
14 Jun
LOL, I don't think he has an asthma attack in your classes, don't worry. I had asthma, but not too advanced. I always wanted to know, what are your classes about?
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
14 Jun
It is my first time to have a student like this. It was like I am consulting a patient.lol I am teaching Business English to him.
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@luispas (1779)
• Venezuela
14 Jun
@Shavkat Yeah, it must be a little fun Awesome :) I'm sure you do a great job as teacher
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
15 Jun
@luispas It wasn't that fun because I might have killed him during the class. He is having the difficulty of breathing.
@Corbin5 (82107)
• United States
14 Jun
He really must have some serious issues with asthma. Yes, be careful not to cause an attack.
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
15 Jun
@Corbin5 I was so cautious not to stress him. I hope he will be fine.
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@ridingbet (38086)
• Philippines
15 Jun
why did you not stop the class if your student was sick?
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
15 Jun
I can't stop because it was being booked. I think he is fine during the class with extra care.
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@ridingbet (38086)
• Philippines
16 Jun
@Shavkat oh, that is good to know.
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
16 Jun
@ridingbet He randomly has classes with me. It is my first my time to see him like this.
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@DianneN (59924)
• United States
15 Jun
Asthma can be very serious for some. I've never had a student like that.
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
15 Jun
It was so alarming to teach a student like this. I got a bit cautious while teaching him.
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@DianneN (59924)
• United States
15 Jun
@Shavkat I taught blind, deaf, autistic, physically handicapped, etc. students. I got used to it and felt so badly for them.
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
17 Jun
@DianneN I think special children will not be a cup of my tea. But I can improve their physical impairments or disabilities.
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@SIMPLYD (75375)
• Philippines
16 Jun
Really he is like that. Well, he is an inspiration because despite that situation, he still is willing to learn the English language.
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
16 Jun
I had seen his strong will to learn. I took the time to let him learn the language.
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@SIMPLYD (75375)
• Philippines
19 Jun
@Shavkat He is one determined man to learn the language. Very inspirational of him.
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
19 Jun
@SIMPLYD Agree.
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@just4him (92422)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
14 Jun
I hope it doesn't happen. No, I've never experienced anything like that.
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
15 Jun
I think the class online went well with him. I hope he'll be fine.
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@just4him (92422)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
15 Jun
@Shavkat I hope so too.
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
15 Jun
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@Elisa1234 (7656)
• Philippines
25 Jun
Oh my god I felt nervous while Im reading your discussion. We will be having our OJT - Practice teaching this coming August, I will be teaching High school students Huhuhu I really need to be careful! I might encounter such problems!
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
25 Jun
I think you will be fine. It is better to teach in an actual setting.
@marlina (62548)
• Canada
18 Jun
I don't think that you have to worry about this.
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
18 Jun
I agree. I just need to have an extra careful.
@Sreekala (18781)
• India
15 Jun
That is a serious problem and need much attention.
@JudyEv (101131)
• Bunbury, Australia
15 Jun
Not really. At least not that I can remember. I saw a young Mum out with her baby once and the baby was on oxygen. She was at a zoo and I wondered why she'd subject a small baby to such an environment.