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Should I obey title or the body of your thread?
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Moontide wrote:Should I obey title or the body of your thread?
You have already obeyed one and disobeyed the other.
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Why do you give contradictory requests?
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Are you a mean teacher?
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Moontide wrote:Why do you give contradictory requests?
To give you a chance to be a rebel. :yes:
Isaiah the Ox wrote:Are you a mean teacher?
THE MEANEST.

I am pretty blunt with my kids actually. Not mean.. But firm.
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Heh, I've worked with kids before... if you aren't firm then you'll have a circus for a classroom. :P

What is the best way to be "firm" when teaching? Is it encouraging good behavior? Is it talking about punishments to another student to warn the child in trouble?

Do you cry when watching Wreck-It Ralph? (I cry listening to the /soundtrack/, for the part when the car is destroyed :cry:)

How do get 6-year-old piano students to stay focused? :mad:

What is your favorite part of the ToO, other than snubs?
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Oy.. My brain hurts.. Good time to answer questions.

Best way? I don't know.. I do encourage good behavior especially when it's something hard for them to do. Since I work at a Christian private school, we talk about sin. This question probably needs a bigger answer, but I'm too tired right now. =p

I don't cry while watching Wreck-It Ralph.

Well, he or she is six. That's when they're learning to stay focused when doing something. How does this kid get distracted?

Besides snubs?? I guess the people. I don't know a whole lot of them very well though. But I like how chill people interact here. I like the crazies... and the normals. This place is just nice.
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What is a whale?

How well do you know snubs?

What is your pet peeve?

What is one question you would ignore if you were asked it? :wacky:
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Isaiah the Ox wrote:What is a whale?
A whale is the cutest animal that God created. They are very large mammals that live in the ocean. They have a blowhole on the top of their head for breathing. Their fin is horizontal. The blue whale is the largest whale and known animal on Earth. IT'S IS ALSO THE CUTEST. Whale is also another way to say "well"
Isaiah the Ox wrote:How well do you know snubs?
I know snubs like that back of my hand. Like the inside of my eyelids which I intensely study from time to time. I know her pretty well. We've been friends for a long while. We talk about the real stuff, man.
Isaiah the Ox wrote:What is your pet peeve?
My pet peeve... the word adulting.. That grinds my gears.
Isaiah the Ox wrote:What is one question you would ignore if you were asked it? :wacky:
*ignores*
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When are you the best at adulting? :wacky:

Are you a good sister?

What musical instrument would you love to play?
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Isaiah the Ox wrote:When are you the best at adulting? :wacky:
*glares*
Isaiah the Ox wrote:Are you a good sister?
My siblings are never around long enough for me to find out. :(
Isaiah the Ox wrote:What musical instrument would you love to play?
violin, but I have no music talent. :boohoo:
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wazzzup?

Why do you say you have no music talent? HAVE YOU TRIED?

What would your dream visit to snubs' house look like? Would you steal her phone and post all sorts of "someone left her account open" posts? Would you drink all the orange juice? Would you never stop hugging snubs?

What would your dream snubs' visit to your house look like? Would you sic Penguin on her? Would you take her to the library? Would you walk along a scenic pond, and accidentally push snubs in? :badgrin:
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Anyway, first of all, CONGRATS ON WINNING, and what was/is your favorite part of the social?

How many kids do you have in your class?

(I know I should know this and you probably already told me, but you know, memory can be an annoying thing, and I often have trouble with my own... oh, wait, I was gonna ask you something...)What do you teach?

And, (please, be brutally honest), how newbie am I still?
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Isaiah the Ox wrote:wazzzup?
Not much. Just saving the world as usual.
Isaiah the Ox wrote:Why do you say you have no music talent? HAVE YOU TRIED?
Yesh. I just don't got it.
Isaiah the Ox wrote:What would your dream visit to snubs' house look like? Would you steal her phone and post all sorts of "someone left her account open" posts? Would you drink all the orange juice? Would you never stop hugging snubs?
Actually I've had a dream of visiting her house. We all just chilled in the kitchen. By "we" I mean her, Nems, her brother and me. I don't think I'd take her phone. Unless a really really great opportunity to do something hilarious came up. We would probably drink water in really big cups... I'd squeeze the snot out of her. Nah. Just kidding. I'd just hug her sometimes and then run away before she realized I did indeed hug her
Isaiah the Ox wrote:What would your dream snubs' visit to your house look like? Would you sic Penguin on her? Would you take her to the library? Would you walk along a scenic pond, and accidentally push snubs in? :badgrin:
She'd barge in with massive boots and yell at me for still being in bed. Snubs is Penguin's hero.. They'd get along well. We don't have ponds. But we have a beach and we'd both get in! =D or just talk on the shore while playing with sand. =)
Connie G. wrote:...
Anyway, first of all, CONGRATS ON WINNING, and what was/is your favorite part of the social?
The food.. =p I really enjoyed the games. They were fun.
Connie G. wrote:How many kids do you have in your class?
There were 6. I'd call them my chipmunks since I had 3 boys and 3 girls. They were great. =)
Connie G. wrote:.(I know I should know this and you probably already told me, but you know, memory can be an annoying thing, and I often have trouble with my own... oh, wait, I was gonna ask you something...)What do you teach?
First grade... So first grade stuff.
Connie G. wrote:.And, (please, be brutally honest), how newbie am I still?
Errrmmm. I don't know since I'm one too. I have no idea how newbie one can be.
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There were 6. I'd call them my chipmunks since I had 3 boys and 3 girls. They were great. =)
What is the connection between 3 boys and 3 girls and chipmunks?
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Alvin and the chipmunks and the chipettes.
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Do you agree with what I picked for your Winnie the Pooh characters? If not, which do you think you are most like?
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snubs wrote:Do you agree with what I picked for your Winnie the Pooh characters? If not, which do you think you are most like?
I can be bossy Rabbit and I can be fun Tigger. But in movies they are such polar opposites so it's odd to think I could be both.

I can go with being a mix of both of them though. Those seem to be the ones I can act like a good amount of the time.. With a dash of Christopher Robin as well, I think.
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They are, but that just means you are unique. =D I also, picked rabbit for his perfectionism. :p

And I WAS GONNA SAY CHRISTOPHER ROBIN TOO.
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