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I used to believe that teachers could make up their own name when they became teachers, I didn't realize it was their last name. I thought they could just pick one. Such as Ms. Smith.....
When I was in Kindergarten and First Grade, I used to think that pencil sharpeners "refilled" the lead in pencils. You stick the pencil in, the sharpener puts on a new point. But this idea was finally shattered for me in art class in First Grade, when I used colored pencils for the first time. I was amazed that the pencil sharpener also stocked COLORED lead! I was so excited that I went and found the teacher to announce my findings to her. She looked at me like I was crazy and explained to me how a pencil sharpener REALLY works. What a disillusioning moment....
when i was a child, i used to believe if i grow up i can pass every test, because every teacher knows every test.
I used to believe that teachers' first names were just 'Miss' or 'Mr'. I used to feel sorry for them that they had no proper name. I also thought that they lived in the walk-in cupboard. (That's why we weren't allowed in there.)
About 6 months ago (right before I started jr. High) I believed that people would shove me in a locker and when a teacher found out they would yell at me when I was the one who was the victim in that horrific event!!!
When I was in first grade, I believed that all the teachers were robots. I thought that all the teachers would teach the exact same thing at the exact same time in unison. And when one would cough, they would all cough. Then I wondered, if one was sick, would they all need substitutes?
In my second year at primary school i thought that teacher never ate, never drank, never went home and never go to the toilet (i was so silly).
One time we had rice crispy treats and my teacher told us if we put the rice crispy treat on the napkin we would have to eat it (She did that so we wouldnt have the rice crispy treat on the napkin because then she thought we would make others do it) So then i put my rice crispy treat on my napkin.i was scared my teacher was going to make me eat my napkin so I started crying and crying and my mom had to pick me up early.
When I was in kindergarten I had a teacher named Ms. Sue. I thought Sue was short for sewer, so I assumed that after school she lived in sewers.
I always thought that teachers were dumb ladies that were held back for so long that they had to learn with us. I just thought that they were very disruptive with their talking
When i was in thrid grade we used to sing a song called "John Jacob Jingle Himer Shmit" (Im assuming u all know where this ones going).....well, honestly i thought the song went "John Jacob Jingle Himer sh*t", so thats how i sung it and one time my teacher heard me and i got in trouble, A LOT of trouble she called in my dad...eeek!... but anyway, how was i supposed to know, i sang it like that for almost the whole year and no one said a thing.
my esperience is:when in my kindergarden,the teacher told us back&forth that if we did not behave ourselves,she would leave the kid singly in the classroom at night&in the evening,big wolf would come out:(
i was really hairy when heard of that,sooo i tried to be very obedient to the teacher&hoped i wouldn t be left in the room with the wolf,luckily,i never had that experience:)
When I was at school I used to believe that teachers didnt eat and that their always stayed at school / Now i'm teacher
I used to think that the cafeteria workers were actually lunch teachers, and the janitors were really the cleaning teachers.
I used to think that teachers didn't have first names, i guess it just didnt occur to me. Then, when they answered the phone with their real name i got so confused!! Especially since my science teacher's name was geraldine!!
When I was in second grade, I thought that a third grade teacher, Mr. Thomas, was actually another third grade teacher called Mr. Brock. I thought this because every time I passed Mr. Brock's class, I saw Mr. Thomas walking out of it. When Mr. Thomas turned out to be my teacher next year, I must've sounded pretty dumb saying that he looks like Mr. Brock. By the way, Mr. Brock is black and Mr. Thomas is white.
I used to believe that there was only one janitor who traveled around from school to school cleaning up.
A[n] nth grade teacher only had to finish the nth grade when he or she was in school.
In primary school when I was 5, my teacher used to frequently say "be good, or you'll go in my bad books". So I obviously thought she had a book where she noted down all the bad children's names
when i was in 2nd grade i used 2 believe that the last names of teachers were their first names. Like "Mishork" I was always wondering why teachers always had such weird names!