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At least the teacher is showing concern, my chem teacher would`ve just "meh" if I was drinking the chemicals XD.
Yes is it. And spelt is actually spelled "spelled". You know what they say about people in glass houses, right?
but isnt accuracy spelt accuracy.....
I call fake.
Trust me, you probably dont want to touch that hand...
yeah especially if he expects people on the internet to think he`s funny
needless to say the consequences...
See me ASAP
lol, poor teacher
oh, and this is my first post!! YEAH!!!
fake or not, still pretty funny
If you were asked to accurately draw cell division, you could probably get away with some squiggly ass looking cells as long as it resembled the correct process of cells dividing. Accuracy not drawing ability, ya dig? Makes total sense.
To be fair, he did answer all the questions right. This must be way below what he feels is his level, which is odd because he writes like a 5-year-old.
High school teachers aren`t always actually knowledgable. I don`t expect a Chem teacher to be an English major. Hell, I remember one of my ENGLISH teachers actually marked down a paper of mine from an A to a B because I used the word "fazed" and she thought it was spelled "phased". I got my A back after proving that was wrong, but that was the day I lost all faith in the American education system.
"Score not based on acuracy, not drawing ability"
Ummm, what? And spelling... what?
True story, I asked a question on a quiz about two important historical figures and one of my (female) students answered that they were "two gay guys who...." and then answered it correctly.
She got full credit for the correct answer, so I underlined the word "gay" and wrote "really???" as if she had discovered something that no one knew before. I think there is an attitude among college students that no one actually reads their answers. We read every word, and most of us don`t mind jokes, in fact, they lightens our boring day. Sometimes we even laugh.
he answered all the questions right, so he gets all the points.