This semester marks the beginning of my student teaching. A big part of that is grading the assessments I give. Most students hate to give a thought out answer on essay questions, others, however, deliver too much information.
"What do you think Shakespeare did during his 12 lost years?"
K.M.: I think he wanted to get away from everyone and everything around him. . . . He probably went to a place where he'd never been before and no one would find him. Sometimes I want to run away, and if I did, that's what I'd do. (Don't worry, I won't actually run away)
"If you had a chance to preform in a Shakespearean play, would you be in a comedy, tragedy, or history and why?"
T.C.: I would want to be in a tragedy because, for some reason, I really like to cry.
J.E.: I would say tragedy. I don't really know why but it's probably because of the people dying off, killing themselves. I guess I just kind of relate to those in some way.
It was hell getting those written down, the papers graded, and getting out at 11:15 for a ½ School Day due to freezing rain yesterday. I hope you people enjoyed it.