Sometimes, you just gotta let them have the taste of their own medicine.
Teaching is a very noble profession. When we talk about teachers, some of us might say that their job is limited to teaching us something new and making sure the concepts are clear. On the contrary, only a teacher truly knows that their job is indeed much more than just that.
So, sometimes going an extra mile to take care of trouble makers is important. That’s why this teacher in the post below taught a bunch of seniors a beautiful lesson. The seniors kept slacking off in group projects. To teach them a lesson, he came up with a genius idea.
Scroll on below and read how the teacher hatched this brilliant plan.
They were troublemakers from the beginning.
He tried his best to facilitate everyone.
The core problem was something else.
They were smart.
Dealing with parents was another challenge.
Teachers know that it’s up to them to make sure that their students don’t play with their lives by wasting their precious time. They know that if someone is under their tutelage, they are directly responsibile for what that person does. Which is why sometimes our teachers go a little out of way to deal with students who cause trouble.
The writer explained that the main troublemakers were three students whom we will be addressing as “Larry, Moe, and Curly” from this point on.
Other teachers didn’t help.
Something HAD to be done.
He came up with a genius plan.
He made sure nothing traced back to him if things went wrong.
Finally, the show began.
Larry tried his best to talk his way out.
He was prepared for everything.
Now, it was time to handle the parents. No problem!
If you do everything according to the book, you can never fail.
You can never go wrong with facts.
Nothing could save them at this point.
The truth unfolds.
When the dust settled, here’s what happened.
Larry never stopped lying.
Moe pretended to be successful.
One of them actually turned out happy.
All in all, the teacher did what he had to do. He tried his best to save the kids from lying to their parents and to themselves. What do you think of this? Let us know in the comments below.