In a Spanish class assignment, the student made a video tour of their street, capturing some unsettling encounters with neighbors and a stranger. After posting the video and engaging in discussions with classmates, the teacher deemed it inappropriate, leading to a meeting with the principal. The student, feeling the video reflected real-life experiences and concerns, prepared for the meeting, shared the video with school staff and parents, and requested a teacher to attend as a witness. During the meeting, the student addressed the seriousness of the incidents and mandatory reporting, leading to a change in the meeting’s tone, with the principal acknowledging the gravity of the situation. The student appreciates the support and suggestions received during the process.
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In OP’s Spanish class, she made a video tour of my street, as the assignment required, since his family wasn’t going anywhere else.
In the video, OP captured her neighbors arguing, introduced Joe and Tammy’s house.
OP encountered a disrespectful driver, who OP playfully responded to in Spanish.
In the video, OP included mundane things like flowers and a bird, following the rubric to avoid losing points.
OP removed the long walking sequences due to lighting constraints.
After uploading the video and engaging in classmates’ videos on the school website, a friend recognized the racist guy as a middle school soccer team volunteer, prompting her to comment about his behavior, which led to a conversation with the student about his coaching.
After a classmate shared that the angry man was a police officer, expressing concern, the student’s teacher talked to them about the video. Still, the student defended it as following the assignment’s conversational approach.
OP’s teacher called her ‘belligerent.’ She took down the video, suggesting OP report it to authorities instead, leading to a meeting with the principal, making me question if OP was wrong for posting the video.
Here’s the update on the story from OP.
OP emailed the video to the principal.
OP decided to have a teacher by the side in meeting.
OP’s principal called her into the office and inquired.
OP got into a talk with the school guidance counselor.
OP apologized for the school assignment and said she never knew it would come to this.
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Who else loved the power dynamic?
The staff needs to correct themselves.
People are appraising OP for her savage attitude.
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