Tuesday, September 27, 2005

We will not preview in a box, we will not preview with a fox...

One of my chief complaints that my kids have about me (besides odor) is that I do not take them to see previews of the current school play production. Previews are available for all English classes to attend. Here is my problem--they dump everything on the English classes. Pictures, next year's schedules, class voting, you name it--they take time out of the English classes to handle all of this stuff.

To combat this I do not take my students the play previews. Hmm, let's see, I can cut out teaching the concept of independent and dependent clauses (Yes, they should know it already, but...) or I can take the kids to a condensed version of "Seussical". That's right, "Seussical". What's next semester? "Sha Na Na"?

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