Thursday, February 4, 2010

UN oh UN....

It's been 2 days that I came home at 9 pm. Maybe it won't be a problem for some of you, but it is for me. I never had night class before this, so this is my      first time to teach after maghrib time. And it's all because the UN class has begin from last wednesday. 

One of the problem dealing with UN class is the amount of the students. UN class consists 3 classes. Each class consists of about 15 to 20 students. So, can you imagine how many students that I should teach at 6.30 to 8 pm???????????? 

Another problem is the noise. It wasn't like a class, it was like a market. From all students, maybe only 40% who took it seriously and paid attention to the subject. And the rest??? They talked each other, bothered their friends, made some jokes, etc. I said to them that if they didn't want to study, then just go home and don't waste your time being here. Okay...they said "sorry miss... okay..we will study seriously...". But it only lasted for about one minute. And then ??? You tell me. I think I'm going to have sore throat at the end of this week.... hehehehehehe....

Now, I think it's useless to yell to/ask/tell them to be quite, because they won't listen, and I can't kick them out of the class because it's not a school, it's a course. So my plan for next week is just teach the students who really want to study and go to hell to the rests. Hahahahahaha...


4 comments:

Felicia said...

wow! it's very tough for you dear...maybe you can put some games to take their attention...or you should put a scary mask in the class lol...anyway hope everything will be going well :)

vamos angie said...

Hahahaha thx sis... I'm going to take the second option...scary mask would be great...heheheehe.... unfortunately, games are not allowed in UN Class...

Devi said...

miss, smpe kpn emgny ngajar smpe malem??
btw, love the signature! =D

vamos angie said...

sampe bulan maret ce, sampe menjelang hari H, hehehehe