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"I'm a teacher and I never let my students pick their partners.  I know how it feels  not to be picked and I don't want my students to experience that."

"I'm a teacher and I never let my students pick their partners. I know how it feels not to be picked and I don't want my students to experience that."

51 Pictures That Are Guaranteed To Make Every Teacher Laugh

51 Pictures That Are Guaranteed To Make Every Teacher Laugh

Please Don't Become A Teacher...  If you believe that those who can't; teach.    Please don't become a teacher if you think you just get to play with kids all day, leave when they leave, and just have them work from a textbook.     Don't become a teacher because you think it will shelter you from the demands of a high paying job, or give you those summers off to pursue your real interests.

Please Don't Become A Teacher... If you believe that those who can't; teach. Please don't become a teacher if you think you just get to play with kids all day, leave when they leave, and just have them work from a textbook. Don't become a teacher because you think it will shelter you from the demands of a high paying job, or give you those summers off to pursue your real interests.

Best Selling Book in Japan: "Nihonjin no Shiranai Nihongo" (Japanese Language that the Japanese don't Know) . Formal language (KEIGO) is difficult even for Japanese people, as it is not used often. Book tells mistakes Japanese students make, questions they ask, background on where words came from, how masu/desu became the standard form, etc. Funny and educational, a collection of stories from a teacher of Japanese in Japan, Takayuki Tomita, written in Kanji with Furigana.

Best Selling Book in Japan: "Nihonjin no Shiranai Nihongo" (Japanese Language that the Japanese don't Know) . Formal language (KEIGO) is difficult even for Japanese people, as it is not used often. Book tells mistakes Japanese students make, questions they ask, background on where words came from, how masu/desu became the standard form, etc. Funny and educational, a collection of stories from a teacher of Japanese in Japan, Takayuki Tomita, written in Kanji with Furigana.