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Old 05-21-2006, 09:46 PM   #1
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IO teachers should not give projects...

A week before the last of my senior year

it's a horrible thing to do to a senior


AND I HAVE THREE OF THEM

Two from one teacher


WHAT IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE?
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Old 05-21-2006, 10:27 PM   #2
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Oh that is just so wrong! Right before I graduated I remember my teachers being pretty lenient. Realized we had enough to think about with finals.

Are these projects that you have to do big ones? Good luck and remember it will all be over soon!
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Yeah, they're actually making htem part of the final exam grade AND part of the semester grade
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I think if they were going to do something like that than it should have been earlier. Seems so unfair to wait until senior year is almost over than do something like this. At my school we had to complete a senior project. But depending on which semester you had English determined when you had to do your's. Did mine in the beginning of the year and finished right before Christmas. Completely nerve wracking since so much weighed on it. Can completely sympathize with what you are going through right now.
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yeah the thing is, it's all due on friday

pretty much one of them is *due* tuesday but not really
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I know how teachers can be... I hope you'll get the projects done on time!!
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Hang in there with it all you can do it . And when it's all over you can breathe a huge sigh of relief. Not to mention the excitement can really set in that you are graduating!

So puzzled though why teachers do this as the timing is just so off
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The worst part is that this past weekend was prom and they SERIOUSLY expected us to work on them
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Ok now I believe they have officially lost it,lol. Sure the last thing on many student's minds this past weekend was projects. Have you completed much of your's yet?
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heheh bono_212, i'm glad you don't have senioritis. at my high school, a lot of the kids just gave up towards the end cuz they've already been accepted into their respective colleges, so they thought the grades they were getting wouldnt really matter anymore. but some of htem were wrong. how sad, huh?
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I had senioritis last year, now I don't want the end to come

I have to use 16 different forms of japanese twice in a scrapbook, and so far, I have 4 sentences....

and then the econ one is I have to design a product and explain how it will sell and chart a supply and demand curve for it cost of production
luckily I have a parner for that one and we're doing oik

and then the third one is ANOTHER japanese thing, that I and a partner have to make up two skits in which we are talking to one another on the phone, that is done, however I have to memorize it, and I defiently havent' and I'm sure I'm gonna haveto go tomorrow, because he always draws my name first for these types of things
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I'm up to five

At least they're interesting sentence

for example

(this is a picture of my friend being "choked" by a nother friend)

This is my friend Laura. She is being choked by Eric. Because she has the potential to die, Laura's throat proably should not be choked


(four years of japanese, and i'm still making crazy sentences)
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sounds like you really could use one right now. Keep up the great progress with the sentences
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2:30 AM. Project due in nine hours. Sleep needed. Still need to use 8 grammer points. Pictures printing.


At least the other two projects are practically done
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Thank God! it's done turned in and over, yeah I've still got the econ thing, but it's so simple in comparison to that Japanese monster...We're going on a field trip tomorrow to little Tokyo so it's like a reward

Maybe I'll show you guys what it looked like someday
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I'm glad it's done, now you can relax a little more, especially with that trip coming on!
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