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Chris Scullion
Teacher tries to put a Pokemon reference in a test to keep kids interested. It backfires.
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Cammy H 13 Jun 14
Replying to @scully1888 @b3ll
THIS ---> 😆": Teacher tries to put Pokemon in a test to keep kids interested. It backfires. ” cc//
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PAPRIKAPINK 13 Jun 14
Replying to @scully1888 @geeoharee
if you think this effort to interest a kid "backfired," I hope you're not a teacher, .
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Chris Scullion 13 Jun 14
Replying to @PaprikaPink
It backfires in as much as the teacher was trying to be cool and ended up looking lame. I realise the answer was right.
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Lex @ Commissions (CLOSED) | @ Team Golden Deer 13 Jun 14
Replying to @scully1888
@Mrarkon Has this kid not heard of Max Ethers or what
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Chris Scullion 13 Jun 14
Replying to @nerdgasrnz
@miss_nerdgasmz @Mrarkon I hate that guy
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Jason J Kee 13 Jun 14
kid responded intelligently to problem. That's not a fail in my book
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Chris Scullion 13 Jun 14
Replying to @jasonjkee
It backfires in as much as the teacher was trying to be cool and ended up looking lame. I know the answer was right.
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Trick Dempsey 13 Jun 14
Replying to @scully1888 @Quinns108
That just does not look like "backfire" to me. That looks like success.
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Chris Scullion 13 Jun 14
Replying to @TrickDempsey
It backfires in as much as the teacher was trying to be cool and ended up looking lame. I know the answer was right.
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