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I shared this on G+ and was pointed to the original comic this was... "translated" from.Click here for the original workAnd click here to know more about the artist
Thank you, swan pr. I've added your information to the post.
Egg on my face! I got the wrong Chaunu. Here is the right one: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmanuel_ChaunuI am so sorry.
No problem. Fixed. I'm always delighted when visitors proofread and copyedit my posts.
note that the parents in 1969 wouldn't have been baby boomers
I am not quite sure I understand, is this a thing now?I was in grade school as little as six years ago and my parents always blamed me for bad grades
happens all the time. I dislike when parents say "s/he USED to love Spanish LAST year" as though the only reason they hate Spanish this year is because of me.
I get the point of this post. It's true that some kids give a poor effort in school, then their parents blame the teacher. That being said, I wonder how many people that agree with this, have been in a school in the last decade. I graduated high school in 2005, I moved twice during my high school years, so I have experience with three different high schools in different regions of the country. The teachers are not of the quality they once were. They do not teach, they read the book aloud, then assign class work and wonder in and out of the classroom (unable to assist students) They do not spend the class time teaching, they spend it talking to other teachers, reading a book, sometimes even watching a movie with headphones on. I would say 3 out of 10 teachers were like this during my high school years. Teachers are not as respected as they used to be, because some of them are not as respectable as they used to be.-E