She is the main idea. She is the leader of the classroom. She is bumpy and she is pretty. She has fur and she knows a lot of stuff.
Cavin Jobs invented the computer, the ipod touch, the ipod, ipad, ipad 2, the iphone. He almost invented all the electrical stuff. He dead last week because he was old. He also invented the movie toy story he did the characters like woody, Buzz, the Dog, the girl with the sheeps, the little neced baby with his hair stand up, the mom, Andy, the baby cousin of Andy. Cavin Jobs help people by computer so people can communicate with other people on the internet, so a other partner of Cavin Jobs invented facebook so people all over the world can communicate ever were even that you are in Mexico, Canada, Cuba, Florida, Hawaii, Plano, Mars, that’s why Cavin jobs help people to know every about computer I phone, ipods, ipads, ipad 2, ipad 3, ipad 4. The facebook was invented so if you have people that you know you can communicate with them. Cavin Jobs dead last week because he was really old.
Just so little time to spare to share them.
Let me just tell you what is to come:
1. A student wrote a description of me including the words “bumpy” and “fur.” I must have a distorted view of myself.
2. Another student wrote an obituary of Steve Jobs (who she called Cavin Jobs). She was supposed to be writing about a helpful or harmful invention, but the results were hilarious, nonetheless…..
Oh, and I had my first nervous breakdown of the school year, today! It happened at home, which was good. I always feel better after one of those. I hope to go to work tomorrow and take on the world.
Also, I’m moving in two weeks and I’ve barely packed.
I should stop listing things before I have round 2 of mental exhaustion induced emotional explosion.
Almost forgot… With all that going on, I’ve still managed to find time to date. Whaaaaa?
Speaking at the junior college I went to, in fact.
Too bad it’s teachers and students only.
If I were to meet him, I already know what I would ask him:
“President Obama, I’m a 4th grade teacher at a Title I Charter school in Dallas. Many of my students are from poor working families, are first generation American, and speak English as a second language. Under your education proposal to hold teachers more accountable for student standardized test scores, am I to be held accountable for factors working against my students that are beyond my control?”
I think it’s a good question.
Especially when the answer is none…