I forgot about this, haha.
So there's this dipstick funny drama at our school. There's this one teacher who thinks he has power to FAIL students who are in his Dual Credit class. Yeah. Funny. Except, YOU ARE NOT OUR TEACHER.
He's not even qualified to teach
DC English, because he's a History major.
Anyway. This isn't right. He's not allowed to teach us the material out of that college book like he's trying to.
In public schools, they're not allowed to preach about or shoot, even discuss, RELIGION.
Just like how government textbooks don't discuss the cons of Capitalism.
IT'S NOT LEGAL.
I made a joke about writing to the Texas Board of Education.
But I was serious.
He's not allowed to do this, is he?
Here's a better scene of the whole situation:[Details under here.]
I am part of my school's ENG 1302 course, along with another 50 or so students.
My HIGH SCHOOL DC instructor is absolutely batsh*t crazy on drugs. He shall be addressed as Mr. H form hereon.
About him: He loves to use analogies, parables, and other literary ways to speak in such a way that no one will understand him. He also likes to yell and use excessively flamboyant hand movements. He'll constantly ask for feedback about his tone of voice, even though he never takes the advice.
For the first semester of English DC, I had ENG 1301. Got an easy 100 (actually 102), but I did try on my assignments. I did. I was very happy with the COLLEGE instructor we had, and I hoped we'd get her for the second semester, too. From hereon, I'll address her as Ms. D.
Apparently, our HIGH SCHOOL DC instructor dissed on our COLLEGE DC instructor, so Ms. D did not want to teach ENG 1302. Well, fml. I bet Mr. H said something along the lines of, "YOUR CLASS WAS TOO EASY. I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU ACCEPTED THOSE ASSIGNMENTS THAT THEY SPENT ONLY 20 MINS ON AND GAVE THEM HUNDREDS. ISN'T THIS A COLLEGE CLASS? THEN ONLY ACCEPT COLLEGE LEVEL WORK! YOU SUCK AS A PROFESSOR."
Yeah, okay. So we were given a new, more hardcore instructor for our college course. She's Mrs. J.
Since our DC course is all online, we, the students, spend all of that class period on the computers.
Now, this is Mr. H's problem. He likes to roam around the room and see what everyone is browsing/doing.
It was prom season (late Feb-early Apr) so a lot of girls were looking for prom dresses, and stuff.
Whenever he called them out for it, they would make snide remarks and say it was none of his business to tell them what to do. And I agree to some extent.
I wouldn't always do work in that class, either. I'm not one to judge. And I guess he got tired of us "not doing our work" and "not preparing ourselves for college," so he had a talk with our Asst. Principal, and she's letting him teach us SEPARATELY from the college work. We'll have assignments and tests just like any other normal high school class, EXCEPT...
English 1302 is NOT really a high school class. It is a dual credit, high school AND college, class. Yet, he is treating it like it is two separate classes. On his syllabus (lmao), he even put, it is possible to PASS the college course, and FAIL the high school course. What is this f**kery. I CAN'T. I JUST CAN'T.
I do not know what to do. Now I have TWICE the workload, and just not enough time.
GDI, I have college entrance exams I could study, or scholarships I could apply for.
I could care less about his ~high school assignments~.
Since I'm a good student, I'll do the work.
But this isn't right.