Second Quarter πŸ“šπŸ€“

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My view on today’s Second Quarter Examination at Grade 7 – Santan πŸ–Š

πŸ’πŸ»Proctoring the future hopes of this land

After the sem-break, the teachers and learners are back to school with a good task of assessing the teaching-learning through an Examination. Students were busy studying and preparing for the said exam and so with the teachers.

As a teacher, I am hopeful and even dreaming big for these kids to do better in their studies. It is our duty to achieve each learning competencies and give them the quality education. So, during this time, we are also as prayerful as the parents and as heartening as them to see good results. Well, some of the students don’t mind being the last; having low grades; getting zeros or even worst, learning nothing!

I can say, this new environment, place and set of work I am into is challenging me to push myself so much and do everything I can. It’s exceeding my limitations. I guess, I must have looked down myself and thought I couldn’t do much, but I did… more than I could even think of.

The day went well with the students taking four subjects and will have another set of four this coming Monday.

I started the day with:

  • a prayer and greetings to the kids
  • then announcing the order of the subjects
  • checking attendance
  • arranging their seats into (NO CHEATING) arrangement
  • Β reminding them their monthly dues and tuition fees, ledgers and projects
  • And, lecturing them about the importance of HONESTY!

The first subject today is ENGLISH , my field of expertise. (talking like a pro)Β Then, Science, followed by TLE and lastly, MAPEH.. We dismissed the students earlier because they finished their exams early.

I never knew proctoring examinations could be so hard especially when we’re watching over cheaters not to cheat. I feel like guarding like a sentinel πŸ™‚

My day went well with big hopes and piled up test papers to be checked-on. Yeah!

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