I didn't have enough time to prepare well for my classes this week, and because I was tired and I felt like being entertained by my students, I wrote a questionnaire for them to fill out. It kind of goes along with the lesson they are doing, so that it my excuse for using it. One girl filled it out like this...
What do you think?
What is your favourite food? What is it? Why do you like it?
Where is your favourite place? What it is? Why do you like it?
What is your favourite thing? Why do you like it?
What food don’t you like? What is it? Why?
StudyRepellantly fatty tood
Where don’t you like to go? Why?
What do you think of soccer?
What do you think of Korean TV dramas?
Tood is suppose to be food, but the way she wrote it made it seem like tood. The part in read just seems so out of place with the rest of the questionnaire. Where on earth did she get a word like Repellantly? I also like that her favourite thing is Money.
* A few more of the classes have completed the questionnaire. One student doesn't like going to Hell and a surprising number of students don't like Kimchi. One boy doesn't like his grandfather's house and a lot of students don't like Hagwons because they are tiring. Surprise, the students study to much. (Yesterday when I walked past the girls high school at 9:30 pm, the girls were steaming out) and the one boy doesn't like his grandfather's house. I didn't get a chance to ask him why.
Dit is altyd lekker om die kinders iets te gee wat hulle bietjie moet dink. Ja, ek moet antwoorde uit hulle trek, maar ek gaan ten minste een kind per klas kry wat iets ongewoon neer skryf. Dit is daardie een student wat die hele vyf en veertig minute die moeite werd maak.