Monday, July 4, 2011


So far my co-teacher has made two contributions to our upcoming English camp. The first was to draw six squares on a piece of paper (one for each of the lessons) and write "sing a song with Thomas" in one of them. The second was to write "What Am I" in another square and then tell me she had made an activity. What she meant by this was that she wanted me to make an activity where the students will solve riddles. For an hour.

So, like any moderately well paid university educated 25 year old I spent all Monday morning reading awful, awful jokes on the internet. Here's a summary of my findings in Venn diagram form.

And in more detail:


  1. Hahaha! Did you actually teach that one in the green bubble?

    I bow to your awesomeness.

  2. You're too kind. I'm planning to teach it, but my co-teacher might spot it and remove it from the list. I'll let you know after English Camp in a couple of weeks.