Sunday, January 13, 2008

muka budak

when I got the breaking news about the change for my teaching timetable, I said to myself..hmmm..I guess my prayers had been answered

I was given to teach Science Form 4 and Biology for both upper and lower Six. But I was told they MIGHT be some changes in the very near time soon.


then when I did the handover of the class with the last teacher in charge of the subject. I was told that I still look like a "budak"aka student.

hmmmph....*grumble grumble

During the last "merentas desa" activity at school, I was in plain clothes, so being a new teacher, not all the students know you. So I heard the kids were saying that I am a Form Six student.

again..hmmph...*extra grumble grumble

I don't know wether to take that as a compliment or an insult.

I am a teacher now but I am not seen as one...

what to do?

You Act Like You Are 21 Years Old

You are a twentysomething at heart. You feel like an adult, and you're optimistic about life.
You feel excited about what's to come... love, work, and new experiences.

You're still figuring out your place in the world and how you want your life to shape up.
The world is full of possibilities, and you can't wait to explore many of them.


Dazeree Joan said...

LOL. same here. last time teachg prctical, i try so hard not to look like one of the students. even harder coz i'm 5ft nothing. Where r u teaching?

Joan said...

d smk..skul terchenta dazeree..yang paling dekat rumah saya.u know la dat where kan

FredDass said...

I think it is a compliment not an insult la.. Looked younger than ur chronological age, siok apa.. Awet muda ka ni Joan?

Dazeree Joan said...

joan: oh that one. hehe. i think its weird to be teaching where u once learned. for me la. haha.

freddass: of course it's a compliment. *grin* but sometimes it makes its hard to earn credibility from having "muka budak".