What Kind Of Teacher Would You Be?



‘Shutter Island’

Indeed one of the most thrilling works of Leonardo DiCaprio who is headed towards an insane asylum on a creepy island. It is impossible for the audience to make something of the movie until it ends. Though he goes to the asylum because a murder has escaped but he has no idea what he is in for and neither does the audience. You will be completely flabbergasted but that will stop at the end of it because after that all you will be is scared to your core.

‘Get Out’

This movie has it all covered, be it suspense, thriller or horror. The story revolves around a black man who is headed to visit his white girlfriend’s terrifying upstate. A movie that reflects the true and horrific nature of the humans. It leaves us wondering with several questions, with the major one being “are humans always going to be this barbaric?”

‘The Butterfly Effect’

A movie starring Ashton Kutcher and where the protagonists has the ability to travel through time to back to his unpleasant memories and change the future from being traumatic. Sounds good right? What else does one need for a thriller? Well, one needs a protagonist because our’s in the process of making his future better ends up losing his mind.

“One thing: you have to walk, and create the way by your walking; you will not find a ready-made path. It is not so cheap, to reach to the ultimate realization of truth. You will have to create the path by walking yourself; the path is not ready-made, lying there and waiting for you. It is just like the sky: the birds fly, but they don’t leave any footprints. You cannot follow them; there are no footprints left behind.”
― Osho

“He’s not doing anything he shouldn’t be doing, right?”
“Like what?”
“Like hitting on you.”
“Ew. No, of course not. He doesn’t see me that way.”
Michael shook his head and went back to his coffee.
“What? You think he does?”
“Sometimes he looks at you a little… oddly, that’s all. Maybe you’re right. Maybe he just wants you for your blood.”
“Again, Ew! What’s with you this morning?”
“Not enough coffee.”
― Rachel Caine, Ghost Town

“You okay?”
“Your heart’s beating really fast.”
“Gee, thanks. That’s very comforting that you can hear it.”
He smiled, and it was the old Michael, the one she’d first met before all the vamp stuff.
“Yeah, I know it is. Sorry. Just stay behind me if there’s trouble.”
“You sound like Shane.”
“Well, he did say he’d kill me if I got you hurt. I’m just looking after my own neck.”
― Rachel Caine, Ghost Town

“She can go with us to the lab and keep Myrnin pinned down while we pull the plug, if he’s not… you know, better.”
“Define BETTER with that guy.”
“Not all fangs and raaaaar.”
― Rachel Caine, Ghost Town

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    What is your age?

    • Under 18 Years Old
    • 18 to 24 Years Old
    • 25 to 30 Years Old
    • 31 to 40 Years Old
    • 41 to 50 Years Old
    • 51 to 60 Years Old
    • Over 60 Years Old
  • Question of

    What is your gender?

    • Male
    • Female
  • Question of

    Which of these animals would make the best pet?

    • A playful kitten
    • An energetic dog
    • A talking parrot
    • A clever mouse
  • Question of

    Which of these best describes your best friend?

    • Someone I don’t feel like I have to dumb things down for
    • Someone who I can get outside and be active with
    • Someone who’s fun, but I know they won’t get me into trouble
    • Someone with great, creative ideas
  • Question of

    Which restaurant would you want to go to the most?

    • A restaraunt with healthy, natural foods
    • A fast food place with a playground
    • Somewhere with really exotic foods
    • An up-scale, dressy place
  • Question of

    How would you seat your students?

    • In pairs so that everyone has a work/study partner
    • Alphabetical order and any trouble students get to sit next to my desk.
    • I’ll let the kids sit wherever they want as long as they pay attention
    • Whatever the computer gives out for a seating chart.
  • Question of

    What subject would you teach?

    • Math
    • English/ Language arts
    • Science
    • History
  • Question of

    How would you teach your students?

    • Lots of classwork, home work, and tests. And they better takes notes during all of my lectures.
    • Questions and discussion. A little homework and fun projects.
    • Homework and the occasional lecture when I feel I have to…
    • From the book, a few homework assignments and mainly time spent on what I need done for the next club/sport event
  • Question of

    A fight breaks out in class, what do you do?

    • Talk to the students to find out why they are fighting.
    • Kick the student out of class.
    • Discipline and a trip to the principal’s office.
    • I’ll grab them and scream them into submission and make them stay afterschool for detention.
  • Question of

    A student is unable to buy basic school supplies, what do you do?

    • Tell them to borrow from someone
    • Deduct points from their grade until they get the needed supplies or make them use the old school supplies in the classroom.
    • Try to help them out and give them the school supplies they are missing.
    • Hand them a pencil and a piece of paper and tell them to come with supplies as soon as they can.
  • Question of

    How would you decorate your classroom?

    • I would make it as welcoming and pleasant for the students as possible.
    • This is a classroom for learning not an art museum for hippies.
    • Club/sports related posters and some subject related things on a board.
    • *puts an apple on the desk* there done decorating!
  • Question of

    How would you conduct an exam in your class?

    • Cheating will be punished with an failing grade and a visit to the principal’s office. No calculators!
    • Give them a note card they can look at during the test
    • Give them a standard test and discuss any questions after the test has been completed and graded.
    • Give them a test and if anyone cheats they lose points.
  • Question of

    How would you make your lessons engaging for your students?

    • Long lectures with notes on the board. They must take notes, no exceptions!
    • Let the smart kid teach the lesson for me
    • Talk about the lesson and then discuss for the rest of the class about my club or sports team.
    • Ask them questions throughout the lesson and discuss any issues pertaining to the material.
  • Question of

    How would you handle a parent-teacher conference?

    • Work with the student and the student’s parents to come up with a plan to help the student improve.
    • Speak critically of the student and inform the parents to be more strict in regards to their childs study habits.
    • Tell the parents their kids needs more extracurriculars to the the kids brain juices flowing better.
    • Tell the parents that their kid is a good student and needs a little tutoring from someone else.
  • Question of

    How would you help a student who isn’t doing well in your class?

    • Tell them to study with the smart kid.
    • Tutor them or help them get a tutor.
    • Tell them they are lazy and need to study harder.
    • Give them some notes and help them if they really don’t understand.

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