And now for something ONLY AN ENGLISH TEACHER WOULD SAY.
In the not-too-distant past, I spent the better part of a month working with my 11th grade classes on Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible. As such, it is still fresh in my mind.
Today, we were trained in the procedures for our annual standardized tests. Part of the procedure is that the test administrator (the teachers) have to sign a document stating when we were trained, when we were given our testing materials, etc.Underneath the space for “Test Administrator” to sign was another space, reserved for “Proctor (if Applicable.”)
And immediately, I looked at the other English teacher in my group and said, “Well he’s never going to sign that…”
This has been something ONLY AN ENGLISH TEACHER WOULD SAY. Thank you.