Monday, March 8, 2010
Case 1: Talk in line
Shenny:"I talk in line today for two times and I got to call into office for two times".
Mommy was surprised to hear Shenny told me this.
Mommy: "What happen?"
Shenny:"I talk to my friends in assembly"
Shenny told mommy again next day after school.
Shenny:"I talk in line one time, I only go into office one time"
Shenny seemed very proud of herself because she was caught once today only. Mommy immediately corrected her.
Mommy:"It is not good to speak to your friend when have assembly. Your name will be black-listed.".
Shenny:"What is black-listed?"
Mommy:"Black-listed means you have done something not good, teacher has written down your name. Next time, if something bad happen, teacher will think of you first.
Shenny:"Why think of me?"
Mommy:"Because teacher thinks you are bad children,you might do it"
Shenny:"I am not bad children, why..."
Case 2: Call into principal office
Tonight, Shenny read a story for mommy, there has a sentence written as "One, Two, Three". And Shenny pronounce "Three" incorrectly. And mommy tried to correct her.
Shenny: "Teacher read this way"
Mommy:"I thought you said Mrs Simpson told you to read 'three' in 'free' sound"
Shenny:"Yes, but teacher xxxxx read that way"
Mommy"You can tell teacher xxxxx"
Shenny:"No, I don't want to tell her, then I am called into office to see Teacher XXXXX (her kinder's principal) again"
Mommy was surprised to get this response from her and contacted the principal next morning. The principal was also surprised to know this and promised to correct this right away.
Mommy then checked with Shenny whether the principal had talked to her.
Shenny replied,Teacher XXXXX said I can raise my hand to tell the teacher.
Case 3: Stand in front of class
It happened once mommy caught Shenny was punished in the school. She was asked to stand in front of her class.
Shenny sheepishly told mommy later that she got this punishment because she had ignored her teacher's warning. The warning was not to kick and play with a chair when teacher teaching.