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By lrn2spel, teach - / Thursday 12 December 2013 18:00 / United States
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I can't tell if you're saying the teacher needs to stop judging the student because she herself is not perfect, or if you're saying the OP needs to stop judging because they're not perfect? Hmm..

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If you mean OP, I'm pretty sure he/she wasn't judging anyone specifically. Most of my teachers are great, buy I still think the education system is disgustingly fucked up.

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I'm pretty sure the point of #9s post is that nobody is perfect so nobody has room to judge. The teacher tried to correct OP, but only made the same mistake OP did. If you're going to correct someone for their behavior (or spelling, in this situation) make sure you "proof-read" your life beforehand.

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Essays are mainly about the students' opinions. There's no reason the teacher should get bitchy about it especially over one spelling mistake. Everyone makes that mistake accidentally.

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#32 I agree with you, but she's human, and high school is a notorious time for being back stabby and bitchy. Maybe the teacher just graded an essay titled "Why You Suck As A Teacher" and so was already a little sensitive towards her teaching abilities when she came upon OP's essay. Just because she's a teacher doesn't mean she's a robot. She should be completely neutral towards what they write because it's their opinion, but honestly, so few people actually are.

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I had a teacher say that they were neutral to the opinion of the writer. So I did a dissertation praising the visionary medical work of Joseph Mengele. She didn't think I was very funny. Failed me without a single grammatical error.

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