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I'm a teacher and it's the most difficult job. You have NO IDEA unless you've been one before. Seriously. Especially in difficult schools... anyhow, OP, I've never done this before, but if you have a good relationship with your kids, you could have just laughed it off. To all you other posters, it's REALLY easy to screw up while writing in a rush on the board. You're doing a million things at once when you're teaching. Again, you wouldn't know unless you've done it before. So, to mess up a w

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It would be one thing if the OP didn't know the difference between "your" and "you're," that would be inexcusable. However, a mistake is a mistake. It happens. I totally agree with FrecklesInside , you can't possibly condemn the OP for making a mistake. I'm a teacher too, and just today I made a spelling error while writing on the board. Not because I didn't know how to spell the word, but because I was trying to explain something and write at the same time. In addition

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^^this. (#24, #100) I actually don't think it's an FML. It's an easy - and minor! - mistake to make, especially if you're trying to speak, think, and write all at once. We're not perfect 100% of the time.

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Oh well. A tiny mistake like that once in a while doesn't matter. The fact they've posted it on here indicates it's embarrassing to them, so it's probably a rare incident. My Geography teacher did it once or twice too. Not the end of the world, and it doesn't make them bad teachers!

YDI for not being able to differentiate between you're and your. I bet you're also the kind of kid who fucks up the usage of they're, there, and their as well. http://i47.tinypic.com/sbsf15.jpg

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hah, mine too. In high school both my Physics and Maths teachers always made english errors. They didnt mind us correcting them.

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