Makes us review 3 medias from the New York Times (5-8 pages), a movie, and the current lesson for a test. Day of test: 10 questions from 3 medias.
Discusses The New York Times, gets mad when we don’t know the actual lesson we’re supposed to be discussing.
Keeps reminding us that “Time is Diamond.” He then blabbered about his life for 1 hour.
Gets mad for not using the “right” style/color/size/font in our powerpoints.
Gets mad at us for only being good at memorization. He gives us a test every week from The New York Times where we have to memorize 10 pages of material.
He complains how bad we are at Research. (He’s our Research teacher)
Announces there is a test the next meeting, takes it back on day of test.
He gives a project to his students so that his 2nd year son can use it as a resource.
"I’M A WALKING ENCYCLOPEDIA!!" (actual words)
"I KNOW MORE THAN YOU!" (actual words)
He gives a low score for “not meeting his standards.”
"Hindi niyo ba alam yan? Bakit ako, alam ko?" (actual words)
Gives a lecture about the characteristics of being a good researcher (being humble, open-minded, etc.) but does not have any of them.
He diverts a research proposal into a completely different topic that he knows so he can ask questions that only he knows.
Brags about his 2 year old baby that could say “Wa pasok didi”
Talks about his 2 year old baby that can “analyze” already for 30 minutes. Blames us for wasting time.
"What movie has nanotechnology? It’s my favorite movie kasi maraming sexy." (actual words)
"HA! MERON AKO NUN! WALA KAYO NUN!" (actual words)
"Buti pa si Sir Dave (our hot student teacher) nakakahiram sa inyo. Ako hindi." (actual words)
So here’s a list that I frequently update since the school year started at the back of my Research notebook of all the shiznit our scumbag Research teacher said.There’s more actually but I was either too lazy to write them down or I left my notebook in the locker. So now that I’m a graduate, I can safely publish this now right?