Posts Tagged ‘punctuality’

Rules in an Irish school (punctuality, homework, behaviour)

15 October 2017

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Punctuality – There is a zero tolerance policy for students who turn up late for class. Homework – All students are required to do all of their homework every day. Foreign students are expected to attempt the homework at the very least. Smoking – Smoking in the school building is not permitted at any time and is punishable by law. It is not permitted to leave the school building or grounds between classes to smoke. Behaviour – Children are not permitted to speak during class or interrupt their teachers. Children are expected to be quiet and walk in an orderly fashion when in the school corridors. Foreign students have to integrate into the class – teachers cannot dedicate all their time to one student. Results – In Ireland the minimum pass rate is 40%. Foreign students are expected to pass their class tests. Sports/School Clubs – Most schools offer students the chance to partake in sporting activities as well as after-school clubs. We advise students to get involved in one or two activities as it enriches the school experience.



Linus hurries up to get to Eugene´s classes

7 October 2013

twitter: @eugenio_fouz



_Oh my God! It´s twenty past seven! You know, Eugene is not letting us in the classroom! Let´s hurry up!… Wow! It´s very late! I love his classes

-Yeah, me too. He is so good at teaching!!

Eye! kidding mode on ;-))  Eye! kidding mode on ;-)) Eye! kidding mode on ;-))

Our teacher makes us work hard and we have fun”

[Thanks, MOODLE (again)]

Free style, man

1 February 2012

twitter: eugenio_fouz

Well, I found out this picture on yesterday which reflects the way I love teaching. That teacher turns round to her class demanding their attention one hundred per cent.

This is free style, man. And I like it 😉

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