//AP Lang, there's a sub, the magnet kids have all sat together //another kid comes over Kid 1: so what are we supposed to be doing Magnet kids: nothing is posted *the kid goes back to his table* Kid 1 (to his table): the magnet kids don't know anything so we're good
//Horne Period 1, room 242, earthquake drill //Class is incredulous about how the third floor was called down before the second Horne: That's because all of the magnets are on the third floor. They are more important than you guys.
//A counselor had a long family connections account discussion with Klein's Pd. 4 Lang //After she finishes and is preparing to leave: Eisenstein: "Now, originally we were going to have you guys all do a reading quiz. But because we don't have enough time left in class, I'll give you guys a pass on this quiz." Counselor: "You're welcome!"
//Mr. Stein walks into Klein's Pd. 4 AP Lang class as the class is discussing the upcoming Huckleberry Finn opinion-research paper Stein: What is the difference between opinions and "opinions"? Klein: Uhh, 17. Ms. Eisenstein, Klein's assistant: I was going to say 35.
//According to the title slide, the Great Gatsby Chapter 8 Presentation was authored by "Old," "Sport," and "Old Sport" Mr. Klein: "So, are you Old, Sport, or Old Sport?" Brian Morris: "I actually don't know; we have 4 people in our group!"
Mr. Klein: "Ok guys, get to work. It's column-reading time, not snow-watching time." Student 1: "Snow?" Student 2: "Snow?" Class: "SNOW?!" \\Entire class looks out the window and just notices that it's snowing
//Klein is discussing a Finnish volleyball coach, whom he invited to a restaurant in thanks for coaching the volleyball team for a day. //When quoting the Finnish coach, Klein lowers his voice until it is very hefty and thick Mr. Klein: "Some of his statements were golden, though. Like when he was talking about inviting me to Finland, 'we'll visit the sauna, then we'll swim in the ice lake' because apparently he has an ice lake in his backyard 'and then we'll go back to the sauna, and back to the ice lake, and...' and I'm just like, 'dude, that'll give me a heart attack! And like, shock!' And he was like 'Hmm, yea. My 12-year-old daughter would probably fare better than you.' And I said, 'so you're saying that I'm as tough as a 12-year-old girl?' And he responded 'No, she's tougher.'"
Mr. Klein: "Later McMurphy discusses how he loses his virginity. We haven't gotten to that part yet. When we do, we're going to discuss and analyze it in detail." //Class snickers Mr. Klein: "Wait no, not that kind of detail!"
Anderson: So just write down whatever Bigger ate in this section. Student 1 (whispering): Bigger had sex with Bessie.. does that mean he ate.. Student 2: Just shut up.
Anderson: (asking the students to answer a question at the end of class) I want you to think... //Bell rings, students starts getting up Anderson: Oh, oh no, oh HELLLLLLL no!