//On Rose's twitter Rose: If I was a precalculus student, I would simply factor correctly
//Period 4 Magnet Precalc with Kirk, going over student solved questions on the white board from the unit test Student: Wait! Mr. Kirk! I forgot to sign my name below the problem I did, can you sign my name??? Mr. Kirk: Okay sure *signs name* Student: haHahA ive tricked you! now you have to go to jail forever!
//Pre-Calc with Mr. Kirk, he's just finished telling a story about Mr. Giles Kirk: Anyway, Mr. Giles is no longer with us Someone: What happened to him??? Rest of the class: *silent and paying attention because they're wondering too* Kirk: Uhhh, he went to another school????? Class: What??? I thought you said he died!
//Period 2 Precal Giles: We can either have a relaxed class where we get tests back and work on our homework, or a class where we learn an annoying new topic. I vote for the first. Giles: It's highly likely that Ben doesn't even realize that there is a final exam, and also highly likely that Patrick and Kennedy have already finished the packet.
(In 8th period Precalculus) Grace, Sally, and Dana discussing RM homecoming Dana: why do they call it homecoming anyways? Sally: I come home every day!!! Grace: Maybe it's like homecoming...for school...? Like coming back to school? Sally: But I don't live here... Grace: Well home is where the heart is? Sally: That's not true!!!! My heart is in my chest!!!!!
//Magnet Precalc Period 8, Talking about how the set of irrational numbers doesn't have closure with multiplication. Noah Gleason: You could do root 2 times root 2. Giles: Yeah, root 2 times root 2 is 1. -Students Laugh- (Giles realizes his mistake) Giles: Root 2 times root 2 is 2. I know how to math. Sometimes. -At the end of class- Patrick Klees: Hey Mr. Giles, has something like this happened before? Because I was going to put this on Blairbash.
//Magnet Precalc Period 8, Talking about factoring methods Giles: Doing slide and divide is like trying to eat a rock. It's not food!
Rose: No, Mitchell, no more talking for you. Mitchell: I have a legit question. Rose: I don't care. *continues teaching/lecturing*
Rose: What's the arc sine of negative one half? Student: Eleven pi over six. Rose: Oooo... who said that? What's the correct answer to the arc sine of negative one half? More Students: Eleven pi over six. Rose: Ugh! If you say eleven pi over six, I want to, like, kill myself. So wrong, unbelievable, it's totally unacceptable, and really really really really really bad, and wrong, totally wrong!!!