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How sane schoolgirl intervened and warned everyone?

A group of primary school second-graders were in a virtual distance education classroom, when their contact with their teacher at Parkland School in Texas was suddenly cut off, and when the pupils tried to start the fight, their classmate intervened to stop them.

According to ABC News, the incident occurred when teacher Emily Pickering was teaching a virtual classroom remotely to a group of second graders at Parkland School in El Paso, Texas.

According to “CNN” in Arabic, the video begins with teacher Emily and she says: “Oh, I was taken out of the virtual classroom and communicated with the students, but the application that the teacher uses continues to record what is happening in the class.”

Quarrelsome and messed up

And here it seemed that one of the students was preparing to quarrel and absurd when he asked: What happened to you guys? A colleague replied to him: What happened? A third said, “The teacher has left the meeting.” A fourth said: The Internet has kicked her out.

As the pupils began to fray, their sane colleague Merlin Weil intervened, trying to warn them that the teacher was recording what was happening. Merlin cautioned: I see there’s a little record button at the top of the screen. The teacher records what is happening, and she can watch us and see that we are not doing well. And a student replied: Yes, I know she is recording what happens. Merlin added: The principal also records what happens.

Mother notices what happened

Merlin’s words had an effect at home, as her mother, Jenny, was close to her and heard what she was saying, and the mother said that she was surprised by Merlin’s behavior, and felt proud of her good behavior.

In an interview with “ABC”, Mother Jenny said: We have always encouraged our daughter Merlin to be in the leadership and choose what is right to do even if there is no oversight on her, and I think this is the first time she behaves like this when necessary.

Merlin described what happened, saying: I was like a leader of ants, and they were zigzagging, and this should not happen as I followed them.

The phrase toast

A student intervened to support what Merlin was saying, and said: “We’ll be toast.” The phrase literally means “we’ll be toast,” but in terms of usage, the phrase means “we’ll get into trouble.”

But a student answered, “I want to eat toast.”

After this phrase, things took a different direction, as Merlin said: To whoever said the phrase “we’ll be toast”, you should have toast for breakfast tomorrow.

Mother Jenny comments, saying: I wonder what they learned and prompted them to talk about toast.

Innocence of children

Mother Jenny comments on the situation, saying, there was no consensus on how to eat toast, but there was something clear, which is that these are simple moments that I always wanted to see when I work and students are in schools, the situation reminds me of the innocence of children.

Distance education video .. Watch what the children did when they lost contact with the teacher

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A group of primary school second graders was in a virtual distance education classroom, when their contact with their teacher at Parkland School in Texas was suddenly cut off, and when the pupils tried to start the fight, their classmate intervened to stop them.

According to ABC News, the incident occurred when teacher Emily Pickering was teaching a virtual classroom remotely to a group of second graders at Parkland School in El Paso, Texas.

According to “CNN” in Arabic, the video begins with teacher Emily, and she says: “Oh, I was taken out of the virtual classroom and communicated with the students, but the application that the teacher uses continued to record what is happening in the class.”

Quarrelsome and messed up

And here it seemed that one of the students was preparing to quarrel and mess when he asked: What happened to you guys? A colleague replied to him: What happened? A third said, “The teacher has left the meeting.” A fourth said: The Internet has kicked her out.

As the pupils began to fray, their sane colleague Merlin Weil intervened, trying to warn them that the teacher was recording what was happening. Merlin cautioned: I see there’s a little record button at the top of the screen. The teacher records what is happening, and she can watch us and see that we are not doing well. And a student replied: Yes, I know she is recording what happens. Merlin added: The principal also records what happens.

Mother notices what happened

Merlin’s words had an effect at home, as her mother, Jenny, was close to her and heard what she was saying, and the mother said that she was surprised by Merlin’s behavior, and she felt proud of her good behavior.

In an interview with “ABC”, Mother Jenny said: We have always encouraged our daughter Merlin to be in the leadership and choose what is right to do even if there is no oversight on her, and I think this is the first time she behaves like this when necessary.

Merlin described what happened, saying: I was like a leader of ants, and they were zigzagging, and this should not happen as I followed them.

The phrase toast

A student intervened to support what Merlin was saying, and said: “We’ll be toast.” The phrase literally means “we’ll be toast,” but in terms of usage, the phrase means “we’ll get into trouble.”

But a student answered, “I want to eat toast.”

After this phrase, things took a different direction, as Merlin said: To whoever said the phrase “we’ll be toast”, you should have toast for breakfast tomorrow.

Mother Jenny comments, saying: I wonder what they learned and prompted them to talk about toast.

Innocence of children

Mother Jenny comments on the situation, saying, there was no consensus on how to eat toast, but there was something clear, which is that these are simple moments that I always wanted to see when I work and students are in schools, the situation reminds me of the innocence of children.


How sane schoolgirl intervened and warned everyone?

A group of primary school second graders was in a virtual distance education classroom, when their contact with their teacher at Parkland School in Texas was suddenly cut off, and when the pupils tried to start the fight, their classmate intervened to stop them.

According to ABC News, the incident occurred when teacher Emily Pickering was teaching a virtual classroom remotely to a group of second graders at Parkland School in El Paso, Texas.

According to “CNN” in Arabic, the video begins with teacher Emily, and she says: “Oh, I was taken out of the virtual classroom and communicated with the students, but the application that the teacher uses continued to record what is happening in the class.”

Quarrelsome and messed up

And here it seemed that one of the students was preparing to quarrel and mess when he asked: What happened to you guys? A colleague replied to him: What happened? A third said, “The teacher has left the meeting.” A fourth said: The Internet has kicked her out.

As the pupils began to fray, their sane colleague Merlin Weil intervened, trying to warn them that the teacher was recording what was happening. Merlin cautioned: I see there’s a little record button at the top of the screen. The teacher records what is happening, and she can watch us and see that we are not doing well. And a student replied: Yes, I know she is recording what happens. Merlin added: The principal also records what is happening.

Mother notices what happened

Merlin’s words had an effect at home, her mother Jenny was close to her and she heard what she was saying, and the mother said that she was surprised by Merlin’s behavior and felt proud of her good behavior.

In an interview with “ABC”, Mother Jenny said: We have always encouraged our daughter Merlin to be in the leadership and choose what is right to do even if there is no oversight of her, and I think this is the first time she behaves like this when necessary.

Merlin described what had happened, saying: I was like a leader of ants, and they were zigzagging, and this should not happen as I followed them.

The phrase toast

A student intervened to support what Merlin was saying, and said: “We’ll be toast.” The phrase literally means “we’ll be toast,” but in terms of usage, the phrase means “we’ll get into trouble.”

But a student answered, “I want to eat toast.”

After this phrase, things took a different direction, as Merlin said: To whoever said the phrase “we’ll be toast”, you should have toast for breakfast tomorrow.

Mother Jenny comments, saying: I wonder what they learned and prompted them to talk about toast.

Innocence of children

Mother Jenny comments on the situation, saying, there was no consensus on how to eat toast, but there was something clear, which is that these are simple moments that I always wanted to see when I work and students are in schools, the situation reminds me of the innocence of children.





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