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ESL forum > Concerning worksheets > did you know you can´t delete something once someone has replied?    

did you know you can´t delete something once someone has replied?



Vickiii
New Zealand

did you know you can´t delete something once someone has replied?
 
 I never knew that before

27 Nov 2008      



Mietz
Germany

Iīd appreciate it. I am quite capable of judging myself if itīs suitable or not. :-)
Looking forward to a laugh! LOL

27 Nov 2008     



blizzard1
Denmark

The following is my personal opinion. Studens are already over exposed to f and c words through movies, tv and songs. Most of my students believe that they may use those words in a normal conversation. Thatīs why I donīt even allow them in the classroom. 

I always try to find clean jokes such as:
 
 
I even made a ws for my students so they could get the point. I just gave them the ws without telling them, what they were going to watch afterwards. It was a success. Maybe I should upload the ws.
 

27 Nov 2008     



Vickiii
New Zealand

Hi Tisha,
 
Please note - i said it implies the use only of an insult that is NOT AS BAD AS swearing.
 
I actually agree with you on the whole swearing thing - I even ban "Shut up" form my classroom and teach people to say please be quiet. 
 
 Well it doesnīt seem to have created any controversy - so enjoy!

27 Nov 2008     



meuge
Argentina

Hi Vickiii!
May you should.... Then each one will see if it is worth downloading it or not ( please, no offence here)... What do you think?
I am particularly looking forwad to seeing it online!!!!
 
A big hug!

27 Nov 2008     



blizzard1
Denmark

Sorry Vickiii I read it too fast. I do share jokes with a double meaning with my students, as long as the other meaning is not too vulgar. I also avoid using racial or religious jokes.
 
You are welcome to upload your jokes.

27 Nov 2008