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A few days
ago, I got sick. I was dizzy and I was having a terrible headache. My
temperature was higher than usual. I had to go to work just the same because
well… it’s my job. I regard each class as an appointment which I intend to keep
come hell or high water. However, I was
not my usual jolly self and the students noticed it. I was bombarded with questions
such as “Teacher, are you okay?” “Teacher,
are you sick?” “ Teacher, do you want to go home?” to which I politely
answered, “Yes, I’m okay, don’t worry… “
No, I don’t want to go home, I can stay here. I just need to take a nap
after each class, during our ten-minute break…”
One very little boy in
particular was so concerned. He would ask me from time to time if I was indeed
okay or not. During our class, he cooperated as much as he could while secretly
glancing at me, checking if I was indeed alive and breathing. Ha ha ha!
I did not
hear the usual “Teacher, how many pages
more before we finish?”, “What time is it?”, I'm sleepy, English is hard..:, "Has the bell sounded?” He did not fidget, he
did not peek through the window. He just did what I told him to do, he just
read what I asked him to read and he answered my comprehension questions as
well as he could.
before the class ended, the student asked me, “Teacher, are you okay? If you
are okay, I am also okay. Are you happy?
If you are happy, I am happy. Don’t worry about me. You can take a rest.”
don’t always behave the way we want them to, but it doesn’t mean they are
apathetic or insensitive. Kids have their own way of showing us adults that
And this experience
made me appreciate the innocence of kids even more.