Hey Mr Cman, what is up fam? I'm back with a whole new thing on your super cool calculus class and we went over something totally radical this week called limits, of course there are no limits to the radicalness of your cool class.
Now onto a more serious note, what happened this week was we finished the stupid prerequisites unit and the test and I thought ‘wow we are finally doing calculus, which is what this flibbity class is about hence the title (yes I know the prerequisites was a needed thing, I just need to add word count lmpo)’ and now we go onto another prerequisite on limits which I remember from last year that they weren’t that bad. In fact I actually started remembering how limits worked throughout the lesson you put us through, I am going to be completely honest though and tell you i didn't really like the worksheet sorry.
We also worked on a desmos app that was about finding limits graphically and making our own and drawing conclusions which was kinda fun to do tbh, it's always fun to play with graphs, doncha think Mr. C. I mean that's the real question here, not how I feel about it, but how you feel about my feeling about it and how you'll change because of it. If I had to state the biggest thing I didn't like about this week, it would probably have to be the paper worksheet you gave us because I felt like I didn't really need it and I remembered limits much much better when you were giving a lesson about it than when you gave the stupid worksheet that I didn't understand half of tbh lmpo.
And now I've run out of things to say..sorry, actually wait the trump joke was kinda funny but you should try making some more oc jokes than it because there's just so much you can make fun of with trump because he's an idiot who is the reason we should have intelligence tests for people running for president. Sorry that was off topic but it was something I remembered from this week; and now I think I'm all out so I will bid you adieu. See ya Mr C and hope you had a fun weekend
PS. Please don't make us do one for homecoming week, I will give you a big bag of something that I don't think you're allergic too, are cashews good?
Okay hey there Mr. Cresswell here is the completely absolutely 100% exciting testament of this week in calculus for me and I have such a long story of hope and adventure and funny moments to tell you, in fact I think I’ll start right now.
We did absolutely nothing new this week.
Wow wasn’t that such an exciting perilous story right there. All we did was work on a super fun worksheet that really got my noggin joggin and I must say that I guess summer really got to me because I remembered absolutely nothing, which was just such a fun experience. Oh yeah, and we went through the syllabus and have to write this even more fun blog post, which is just peachy. I’d say that my participation was pretty good because I worked on the worksheet, what else was I supposed to do tbqfatwyhf (to be quite fair and truthful with you honestly fam.) On the bright side I think I understand the syllabus quite well as we went very in depth on it.
Now I know what the question of the day is and it’s ‘how did you enjoy this week Patrick’ it’s the same stuff as every teacher wants to know so they can tweak it and try to make it better for next year; but here’s the truth, it’s the first week of school, everyone is going to hate it no matter what you do unless you want your students to be horribly under-prepared for next week like we would've been if it wasn't for that god awful worksheet and the probably god awful test we’re going to have on it on Monday (probably Tuesday because the class will try to stall it and I might help, just a heads up lmpo, laughing my posterior off, because I know that if I swore in this you would probably give me a zero tbqftwyhf.)
So to sum it all up so you won’t fail me for not having cohesive thoughts, this week was kinda boring and horrible, but it always will be no matter what you do because it’s the beginning of the year and no one wants summer to end and you’ve got to do boring stuff like syllabuses and refresher packets and tests, but I know it will be better this coming week once the train starts rolling. And so comes the first first assignment of your calculus class done by your favorite student ever, Patrick Ronan. Have a nice night
PS: I promise that this being turned in on time will start a trend of me actually turning in assignments on time.
Me after I figured out I could do Cresswell's Cool Calc Class