The Squid Game in a TEST
The Squid Game in a TEST. A professor applied the Green Light and Red Light during an exam so that his students could not cheat each other. This eloquent story has gone viral because of the teacher's quip to "liven up" the evaluation.
A Geography Professor has taken to using the terrifying doll from the Netflix series to stop his high school students from copying: "Green light, you can write and pass. Anyone found copying. Deleted."
The 'Squid Game' has become a global phenomenon, which everyone has heard of at one time or another. The bloody Netflix series, which shows how a set of ruined individuals compete to the death in a sequence of violent 'games' for a large sum of money, has been peppered with discussion. And it is that fiction has already crept into schools, sounding the alarms, because certain children imitated their games in the playground.
On the other hand, one teacher has taken great advantage of the series in his classroom, how? Well, by devising a method to prevent his students from cheating during an exam.
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Thus, this teacher, whose client name is Mr. Wayne, has projected the image of the doll into the classroom, along with the following message, "Green light, you may now draft and approve. Anyone found copying. Deleted."
The image has been shared by the instructor himself on Twitter, next to the sentence "not a sound in the high school test", a publication that has received hundreds of 'likes' and some criticism. However, the teacher has explained that his idea sought to place "a little humor to cope with the Geography test". "We laughed a lot. He noted that, "There was something special to do on the first test of the course, something to lighten the mood."
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