An unfortunate classroom exercise ends with a viral discussion between the teacher and a famous poet

In an effort to create attractive methods for students to learn differently, some teachers make mistakes motivated by their ambition. The poet and writer Luna Miguel She exposed one of these cases on her Twitter account, which has also sparked a discussion between her and the teacher in question.

The poet explains how several high school students flooded her private message box with requests for questions. Apparently the students had read some of their works in class and the teacher encouraged them to write to her on their social networks with the incentive to increase the grade when they got an answer. They did.

After seeing what happened, Luna Miguel wrote a text explaining that she loves having her texts worked on in class, but that the methodology used by some teachers does not seem correct: ‘That the best or worst grade depends on the students or that day I am more or less tired to go into the folder to answer, or it depends on whether I had a good day, whether I will soon finish all my responsibilities, it seems as unfair to them as I do ”. In addition, he notes that it is not the first time that he has experienced a similar situation.

His words have had quite an impact on Twitter. So much so that they’ve reached the teacher who ordered this curious work from her students, that she’s decided to write a reply message with an un-soothing final pullita.

“Good evening, I am only writing to tell you that you have received some messages from my students, sorry if they interrupted you. They did it because today in class we saw your poetry among other authors and as an activity they had to research your profile, read, comment, etc. And I ironically suggested to them that if they got your answer, they would have a plus. They are already responsible for doing their job, I wouldn’t argue that something as important as a baccalaureate grade depended on you. In any case, thank you for your No approach to readers, ”the message reads.

A message the poet has also published on networks that have received dozens of examples of support.

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