Expect a lot from your students, teacher, I would say.
Grand French teacher and later writer Daniel Pennac tells in Chegrin d’École (could be translated as “Bad from School”) that he whilst strolling and getting around on the streets of Paris sometimes a young woman addresses him in a café place and recites some lines from some poem.
He gets stunned before that scene.
She’s is N.N., he recalls her from the past and by means of those recited lines: she was that famous rascal girl that she said about herself that she could learn just nothing, and now she’s a young woman with a good job as a choreographer. / Photo from: winchester-theatre-royal-winchester-rainy-day-3163-large www coolplaces co uk