eyebrows and classroom management
Julius Pepperwood (and his gal Friday, Jessica Night): Zombie Detectives
The night was inky hot. She strode into his office with a sense of purpose, place,
another word here? She had zombie legs that went on for miles. They were the kind of legs you could sink your teeth into. Pepperwood had two friends; one if you count his hat. The other was his gal Friday, Jessica Night.She was small in stature but not in spunk and a super annoying know it all.
(Source: badwolfoswin, via burdge)
so, funny story - i have discovered that the simple act of raising my eyebrows in question or furrowing them in disapproval at my students (1st graders) is a lot more effective if said eyebrows are not covered by my bangs! this was not something i thought of when i was changing hair styles earlier this school year.
there was a point when i was wondering what i was doing wrong when it seemed like my normal class discipline plan and tactics didn’t seem to be working. i briefly thought that it might be the the long bangs that kept hanging in front of my eyes.
today i pinned up my hair and, miracle of miracles, all of my non-verbal cues and redirections were ALL followed… and i owe it all to expressive eye brows!
i shall never again underestimate the worth of these bushy things and strive to keep my hair away from my face! hooray!