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classroom recipe
Classroom recipe
  • Write a symbolic (figurative) recipe for the classroom. This means your ingredients are not simply desks, chairs, boards, ad/or pens, but also abstract nouns like patience, rage, and joy. What is really necessary to create room 1128? List ingredients and exact measurements, followed by a paragraph of instructions, advice and any tips or warnings. Be creative!
sample classroom recipe
Sample classroom recipe
  • Recipe for Period 4
  • List of ingredients:
    • 26 collectively buzzing brains (fresh)
    • 13 gallons of zeal
    • 7 buttons
    • 1 ghost, preferably Poe
    • Two handfuls of catch-phrases
    • 1 whisper of “Lincoln”
    • 3 bar-b-qued ribs
    • 142 pinches of poetry
    • A truckload of tolerance
    • A sprinkle of negative comments
    • 8 grumbling stomachs (chopped)
    • 1 string of lit bulbs (multicolored)
    • 4 sets of glasses
    • 1 Jib (no substitutions allowed)
    • 2 yards of green ribbon
    • 99 bushels of beating hearts
    • “It’s go time!” alphabet soup letters
    • A pinch of ketchup
    • 5 cacti (thinly sliced)
    • 1 grateful Ms. A
    • ½ a Mrs. Serize
sample instructions
Sample instructions
  • To prepare a delightfully tasty Period 4, one must be attentive to the details. The secret to a fun-filled learned classroom is the broth. Take one enormous cauldron (preferably of Salem origin) and add 13 gallons of zeal—enthusiasm is key to this class. Then, add your truckload of tolerance and pinch of ketchup for sweetness. Pour 142 pinches of poetry for some soul and 5 thinly sliced cacti for a kick. They also create some prickliness towards other periods. While your brew is boiling, add your whisper of Lincoln and both handfuls of catch-phrases for some wit. Careful not too add too much or it could result in some bitterness. Add 8 grumbling stomachs, students grow hungry around this time, and 4 sets of glasses, some of us lack 20/20 vision and like to see profound concepts. Take cauldron off fire and place in freezer. When liquid is frigid, add light bulbs and ribbon to string creativity together, brew should illuminate at this point. Add bar-be-q ribs for some humor and some tang and 7 buttons… they provide the weird. Sprinkle in your negative comments and “it’s go time!” Mixture should become dense and emerald. Dump hearts, teacher, and snail in and allow pot to sit over two years, this recipe calls for the patience and comfort which can only blossom over time.