I know it's totally human nature to think the generations that come after you are way more spoiled but this time it's really true.
Teens are joining a movement to protest against having to stand up in front of their class to give a presentation. Why? Because public speaking can make them too anxious. It all started when a 15-year-old high school student who goes by "Leen" on Twitter posted a tweet earlier this month that said, quote, "Stop forcing students to present in front of the class and give them a choice not to."
Her tweet is now at over 500,000 combined retweets and likes, and has more than 138,000 comments . . . a ton of which are supporting what she's saying.
A history teacher in Texas named Kathleen Carver basically summed it up . . . things are just different today. Quote, "We're in a day and age where we have to acknowledge our students' feelings."
So, do you think they are right, or just being spoiled?
|￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣￣|— leen (@softedhearts) September 8, 2018
stop forcing students
to present in front of the
class and give them a
choice not to
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