Which Fictional Teacher Are You?
Whether it's good or bad, teachers have a huge impact on the lives of students. This is never more apparent than in great works of literature. Which fictional teacher are you most like?
A student does not complete her homework. What do you do?
Your favorite subject to teach is:
How would you describe your teaching style?
Your class has behaved extremely well, so you reward them with:
You and the principal have a disagreement: What do you do?
What is your favorite thing about being a teacher?
Which of the following represents you?
You are Ms. Honey, the beautiful kindergarten teacher from the book "Matilda" by Roald Dahl. You are kind, fun, and understanding. Students love being in your class!
Ah, Ms. Frizzle. Though you most likely do not drive a magic school bus, your students still love your class. Your classroom experiments and adventures ensure that your lessons stick with students, and they leave your class with a new sense of confidence.
You are Professor Snape from the Harry Potter series. You are an expert in your subject, and students are lucky to learn from you. You seek out students with potential. Though you may come off as harsh, you have your students' best interests in mind.
You are Professor McGonagall from the Harry Potter series. You are well respected by all your students. They know that you are a fair teacher, and they always enjoy your class.
You are Anne Shirley of L.M. Montgomery's "Anne of Green Gables." You aim to inspire through your lessons. Even though you may have some, er, mishaps, you are a great teacher. Students respect you and enjoy attending your class.