I made a quiz!
It’s 6 rounds, takes about 20 minutes, vaguely History themed and not too challenging. The answers are on the end of the video, so you can play at your own leisure. Should make for some fun with friends and family, or as a great resource for entertaining students in the classroom.
If you enjoy the quiz, leave a like on the video. As well as getting back into writing my blog, I plan to make more of these.
Teacher – This is an image of the Patron Saint of England, soldiers, farmers and much more. St George isn’t English; he was most likely born in what was Cappodocia (modern day Turkey). He is almost certainly a martyr, dying for his faith rather than making a sacrifice to pagan gods. The dragon was added to his story much later.
Video Gamer – The horse has clearly glitched over the dragon. Horses in video games are always difficult to steer properly. I hope that’s not the final armour or costume St George gets, and that weapon upgrades are available. Not that impressive a monster either. Is this meant to be a boss battle? Pfft. Unique animation style though.
Dungeon Master – that’s not a proper dragon, more like a Wyrmling. They’re only a Creature Rating 2, not that big a deal. And green dragons breath poison, not fire. I’m guessing St George is a paladin? Not sure what class the woman in the background is, but the fact that she has the wyrmling restrained means St George has advantage on his attacks. Not a tough fight.
I don’t take issue with a great deal while I’m teaching. I’m accepting of the broad span of opinions and preconceptions. I rarely feel the need to lecture people in or out of lessons, and I would never tell you your opinion is flat-out wrong. But when someone laughs at someone for not knowing something, that’s when I dust off the soapbox.
Continue reading “Haha, you don’t know _____!”
Student: The people behind the Gunpowder Plot were all Catholics. They were unhappy about the way they were treated. At the time, England was a Prostitute country.
What have I been teaching them?
Student: You know everything we’ve been looking at? The Treaty of Versailles… The League of Nations…
Teacher: I do, yes.
Student: Did it really happen?
Teacher (passively): Yes. History as a study of things in the past.
Student (nodding): Okay cool, thank you sir.
[Student goes back to work, but sees their friend staring at them open-mouthed.]
Student (unwavering): It was a 50-50 question, so I had to ask.
If you do not ask, you do not learn.
Student: I could never be a spy. I can’t do a roly-poly.
James Bond is famous for his forward rolls.