A 5-year-old student brought home a teacher’s typed directions for a homework assignment and it was littered with grammatical errors. The paper explaining what the child should do was such a grammatical nightmare that when the child's parent posted it online, it went viral, according to Digital Spy on Monday, Feb. 4, 2013.
The website Reddit is seeing a lot of traffic from folks checking out this homework assignment. They’ve already received well over 2,000 comments about the homework assignment paper.
Check the school assignment sent home by a teacher here on Reddit.
The errors start off in the first sentence and they are scattered throughout the body of the text. They continue right to the end, where it is signed, “You’re Teachers.”
This paper is giving the instructions for homework to a five-year-old, but after reading it, you’d have to wonder what kind of work this teacher expects from the kids in her class. It doesn’t appear this teacher has set the bar very high when it comes to proper grammar.
This homework assignment came from an academy school in Arizona, but neither the school or the teacher’s name are provided with the homework assignment. This could be quite embarrassing for the school district if the names were available to the public.