Friday, 19 April 2013

Homework- Bodrum Style


Anything that makes homework more palatable gets my endorsement.

 

These young ladies have found a perfect spot to study.


"My maths exercise book floated away" is a much better excuse than "the dog ate it." 

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  1. Wait a minute, B to B. "The dog ate it" was not only my favorite excuse as a kid, sometimes it was true to boot, so there!

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    1. Especially if your packed lunch leaked over your notebooks.

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  2. . . you cannot be serious!

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    1. Hope you are replying to Senior Dogs.

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  3. Can't think of a better place to do homework. Lovely.

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    1. It was a bit windy so quite a risky enterprise

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  4. Better not let Marc read this :)) it's maths revision all the way to final exams from 13 May...

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    1. I can't believe it's his finals already _ where did the time go?

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  5. The dog ate mine once or twice too....or rather seized it and ran off with it.

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  6. I'd love to be able to work there, but if I dropped my laptop in the water it'd be expensive to replace....

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    1. Laptops and boats are not always a happy mix.

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    1. They caught my eye - they are in front of the school behind Korfez. Hope their teacher didn't see them.

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  8. Mine have been sentenced to homework on computers. I'd like to see the dog eat that!
    Maybe the new excuse will be "My Dad lost my charger."

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    1. Dogs have been known to chew chargers.

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  9. Where eating homework is concerned, canine interest might only be aroused by certain types of mathematical formulae, such as x = {q + [q2 + (r-p2)3]1/2}1/3 + {q - [q2 + (r-p2)3]1/2}1/3 + p. Anything less runs the risk of disinterest.

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    1. I'll have to get Jake to verify this - I'm suspicious of the last +p.

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  10. what a lovely place to study...I hope no homework was lost during the taking of these photos :)

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    1. They didn't notice me taking photos - so I don't think I caused any loss of attention.

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    1. I might take to water-side blog writing.

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  12. Love it, Annie! Beats the dining-room table every time. :-)

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  13. This is just such a great take on homework!!!

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  14. loved this one - my children would love to have homework this style!:) another good reason to have a home at coastal Turkey - hope in near future!

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