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Paul D. Dawson

English Teacher

BA Hons

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Employment History

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King Alfred School


English Teacher

Valley High School


Teacher

SAFTM


Student

Keysean Chavers


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www.kingalfred.org.uk

Paul Dawson
BA Hons, MPhil, PhD (London)


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Paul Dawson, 20 years, Port Williams, Kings Co.


www.onlineuniversitylowdown.com [cached]

1. Paul Dawson
In a video that is humorous purely due to its absolutely horrifying nature, Valley High School English teacher Paul Dawson proves exactly why teachers should never try to relate to their students using slang or vernacular terms. The white, Louisville-based educator had the audacity to use the abbreviated form of a racial slur when addressing an African-American student. Depressing hilarity sinks in when Dawson attempts to take refuge in audacity, claiming that he was just trying to approach student Keysean Chavers on the same level as his peers. He apparently despises the etymological origin of the slang term, yet finds it perfectly reasonable to casually toss around the abbreviated version. His attempts to explain himself become increasingly more absurd as newscaster Renee Murphy keeps asking questions, eventually conceding that these kids today and their newfangled terminology just render him absolutely (and amusingly) clueless. Because of his shockingly idiotic semantic blunder, Dawson received a 10 day suspension without pay, had to attend additional diversity training courses, and forever went down in history as a warning sign for exactly why teachers and other adult authority figures should just stay away from making any attempt to act "hip" because they think it will help build relationships with their students.


www.onlineuniversitylowdown.com

1. Paul Dawson
In a video that is humorous purely due to its absolutely horrifying nature, Valley High School English teacher Paul Dawson proves exactly why teachers should never try to relate to their students using slang or vernacular terms. The white, Louisville-based educator had the audacity to use the abbreviated form of a racial slur when addressing an African-American student. Depressing hilarity sinks in when Dawson attempts to take refuge in audacity, claiming that he was just trying to approach student Keysean Chavers on the same level as his peers. He apparently despises the etymological origin of the slang term, yet finds it perfectly reasonable to casually toss around the abbreviated version. His attempts to explain himself become increasingly more absurd as newscaster Renee Murphy keeps asking questions, eventually conceding that these kids today and their newfangled terminology just render him absolutely (and amusingly) clueless. Because of his shockingly idiotic semantic blunder, Dawson received a 10 day suspension without pay, had to attend additional diversity training courses, and forever went down in history as a warning sign for exactly why teachers and other adult authority figures should just stay away from making any attempt to act "hip" because they think it will help build relationships with their students.


www.onlineuniversitylowdown.com

1. Paul Dawson
In a video that is humorous purely due to its absolutely horrifying nature, Valley High School English teacher Paul Dawson proves exactly why teachers should never try to relate to their students using slang or vernacular terms. The white, Louisville-based educator had the audacity to use the abbreviated form of a racial slur when addressing an African-American student. Depressing hilarity sinks in when Dawson attempts to take refuge in audacity, claiming that he was just trying to approach student Keysean Chavers on the same level as his peers. He apparently despises the etymological origin of the slang term, yet finds it perfectly reasonable to casually toss around the abbreviated version. His attempts to explain himself become increasingly more absurd as newscaster Renee Murphy keeps asking questions, eventually conceding that these kids today and their newfangled terminology just render him absolutely (and amusingly) clueless. Because of his shockingly idiotic semantic blunder, Dawson received a 10 day suspension without pay, had to attend additional diversity training courses, and forever went down in history as a warning sign for exactly why teachers and other adult authority figures should just stay away from making any attempt to act "hip" because they think it will help build relationships with their students.


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