A professor announced an online class but later not a single student turns up for the class. The professor gets angry and sends a rude email to the whole class for missing the lecture. The class, however, gets confused at the email and thinks that the professor has lost his mind.
I’m sure after reading this story, you know where exactly lies the mistake. Yes, the mistake lies with the professor. Announcing an online class and then expecting people to come is totally awkward and a mistake. When was the last time you decided to do something online and then expected to feel it physically? The same theory applies to the class.
So, the professor announced an online class. Since no one came for the class that day, the professor gets angry and sends quite a strong email with a rude response to the students, accusing them of bad behavior.
Today was the first day of class and no body showed up. If this is how you will all act this entire semester, feel free to drop my course.
The above email was received by everyone enrolled in the class. Now, the students had goosebumps after reading the email and they thought, the online course & a curse of the teacher, it’s beyond comprehension.
It just came to my attention that this is an online course. No in person class time is required. I am very sorry for the rude email. I’m not a jerk I promise, please forgive me, class.
The above email was received by all students some minutes later.