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Teachers: Print this out for your students.
06-10-2010, 09:54 PM #1
Teachers: Print this out for your students.How Well Can You Follow Directions?
Directions: You have 15 minutes to complete this test.
Read all directions carefully before doing anything.
1. Write your first and last name in the upper left-hand corner of this page.
2. Put seven X's on the upper right-hand corner of this page.
3. Circle three of the X's.
4. On the back of this paper, subtract 442 from 1321.
5. Stand up and say your first name so everyone can hear you.
6. Draw a square around every letter "r" in this sentence.
7. Print your address in the lower right-hand corner of the back of this page.
8. Cross out all of the numbers in your address.
9. Print the name of the city where you were born on this line: _________________________
10. Sharpen your pencil. If you are using a mechanical pencil or a pen, hold it up in the air,
count out loud to 20 by 2s, and then continue working on this assignment.
11. If you are the first person to get this far, stand up and say, "I am the first person to get
to number 11."
12. Clap your hands three times.
13. Circle all the odd numbers on this page.
14. Put a line under all of the words on this page which begin with a capital letter.
15. Write your first and last name anywhere on the blackboard.
16. Trace your hand on the back of this page.
17. Put a triangle around every period on this line.
18. Circle every number on this page that ends with a 9.
19. Staying in your seat, say loudly, "I have almost completed this test, and I have followed
all of the directions perfectly."
20. Now that you have read all of the directions carefully, go back and do only number 1.
Please stay completely quiet while others continue to work.
Congratulations on your excellent direction-following!
Every man I meet is my master in some point, and in that I learn from him (R. Emerson)
12-22-2012, 07:24 PM #2
Re: Teachers: Print this out for your students.
Awesome! Very funny! I had this kind of test in my science class when I was in senior high to teach us that you must read all the steps before to start an experiment. I like it.