1. By sharing your passion for feline photography.
2. By shouting really, really loudly.
When I asked the class who could solve my math problem Katie stood up and screamed "I VOLUNTEER AS TRIBUTE!" at the top of her lungs, disturbing the rest of my class.
3. By revealing your superhero alter-ego.
Disrupting class by standing, unbuttoning his shirt to reveal a Superman t shirt and announcing he was Superman.
4. Um, by being right.
Dear Mrs.,You may already know this, but in case Alex has neglected to tell you, I am assigning him to detention for one hour this Friday, April 22nd. The reason is as follows:Alex consistently defied me. During class he contradicted me numerous times when I insisted that the length of one kilometer was greater than that of one mile. Every other student in class accepted my lesson without argument, but your son refused to believe what I told him, offering such rebuttals as, "You're lying to the class," and commanding other students to challenge my curriculum.Although he was correct, Alex's actions show a blatant disregard for authority, and a complete lack of respect for his school. In the future, Alex would be better off simply accepting my teaching without resistance.Please see to it that your son understands this.Regards,Adam