10. Students wince at the sound of the spine of your teacher book cracking as you open it.
9. You ask your students, ?So, what should we do today every week.
8. You ask to borrow a student book at the beginning of each class.
7. The class gets to nominate and vote on the lesson text.
6. You have suggested home Sunday schooling to the education committee.
5. Students start asking for transfers to other classes.
4. No matter where the lesson starts, it always ends up with baby Moses in the basket.
3. You just noticed the date on the curriculum is April 1987.
2. You think objectives are those students who complain about the lesson every week.
1. When students ask about handouts, you give them your spare change.