If you're hiring a butcher, you first want to see him hack a few bloody limbs.
If you're hiring a dog-catcher, you'll probably want to see his pup-bagging techniques prior to contracting his services.
And, if you're looking for a wing-walker, you'd probably want to see how he does thirty floors up in a glass elevator...
Well, the same goes for a teacher. So, next week I have to give a "sample lesson".
I'm actually really excited about this, as I love getting up and displaying my oddness and foolishness in front of other people. But, the hard part is picking an appropriate and engaging topic... (They suggested such topics as: The difference between similes and metaphors, Balancing Equations, and How a Bill becomes a Law.)
Personally, though, I think I can do better than that...
I was thinking more along the lines of:
*Evolution-Schmevolution: Study of Scientific Stupidity
*Odd or Even Numbers: Which are better?
*Popsicle Comparisons: Push-ups vs. Big Sticks
*Alternative Shoe-tying Techniques: When the rabbit goes UNDER the tree, AROUND the huckleberry bush and THROUGH the slinky
Well..., I just can't quite decide which one I'll choose, but...
I think I definitely have this interview nailed, baby!