Yeah. I was picked out of the blue to do an impromptu speech in front of the class when I was 11 but I cannot talk in front of a class unless I have notes, but this was full impromptu.
I was so scared, I tried my hardest to string some words together but I couldn't, I froze and I felt my vision blacking out. Then the teacher screamed at me for a good 5 минуты straight, called me an embarrassment, then called me pathetic leaving me in complete tears where I hid in the bathroom for the rest of the day.
I never told anyone of that incident until years later, and I contacted her years later and she never realised how much of an affect that had on my development. She retired shortly after.
That moment fucked me up so badly, socially. I've never been able to talk freely infront of people ever since, no matter how much I try to. I'm so socially anxious to the point where I feel like someone is going to laugh and mock anything I do или say. It still hurts so much after all this time and it just goes to Показать that traumatic incidents like that and words are very damaging, so be careful what Ты say and do to people.
Sorry for the life story... needed to get that off my chest.
Yes,I was doing a presentation and when I wanted to explain something better, she started to call me dumb and that Im not able to explain anything ,I just сказал(-а) one word and she went nuts. After that I threw my presentationspapers into a trash bin and ran out of the class room crying.
Yes. Back in the 6th grade, I was in my English class taking notes. Mind you, I have acute hearing so I only hear certain parts when someone talks to me, it is part of my IEP and disability. The assistant teacher called my name and сказал(-а) something after that. I only heard my name so I сказал(-а) 'Yes?' and she came over to look at my notes, which I was still taking. She called me a lair, sent an e-mail to my mum, and gave me detention. For the Далее month, I was bullied about it.