I don’t agree with what happened. She should not have received pay. She not only trash talked about students, but about teachers and administrators as well. She should be suspended without pay. The teacher that locked students in a cage should be expelled. I would think that Natalie Munroe should be expelled, but what she did was not as bad as the teacher that locked kids in a cage. I do not personally know someone, but I see people on Facebook and Twitter trash talking each other all the time. They shouldn’t be saying stuff online. If you shouldn’t say it in person, why say it at all? The people who trash talk and fight on Facebook don’t really care about school or anything that should matter.
I will be more careful about what I post on my social media accounts. I post stupid stuff and don’t like to get in where there’s tension. If I’m not a part of it, I’m not joining in. I will make sure I don’t post anything bad. I want to be hired because I need experience. I don’t want to be fired or not hired because of my social media. This article is related to Chapter 6 because Chapter 6 is about finding a job. Employers look up your name and if they see your Facebook or Twitter or anything, they’re going to look at it. The school found her Facebook and she was suspended.
n 1: the state of being disregarded or forgotten [syn: oblivion]
2: an imaginary place for lost or neglected things
3: (theology) the abode of infants who die before baptism
n : a representation of a person that is exaggerated for comic
effect [syn: imitation, impersonation]
v : represent in or produce a caricature of; "The drawing
caricatured the President" [syn: ape]