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i If this had been M. Hamel’s first lesson, how do you think the school experience of the students might have been impacted?
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Hirak Nath 2 weeks, 1 day ago

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Anurag Saral 2 weeks, 3 days ago

The students may not have paid much attention and may even bunk class thinking that not much will be taught on first day. Teachers generally take just introductions of students and did not taught much on first day thinking that when major students will be present then they will start classes, otherwise they will have to repeat lessons again for absent students. The same may happen if this had been M. Hamel's first lesson. It generally happens in most schools on first day as per my experiences... Hope it help...

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