What happens when you mix Trey Songz with chemistry? An A+ test answer, turns out.
On Friday, March 4, Daphney Chery, who teaches chemistry at a charter school, Instagrammed a very witty response from one of her students. The extra credit question asked the class to explain eletronegativity, which is “a measure of the tendency of an atom to attract a bonding pair of electrons.” If that sounds like complete gibberish to you, perhaps this test answer will clear up any confusion.
“I try to encourage my students to think of associations from their lives that would help them understand the concepts they are learning better,” Chery captioned the photo. “Being that I only teach one period, I’m able to really come up with fun activities and lesson plans that will help them like chemistry more. But this answer is by far the most creative one I’ve read yet!!!”
We can’t decide which part of is our favorite. Is it the sassy “Yea I’m getting this 5 points!” in the opener? What about the part where Trey is called out for having “no chill?” Is it the nuanced simile of “Trey like behavior?” Everything about this is perfect. ?