Satire

Since the dawn of time, or at least since education became compulsory, young students have found ways to distract themselves during the long school hours. Paper airplanes, bubblegum and cell phones have resulted in scores of detentions and lectures from exasperated teachers. Yet virtual school has created a situation with less accountability for students who wish to do anything other than sit through a Zoom lesson. Students don’t even need to hide their phones or try to find one of the unblocked games on the Chromebooks anymore, they can simply turn off their camera and ward off any suspicion that they aren’t paying attention in class. Students can now sleep, DoorDash, bake, play Fortnite, online shop and do pretty much anything else, while still maintaining perfect attendance, so long as they are logged into the meeting. One of the most popular choices of distraction during virtual school is video games, particularly those played on a computer. Students are already “learning” from their laptops, there is no need to waste time alternating between screens to use mobile apps. If you’re a CHS student, you’ve probably taken advantage of the increased screen time to play games during class.  Take this quiz, and The Columbian will guess which game is your favorite. 

And now for your results:

If you chose mostly A’s…

You picked mostly Bs….

 

You picked mostly Cs…

You picked mostly Ds…

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