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UK Basic Tactics Results

Homework at the bottom!

Well today, only 1 Cadet turned up and there was a problem with teaching and who was to lead the event, so it didn’t go very well. We had to end the class 10 minutes early because we clearly weren’t getting any teaching done with the way some staff were arguing and questioning the way I was teaching, although the cadet (Waldoolie) agrees otherwise.

We talked about BASIC TACTICS, here are some pictures:

The people who came to the event were: 





Purple Slime






Waldoolie receives 2 ACPTR Medals for his efforts.


-Using Doodle or another drawing program, draw a HORIZONTAL, a VERTICAL and a DIAGONAL LINE. 

:To be submitted in the next UK Class:


2 Responses

  1. I want to give you a few tips Superoo:

    No.1: Don’t cause conflicts. You’ve taken a blatant dig at the staff members (probably Fold, and to a lesser extent Purp and I). You’ve continued to victimize the rest of the staff throughout the paragraph, barely mentioning anything you actually did get done. I obviously wasn’t there for any of the event, I left to do homework after only a couple of minutes, but from what I saw you seemed to have totally changed the format of a tactics session, from what everyone’s used to. You should have at least explained in detail beforehand if you were going to, or should have just stuck with the normal ACPTR system of going through tactics and giving hints as you go along.

    No.2.Don’t give out homework as a matter of standard practice, unless cadets beg for it. Homework is normally just reading, if it’s from a class based on xat only.

    Otherwise the event went well. However, you shouldn’t have continued to argue once Purp took charge (being the co-leader).

    • Another 2 things have popped to my mind: Don’t bring the cadet into staff matters, and do an easier way of handing in hw, e.g. commenting a link to it or giving it to you on chat.

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