Listen to Music in Class!

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Introduction: Listen to Music in Class!

This is something I do on almost a day to day basis. And it is almost impossible to get caught.

Heres what you need:

1. A long-sleeved article of clothing (hoodie or otherwise)
2. Pocket music player of your choice (Zune ftw!)
3. Headphones. And the ear bud kind.

Step 1: Step 1

BEFORE CLASS!!!!

Thread earbuds up through hoodie and through one of the arm sleeves.

Get a playlist up then turn off player, so all you have to do is press on then play.






*dotted line in picture means beneath hoodie

Step 2: Step 2

Now tuck the earbuds under the cuff and listen to your tunes through the hoodie material.

You can casually lean your head on your hand, just make sure your ear is on your wrist. Or you can lay on your desk and cross your arms.

You can now jam to your tunes in class!

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    In the UK a lot of schools have blazers included in the uniform and they have jnside pockets on both sides so it works with blazers too

    All I did was sowed a pocket in side the jacket so I could put my phone some where. And I used my phone

    If they don't allow you to wear hoodies, what about long hair, and having your ear buds run through your back? I'm male and it works, lol

    im only in highschool, and we cant wear hats/hoods for probably this reason. and about the loudness, i have some skullcandy in-ears so only i can hear

    IGNORE MY LAST COMMENT, my thoughts went to the keboard, hehe...

    Thanks alot, dude... I got caught after the third day of doing this! First two days with a crapy mp3... 3rd one with my beloved iPOD ;( NNNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    Aside from music players being banned from my school, I expect my students to have some manners and remove their headgear indoors.

    Now, why would you ban music players? They're great for breaks. In my school in swened we're allowed to listen to music during long math classes. Oh, and I can understand that it's a bad manner to use headgear in class, but INDOORS? The hallways are practically made for listening to music during breaks.

    It wasn't my ban, but it is for a combination of reasons;
    • Discipline (we want them to pay attention in lessons)
    • Security (school insurance doesn't cover them in they get stolen, lost or broken)
    We often allow them on school trips, but we experimented recently with banning them, and not allowing texting or phoning on the bus and we found that the children started talking to each other, discussing the trip, behaving like civilised humans, instead of isolated zombies.