So I reached my classroom, drew a marijuana leaf, for class 11 students they thought in their current affairs class they would be discussing biology. However, they were soon proved wrong to their utter surprise.
I stood firm to the ground and raised the following question to the students:
“Who here thinks that Marijuana should be legalized in Europe and the rest of the world”?
Many of them did not know what I was talking about, so I explained the herb and its characteristics. As everyone else would have thought, they came to the conclusion that this was a drug and they better stay away from it. Which was the point basically. However, quite of a few of them wanted to know about it more and wanted to try it before making any judgements about it.
One kid asked the obvious question which was going to come up sooner or later.
“Is it our right to smoke Marijuana?”
Well, that question brought me back to the various arguments and confrontations I have had with people over the legal right to smoke Marijuana. ...Show more