IN CASE ANYONE DOUBTS MY ABILITY TO TEACH SCIENCE…

We are finishing a science unit on "Our Changing Earth." In case anyone doubts my ability to teach science (or spelling!), here is something one of my students wrote on Friday…
The earth is changing all the time. Some changes are slow, but some, like earthquakes are fast. An earthquake is a subject of the earth that happens under the earth's crust and under the ocean. Earthquakes mostly happened in California because thier was a big crack in thier. The thing that causes the earthquakes is the plates under the earth's surface. that can make a earthquake or a tsunami. People say the famous crack is on the Liberty Bell, but that wasen't an earthquake, the real famous crack was in Californa.
How's that for scientific thinking??????