“Kenneth needs to learn when the analogy stops working, is inappropriate or just wrong”

My chemistry teacher in 11th grade commented on my report card that I make EXCELLENT use of creative analogies to understand concepts, many quite novel… but that “Kenneth needs to learn when the analogy stops working, is inappropriate or just wrong”

 

I was relating the experience of uncertainty, the “how it feels” when you’ve come up with something really good and solid but then there’s that “nagging doubt” so I was saying how the feeling of doubt is relatable – but what you SAID was logical, wise, fair, impartial, concise and marvelous.

Plus I misspelled relatable there I think. Relateable? Not sure.

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