When I was a teacher, I found it very easy to get my message across without saying a single word. If I saw a student doing something inappropriate, I would beckon to him with the wiggle of my finger. He already knew there was trouble before he ever reached my desk. That simple gesture, coupled with my raised eyebrows said it all. The offending student would usually hang his head, apologize, and shuffle back to his seat. Sometimes, a gesture is worth a thousand words.
“Come Here”–Pencil and Watercolor