Tell me the truth. How bad is this??? I showed them the John Adams DVD (1st episode) on a recommendation from someone since we're discussing the Boston Massacre. I screened it up to the end of the trial of the British soldiers because I thought that was all we'd have time for in one class period. I noticed one instance of inappropriate language so I sent home a letter to the parents basically warning them that for this and other videos I might show in class, there might be inapproriate scenes and language. However, I miscalculated how far we'd get in the DVD and we went a bit farther than I had expected (and screened for). Before I could hit "stop" on the remote, a man was being stripped naked to be tarred and feathered. So for a second or two, full male nudity was on display in my classroom. How bad is this? Do I have to tell my principal or am I covered by the note home (which he saw before it was sent out)? I'd be absolutely mortified to go in and tell him that I showed a naked man in the classroom. I really don't want to do it especially since my special ed students are more than likely not going to tell their parents anything about it anyway. To be truthful, there was very little reaction at all - they just giggled for a second. I feel sick over this.