Okay, so I may be under s bit of pressure these days. I am on an alternating block schedule, and on one of my days I have two blocks off, and no the other I have no breaks all day. Today is my no break day, and my students were being horrible. We were playing Jeopardy and one group didn't get their answer up in time, so I wasn't going to give them points. They (all 6 of them) started screaming at me, which was obscenely loud, so I felt like I needed to yell back to get their attention. So, I yelled "Alright," to get their attention, but because I'm sick it came out all menacing and super gravely, which they thought was hilarious. After they had settled down, I told them that if they wanted to continue laughing about it that they could do so in the office, (I had already joked on myself a bit and apologized for sounding super mean) because there were a couple of students still trying to make jokes. I did wind up sending one kid out for it. I might be overthinking, but I feel really bad about (1) yelling, and (2) sending that kid out for making fun of me. I'm worried that I'm sending the wrong message,, and I don't really know how I should come back from that next class. Any thoughts?