I will start by saying that I am still very inexperienced as an educator, I completed two different student teaching placements, a couple months of day to day subbing, and am now a long term sub. So keep that in mind as I explain my situation. The 2nd and 3rd graders in our school put on a musical today at the high school (which is right next store to the elementary school), so our school walked over in the afternoon. My class, which in general is pretty well behaved, was extremely disrespectful throughout the whole ordeal. Running/shoving in line, shouting in the hallways in the high school while classes were in session, talking/laughing during the performance, using the folding seats like a drum during the performance, and so on. We had a very long talk about being a respectful audience before we went and what my expectations were, and it was as if they ignored the whole thing. I have never felt so angry with a class before. Sure, I've been frustrated by lack of focus, or by off task behavior, etc. But today I was straight up mad (and still kind of am). Is it normal for this to happen from time to time, or is this some kind of red flag that I'm not cut out for this/don't have enough patience? I'm just worried by how upset I was with the kids; I've never felt like that before, even a little bit, and I really don't like the feeling. Any insight would be great. Thank you and I'm sorry this is so long.