a punishment worksheet for bad grades
Are you a disciplinarian using corporal punishment on your adult student when he gets bad grades? Consider using our spanking calculator worksheet to determine a punishment and to keep a record of it. The sheet works like this:
Step 1: The Grade
Before meeting with his disciplinarian, the student fills in the very top of the sheet with his name, the date, the grade he got and the class he got it in. He also writes down a few notes that why he got that particular grade—both what he did wrong and what he did well.
Note that for every grade the student fills out a separate punishment calculator worksheet.
Step 2: The Talk
The disciplinarian then meets with the student to learn what grades he got and to administer any needed punishment. She begins by taking the filled-out grade sheet(s) and arranging them in order from best grade to worst.
Now it is time to talk over the first grade. Depending on what it is, the disciplinarian decides what condition the student will be in during their talk. Typically, if the grade is an A then the talk can happen while the student is clothed and seated comfortably. If the grade is such that the disciplinarian feels some initial humiliation is in order, the student might be forced to strip, to his underwear or completely naked. Maybe he should be made to stand in front of his disciplinarian and/or keep his heads behind his head.
If the grade is especially bad—or if the disciplinarian feels that extra motivation is required for the student to pay attention—a “concentration aid” can be given to the student. We’ve suggested forcing the student to maintain eye contact during the talk, attaching clothes pins to his balls, inserting a butt plug and/or making a punishment stool with a prickly mat for the student to sit on bare-bottomed.
Disciplinarians, remember to fully discuss why the student got his grade. No matter how good the grade, there are things a student could do better. No matter how bad the grade, there’s likely at least one thing he did well. You’ll need to know why the grade is, not just what the grade is, to move on to the next step.
Step 3: The Punishment
By this point, the disciplinarian should have a sense of how much of a spanking (if any) the student needs. The spanking might be with a variety of implements. It might be given over clothes, over underwear only, with your student completely nude or even directly on the anus. In addition you might administer a penis spanking and/or some non-spanking punishments like an enema or forcing your student to politely ask for his spanking every time you change implements.
We’ve added some blank lines to the sheet so disciplinarians can write in their own implements and non-spanking punishments.
After the spanking is finished, the disciplinarian signs the sheet indicating that the punishment has been administered in full. (Some disciplinarians might want to have the student sign too.) Then she can make a copy of it so both she and the student can keep one for their records. Next semester, the old punishment worksheets can be pulled out and used to see if the grades are getting better or worse, and whether previous punishments worked or need to be made more severe.
If there are other grade worksheets to discuss, the disciplinarian can now find the one with the next highest grade and start over with Step 2.
Obviously, this punishment sheet is intended for male students. We’ll be punishing a separate one for females later.
What if you are a student without a disciplinarian?
Obviously, you should try to find one. There are lots of sites that can help. (Consider trying Alt.com).
If you like, feel free to leave a comment with your grade(s) and the reason you got them. We’ll give our estimation of what your punishment should calculate out as. You can then bring that to your disciplinarian once you find one.