On https://ell.stackexchange.com/a/65018 there is a discussion about the order of prepositions. I'd like to extend on that question to cover the ordering of prepositional sentences.
As a native Portuguese speaker, I don't expect any specific ordering whatsoever. The Portuguese language has a grammatical category called "aposto" which is basically the license to put the prepositional phrase anywhere, as long as you put it between commas.
I just had a conversation with my son's 2nd grade teacher (I live in the US now) about the following sentence:
I want to, after work, play on the computer
His teacher said that this is not proper, and she corrected the sentence as:
After work I want to play on the computer
My question is: is she being excessive in this correction because she expects a specific form of writing, or is it the case that out of order prepositional phrases are not acceptable in English?