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I am teaching Coraline right now with my 7th graders. We are going to see the movie as a field trip on Friday 13th... Anyone else crazy enough to take 250 7th graders to the movies???
 
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Do you have to bring them back?





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Something tells me you meant to write '25', 10x that would be some classroom Smile Anyway, that's great you're doing that!
 
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unless she's taking all of her 7th grade english students...that's more than one class.

i'd do it, though. i'm assuming you wouldn't be taking them by your onesies, of course, so yeah! it'd be a good exercise in understanding setting and staging. Smile


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I love that you are teaching Coraline1 I haven't taken kids to the cinema since my S2 class thats 12/13 year olds in Scotland started a fight with complete strangers in the row in front and I had to remove them...never been so embarrassed in my entire life...I then had to take tham back to school on public transport....fabulous! Anyway if your kids read then they are off to a better start than half the kids that I am desperately trying to inspire in Art and Design xx
 
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All I can say is that your students are lucky to have such a dedicated teacher like yourself, it means soo much for their education. You remember of one of my beloved teachers, that person changed my life and had a big role in what I became today. I just got my masters in criminal justice, it's a goal I had for such a long time and now I am finally here. I couldn't do it without the support and directions of my teachers.
 
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I really appreciate your hard work.I think your student also appreciate you.
 
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This one is really active!


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