Teach better tomorrow via a Tweet

Serendipity.

It just so happened that I was planning tomorrow’s lesson on the first two chapters of Lord of the Flies

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when I came across this tweet:

I chose the following EQ:

“How do you differentiate between the ‘good guys’ and the ‘bad guys’?

After a ‘quick write’, we came up with a few ideas.  e all admitted we were stereotypingIMG_0235.

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