By Teachers, For Teachers
Teaching Motto: Anything is possible.
Ms. Marggi, my 10th grade English teacher. She was amazing! Ms. Marggi introduced me to Shakespeare and how to interpret his writing. She made me realize how important great teachers are to education!
Every teacher should own art supplies, an extensive library, and a journal.
Dr. Seuss would make an excellent principal. Reading and writing would be the top priority while maintaining a level of creativity with learning.
I would like to try being an actress. My students tell me all the time I have a million facial expressions and I am entertaining.
My favorite lessons incorporate art with reading analysis. Hands-on activities are the best way for students to show their understanding of literary themes and concepts.
The greatest misconception is that anyone can become a teacher. This is not true. If you do not have the students' best interest at heart, then you will be a terrible teacher.
We love having the summer off.
I knew I wanted to be a teacher when I was helping all of my peers in high school interpret Shakespearean literature. I loved explaining literature and having conversations about various meanings of text.
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