Three Words

I know I’ve been talking about Shakespeare a lot, but I just have to say you haven’t lived until you’ve taught Romeo and Juliet to a passel of ninth graders.

So much fun.

Juliet balcony in Verona by 2dweb on Pixabay at https://pixabay.com/en/verona-balcony-romeo-juliet-art-489001/
Juliet balcony in Verona by 2dweb on Pixabay at https://pixabay.com/en/verona-balcony-romeo-juliet-art-489001/

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  1. […] And I equally enjoyed my other classes.  I have a sneaking feeling that many of them enjoyed our time together as well. That year, I taught all freshman, so all of my classes read Romeo and Juliet, and I think that served as just about everyone’s favorite; I know it was one of my favorites.  I’ve said many times, If you haven’t taught Romeo and Juliet to a bunch of 14 and 15 year olds, you really haven’t lived. […]

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