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Kat Sharnoff

Reading in CI Classes

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2 thoughts on “Reading in CI Classes”

  1. Emeka Debyser

    “How can we communicate with each other unless we want to?” –Ben Slavic

    Yes! I love this quote and it will be key to creating my classroom community after a year and a half of virtual teaching in my French classroom! I’m nervous to get back in the fall, but very excited to sit with my students in a circle and talk.

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