You’re going to hear a lot about a “dialogue with literature” and a “dialogue within literature” this year. If you want to either enjoy this class or do well in it, you’ll need to grasp this concept from the beginning. Let me first define dialogue by what it is NOT..
I’m sure this is no revelation to you, but nothing happens in a vacuum. You read this not as a neutral human being who exists outside the time-space continuum, but as a senior in high school, burdened consciously and unconsciously with all the accoutrements of senior-ness: new t-shirts, obstructed view.
You will notice upon entering that you and Toto aren’t in Kansas anymore. No, a twister did not carry all the desks away; the teacher got rid of most of them himself. An elite group of students redesigned the room, creating spaces dedicated to the different kinds of tasks you.
At the beginning of the school year, I asked students to help me design the ideal classroom. It didn’t work, as evidenced by the fact that we never adopted a class pet, which was one of the seniors’ suggestions. In retrospect, that fail (First Attempt in Learning, in modern teacher-speak).
The Post a Student Wrote in the Forum: Maybe we know that there is a power of sharing ideas and in our massive egos or our attention to the expectations and conventions of the world we live in, we obstruct the purity in our thoughts? Our thoughts are ghosts that we.