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The Election, Our Schools, And The Power Of Words

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I enjoyed this post. Over the years as I found my personal 128teaching forte inside junior and senior level high school classes, I taught myself in the use of "structured controversy." It was the best way into the introduction of new lessons, and always guaranteed the largest student involvement/interest.

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