Couldn't Keep it to Ourselves - Wally Lamb
1. What role did Wally Lamb have in the production of this book?
2. How old was Wally Lamb when he knew he wanted to teach?
3. How old was Wally when he got his first teaching job?
4. What subject did Wally teach in his first teaching job?
5. What name did Wally have for especially difficult students?
(a) Walking wounded.
(d) Speed traps.
6. What was the name of the institution where Wally went to teach writing in 1999?
(a) York Correctional Institution.
(b) Duke Behavioral Institute.
(c) Norwalk Correctional Institution.
(d) Yarmouth Detention Center.
7. In what state was the institution in #6 located?
(c) New York.
8. Who was Marge Cohen?
(a) Prison school librarian.
(b) University president.
(c) Wally's wife.
(d) Newspaper editor.
9. Why has Wally been asked to come teach at the facility in #6?
(a) To inspire the women to use writing as a tool for coping.
(b) To help the women get their GEDs.
(c) To get the women acclimated to civilian life.
(d) To help the women write better letters in their appeals processes.
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