Anne of Avonlea - Chapters 4 - 6: Different Opinions, A Full-Fledged Schoolma'am, All Sorts and Conditions Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 4 - 6: Different Opinions, A Full-Fledged Schoolma'am, All Sorts and Conditions Summary

Anne and her friends Jane Andrews and Gilbert Blythe nervously anticipate the beginning of the school year, as all three will be brand new teachers at area schools. Jane firmly claims she will use corporal punishment if her students misbehave. Her goals are to run an orderly classroom, teach what the school district devises, and get on the School Inspector's honor roll. Anne has more idealistic plans: she intends to win over her students with affections and bring about the very best in each individual student. She vehemently opposes physically harming her students. Gilbert, who has deep feelings for Anne but also believes corporal punishment may be necessary for particularly ill-behaved students, takes a middle road of using corporal punishment as a last...

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