I'd Like to Apologize to Every Teacher I Ever Had: My Year as a Rookie Teacher at Northeast High - Chapter Four: The Half-Sandwich Club Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Four: The Half-Sandwich Club Summary and Analysis

Tony tells his students that they are going to study myths. Monte is the only one who can accurately define myths as stories of supernatural gods and goddesses and their origins. The class will study how civilizations worshiped the sun and stars. Tony wants the kids to understand what a myth is and then write one of their own. To get his point across, Tony had written his own myth in rap. The kids laugh and clap along as Tony performs. The next day, many of the kids come up with very creative original myths.

The next day, the discussion segues over to heroes. The kids offer their personal ideas of heroes - some are their older siblings who have gone off to war in Afghanistan or Iraq. Some heroes are quite appropriately...

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