I'd Like to Apologize to Every Teacher I Ever Had: My Year as a Rookie Teacher at Northeast High - Chapter Six: Never Smile Before Christmas Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six: Never Smile Before Christmas Summary and Analysis

Tony takes on the challenge of teaching Shakespeare. The students all make artistic creations that represent some element of Shakespeare. Ultimately, he wants them to rephrase Julius Caesar in their own words. The first quiz shows that the kids are understanding and retaining the story. On the day of the first quiz, Howard is late to class and as it turns out Matt texted the answers to him. Tony confronts Howard and Matt who both deny it. Tony intends to make all the kids turn off their cells in class from then on.

Gwen is having problems at home. Her father lost his job and her mother has to work two shifts. Tony tells her that when his show was canceled he lost his job and was unemployed. He tells her...

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