I'd Like to Apologize to Every Teacher I Ever Had: My Year as a Rookie Teacher at Northeast High - Chapter Seven: Field Tripping Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Seven: Field Tripping Summary and Analysis

After Christmas break, the class is sluggish. Tony requires them to write a short story using specific vocabulary words. Everyone in class has different learning capacities. Several have been identified with learning disabilities. Those students can get extra help from the school's Resource Center. The challenge for the teacher is to keep a balance, accommodate the gifted kids and those with learning problems.

The class has less than two weeks to rehearse for a student variety show that the kids dubbed, "Extravadanza." The kids want to use some of the money from ticket sales to help the hurricane victims in Haiti. The kids also organize a separate donation campaign. Tony promises to match the funds that they collect. The show is a great success and the kids collect $400 which Tony matches. To reward his class...

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