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Twentysomething, transplant to Chicago, 2nd-year-ish elementary special education low-incidence teacher in Chicago Public Schools. These posts and reblogs (often queued) are thoughts about the special education teacher and person I am growing to be.

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      I was helping my freshmen with grammar when I visited them after I had graduated and they had no idea what half of the...
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      Cool Idea! This could even work for high school.
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      Parts of Speech Perfect for my lesson..
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      I like this idea a lot. I feel like it might work better as a binder, though, that students can continually add to...
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