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"1. No, but sure would like to start....right after I get my grading done.
2. Tons of them want to, but school forbids them. (I think may be a mistake--why wouldn't we encourage reading, in any form? Then, why…"
"Often, the movies which are most powerful contain imagery that many parents would not consider appropriate...the eternal conundrum. Braveheart is an example.
So is my 18 yo son's absolute favorite movie: Man on Fire,…"
"Hard choices, and I cannot recommend any of these for all students, but here are a couple of my family's nominations for rich movie fare:
Les Mis with Liam Neeson
Jane Austen, Annie Dillard, Gary D. Schmidt, William Shakespeare, Charlotte Bronte, John Donne, Richard Halliburton, Charles Dickens
Tell us a bit about yourself--a brief bio
I'm intensely curious, excited about seeing kids learn to love beauty and glory, enjoying the journey of wife/mom/teacher/comrade, sad that there is never enough time to read more books or engage deeply with colleague-friends, and, finally, often tempted to chuck it all and move to a ranch in Montana.
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