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Alexandria Spurrier
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Sat Jun 20, 2015 23:26
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I really liked your lesson this week! Our group actually had a similar case with 2 kids working together to make a story! I loved how you appealed to their interests and made it relatable. I also thought it was important that they understand how to see through the eyes of another person and be able to so describe someone else's point of view. Great job this week guys!

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