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Fish in a Tree

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Haley Krikava

on 1 December 2017

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Transcript of Fish in a Tree

Keisha
Ally
Shay
Our thoughts on the book
Albert
Mr. Daniels
"Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing its stupid." -Albert Einstein

"Great minds don't think alike."
-Lynda Hunt
Inspiration to be a teacher
Personal Connection
Learning Disabilities
Relatable Characters
Themes
Identity Crisis
Very Intelligent
Bully Victim
Brave
Kind
Long term substitute in Ally's class
Strives to make all students feel like they belong
Helps Ally with her learning disability
Ally observes that, "he actually seems to like that we're different."
Hopeless in the beginning
Ridiculed by classmates
Describes her reading experience "...like when I drop something and my fingers scramble to catch it and just when I think I've got it, I don't."
Enjoys drawing
Grit and determination
Class bully
Strict mother
"mean girl"
Clique leader
Belittles other students
Friendly
Feisty
Loves to bake
Protective of Ally and Albert
Friendship
Personal Identity
Believing in Yourself
Summary
Ally Nickerson
6th Grade classroom
Ally's Dyslexia
Elementary School Friendship
English 117W
Fall 2017
Alberto Lopez, Claudia Gutierrez, Haley Krikava, Jonathan Almanza, Saul Anguiano

http://geon.github.io/programming/2016/03/03/dsxyliea
Activity
Use your non-dominant hand to write your first and last name, beginning with the last letter of your last name and ending with the first letter of your first name.
Example:
Sam Smith
htimS maS
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