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Get to know some of our seniors while discussing their reflections on the past year; as well as, some of the items they are looking forward to as they go off to college. This episode includes a new haiku, our very first animal poetry, and lastl
Jammed packed with a holiday hip-hop countdown, a new haiku, and storytime featuring Tyrone, aka Reed. Happy Holidays everyone!
Enjoy a Thanksgiving Narrative about Taylor Turkey and a special haiku from Mr. Cheatham. Fun for the whole family!
This episode has a guest appearance by the Godfather himself, Ryan Wenger. We explore Poe and his short story of "The Cask of Amontillado". Enjoy this Halloween edition of ETWTE.
Allow yourself to go back in time, and immerse yourself in the softness of willowed oaks, cool breezes, and a young boy named Doodle. "The Scarlet Ibis" is a tale about how people should be treated no matter our differences. Also, a new poem fr
Escape to a tropical island with Sangor Rainsford and his nemesis General Zaroff. This newest episode is the beginning of our short story series.
Today we use the story of Commander Frank Culbertson in his telling of 9/11 from the International Space Station in order to better understand POV. Reading is from "The Only Plane in the Sky: An Oral History of 9/11" by Garrett Graff
In this episode, we talk about returning to school and introducing Mr. Cheatham's Haiku Corner!
In this episode, we interview the great Mr. Schwab and catch up with him in all things Social Studies, life, fatherhood, and grocery pick up. Enjoy!
ETWTE Summer Edition. This episode includes our wonderful Mrs. Murfee with updates from Midlo and what I've been doing all summer. bit.ly/midlolibrary
Farewell to the Seniors with a list of items you should know upon graduation, and a performance from Mr. Davis, himself.
A super-fast run-through of the end of Act 2.
Recap of Act 1, Act 2 scenes 1-3, and we are introduced to Friar Lawrence. While listening, think about the figurative language spoken. Also, what is unique about the Friar's lines? Surprise after killer synth solo at the end.
In this podcast, it's a lightning-fast, yet poor review of Act I, and a thrown together analysis of Act II, Scenes i-iii. We also meet Friar Lawrence.
R&J Act 1, Scene 5 (Beth Morris Tribute) by Drew Davis
R&J Act I Sc. 3&4 by Drew Davis
ETWTE 4.1.2020 by Drew Davis
R&J Intro Scene 1&2 by Drew Davis
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