About Alice TrosclairAlice has been teaching for eleven years. She currently teaches English III, English Language and Composition AP, and English Literature and Composition AP. She lives with her husband and son in south Louisiana. She also has hundreds of “adopted” children.The Importance of Feedback in Distance Learning – October 9, 2020What a Teacher Wants: One Teacher’s View – March 25, 2018Artist is Not a Dirty Word – March 18, 2018The Death of Reflection in English/Language Arts Classrooms – March 9, 2018More Than A Teacher – March 4, 2018Real Teaching Resolutions – January 5, 201723 Times I have Questioned My Sanity While Teaching – September 7, 2016Part 3: Adventures in Real Word English/Language Arts – Let Them Be Great – August 23, 2016Part 2: Adventures in Real World English/Language Arts: Making Them Care – August 4, 2016New School Year Advice from a Ten Year Teacher – August 1, 2016I adore literature. Ever since I was a little girl, I loved books (I blame Beauty and the Beast). And eighteen years later, I am teaching American Literature and British Literature, it is a dream career. Then this summer things changed. The state of Louisiana realized that not every student is going to college, and that means not every student needs to study American Literature or British Literature. While this breaks my heart, I completely understand the reasoning behind it. My principal needed someone to teach technical writing. My classes will be much smaller now that not every student is taking English III and IV so I said, “I’ll do it.”
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Alice has been teaching for eleven years. She currently teaches English III, English Language and Composition AP, and English Literature and Composition AP. She lives with her husband and son in south Louisiana. She also has hundreds of “adopted” children.
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