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The Teacher : A Cautionary Tale

By Wilson, Megan, J.

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Book Id: WPLBN0003437345
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Reproduction Date: 5/03/2014

Title: The Teacher : A Cautionary Tale  
Author: Wilson, Megan, J.
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Education, Preventing School Violence
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Publisher: Self-Published
Member Page: Meg Wilson


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This is a book about school violence on the surface and about love on a deeper level. It is written for an audience of mature adolescents and adults, particularly those who are involved in some way with Education. This is a painful and controversial view of teaching in modern America that combines poetry, Journaling, and reporting to reveal a plot that quickly builds to an explosive end.

A compelling and controversial glance at a single school year in which something goes drastically wrong, this book is a fast-moving narrative written in an experimental style that combines poetry, journaling, and reporting to reveal a plot that builds to an explosive end. An exploration of the consequences of one teacher's tragic mistake, this book asks the reader to consider the lessons the primary narrator didn't learn.

Crack. Pop. Pop. Pop. Silence. The teacher looks up from her computer, a permanent scowl etched into the lines and creases of her skin. Faces staring back at her: confusion curiosity a little bit of unease, but no one is really scared yet. The room is too silent and someone laughs, a short stream of uncomfortable sound. “What was that?” a girl asks. The teacher shrugs

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