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This week’s resources have been about reading. It’s my favorite thing to do and I make sure my students know that. They can tell you, “Ms. Moore’s favorite thing to do is read.” I honestly wish I could read with them during their independent reading time. After reading about Rafe Esquith and watching the video about Ron Clark, I believe I have similarities to both. At first, I thought I couldn’t relate to Esquith especially when he said hiswife called him “eccentric.” (2007) But as I read his story, I related to him more than I thought. InEsquith’s excerpt from Teach Like Your Hair’s on Fire, he states how, “he fails as a teacher, questioned was teaching worth it, and the feeling of tiredness and frustration.” (2007) That was relevant to me in so many ways. However, the most relevant thing that spoke to me is when oneof his students’ experiment was going wrong. The student almost cried and in that instant, all he was worried about was her feelings. I’m the same way with my students. I continue to teach, no