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Marsha Warren 1 Marsha Warren Julie Root Soc312 Martha McFarland January 25, 2011
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Marsha Warren 2 Marsha Warren Marsha Warren is a teacher that is overwhelmed by the problems created by her class, which includes eight students who have unique home and personal situations that are effecting their schooling. The reason why her class is falling apart is that she has two boys that are not paying attention to the book and are glaring at each other. One claims that he’s not and that he is looking at the book. Marsha tells them to just stop and to look at their book. She then tells Angela to continue to read. Marsha has a small reading group set up with eight of her slowest readers in class to help them to read better. While the rest of her students worked out of work books. Tension was starting to creep into her voice as she addressed all the students in her reading group, she then said to them that we are distracting the other children and then she asked them do we need to discuss rule 3 again. Then she told them all to pull out the
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