Sunday, April 15, 2012

Letter to Teacher

http://www.everydayteaching.com/Holiday/End_Year/LettertoTeacher.pdf

Give students plenty of time to plan their letters to you, and allow them to take them home and return them in a sealed envelope so that they can speak freely, bringing them back to school by the last day of classes. In this manner, you should receive some valuable feedback on what students liked best, and least. 



NOTE: Please click on LINK to download full printable page.
http://www.everydayteaching.com/Holiday/End_Year/LettertoTeacher.pdf

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