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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Teacher (10/26/06)

TITLE: We all are teachers.
By Renee McKee
11/01/06


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We as human's are teachers. We may realize it and then we may not. But if we really think about it we are teachers. I am a parent of three children and I teach my children every day. Even if I don't know it. We teach are babies how to talk, walk, dress, and eat. When they are about five or six we teach them how to wash there bodies, we teach them how to read and write. Or we send them to school to learn how to read and write but we also hlep. NO matter what we are teaching. NO, we may not be teachers that go out to a pulbic building and teach children or adults, but we are teachers. A parent is a teacher, A grandmother is a teacher, a boss is a teacher no matter who it is they are still teachers.


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Jan Ackerson 11/08/06
Good thoughts! I'd encourage you to expand them, to experiment with a more narrative style...tell a story of the way you have been a teacher, or someone else was a teacher to you.

Be careful of spelling (there) and punctuation (humans). Just a few careful edits can make a huge difference!