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Student Closure Activity: 8 Simple Questions to Finish the School Year

8 Simple Questions to Finish Out the School Year

Student can grow so much--mentally, emotionally and physically--over the course of the school year. It's important not only to acknowledge their growth, but to help them realize it as well. Columnist Bernadette Noll presented a ritual that teachers, with eight simple questions, can use to inspire their students about the past year--and what's to come.

In the Huffington Post, Noll, a teacher, described the experience of stumbling upon a few photos from the beginning of the school year. 

"Seriously? That much physical change has occurred in all of my (not so) little people? Faces went from kid to teen. Bodies stretched out a few inches. Hair grew. Shapes shifted. And that's just their external selves," she said. "On every level -- physical, mental and emotional -- the expansion, if laid out in graph form, would be off the charts."

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Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

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