The scene or story, takes place at a poor lonely low rated school. Johnson to teach, I would totally play it like she played it with her class at school. Johnson was there for them, and that she would guide them along where ever they needed help. I can’t remember which book each one occurs in There was a boy who would wear a black t-shirt with a skull on it, and for some reason, this was criticized. Mar 19, Patricia rated it it was amazing Shelves:
Published December 1st by St. Though she never backed away from her fear and stepped in the class. I think you should read it cause you can really connect to the kids and she really gives you a lot of details. I liked Johnson’s narrative arc and the way she does move away from the idea that teachers can solve all of the problems that their students face. They were called “the class from Hell”: Trivia About Dangerous Minds. Why is it always just the white people who should feel guilty about things?
Ze is te jong om met pensioen te gaan en te gemeen om op te geven. So don’t worry about whether you’re teaching grammar.
What can I say? Published December 1st by St.
It doesn’t matter what the class is, we all teach the same things. Either way this women is amazing.
Still I enjoyed reading it. Andrea rated it liked it Jan 29, There’s a problem loading this menu right now.
Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. Feb 27, Kiera Stone rated it it was amazing. Johnson teaches them co they never thought they could learn or do. Miss Johnson was a great teacher, the kids actually learned something. Johnson took a chance by becoming a teacher at a run down, inner city school in west Los Angeles.
She also explains ;osse is happening in the story so good. Her approach to talking about this issue to her students seems inappropriate and biased. These books are very raw.
The second thing in this book that enraged me was when the two girls, Maria and Isabella, got suspended I think? All it’s going to do is let everybody go on insisting that black and Hispanic kids are ignorant and violent. These are just some reasons why I think jy should read this great book.
Though I would totally get scared like she did when she got a book thrown at her on the first day of class.
Want to Read saving…. She also designs and presents workshops in classroom management and motivation. I’m a sucker for books about teachers going into tough areas and making change. And it’s you own fault.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? It is also like me having miss Johnson has a real teacher.
“My Posse Don’t Do Homework” by LouAnne Johnson (5 star ratings)
I think this shows that there are good teachers out there, and students should give them a chance to teach and not take advantage of that opportunity. Now I am aware of the “white woman teacher goes into the ghetto so save the poor brown people from themselves” cliche and how problematic it is. And they aren’t going to give it up – to you or to me. Open Preview See a Problem?
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. She’s an ex-marine who sets out to be a HS teacher and her picture on the blurb looks nothing like Michelle Pfeiffer. Written in a series of vignettes instead of a timeline story, it shows the memorable moments of a difficult school with a rough class. She especially tries and gains trust of her students but will they or will they not?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Miss Johnson was a teacher for troubled students.