Magazine article AMLE Magazine

Student Voice

Magazine article AMLE Magazine

Student Voice

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Young adolescents-evolving, developing, blossoming, taking risks, pulling back, doubting themselves, growing into themselves-on the path to who they will be.

Here's how Larry Sandomir's students at The Calhoun School in New York expressed themselves as they learned about the events leading up to, during, and after the Holocaust. (Larry shares more about his students' thoughts starting on page 24 of this issue.)

Proud of your students' work? Of course you are! Share it with middle level colleagues through AMLE's Student Voice. Visit www.amle.org/studentvoice for more information and to submit online.

We Remember

...We remember the sounds

Of those losing their breath

From the chemicals of

The new age...

A Thought While Reading The Book Thief

A beautiful thing about this book is its ability to

invade my thoughts. I constantly think about it,

applying Liesel's circumstances to my situations...

A Poem/Letter to the Universe and Words

...Without them, the Fuhrer was nothing

No limping prisoners

No wordy tricks to make us feel better. …

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