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    American Girl Bitty Baby will never be the same. My 9th grader is dressing up as the cauldron from MacBeth tomorrow. I'm not sure if I'm more proud of her education, or more disturbed by it right now. These are two of the items inside the cauldron. At least she promises the baby will go back to normal after tomorrow... *grin*
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    This is fantastic! Gruesome for sure, but so is the play, so I'd say it's appropriate!
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    This post is so disturbing to even me. The pictures loaded SO big. I'm trying to delete it, but apparently there isn't any way to do that. Sorry! Hopefully it will get buried by more worthy offerings soon!
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    Our American Literature students (12th grade) typically read The Scarlet Letter, Huck Finn, The Great Gatsby, The Old Man and the Sea, Walden, and quite a few short stories, including ones by Flannery O'Connor and Edgar Allan Poe. They read To Kill a Mockingbird in middle school. Our students take American History the same year they take American Literature (our History/Literature curriculum is aligned throughout grades 9-12); when I was used to teach American History, we'd sometimes have a text (like "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God") which we could discuss in both classes.