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A Fly on the Wall. Looking at the past to plan for the future. A Fly on the Wall. If this fly was hanging out in our classroom every day last semester, what would he say about YOU? What did he observe about YOU last semester?. A Fly on the Wall: Quick-Write.

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a fly on the wall
A Fly on the Wall . . .

Looking at the past to plan for the future. . .

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A Fly on the Wall . . .
  • If this fly was hanging out in our classroom every day last semester, what would he say about YOU?
  • What did he observe about YOU last semester?
a fly on the wall quick write
A Fly on the Wall: Quick-Write
  • Imagine it is now the end of the spring semester.
  • What do you want our little “fly friend” to say about you in 18 weeks?
  • Our goal should always be improvement; no one is perfect; we can ALL become better.
  • How will YOU be a better YOU this semester in English?
  • Write about specific “things” this fly would have to say about you in English last semester.
  • Pretend he had a great view of your desk; what did he see and hear?
  • How would he characterize you as a student in English?