There is not just one way. One way to see, read, view.
One of the goals of teaching and learning is to help each other identify different ways of viewing the world around us, developing our skills of critical thinking and being able to share ideas in a meaningful, clear and relevant way.
As a researcher who has immersed herself in the classroom this semester, I am acutely aware that there is more than one way to see, read and view.
The English classroom is a special place. We discuss big issues, heart issues, personal issues. This term it has been about growing up, racism, discrimination, self discovery.
As the academic year draws to an end and I farewell students I hope they can see things at least three ways. How about you?