A Night to Forget

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A Night to Forget

 [Steps to Herbatian Methodology of Lesson Planning for an English Teacher; if you could give your valuable feedback as you go through, I would be most pleased.]

A story with an unexpected twist at the end. [If you love literature, theater of education and wanting to make an improvement upon what you think and act everyday; you will surely learn a lesson what not to be done from this story.] Albert, a police constable in the second act of the play was for the first time on stage. He was nervous and was finally seized by an attack of stage fright. His stomach became empty; he had a hollow of fear. His mouth began to dry up and when he tried to bring his lines to memory, he went blank. Read on to find out the twist in the tail.

Lesson tags: 
Advanced Placement (AP)

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January 2018
Good effort
January 2018
January 2018
accurate and easy to follow
January 2018
Good work
January 2018
Good job
December 2017
Good Effort.
December 2017
Very clear and explicit
December 2017
Very clear and helpful
December 2017
Good attempt
December 2017
Good job!
December 2017
Good job
December 2017
Good lesson plan. Very helpful one. Thanks.
December 2017
Awesome Job. Best wishes!
December 2017
Good job. Well done
December 2017
good job
December 2017
Nice work
December 2017
It's very useful to me
December 2017
very clear and undestandable
December 2017
Very helpful