Video: Madison 6th graders’ book-inspired monologues

June 23, 2010 at 10:38 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle video | 1 Comment

Just before the school year ended, Madison Middle School reading teacher Stacia Bell e-mailed to say she was so proud of the 6th-grade reading students who had been writing and performing monologues for novels they’ve been reading as “a challenge project” for her class, she had been videotaping them and wanted to share – with families’ permission, of course. So she put together the video with a sampling of some of the monologues – a slice of life from a special project at a local school. We look forward to sharing more stories about what’s happening in West Seattle’s schools when they are back in session this fall – here’s how to reach us.

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  1. Thank you Ms. Bell for inspiring these kids to take on this challenge project and to LOVE reading!

    Comment by Madison Parent — 7:25 am June 24, 2010 #

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