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- WGBH Educational Foundation 1
- Hinsdale Central High School 50
- Literacy First 7
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Our mother Margaret just before her 82 birthday, talking about picking cotton and the importance of kindness
In this recording, mother and daughter discuss the characters and important symbols in the novel “The Sun Also Rises.”
In this recording, mother and daughter discuss the lessons Austen conveys in “Pride and Prejudice” and how they fit into today’s society.
In this recording, father and daughter discuss the themes and lessons found in the novel Atlas Shrugged.
We discussed Dionisia’s journey with reading and how she started her journey at a very young age.
In this recording, mother and daughter discuss standout characters and themes in this thought-provoking novel.
My sister and I talk about how the themes of Handmaid’s Tale relate to society today and the different messages Atwood was trying to send via her story.
In this recording, high schooler Ethan Harrast interviews his college student sister to clear up some questions about the plot of Handmaid’s Tale and how the dystopian novel relates to today and tomorrow’s world.
In this interview, Nishant and Matt discuss Pride and Prejudice and many aspects of it from themes to characters. We discuss our major takeaways from the novel and what made it a good read.
Lesley has been a Waldorf classroom teacher, but her most notable accomplishment at WSNO is our beloved library, which she built from nothing. Find out how she did it.
In this interview, I interview my grandmother Betty Savage in Raleigh, North Carolina, on November 24, 2017. Betty reflects on her childhood, family, accomplishments, aspirations, hobbies, and lessons she's learned over the years. She discusses her grandmother, cousins, mother, father,...
In this recording, brother and sister discuss about F. Scott Fitzgerald's book and some of the lessons or messages he is trying to convey through this novel.
Happiest memory, when we first met, your advice to my high school students.
In this recording Evan and Esha discuss What Vonnegut is trying to portray through slaughterhouse-five
Friends Greg Adams (59) and Elizabeth "Beth" Storm Rule (47) talk about grief, the fragility of life, and their work caring for patients and families at Arkansas Children's Hospital. They reflect on the passing of Beth's husband and the impact...
This interview was a discussion with my mom about reading and young learners. She is a middle school counselor as well so she has an education perspective.
During this interview, Melissa Zinnecker explains how her reading life has changed from her childhood until now. Through her family influences, schooling, and career, Melissa has found reading as a very valuable thing in her life to maintain. Reading has...
An interview regarding the importance of various works of literary fiction on the life of a high school student.
Shawn Carlson (54) has a conversation with his friend and coworker Jill Fuller (33) about growing up, going to college and graduate school, and what their interests are outside of work.
Oldest daughter asks her mother about her Alabama roots, marrying a Lebanese, converting to Orthodox Christianity, knitting, cooking Whole Foods, reading and grandchildren.
One Small Step partners Kathleen "Kathy" Bray (74) and Louise Feinberg (79) talk about their experiences as teachers, their children and grandchildren, and the impact that serious injuries have had on their lives.