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December 19, 2014

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anatomy of a lesson

Using phonics, robots, and Shakira, a Summer Quest teacher keeps fourth-grade minds active

Class doesn’t officially start for another five minutes, but by 8:40 on Thursday morning, Natalie Molina is collecting homework from her students and describing the subjects they’ll cover over the next few hours: phonics, reading, writing, and math. It’s an ambitious plan for the peak of summer vacation, but Molina’s students don’t complain; instead, they grab their notebooks and pencils to begin their fourth day of Summer Quest.

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