Comparison Of Boston Massacre And The Boston Tea Party

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Watching oneself teach is a unique experience. While teaching I am unaware of my vocal tone, nervous habits, and rends of questioning or information transmission. However, when my lesson is put on tape, every moment is preserved in all their glory or infamy. During my first student teaching placement, I recorded myself teaching on the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party. This tape revealed positive teaching strategies and room for improvement. The lesson I taped is one of my favorites from student teaching. I used modern language to compare the events in Boston before the revolution to the modern political and social climate. There were many things that worked well as I observed the lesson. Most of the students were engaged with the

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