Officer Q & A Session in Mrs. Moré’s Language Arts Class

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On November 14, Officer Raheem Thomas paid a visit to Mrs. Moré’s 7th Grade Language Arts class to aid in the understanding of a class novel.  The 7th graders were reading Joan Lowry Nixon’s The Other Side of Dark, which is a mystery novel involving a young girl who is searching for her mother’s killer.  The book includes extensive use of police ‘lingo’ as well as detailed police investigation.  The students were able to ask Officer Thomas questions about police work and the process for investigating crimes in order to better understand the novel.  At the end of the session, students analyzed the accuracy of the Nixon’s writing.

Thanks, Officer Thomas!

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