"Hell hath no limits, nor is it circumscribed
In one self place. But where we are is hell,
and where hell is there must we ever be."

Mephostophilis Marlowe's The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus Act I Scene V

Again my two o'clock class was horrifyingly quiet. I mean painfully and upsettingly quiet. I don't want to give them another essay question, but really, I don't know what else to do. I ask questions. I make comments. I call on them. My other class we barely got through three pages of the reading. For the two o'clock it was all I had to stretch my comments on the essay out for the whole class. Any ideas on how to get kids engaged in a discussion about Paolo Feire's concepts of education?

Anyone? Anyone?

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