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  • From: Ros MacEachern <RMC AT>
  • To: "<ictenglish AT>" <ictenglish AT>
  • Subject: Re: [ICTs in English] The Perks of Being a Wallflower
  • Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2013 03:23:58 +0000
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The film is a wonderful adaptation, as well - directed and screenplay by the author, so would be interesting to discuss choices he madeā€¦

Kind regards


Rosamund MacEachern
Head of English Faculty
Bay of Islands College

t. 09 4041055 / 021 2065360
f. 09 4041048
a. PO Box 58, Kawakawa 0243, Northland, NZ

On 30/01/2013, at 8:17 AM, Robert Everett wrote:

I had a read of this book and absolutely loved it, but felt that some of the themes might be a bit touch-and-go with the conservative types around these traps.  I would put it at Twelve if I had the courage.  I would read it with the text Submarine, Catcher in the Rye and these John Green texts (Looking for Alaska) that everyone is emailing about.  Please, if you do teach it, let me know how it went and who with.  A great book, had me choking up a few times


On 29 January 2013 18:53, Mike Nahu <mnahu AT> wrote:
Has anyone taught this novel and if so, at what level?
Mike Nahu

Robert Everett
HOD English
Wellington College
802 2520 ext 836
r.everett AT

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