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. . . Nice job on the individual reading you just did about Sukkot. Now turn to a partner and talk for 2 minutes about a time you were a guest in somebody's Sukkah and what you liked about it. Then we're going to have students share their experiences, those who want to.
Hey! You just broke my lipstick eraser! I loved it! (Crying)
(Whispering) No! I told my mom . . . mumble mumble . . . are you coming over for a sleepover again this weekend? Hey, can I use your eraser? (takes it)
Amalia and Alana! Alana, what happened? Amalia, I hear some comments that don't have to do with Sukkot. What is going on here? Amalia, can I speak with you outside?
Amalia, how are you doing? Can you tell me about what happened there from your perspective? Alana says you broke her eraser.
Alana and I had a sleepover last night and now she won't talk to me. I don't know what's going on.
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