Release Date : 12 Jul 2013
Genre/Category : Comedy
Director : Dennis Dugan
Starring : Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade
Runtime : 101 Min
Synopsis : After moving his family back to his hometown to be with his friends and their kids, Lenny finds out that between old bullies, new bullies, schizo bus drivers, drunk cops on skis, and 400 costumed party crashers sometimes crazy follows you.
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Today was an “I need caffeine to function" kind of day. So, I stopped by Starbucks to pick up a chai. After I ordered I heard from the back, “she is not paying for that!" A student who graduated about four years ago smiled at my look of confusion. This young woman was never in a class of mine, but I talked to her. She would stop by my class with friends and I would offer a hello or I would see her in the hall and I would ask her how her day was going. She was not always a model student and she was often involved in everyday high school drama, but the thing that stands out the most to me is the fact that she always answered my questions about her day genuinely.
It was nice to see her and a free drink was a fun way to start my day, but what I really took away from my Starbucks run this morning is that teachers truly affect students. And not just our own, but any student we come in contact with. We can be the element that brightens their day or the cloud hanging over their already difficult adolescence. And we are remembered after they leave the school building.
My students were working in groups on a vocabulary review and one group was much quieter than all of the others. It was a competition (created by a student group) so they were at a severe disadvantage. I grabbed an egg shaker and handed it to one of the girls in the group. This allowed them to be heard without feeling as awkward about being loud. It worked really well. I am thinking about adopting the idea every time there is group based competition in the classroom.
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Note: behind the shaker is a stack of books I will be using for a Shakespeare adaptation unit.“5. A Monologue: What might a major or minor character want to say? How might they say it? Students can take this in many directions. Again, this is another way for a student to communicate how she understands a character, as well as to practice speaking skills.” "Beyond the Book Report: Ten Alternatives"
We never discussed the idea of whether it was going to be a comedic tone or a dramatic tone. It was all about being a real tone. … If you have two characters that have no filter and are going to have a discussion about the medicines that they take, chances are, comedy could, you know, be a byproduct. And that … occurred when Tiffany Maxwell and Pat Solitano have that discussion around the dining room table about Klonopin and trazodone and all of the various drugs that they take.