Parting Words: Goods News, Bad News

Odeneal, Jamie
September 2005
Multicultural Review;Fall2005, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p124
Academic Journal
Presents the author's views on the phrase "good news, bad news" in reference to her personal experiences since her childhood. Report that the author and her family used to share their "good news, bad news" at dinner; Decision of the author to try the "good news, bad news" activity with her high school students; View of the high school students on the "good news, bad news" activity.


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