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English teacher a master of her domain

Janet Fleske

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Larned High School English teacher Janet Fleske practices what she preaches.
At the same time she challenges her junior English students to “Do Hard Things,” her typical day is a swirling mix of teaching, planning a future drama production or taking photographs for a myriad of activities.  
Her idea to challenge junior students developed from the book, “Do Hard Things,” by Alex and Brett Harris; and adapted from a writing project by her son, Mark Fleske, who teaches English at Andover Central High School.
Fleske said the state of Kansas requires four types of writing — argumentative, traditional research, literary analysis ...

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