How to create a monster classroom
French teacher, Anne-Marie, is creating monsters on the go with her French class.
Anne- Marie, a French teacher and researcher, teaches at the Ecole Nationale de l’Institut de lumière de Paris (ENIP), where she works with a small team of students.
We spoke with her about her teaching style, teaching monsters, and what she loves most about her job.
How did you get into teaching?
My passion for monsters started in elementary school.
At the time, my mother was teaching in a rural school in northern France.
She was the first teacher in her class to have a full-time job.
I remember sitting in the classroom as my mother took notes and then handing the notes to me.
My mother was always encouraging me to make monsters, to make her happy, and I began to make my own monsters in my own imagination.
The monsters I made then were inspired by real monsters I saw on the television and books.
My teacher loved it, so she made more of them.
What’s your favorite part of your job?
The teaching experience is what really sets me apart from most other teachers.
The students are my priority, so I spend most of my time with them, learning how to do their lessons.
They’re always looking for ways to improve their learning and they’re very interested in learning more about the world around them.
It’s also really fun to share my ideas and learn about the history and geography of France.
What was your favorite monster in the first book?
I love the monster that goes “hmm”.
It’s the first time I’ve seen a monster on my own desk and I love it.
I love that I can create anything I want on my desk and have the students come up with the most fun ideas.
There are many different monsters that I love to make.
For example, I like the giant squid that I use in the Monster Manual.
I like monsters that have wings, like the blue monster.
I’ve also made a couple of monsters that look like frogs.
How did you find your inspiration for making monsters?
When I was a child, I loved playing with my parents’ dolls.
I’d go to the bathroom and make monsters for my little brother, and my mom would make monsters.
My dad is a monster maker, so he helped me with that.
What is your favorite type of monster?
I’m very interested when my students make the monsters, but I also love to create my own!
I’ve always had a fascination with monsters and monsters and magic, and when I get inspired by something I like, I’ll make it myself.
What advice do you have for teachers who want to teach monsters?
I think the best way to teach is by teaching by yourself.
When you teach by yourself, you’re always learning by yourself and there’s no help.
The best thing to do is ask your students what they want to learn and they’ll try to do it.
If they don’t like what they hear, ask them why and you’ll see where they go with their ideas.
You can always come back and ask them questions later on and help them learn by teaching through a monster.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever gotten from a monster teacher?
I’ve heard a lot of good advice from monsters, so if they have any questions about monsters, please leave a comment on this blog post.
I want to hear about the best monster-making methods and techniques and I hope they help me.