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Former KHS teacher earns recognition as one of the best

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Elizabeth Brooke, who taught at Kennedale High School for 15 years, left Kennedale to teach for? Fort Worth ISD at I.M. Terrell Academy. For her, a Fort Worth native, it was returning home. {{more: continue …}}
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This year she has been named one of the 2019 Class of Fort Worth’s Top Teachers by Tanglewood Moms. The teachers represented schools from across the city of Fort Worth including both private and public schools.
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The article written by William Wise?can be seen in its entirety at TangleMoms.com/madeworthy and where you can see the complete list of teachers.? The following is the introduction and what was included about Elizabeth Brooke.
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Fort Worth’s Top Teachers of 2019
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“Last year, we asked the readers of Madeworthy and Tanglewood Moms to nominate the teachers who have made a difference in their children?s lives.
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We were amazed at the love this request unleashed. There were so many teachers nominated that we decided on the spot to make this an annual article. So without further ado, we would like to introduce the 2019 class of Fort Worth?s Top Teachers!
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Elisabeth Brooke teaches 9th grade Humanities at I.M. Terrell Academy and embarked upon her teaching career while graduate student at Ole Miss. ?I loved working with students who are at the precipice of becoming who they will be when they grow up.?
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Her favorite teachers were her English teachers at Paschal High School. ?It?s a three-way tie between Sue Smith, Bob Reed, and Mary Perry? Each of them helped me to find my voice as a writer and gave me what I needed (skills, knowledge, and confidence) to excel at the next level.?
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On her teaching style, Brooke says, ?I like to let the content lead. I?m there to facilitate the discussion and the learning? I.M. Terrell has the greatest students, and I am privileged to teach them.?
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