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  1. #1
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    Your Grade 2 class

    You are a teacher and will be teaching a Grade 2 class next year. You've just recieved the list of names for your class. The initials are here, you can come up with the full names. The type of area you teach in will determine what kind of names there will be. For example, are there lots of trendy, mis-spelled names? Are there a predominant amount of classic, vintage names? Do you work in a multi-cultural area? Is there a dominant culture in the class?

    When you see the list of names, what are your initial reflections? You've never met any of these kids before, but are you starting to form impressions already just based on the names?

    Girls:
    1. JVE
    2. OMS
    3. SML
    4. CPS
    5. APR
    6. GIH
    7. AJN
    8. RGL
    9. EWG
    10. LDW
    11. FBO
    12. JLT

    Boys:
    1. SDP
    2. MTM
    3. KEL
    4. HCE
    5. RLQ
    6. ZJI
    7. DBE
    8. WVS
    9. ACD
    10. PSR
    11. LBF
    Boys: Raphael, Daniel, Luca, Thomas, Casimir, Augustine, Leo, Nicholas, William, Tarquin, Alexander, Tristan, Ezekiel, Matthias, Reuben, Diarmid, Micah

    Girls: Sophia, Emily, Cassandra, Lily, Natasha, Charlotte, Alessandra, Genevieve, Juliet, Isadora, Lydia, Susannah, Ophelia, Zoe, Elizabeth, Rosalie

  2. #3
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    Re: Your Grade 2 class

    * James * Henry * Baker * Ronan * Harry * Rhys * Shepard *
    * Maisie * Beatrice * Sadie * Violet * Zoey * Mary * Caroline * Matilda *

  3. #5
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    Re: Your Grade 2 class

    You are a teacher and will be teaching a Grade 2 class next year. You've just recieved the list of names for your class. The initials are here, you can come up with the full names. The type of area you teach in will determine what kind of names there will be. For example, are there lots of trendy, mis-spelled names? Are there a predominant amount of classic, vintage names? Do you work in a multi-cultural area? Is there a dominant culture in the class?

    When you see the list of names, what are your initial reflections? You've never met any of these kids before, but are you starting to form impressions already just based on the names?

    Girls:
    1. Jordan Valerie Evanchuck
    2. Olivia Madison Shackles
    3. Sarah Marie Libberton
    4. Chloe Paige Sagadin
    5. Anna Penelope Ruddiman
    6. Grace Isabella Hoffman
    7. Abigail Jane Nichols
    8. Rebekah Gillian Lewis
    9. Elizabeth Wynne Gunther
    10. Lydia Danielle Walker
    11. Faith Bridget Olson
    12. Jessica Louise Talbot

    Boys:
    1. Seth Daniel Pike
    2. Matthew Thomas Murray
    3. Kevin Edward Lacy
    4. Hunter Charles Epling
    5. Ryan Lucas Quinn
    6. Zachary Jonathan Inglehart
    7. David Benjamin Etgen
    8. William Vincent Sloan
    9. Andrew Colin Dube
    10. Peter Samuel Ryll
    11. Levi Brandon Frankenberger

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  5. #9
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    Re: Your Grade 2 class

    Sloane Thora Eunice, November 1, 2010, Greer Hattie Aurelia, February 29, 2012 and Rhys Colin Albert, May 9, 2013.

    Sister to Imogen, Poppy and Jasper



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