Teacher cleverly uses pop culture to reach students

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Coordinated dances come and go. Millennials started ‘cranking that Soulja Boy’ back in 2007 and now, kids are ‘hitting the Quan.’

Many teachers write off the dances as a mindless interaction between kids and their music.

But one teacher has decided to use pop culture to get a leg up.

Instead of dancing with the kids or scolding them for being distracted, this teacher is using the Quan in a different way… as a method for answering questions.

Q – Read the entire (whole) Question
U – Underline important words or phrases
A – Answer the question
N – Note evidence from the text to prove your answers

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“Creativity FTW (for the win)! Bet all of this teacher’s kids know how to hit the QUAN too.”

The picture of the teacher’s poster was uploaded to Facebook on Dec. 1 and has been shared nearly 49,000 times.

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