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Darlene Crete, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, conducts her morning class where the students hold a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.

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Lexey Swall/Staff Darlene Crete, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, conducts her morning class where the students hold a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.

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Darlene Crete, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, conducts her morning class where the students hold a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.
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Darlene Crete, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, conducts her morning class where the students hold a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.
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Darlene Crete, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, conducts her morning class where the students hold a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.
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Darlene Crete, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, talks to a student outside of her classroom Thursday morning. On this day Crete's students held a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.
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Darlene Crete, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, conducts her morning class where the students hold a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.
  • Lexey Swall/Staff
Darlene Crete, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, conducts her morning class where the students hold a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.
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Darlene Crete, second from left, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, talks to tenth-graders Sarah Artela, left, and Logan Tarr, center, as they convene about a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.
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Darlene Crete, second from left, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, talks to tenth-grader Logan Tarr, center, as they convene about a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.
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Darlene Crete, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, conducts her morning class where the students hold a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.
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Darlene Crete, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, conducts her morning class where the students hold a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.
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Darlene Crete, second from right, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, conducts her morning class where the students hold a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.
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Darlene Crete, standing in the background, the intensive reading teacher Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, conducts her morning class where the students hold a mock trial based on the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Crete said the exercise - where students perform roles as judge, jury members, attorneys and a defendant -disseminates the story and promotes the use of persuasion, argumentative reasoning and critical thinking. Crete is one of six Collier County teachers who were awarded the Golden Apple.

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