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Whipping It Up In C-3

Mrs. Anna Phares
Woodrow Wilson High School’s English 9 creates a cookbook for class project.

Mrs. Anna Phares, English Teacher at Woodrow Wilson High School, recently had students write favored recipes to be featured in a class cookbook. Originally inspired by the lack of technical writing included in the curriculum, Phares quickly saw the opportunity for students to not only practice the writing style but to include different cultures in the classroom. “We don’t often discuss technical writing skills in class. The assignment served as a good practice and had some culture to it. Everyone eats, so it’s something we can all relate to.” Throughout the years, Phares has completed many in-class projects that have been distributed among members of the community. Most students chose to submit desserts for the assignment. “We had some really interesting dishes, including an Ethiopian dish.” The cookbook itself will be available to the public through a link. Roughly 100 recipes will be featured including breads, appetizers, desserts, main dishes, and sides.


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