Interview with Mrs Kuttanna

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Interview with Mrs Kuttanna

Margaux Deveze, Reporter

Interviews are ways to get to know people, in this interview, we talk with Mrs.Kuttanna, Language Arts teacher.

Canyon Echoes Reporter : Can you introduce yourself?

Mrs Kuttanna : Hi my name is Mrs. Kuttanna and this is my 2nd year teaching at Canyon Vista.

Canyon Echoes Reporter : For how long have you been teaching?

Mrs Kuttanna : I have been teaching for 4 years.

Canyon Echoes Reporter : Have you ever taught something else than Language art ?

Mrs. Kuttanna : I have taught math intervention for 6, 7, 8th grade, and ESL ( English Second Language ).

Canyon Echoes Reporter : When did you realize you wanted to be a teacher ?

Mrs Kuttanna : My mother was a teacher and always told me that I should be one too. And when my daughter arrived in Middle School I decided to give it a tried and I realized that I loved teaching middle schoolers.

Canyon Echoes Reporter : Why did you want to be a teacher ?

Mrs Kuttanna : Teaching is the base of everything. I want to give good inflence to my students and help them suceed. I also love it because it is rewarding to me.

Canyon Echoes Reporter : Is there something in particular you would like to do with your Language Art classes? Field trips, projects?

Mrs. Kuttanna : I would love to do more Makerspace because students come up with so many different creative projects.

Canyon Echoes Reporter : How would you describe yourself with three adjectives, as a  teacher ?

Mrs Kuttanna : Easy going, nice, and approachable.

Canyon Echoes Reporter : What are your favorite books ?

Mrs Kuttanna : Wonder, and My 13th Winter

Canyon Echoes Reporter : What are certain author’s you would recommend to your students?

Mrs Kuttanna : Agatha Christie, Arthur Conan Doyle, Roald Dahl, and Alfred Hitchcock

Canyon Echoes Reporter : Can you tell us what you are hoping to do as a Language Arts teacher?

Mrs Kuttanna : I want to help students to read more and enjoy it also help them to write more often. Most students need to let their ideas flow.

Thanks to Mrs.Kuttanna for taking the time to do an interview with us!