Amidon Planet Podcast: E011 Identify your Tribes with Drew Hall

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How do you define yourself? What tribes are you in?

The featured book for this episode of the Amidon Planet Podcast is The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie, which is the first time a novel has been featured in the podcast. The inspiration for this episode came from a former student, Drew Hall, who I observed teaching from this text in his classroom. This book explores culture, adolescence, alcoholism, death…some heavy topics, but in a way that is approachable for young adults. I was a pleasure talking through the categories with Drew and I am glad to share this episode with y’all


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Opening, Purpose, & Overview – 0:00
Disclaimer – 4:08
Drew Hall – 5:20
High Five (Key Learnings) – 14:05
The More You Know (Revising Previous Actions) – 37:10
Imagine This (Respond to a Scenario) – 42:20
Sum for 7 (Simplify the Message) – 47:42
Reclaimed Project – 59:04
Conclusion/Support the Podcast –1:09:14


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