Synopsis[ edit ] Na Bo-ri Gong Hyo-jin is a year-old woman who desperately wants to be a teacher at the high school she was kicked out of due to a misunderstanding with her teachers over injuring a group of male classmates she had been a legend there for being a troublemaker and getting into fights. After overcoming numerous hardships and getting her high-school equivalency certification, she rejects job offers from other high schools and works on becoming a substitute teacher at her old high school so she can work side by side with her longtime high school crush, the art teacher Ji Hyun-woo Kim Da-hyun. However, the only thing that enables her to get the coveted job is by signing a contract to essentially babysit Park Tae-in Gong Yooa troublemaker who attends the same high school. Tae-in, a lonely year-old youth, quickly becomes the "jjang", or "king" of the high school, and enjoys playing mean tricks on Bo-ri whose tough but easygoing personality attracts the majority of her students.
Participants Final Projects Dear Colleague: I am very pleased that you are contemplating coming to Boston to study Thomas Jefferson.
The resurgence of interest in the founding fathers, in biography, and in the connection between personal and public life makes this an ideal time to reassess Jefferson and to think about how in an egalitarian, multicultural society we can make an eighteenth-century slave owner and aristocrat relevant.
Thomas Jefferson was a man of paradoxes: In this three-week Institute, we will try to explain these paradoxes and deepen our understanding of one of the most important figures in American history, a figure who is fascinating, influential, inspiring, and embattled.
But we will also examine the personality behind the philosophy. Today scholars look at temperament, illness, death, passion, parents, mentors, money, and friends. They argue that Jefferson can be understood, that historians do not have to resign themselves to mystery and paradox.
Probing beneath the surface, they find a darker, more complex, and always interesting Jefferson.
Furthermore, they argue, the inner man connects to and helps us understand the public man. Pursuing the inner Jefferson for three weeks will not be just a voyeuristic venture.
In the quality and originality of his mind, catholicity of his interests, and felicity of his writing, Jefferson was a genius.
It is interesting and instructive to live for three weeks with such a genius, who thought not only about constitutions and constellations, but about how we might live happy, productive lives. Boston is an ideal city in which to base our study of Jefferson. We will arrange trips to the Massachusetts Historical Society, which has an unparalleled collection of Jefferson manuscripts, an electronic archive of Jefferson's papers, and letters written by Jefferson's daughters; and to the John Adams National Historical Park and the library where Adams wrote to Jefferson his half of the most famous presidential correspondence in American history.
All the resources of Boston University, including the use of the library and computer center, will be available to participants, who will be given the status and privileges of Visiting Scholars.
During the summer, the City of Boston hosts concerts, plays, and special events, and its permanent cultural and historical attractions are plentiful, particularly as they relate to the history of early America. In the second week, we will expand our understanding of the inner Jefferson by examining his views on religion, his role as a family man, and his correspondence with John Adams.
We will hear from Joanne Freeman http: In the third week, we turn to slavery, science, and money. The Institute will take a topical approach, looking in depth at such subjects as education, intimate life, family, money, religion, science, and slavery.
During the three weeks, we will also ponder some larger questions: Is the intimate life knowable? Does it connect to the public man or woman? Do we each fashion our own version of Jefferson to reflect our values and needs? We will ask some pedagogical questions: What role should biography and primary sources play in history instruction?
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