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Bins for student work

Students turn papers in to the empty dish tub. At the end of the day, Becky sorts the papers by class period, binds them together with a large black plastic binder clip and takes them home for grading. The second dish tub holds departmental folders filed alphabetically. The dish tub file holder is a cheaper alternative to the metal file holders that contain her unit materials.

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