Beaufort Middle School 8th grade math teacher   Alexis Hines teaches class dressed as a character from the popular novel  "The Hunger Games" Thursday afternoon.  Hines uses  the format of the  novel as a way to engage her 8th-graders in math.
Beaufort Middle School 8th grade math teacher Alexis Hines teaches class dressed as a character from the popular novel "The Hunger Games" Thursday afternoon. Hines uses the format of the novel as a way to engage her 8th-graders in math. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette
Beaufort Middle School 8th grade math teacher Alexis Hines teaches class dressed as a character from the popular novel "The Hunger Games" Thursday afternoon. Hines uses the format of the novel as a way to engage her 8th-graders in math. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette

PHOTO: Beaufort Middle School students learn math with help from The Hunger Games

March 22, 2012 07:32 PM

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