NCTE11 News and Notes 2
Need some inspiration during these last few days before Winter Break?! While the following post does not give the NCTE 11 session, National Literature Project, nearly enough justice, I’m sharing a few inspirational tidbits that continue to stick with me since attending a month ago. I continue to be inspired . . .
~ Meaning is neither in... [Read more of this review]
NCTE11 News and Notes
My school district afforded me the wonderful opportunity to attend my very first National Council of Teachers of English conference held in Chicago, Illinois this year. I met wonderful national colleagues, many of whom I’ve been conversing with online but never had the opportunity to meet face-to-face, and I returned to school feeling completely... [Read more of this review]
Symbols, Signs and Slides
Whether or not you are an educator, viewing the two videos below will be worth your while. Sit back and enjoy the symbolism within our daily lives. . . .
Here is an assignment I recently shared with my two accelerated freshman English classes. We have a rigorous curriculum to follow in the classroom yet I wanted to give the students opportunity... [Read more of this review]
I Spy a New Word!
A colleague just shared this fun yet surprisingly useful site with me moments ago. I LOVE to make up my own words myself (I had a major case of truckitis last night) so I was inspired instantly. Fortunately for you, GG guests, I am going to practice some friendsourcing today. There will be no peanut-buttering allowed and if you stick around long... [Read more of this review]
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