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October 20, Class notes

Grammar Games found themselves topping off their first nine weeks with the board game, the “5 W’s Game.”  The game requires each student to practice their listening skills by hearing whimsical mini stories and then answering who, what, when, where, & why questions designed to test comprehension.  309 more words


The home that you built

One morning after I came back to Canada, as my bus pulled up at the bus stop, it took me a moment to realize that it wasn’t the 2 hauptbahnof that I was getting on, and that I was no longer just a 10 minute bus away from aldstadt. 486 more words


Well, really he’s not an intern. In fact, he’s a graduate research assistant from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. (But that wouldn’t fit in the title.) Dylan joined us at the beginning of this school year and will be with us for the next two years in conjunction with his work in the… 248 more words


10 Reasons Why Celebrating Both Jewish and Secular New Years is a Win-Win

This article first appeared in The Jewish Daily Forward on Sept. 22.  Illustrations by Dani E. Go. 

How is the Jewish new year, Rosh Hashanah, different from that other New Year? 1,022 more words

Scotland the Brave - be Braver still and reject Independence!

I have just listened to the Promenaders at the Last Night of the Proms, sing that lovely and Traditional British song ‘Auld Lang Syne’ at the end of another very British (note: NOT English, but all of us – Scottish as well as Welsh and Northern Ireland). 246 more words


For Auld Lang Syne

For Auld Lang Syne or Once Upon a Time, February 17, 2011 to be exact, I made my first post to this Blog.  Originally this Blog was established to talk about Springs, Spring Manufacturing, and Ebsco Spring Company.  376 more words

Springs From A Manager's Point Of View

Auld Lang Syne.

Not a daily prompt, but closer to my heart is this poem by Robert Burns, so I will post and share. The lovely stanzas of this poem just touch you in every way that a poem/song is supposed to. 439 more words