Alright, so it has been a couple days since I have posted, but I have been busy with birthdays and weddings, so now that I am recovered and have a little time, I want to share with you a thought or two about the book that I am currently reading. 1,139 more words
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These past two months my students have been reading Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird. To help students understand the different experiences and perspectives of all characters involved, there needed to be some sort of activity that would allow my students to “walk in another person’s shoes,” as Atticus Finch told his daughter Scout in the beginning of the novel. 434 more words
Thor is a God from a world called Asgard who is featured quite often in Marvel comic books. The concept of his character been around for centuries, beginning with ancient Norse mythology where he was seen as the God of thunder, lightning, storms and strength. 577 more words
One of the biggest travesties of the entire Harry Potter franchise is how they depicted Ronald Weasley. Now, don’t think this is because of the acting choices of Rupert Grint, no this is all thanks to the writers. 971 more words