Few days ago i tried my linguistic skill by reading and reviewing a journal related to Semantics
The Role of Context in Word Meaning Construction : A Case Study… 66 more words
“HOOKED on Phonics Worked for Me!”
Remember that tagline from the 80s?
I can’t tell you how many times that phrase (with the inflections and intonations of the kids who were shouting it) plays on an endless cycle of repeat in my brain during the school year. 640 more words
The summer of 1981 brought great relief. I had survived the eighth grade and would be going to high school in the fall. (Considering that our middle school and high school buildings were positioned about 30 yards apart, this was not so much of a big deal.) I had made it through two years of marching band and was attending summer band practice. 1,058 more words
IT is, with great anticipation every year that I break out Romeo and Juliet for my ninth graders. After fifteen years or so in this district, and having taught it once before during a maternity leave long-term sub position in another, I have a pretty good repertoire of comical stories to share about the teaching of the Bard’s masterpiece. 513 more words