The muse does not like broccoli.
The furry, four-legged highness when attacked by a floret will squish it around in her mouth, spit it out, squish, spit, squish, spit… you get the picture. 29 more words
This is an exercise in my problem-solving class at Yokohama National University in Japan.
Drawing a logic tree to show a whole picture of the stakeholders in the university, assuming that the diagram is used to make priority to implement an evacuation program for earthquake. 162 more words
Some friends who are keeping grudges from you don’t instantly count as pretentious ones (or plastik). Sometimes, this kind of people can’t be transparent to you because they are just afraid of the worse things that might happen after they tell you what they actually feel. 532 more words
Today I taught a lesson about the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party.
In this lesson, I had students first learn the basics of each event by reading an online article (I read one aloud by myself, then we took turns for the second one) and then completing a little quiz on the website (Schoology). 448 more words