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Engaging Stories: The HUMN Project / MnWE Talk

Tham, Jason. “Engaging Stories: Creating an Ethnographic Literacy Narrative Project in a First-Year Writing Course.” Minnesota Writing and English (MnWE) Conference. Inver Hills Community College, MN. 112 more words


Tip of the Week: PEEL graphic organizer

We want them to be able to make an argument using evidence, logic, and reasoning. And we want them to be able to do this in a variety of ways. 334 more words



The flowers gave him hope.

Sitting there in the frost-covered park, with snowflakes gently falling from the cold, November sky, he reflected upon the events of the past few days. 35 more words


Another Positive Week in Delran Township Public Schools!

While the world of education swirls around at a very, very quick pace, it makes every week one of excitement, new learning and countless instances of pride. 497 more words

Fresh Air

So reading AMAs might be bad for my health. I got a little caught up researching the China Model of industrialization. Which, by the by, everyone should do because it’s easy for us as Americans to believe our system is free of propaganda and China is a spooky tyrannical communist wasteland when in fact the exact science and function of a technocracy, and more specifically the bloody history that made it what it is, has become quite relevant. 412 more words

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Help with Your Learning Log Homework: Literacy & Topic: T2.2W5

Below are some persuasive connectives which you could use at the beginning of some of your sentences when you write to Ms. Reedy.

You do not need to use all of them, but do try to CHALLENGE YOURSELF! 27 more words

Learning Log Homework