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First Steps in Moving to Standards-based Grading Model in Social Studies

First Steps in Moving to SBG Model

Moving your current quizzes and tests to an SBG model will take some work. However, it does not have to be as complicated as you think. 578 more words

The Innovative Forms of Recent Chilean Fiction

My review-essay “Testing Form: Novels by Alejandro Zambra and Matías Celedón,” which analyzes Zambra’s Multiple Choice (Penguin Books, 2016) and Celedón’s The Subsidiary… 7 more words

Alejandro Zambra

study tips: practice questions

I’m currently studying to retake USMLE step one and while I’m disappointed that I wasn’t able to pass this exam the first time around, I’m definitely grateful for the opportunity to hone my test taking skills and learn how to be a better physician with the wonderful people at… 1,150 more words


Multiple Choice: A Score Sheet

Multiple Choice
Author: Alejandro Zambra
Published by: Granta (UK Publisher)
Available: 13th Oct, ask in your local bookshop for details.
Result: A1 (5*)

Earlier this year, I read for my book club… 508 more words


'Multiple Choice' Is an Existential Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Novel for Adults

In Alejandro Zambra’s debut, Bonsai, two young lovers lie to one another about having read Proust. The boy concocts a story in which he read Proust during a summer in Quintero, where “no one spent their summers.” The girl declares she read the books the previous year, “the most important months of my life as a reader.” These lies, the first each tells the other, never become known. 1,338 more words


Multiple Choice

Multiple Choice

Alejandro Zambra

“The works of Alejandro Zambra, “the most talked-about writer to come out of Chile since Bolaño” (New York Times Book Review… 261 more words

2016 Reviews

August 2016

In August I only managed to read 10 books, which I must say is pretty good for me because I took a week of vacation in which I also ended up vacationing from books. 133 more words

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