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Hard Evidence: How the case of Will Kemp proves Shakespeare's authorship

As an English teacher, I often have students create dramatic skits on given themes. And often when I read them students occasionally write in their classmates’ names instead of the fictional characters they made up. 624 more words

Humanities

Wishing for Duck Feet

  Remember that old Dr. Seuss story, I Wish That I Had Duck Feet?  Lately that’s the way I’ve been feeling.  I want duck feet, an elephant’s trunk, a long giraffe neck.  281 more words

English

Why I Decided to Re-Vamp My Classroom in the Middle of the School Year.

As a first year teacher I really WANTED to focus on my classroom. I did. But I also had to focus on my lesson plans and get my act together with my curriculum. 1,505 more words

My Fears.

Do you ever have the feeling that nothing is tethering you to the ground? The feeling that you’re just floating around with no where to land? 649 more words

Book Haul.

Hello Lovelies!

I was lucky enough to receive/buy a TON of books this holiday season. I’ve been in a bit of a reading slump since I started University. 1,750 more words

Approaching AQA GCSE English Language Unit 1 Section B

Approaching AQA GCSE English Language Unit 1 Section B

Talking about chain reactions and how our actions can have unforeseen consequences. On Friday morning’s Year 9 assembly, two Year 11 students representing the school’s charity committee came to introduce this year’s chosen charity – Himalayan Trust, UK. 899 more words