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5 Important Language Learning Tips

In the summer of 2013, I had to pick a foreign language to study. It was partly for my schoolwork, but it was also simply for pleasure. 616 more words


What's missing?

What’s missing from this classroom?

That’s right, chairs!

And yet these first grade students are focused and engaged in the learning activities.

Art Education

Words with different meanings:Example 4

The meaning of the term “flesh” appears to be so obvious that many would regard it as quite a waste of time to look up its various connections in Scripture. 237 more words

Arthur W. Pink

Laughing at Demons: Why You Should Read The Screwtape Letters

On second page of The Screwtape Letters, C. S. Lewis provides a framework for reading his work—

“The best way to drive out the devil, if he will not yield to texts of Scripture, is to jeer and flout him, for he cannot bear scorn.”—Luther… 1,485 more words

How an Errand With Your Child Becomes a Sacred Moment

We’ve all been there.  After a day or days filled with non-stop activity, or caring for family in a myriad of breathless ways, you long for a respite. 608 more words

Writing Partners: Authentic Purposes for Writing — TWO WRITING TEACHERS

Someone once told me: You can’t write well about something you don’t care about.

One day, I listened in on two first grade partners, Jennifer and Marco, sharing their pieces of writing. 1,154 more words

All Things Writing

The 5 simple S's on meeting people

Welcome to another Etiquette Monday!

This week the focus is on “meeting people”.

What is the first thing you do when you meet someone that you want to talk to? 555 more words

Etiquette Monday