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The Moral of a Story

Morals and themes are essential to a story. They are what make the story have meaning. Successful authors will try to teach their readers something, most often life lessons. 121 more words


Classic's Corner: Lord of the Flies

Welcome back to Classic’s Corner, today we’re going to be talking about conch shells, beasts and non existent cannibalism.

Where did this shared hallucination come from, that Lord of the Flies is about a group of kids who end up killing and eating each other? 588 more words



Happy Mother’s Day to all my friends old and new.  I thought you would enjoy this:

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Thanks to Bernadette at Haddon Musings for sharing this quote from a wise man. https://haddonmusings.com/2017/05/14/happy-mothers-day/#respond.  

El señor de las moscas

En el centro en el que enseño es lectura obligatoria para los alumnos de 3º de la ESO El señor de las moscas de Wiliam Golding. 549 more words


“He lost himself in a maze of thoughts that were rendered vague by his lack of words to express them.”
―Lord of the Flies ,William Golding


Lord of the Flies by William Golding | Book Review

Let’s just cut to the nitty-gritty: I HATED this book. The story follows a group of boys who are the lone survivors of a plane crash that has left them stranded on a desert island. 150 more words


Some of My Fondest Memories of High School were Read-Alouds

You could hear a pin drop in my classroom when I read aloud. It is their favorite time of the day. They beg me to read aloud to them.

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