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Utility (n.)

Last week I posted a context clues worksheet, the reason for whose existence escaped me, on the noun utility in the sense of a service (as light, power or water) provided by a public utility.  95 more words

English Language Arts

The Weekly Text, March 24, 2017

It seems to me safe to assume that Elizabeth Cady Stanton is a staple in any Women’s Studies Program. For this fourth and penultimate week of  71 more words

English Language Arts

Utility (n.)

I can’t remember now why I wrote this context clues worksheet on the noun utility. Over the years, I’ve come to dislike intensely the verb  183 more words

English Language Arts

Big Cities

These resources are from a lesson I did on large English speaking cities (specifically, London, Manchester, Sydney, LA, New York).

Firstly, a powerpoint with maps and basic facts:  43 more words


Excel Accessibility: General Principles, Especially for Screen Reader Users

In case you’re not familiar with the term screen reader, here’s a quick description from the American Federation for the Blind:

Screen readers are software programs that allow blind or visually impaired users to read the text that is displayed on the computer screen with a speech synthesizer or braille display. 349 more words

Professional Development

What Are You REALLY After?

What Gives? In this mini-primer on goal setting, I ask you some questions that help you get to the heart of  your choices, help you to cut the crap, and help you to choose and make the most important goals in your life a reality. 1,375 more words

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