Walter Leland Cronkite, a dentist. He dropped out innot returning for the Fall term, in order to concentrate on journalism.
Refreshing Reads Just like that, my tenth year teaching 4th grade flashed by. It was one of the best school years so far because my team and I were blessed with an extraordinary group of kids. Don't you just love years like that? Trying my best to be a good teacher and mom has really forced me to put my blog on the backburner, but now it's summer!
Here I am again! As I type this. I've read the first few chapters of both, and I'm loving them so far! Although they are a married couple, they come from different backgrounds and share how their personal struggles and triumphs have molded them into the educators they are today.
The Kings also provide insight on how to be the most engaging, authentic teacher you can be and why it is so important to do so.
Did I mention I just wrapped up year 10? I believe it's perfect timing for me to read this book. Happiness leads to success; NOT the other way around!
The bits and pieces she's shared with us as a faculty have sparked my interest. I'm hoping to gain a fresh perspective and some useful tools for being a true optimist!
I realize this post wasn't quite what you'd expect given the title of my blog, but what kind of writers would we be if we weren't readers?
What kind of teachers would we be if we weren't learners? If you are gifted with some quiet time, what books are you reading this summer?the final paragraph of a piece of writing.
it can summarize the main idea, offer a solution or course of action, suggest additional research, ask a question, make a . Writing Narrative Endings.
Writing Narrative Endings Printable anchor chart- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini" Examples of Narrative Endings (Anchor Chart Freebie - PDF): The various types of narrative endings.
We did the word sort together on the floor (this is perfect for a small group lesson). I put the '-ge' and '-dge' headings up first and had them read the words and sort them into the correct pile.
Coping with chronic, rare, and invisible diseases and disorders (and disabilities) • Rare and undiagnosed diseases. Jun 27, · Writing Anchor Charts I really have to make more writing anchor charts next year, but here are some of the ones I made last year.
I had these posted in the room for most of the year. He doesn't need to agree with you, but he does need to be able to take the feedback and work on the things you've asked him to work on.