Follow this link for recent vocabulary and definitions. We are currently using Miriam-Webster’s online dictionary for our definitions.
Here is the assignment for our pre-reading activity: Read the description of the setting prior to the first act. In order for us to better visualize the physical setting (in theater parlance: the set), we need to create a picture based on the written explanation August Wilson provides. I’ve posted the list of items that… Continue reading Introduction to Fences
Here is the video for our pre-reading prompt on Book One: Fear from Native Son. Feel free to post your own images that represent Fear! Download Video: Posted by alzellner at TeacherTube.com.
I am happy to report that I have returned to work after my maternity leave. In case you were absent on Friday, here are the slides of the work we did: [slideshare id=301669&doc=march-7th-2008-1205238693595321-2&w=425] Look for more posts on the blog on the following information: class assignments useful powerpoints discussion on our texts podcasts See you… Continue reading Friday, March 7, 2008
You’ve learned a lot today: wikis, blogs, Google Docs, and witnessed some provocative videos. What was most useful? What thoughts do you have as you leave today? Any questions you still have? Thanks for working so hard 🙂 Andrea and Aram
On the way home from Chicago, Eric, Ed and I reflect on the rich experiences we gathered from the 2007 Annual NCA Spring Conference. Podcast from the Car
Here is the podcast interview with Ron Clark. He is very articulate and passionate. Check out this animated discussion about new teachers, fixing the system, and how to overcome obstacles that we face in the classroom to reach all students. Be sure to also check out The Ron Clark Academy, a model school designed and… Continue reading Interview with Ron Clark
Here is my podcast about my adventures at NWP.
Thanks for showing us Trackbacking, Troy!
Best daisy picture ever!