Daily Archive: July 30, 2008

A Call for “Day in a Sentence” Submissions

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We’re happy to be hosting “Day in a Sentence” here at Two Writing Teachers this week. If you’re new to “Day in a Sentence,” which is similar to “Poetry Friday,” then just follow… Continue reading

Ruth’s SOLS: What’s your mom do?

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Yesterday afternoon, my oldest daughter and I were driving home from school shopping.  Our conversation was one in which I was asking questions regarding important info that she should know — things like telephone… Continue reading

Ruth’s Memoir Monday: I remember.

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I remember lazy summer days with nothing to do but read a book cover-to-cover. I remember summers filled with professional development nearly every week. I remember dinner conversations that were entirely devoted to… Continue reading

Around the Papers & in the News

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I’ve been perusing newspapers online and found some articles worthy of sharing: At Struggling School, Pride Displaces Failure By WINNIE HU Published: July 20, 2008 Rising test scores highlight a year of ambitious… Continue reading