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Slice 2012: 7 of 31

Slice of Life Challenge 2012. Please share the unique URL to your daily slice in the comments of this post. Feel free to grab this button and use it on your blog. Happy slicing.

The Nitty Gritty:

  1. Please (pleasepleasepleaseplease) use the SAME email/username information on all of your March entries. This is essential to make tracking your number of slices a little more manageable.
  2. We’ll close comments for the previous day’s slice the next morning. As long as you get your slice linked on each daily slice post, you are in the running for prizes. Further information will come later in the month regarding prizes
  3. Any questions, please use the online form to send Stacey an email, or email or tweet me.

Useful Links:

Nuts and Bolts (General information)

Prize Information (Wow!)

31 Slices (Ideas for topics)

Classroom Resources and SOLS Booklet + Chart

More Buttons (red, green, yellow, blue-purple, grey)

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Unhurried. Finding the magic in the middle of living. Capturing a life of ridiculous grace + raw stories.

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  1. Today marks the “Still Learning” day for me. As a college instructor, I assign a challenging task for one of the classes I teach. Students have heard about it, had friends that have completed, and all seem to enter with that look—are you really going to make us write a book. These students plan to teach kindergarten-12th grades and they all have their opinions about their writing and about how writing should be taught or ignored. Well one of the ways I teach them about teaching writing is to examine their writing process. I have finished reviewing and commenting on each one’s work and this is what I will read to the class tomorrow.


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