It’s Tuesday, let’s write!
WRITE a slice of life story on your own blog.
SHARE a link to your post in the comments section.
GIVE comments to at least three other SOLS bloggers.
This dark place. http://carolwscorner.blogspot.com/2015/09/slice-of-life_15.html
A busy day is also an energizing day!
Greek Week, High Stress, and Prizes oh my.
“Is this a panic attack…?”
Thank you TWT for a place to put this blog each Tuesday. Loving this community. This one was a quick write… but it made me cry so it must be right. About leaving my freshman girl at University.
I started a new after-school group today…
My journey on Friday was definitely a slice! https://shannonhorn1.wordpress.com/2015/09/16/flagger-ahead/
All the good vibes in life can be traced back to book connections – connecting “the seasoned” with wonderful children’s books!
Brain Dump! And Where is My Juju???
Is there anything better than new books in the library? http://morebooksthantime.blogspot.com/2015/09/tuesday-slice-please-read-these.html
Looking forward to Asilomar64….
How can we find the time for enough reading and writing in the school day!? http://drferreri.blogspot.com/2015/09/blog-post_15.html
A student reminds this teacher of what is important at the beginning of the year!
Somehow appropriate to the notion of “Write. Share. Give.”: What I Like Best about Teaching http://wp.me/p2yR3J-3xs
That Kind of Joy
First big test of the school year. Poor students! Watching. http://wp.me/p3eVyl-cz
It’s been so busy around here, I almost forgot to post my link!
Just some thoughts, heavy on my mind. It’s a big week. I can’t believe it’s been a year.
Time for a change: a brief comment about the weather. http://www.teacherdance.org/2015/09/change-is-good.html
A post about prewriting.
A moment between my husband and I. https://nickybanzhaf.wordpress.com/2015/09/15/slice-of-life-our-bench-sol15/
Never, EVER, read the comments! Unless it’s from #SOL:)
What makes something funny? Here’s part of me and my husband’s ongoing conversation on this subject.
Slice of life: Candy by Yeju and Beginning of the School – My Classroom by Sarah K.
With the choice to skip writing or to write a short list I pick the last one.
My second Slice of Life: Insomnia Sucks. Thank you for all the kind comments last week. It helped me “be brave.” https://thescoleciphobicbookworm.wordpress.com/2015/09/15/its-four-in-the-morning-just-like-the-song-says-sol-2/
A memoir of the death of Poochers, my first dog.
Partnering with an older class and a special read-aloud
Easing into Indian Summer thoughts for a reflective look at life and learning – Letter to Mother Nature http://beyondliteracylink.blogspot.com/2015/09/easing-into-indian-summer.html
Oops! I forgot to add the link to my slice!
For me, performing in front of a crowd=pressure. I allowed piano recitals, and the mounting pressure that accompanied them, to rob me of my love of playing. How many of my students feel that same angst when they take the stage, sharing their words with an audience? I hope they will tell me if the pressure is robbing them of their joy. I hope I will be wise enough to know and intervene.
Welcome to a slice of my newly (14 days) retired-from-teaching life…Enjoyed Windows shopping. (No spelling mistake:) Thanks for reading, writing, sharing, giving!
It’s all about doing – learning takes action
Sharing a poem slice today at : http://maryanderingcreatively.com/fall-brilliance-a-poem/
Labeling Shelves http://mrstaylorstales.blogspot.com/2015/09/labeling-shelves.html
My son’s first day of preschool!
Bon voyage, Olivia!
The Schuylkill County Quilter’s Guild held a Quilt Show over the weekend.
We won’t be able to do this much longer
A Reiki session helps me to learn to let go of an old favorite
Preparing nanowrimo can be very difficult for a mom of a 2 years old
A near by high school gathered all the students and faculty and watched videos of the 9/11 tragedy. They brought in an few first responders to speak to the students sharing how the events unfolded. The school wanted to honor all the men and women who were there that day! I thought it was very cool!
My post today…it is green chilie season in New Mexico!
Homework, oh homework. Yes, we have started a new routine at our house:
It’s exciting watching the 6th graders learn to navigate middle school.
Reading Sunny Side Up brought back memories of growing up in the 70s…http://hollymueller.blogspot.com/2015/09/slice-of-life-growing-up-in-70s.html?m=1
My mother is getting older. http://moranreflections.blogspot.com/2015/09/recognition.html
“Consume less, create more” – a necessary admonition I need to embrace.
What is the biggest impact a teacher can have on a student?
The writing process is hard. Maybe I should take my own advice! Love your Piktochart, Tara!
Enjoying a stolen bit of time with my husband
How blogging (and Slicing) is making writers in my classroom. https://reflectionsontheteche.wordpress.com/2015/09/15/slicing-life-with-students/
Today is International Dot Day.
On a completely different subject, has anyone heard from Elsie lately?
Brotherly Love – written by a reluctant writer, invigorated by 5th grade writing workshop and his teacher who loves writing. https://aileenhower.wordpress.com/2015/09/15/brotherly-love/
New appreciation for teaching “stamina” and “all the ways to read a book”. . . so much more than “just turning the pages” . . . do we model this enough?
Have you heard of Dolores del Rio?
My Letters to Tuvia continue and I’m feeling like the mourning is officially in motion now.
A brief, half-hearted reflection on my trip home this summer
My 3rd graders were tracing their foot to add to our first week time capsule to be reopened the last week of school and it got me thinking about MY FEET!
On a day when nothing happened ….
Haha! Love the quote about writing from your students, Tara!! We are claiming our RIGHTS as readers! http://1gratefulteacher.blogspot.com/2015/09/readers-and-writers-have-rights.html
Thinking about our options as literacy coaches! In Alaska, so with time change we are early!!
Clare and Tammy
Today Is Dot Day and We Are Not at School
I’ve been trying to steer away from writing about my lovesick woes, but they sort of spilled out onto the page this slice: http://iheartpurplestuff.blogspot.com/2015/09/the-big-prize.html
So interesting the reasons your kiddos write. Because you told me to is sometimes ok, even though we might not like the sound of it! Sort of what this post is about. That and the power of The Dot. https://jarhartz.wordpress.com/2015/09/15/slice-of-life-finding-your-dot/
First one? Today’s slice is a letter to my son’s new preschool teacher.http://couragedoesnotroar.blogspot.com/2015/09/a-letter-to-alexs-teacher-sol15.html
Comments are closed.
Follow TWT on Facebook
Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
Join 87,113 other followers
Write. Share. Give.
Two Writing Teachers is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.