I, clearly, love the idea Mary Tedrow proposes in her article about investing money in quality writing instruction for our Nation’s students. Please read this article about spending stimulus dollars … Continue Reading Stimulus Dollars + Writing Instruction
President-Elect Barack Obama’s Inauguration is two days away. What are you planning to do to commemorate this moment with your class? I’ve decided to stream the Inaugural Address in my … Continue Reading What Are You Planning to Do On Inauguration Day?
I remember the Election of 1992 like it was yesterday. I was in tenth grade, just back from a summer program at Wellesley College where I studied the presidential election … Continue Reading M.M.: Election Memories
After yesterday’s lesson, and the awesome “get out & vote” posters my students made, I decided to write an acrostic poem about voting. Vigorous supporters Of candidates always Take to … Continue Reading Poetry Friday: Voting Acrostic
This afternoon, I’m going to teach a Social Studies Lesson about voting I found on Scholastic.com. It’s a lesson about having kids persuade adults to vote in a non-partisan way. … Continue Reading A Little Copywriting
I’ve blogged a bit about the upcoming election. Tonight’s final Presidential Debate will most likely focus on the economy (Rightfully so considering the DJII’s 733 point drop, the fact that … Continue Reading Where do they stand?
Kevin, Creator of Day in a Sentence, used a new technology, Jog the Web, to showcase everyone’s posts this week. I was fascinated with the ease at which I was … Continue Reading This is the only kind of jogging you’re going to see me do!
Check out this CNN Overview on McCain and Obama’s Stances on Education.
We Voted Together! #3 & #4 at the Polling Place! Originally uploaded by teachergal I didn’t care if I am sick. I’m voting today! “What time do you think we … Continue Reading Stacey’s Slice of Life Story: Day 4