MSM 304: GoFormative Chinese and English sentences
Jokes You Can Use:
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Learn Chinese: Chineasy TED Talk
Ever look at a piece of chinese text and say to yourself, “It’s Greek to me”? Well it’s not. It’s Chinese! This TED Talk on Chineasy shows students 8 symbols to begin understanding Chinese.
If it’s this easy to learn something new in an Advisory class, how hard can the rest of the day be?
20 Fun Sentences
1. I never said she stole my money.
Eye vs. camera - Michael Mauser
36 Asking Questions
“It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question.” – Eugene Ionesco
“Question everything. Learn something. Answer nothing.” – Euripedes
Middle School Science Minute
by Dave Bydlowski (k12science or email@example.com)
MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE MINUTE-SCIENCE JOURNALING PART 2
I was recently reading the February, 2015 issue of "Science Scope," a magazine written for middle school science teachers, published by the National Science Teachers Association.
In this issue, I read the Guest Editorial written by Kristin Kandel and Natalie Brew, entitled "Our Science Story: When Science Inquiry Meets the Common Core." They explain, in this second part of a two podcast series, what their interactive science journal, for middle school students, actually looks like. For more information on the journal, contact Kristin Kandel at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Interesting assessment site.
8 Top Tips for Highly Effective PD
Commonly used Idioms
This List of commonly used idioms and sayings (in everyday conversational English), can help to speak English by learning English idiomatic expressions. This is a list, which contains exactly 66 of the most commonly used idioms and their meaning.
3 Tips to Make Any Lesson More Culturally Responsive (and it’s not what you think!)
1. Gamify it.
2. Make it social.
3. Storify it.
Why Education Won’t Fix Economic Inequity
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