Paragraph of the Week. Wow! What a jam-packed QUALITY resource! There's so much that I love about it. The instructions for use are very clear and I'll use the example pages to guide me in knowing what the work might look like. The repetition will serve to firmly reinforce what students are to do so that there is no question on the students' part. Also, the rubric is very explicit so students know what is expected. Pardon my gush, but I love this resource!
I read it as "Imagine what a sherlock it" I tried to read again but kept reading it as sherlock instead of shock and so i was like fuck it im going to keep reading then i realised this is a sherlock post wow what a coincidence
This visual aid has some excellent tips that students can use when creating a powerpoint presentation. Students are often expected to create these presentations and not given specific guidelines on how to make an effective powerpoint so this could be shared with students when they are using this program to complete projects.
Everyone should read about How to Choose Your Bridesmaids and Groomsmen - Bridestory blog. What is a wedding without your bridal party? No bride glows bright enough without her bridesmaids and maid of honor. As with the groom, who wouldn't look as dashing without his groomsmen and best man. In today's post, learn the basics and duties of all your bridal party members and cute ways to ask them to be one.