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English Classic Verb Conjugator & Verbal Phrase Paths Kenneth Bryant was chairman of the Department of Modern Languages at Southern Nazarene University in Oklahoma for eleven years. His experience with the Spanish language began early in his life. He lived in Guatemala from ages eight to sixteen, and lived in Mexico for another two years. Use a Classroom Blog to Engage Parents As technology takes on a larger role in the classroom, teachers continue to seek for new and creative ways to enable student participation and engagement. But what about the many ways technology can impact parent engagement? Consider using a class blog to get your parents involved.
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Thinking Creatively About Student Blogging John Spencer Last week, I decided to start a little blog series where I will actively curate and share what I have written or created on various education-related topics. So, here is the second one in the series. Ten years ago, when I first began blogging with students, it totally tanked. Students had such creative blog titles as "Bell Work: November 3rd" and "Warm-Up." I know, compelling stuff, right? Creative Writing Prompts This page contains a list of prompts for writing classes/activities for when you need a bit of inspiration for a writing idea. I will try to update it regularly with new ideas, so keep checking back! If you have any great ideas for prompts for creative writing that you have used in class, please share them in the comments and I will add them to the list – thank you! Pictures/Photos Photos and pictures can be great writing prompts.
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