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writing sijo Further reading: Sijo Primer (an introduction for those new to sijo) by Larry Gross (.pdf) Structure of the Korean Sijo by David McCann (.pdf) Sijo lectures by David McCann Part 1 (form and structure) Part 2 (history) Part 3 (sample analysis of sijo) The sijo (Korean 시조, pronounced SHEE-jo) is a traditional three-line Korean poetic form typically exploring cosmological, metaphysical, or pastoral themes. Organized both technically and thematically by line and syllable count, sijo are expected to be phrasal and lyrical, as they are first and foremost meant to be songs. Sijo are written in three lines, each averaging 14-16 syllables for a total of 44-46 syllables.
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World of Better Learning Simon Wright Lauren Pitts Delia Kidd Insights Pedagogy 20+ resources for engaging game-based learning Bringing aspects of games into the classroom can be highly motivational and engaging, making content stick. Here are some resources. (Public domain image via Pixabay.com) Our society thrives on games. They’re everywhere, from our social lives to our work lives to our school lives. People kill time on the bus, in a doctor’s waiting room and even in the bathroom (eww … but true!)
Our Guide to French Internet & Text Slang What do kids say these days? The digital culture keeps French learners just as confused as our grandparents when it comes to the newest expressions à la mode. The good thing is that once you master a few texting codes, you’ll be able to communicate in written French on a daily basis. Sometimes, texting can be so much easier than talking face-to-face! Table of Contents 1. ESL Treasure HintsConceal a card or piece of paper with a word written on it from the students. Give them 3 hints as to what the word is i.e. 1. I am very big 2. How to Listen When You Disagree: A Lesson from the Republican National Convention — Urban Confessional So, I asked: “Thank you for sharing that. Tell me your story? I’d love to know how you came to this point of view.” She seemed surprised by my interest. “Why?
Please, Come In! 3 Activities to Start Off the Course on the Right Foot Ahh almost October! How are we here already? I can’t even wrap my head around the idea that this is going to be my 27th year teaching English. Time, please stand still! OMG, It makes me cringe to even think about it!