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Nea - Some Say (Lyrics)
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A bookmark helps you reference something you once thought important. As you move through the unit, write on a large sheet of paper or a whiteboard the subtopics students were interested in throughout their readings. Since these are likely to be the topics discussed in Socratic Seminars, write down the main ideas discussed during the seminar. At the end of the unit, this chart will serve as a bookmark for their ideas so they can go back, reflect upon them, and decide if they want to explore a topic further in their expository essay.
From here, I suggest printing out several different articles that are from various sources and levels of credibility. I chose articles that dealt with reading nonfiction and critical thinking43. However, you can choose any articles you wish, so long as some are distinguished and scholarly and others are absolutely not credible sources of information.
The first is to provide students with several articles to read in order to learn about a single topic. Each of the articles should be from a different perspective or bias about the topic. Students will read and annotate each article. They will note the differences and similarities between the articles. They will then form an opinion about the topic and create questions that they either have about the topic or that they want to ask their peers. Allow students to propose some of their questions to a partner, then have students discuss the articles in a Socratic Seminar.
If students are struggling to find their voice during discussions, be sure to have some questions prepared to further the conversation. Mentioning the differences in perspective or information provided throughout the articles will begin your analysis of bias and will promote critical thinking. One advantage of this activity is providing students with a wide range of information in a collegial manner.
Most of the resources provided in this section are meant to be extra supplementary material to be used in class, in order to enhance learning about a particular topic. However, some are just meant for the teacher, to further and deepen knowledge about a specific topic. They are all relevant to the section I have categorized them in.
When I grew up I went to school, fell in love with my girl schoolmates, scratched lyrics and graffiti on the desks. I tried my first cigarette, tasted alcohol, played truant from school to go for coffee before returning home. I took part in fights, skipped school and went to parties thrown by my classmates. Even if I was in no mood of going or had to go somewhere else, I never missed a party of my class.
George burst into loud laughter and his eyes found their color again. Kostas felt relieved ready to seize the slightest chance that would make him feel better. This relief spread in the class automatically and some people started to smile shyly and reservedly.
but a 400-pound pistol in the bedof a pickup, welded together fromscrapyard metal & stamped with namesof kids shot & killed near the artist's home.Except for all the feathers, dyedcotton-candy blue & affixed acrossits cylinder & grip, wrapping the lengthof the barrel with a flourish like a boaentwining a neck, it might seem likeany other oversized gun. ConversationPiece, he called it, although the featherscame later, only after he'd begun drivingsouth with a plan to haul the sculpturefrom Chicago to Atlanta, then backthrough Charleston & Sandy Hook.But when he stopped for gas the first time,he knew his art had failed when a mansprinted across the parking lot to sayGoddamn, that's one badass gun.Something needed to change. Maybethe feathers could turn the pistol intoa thing you approached with a questioninstead of praise. And if the plumesnow covered some of the names, buryingthe elegies hammered into metal,what choice did he have but to continuedriving through town after town, listeningto the...
''We've taken something that had a lot of potential but was somewhat raw, and we've taken it as far as we can in a month of intense work,'' she said. ''We hope the performances will show us other areas that need changes, corrections, or additions.''
It was early April and he was back in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. It was unusually hot when we sat down at the same table where I first interviewed him back in 2008. The tape recorder whirred between us as we talked about some of our favorite writers. Brian Turner is immediately friendly and he has a gaze that tells you he is listening to every word you say. In eight years he has gone from total obscurity to some of the loftiest heights the literary world has to offer, and yet in spite of these accolades--and there are plenty of accolades--he is quick to downplay his success and shift the conversation to something else. "Humble" would be a good word to describe him. 041b061a72