My National Writing Project program starts a week from Monday. One of the
BIG gigantic projects is that we all have to present something called a Teacher Inquiry Workshop (TIW). This is where we present (in 75 minutes, by the way) on a topic that we "inquired" about.
I'm doing my project on helping students revise their writing. (No more 'one and done' for my kiddos, no siree!) Because I like to get things over with, I signed up to present on July 11th -- on the FOURTH day of class. That means I need to get most of my research done now.
So I've been reading...a lot....this week. Here are two great books I'm working my way through:
If you want to learn more about helping your students revise, check out these great resources ... or stay tuned to my blog!
My sister and I at Kara's graduation
Fun in the sun!
We went out for ice cream last night and it started to rain. (Shocking!) But on the way home, the sun came out and I saw this in the sky. (No, I was not driving...)
Yep, a double rainbow! Must have been my doubly lucky day!
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This one is kind of goofy, but it's the little things in life, right?
The price of gas is FINALLY going down. Two weeks ago, I paid $4.29 a gallon. Last night, it was...
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend! July is coming!!