Science Magazine posted an article entitled “Speaking a second language may change how you see the world” that explores the benefits of being bilingual. The article begins with a situation that anyone in a foreign language can struggle with. “Where did the thief go? You might get a more accurate answer if you ask the… Read more →
Monthly Archives: July 2015
20 Years of Spanish Immersion Make Lawrence Township a Model for Indiana Lawrence Township in Indiana is getting attention for it’s immersion program reaching 20 years of success! Students at Forest Glen Elementary School spend a majority of their time speaking Spanish, even when they are socializing. When they begin elementary school they speak almost… Read more →
Have you ever thought about where an expression comes from or what the real meaning is? This article dives into the origins behind 14 different common phrases. You’ve probably heard someone say “Bite the bullet” at some point and simply assumed it meant they were going to accept a difficult circumstance or situation. However, bite… Read more →
BuzzFeed Books asked members of the BuzzFeed community to share their favorite quotes from literature. Here are the 51 most popular lines. Please share your favorite literature quotes!
ESSAY ABOUT NARCISSISTIC Persona DISORDER Narcissistic temperament ailment is a form of psychological disorder when human beings practical experience a magnified sensation that they’re exceptionally integral for that entire world, they have an awesome want to be admired additionally, the absence of sympathy for other people.
HotChalk Lesson Plans from lessonplanspage.com provides an excellent high school language arts lesson studying four “America” poems to show how gender and race influence a poet’s viewpoint. HotChalk posts lesson plans by teachers for teachers. The goal of the lesson is for students to see how a poet’s attitudes, thoughts, and feelings towards America affect… Read more →