Jokes You Can Use:
What’s the difference between ignorance and apathy?
- Don’t Know, Don’t Care
Did you hear about the customer at the barber shop? Wanted a new dye job and a new haircut. Could only afford one.
- Classic example of “do or dye”.
Remember, he who laughs last didn’t get it.
I have a friend who lost a mood ring. He’s not sure how to feel about that.
Despite the high cost of living, it remains popular.
Did you hear about the employee at the One Hour Glasses factory who caught his hand in a machine?
- He made quite the spectacle of himself
A friend was having trouble with his iPad. He changed the name of it to “Titanic”.
- It’s syncing now
We get more comfortable in our skin as we get older. Of course that might be because it’s not as tight as it used to be.
Middle School Science Minute
I was recently reading the August, 2018 issue of “Science Scope,” a magazine written for middle school science teachers, published by the National Science Teachers Association.
In this issue, I read the “Commentary Section” written by Erin Lester. She wrote an article entitled, “A Real-World STEM Competition.” The article focuses in on eCYBERMISSION a free web-based STEM Competition for students in grades 6-9. You can learn more about eCYBERMISSION by visiting:
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650 Prompts for Narrative and Personal Writing
Every school day since 2009 we’ve asked students a question based on an article in The New York Times.
Information is Beautiful: The Movies Based on a True Story
Movies are review scene by scene and compared to how accurate historically they are. Includes:
- Hidden Figures
- HackSaw Ridge
- The King’s Speech
- The Big Short
- American Sniper
- Dallas Buyer’s Club
- 12 Years a Slave
- Captain Phelps
- The Social Network
Information is Beautiful
The other stuff
Digital Storytelling – Jason Ohler Resources
Rubrics for assessing Digital Storytelling.
Why Kids Want Things
So in other words, parents who act in ways that value things, parents who make a lot of sacrifices to get a lot of things, parents who get a lot of joy from buying things, parents who talk a lot about things—they tend to have adult children who act the same way.
Random Thoughts . . .
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