Wednesday again; where does the time go? Last week we wrapped up Ray Bradbury's, The Veldt, and ended with a look at our next short story. The children left with their copies of F. Scott Fitzgerald's, The Cut Glass...
Modern libraries have lost their integrity, because modern library leaders have sanctified noise and condemned silence.
My choice for this week's story, was exactly that; it was mine. I wanted to do something different, read something I'd never personally read before, and see if my reactions and opinions would be in any way similar to...
A culture can be defined as a way of like that is transferred from one generation to the next. In this respect culture consists of two main elements; the material culture (physical objects) reflecting a societies...
Telling, reading, and role-playing a story are some useful classroom activities for teaching moral values in schools. Moral values learned in class will remain with children throughout their lives.
This isn't the first time Jack London has been the "featured author" at our book club; he's been here before, and because the students appreciate his work........... he's back again. A Piece of Steak, was...
The future of our society rests upon conduct of youth. This hub suggests seven ways to impart moral values to children. Good role models in the home and society are emphasized throughout this hub.
The topic of "man against nature" is always something that can stir up fierce debate. Everyone is all about what they would have done differently, what they wouldn't have done at all, and often what they...
This week's choice for Book Club was an extremely easy one to make. Being a huge fan of D.H. Lawrence, his introduction was imminent, but I also acknowledge that his writing can be somewhat difficult for his readers....
What is a Gap Year? This Article defines what a gap year is and lists some reasons that students may want to take a gap year.
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