This article is about the importance of collaboration and how we can encourage it in the classroom.
This poem is a response to Brenda's prompt for the 21st week. It centers on accepting growing old and living a healthy life.
This poem is a response to Brenda's word prompt "Regrets"
This article is a response to Brenda's word prompt "mirror".
This article offers tips to help students or those who are finding it hard to make a decision on their career. With these tips it'd be easy to choose a career path that's suitable.
This article offers tips on how to be a successful teacher.
This is a poem about the Sun and all it does, which has been inspired by Brenda's word prompt.
This article is about my childhood memories of which has been inspired by Brenda's word prompt for the 14th week "childhood".
This article is about ways to boost Students'motivation and encourage active classroom participation.
This article is about Raindrops and it's inspired my Brenda Alerdge.
This article centers on the basis if effective methods to teach vocabulary.
Tips to succeed as a student.
Ispired by Brenda's word prompt "Today".
This article is a very brief summary on how I became a teacher.
This is article is a response to Brenda's word prompt "proof".
This article centers on "life", its challenges and beauty. It is inspired by Brenda Arledge's word prompt " life"
This article seeks to encourage students and teachers on the need to read broadly for better learning outcomes.
This fictional story of May seeks to motivate people to be hopeful and understand that challenges are just part of the journey to success. Everything will be fine eventually.
This novel centers around the coming of age story of Kambili, a teenage Nigerian girl. The novel explores family dysfunction, abuse, religion, African identity, political unrest,hope and survival.
Devil on the Cross is a fictional novel that citicizes the capitalist system. It tells the story of Wariinga, a young Kenyan woman who struggles to survive due to social problems, dictatorship and expolitation by her boss.
This article uses the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte as a case study to examines the struggles of women in the society in victorian era. No matter how we fight for equality the society is still pretty much patriarchal and I hope we find the courage to keep striving and never give up.