(thank you so much for this tip. I have been using white boards a lot lately and I'm scared of making this mistake!)
That would be because traffic circles are the best things ever.
First holes, second holes, rook on right ear, mid cartilage on right ear, "helix" (top cartilage) on my second ear. I usually only have my rook in because my nervous/ bored habit is to mess with my earrings... And then I bleed.
I'm reading "The House on Mango Street" for my Praxis II - I didn't realize it was a classic, just one of those things everyone aught to read. And it's an interesting read now. I think the condescending tone the author here uses is a bit uncalled for.
Sadly, I just got my work schedule. I knew it would happen, but I have to take off almost all Saturdays in March, so it didn't feel right asking off.
That is adorable.
Once I get my own class, I'm sure I will be calling them things like Pumpkins, also birds, fine bunch, etc.
If there are students who are struggling with, coming to terms with gender identity, or those who do not identify as either male or female specifically, and are gender fluid or gender queer, I want to be respectful of that.
7th grade is 12/13, so just at that age where it might not work.
Ooooh, I like "One and All". I will have to save that for a good moment...
I have used this for summer camp, but unfortunately, in high school, some classes are mixed grade, for elective kind of things.
When I was in high school, we were at band camp and the counselors tried the clap once thing. We hated them.
Mt. Laurel is not close to NYC. Syracuse is upstate NY. Closer to Canada than NYC.
You are correct! In some cases, there are the regulars, who when they come in, will talk about the game, etc. etc. etc.
Injustice: Gods Among Us. I was drawn by the theme, and Boyfriend kicked my ass all the time because he does fighting games a little bit. But it didn't stop me!
Luckily I haven't had that, because my on FLCS is super chill and awesome, and helped me when I wanted to start reading.
Same as my username here.
When they announced that was the song, because I didn't get the red coat, I walked away and went, "Nope." That was my gut reaction.