GCSE English Language and Literature coursework folders had been selected by WJEC’s secure website and we had to get them annotated and graded up.
PHEW - glad that’s over!
Now… will be less busy! haha
Sky’s the limit, any grade level or subject. Photo replies enabled for those of you clever with them there memes.
Children want to write. They want to write the first day they attend school. This is no accident. Before they went to school they marked up walls, pavements, newspapers with crayons, chalk, pens or pencils… anything that makes a mark.
The child mark says, “I am.”
“No, you aren’t,” say most school approaches to teaching writing.” —Donald Graves (via monkfishjowls)
Whilst I was scrolling through my dashboard this evening, I was aware that many of the posts under the ‘reading’ tag are for ‘The hunger Games’.
Interestingly, there are just as many negative reviews as there are for the positive- I loved it - will fangirl madly -reviews. It’s certainly a conversation shaker.
The book is sitting on my kindle, waiting to be read. Really though? I’m just celebrating the fact that this book is getting more young people reading.
does reading a book in one narrative mode make it so hard for me to write in any other during the duration of reading it?