I feel like I have this challenge to do something worthwhile with my students’ remaining 100 days of High School English. I have a genuine passion for my career of being a high school English teacher, which I realize makes me a nerd, but I can honestly say that I’m motivated to do something special with that 100 days. One way I am going to work toward this goal is by using my blog to write to my students. It will be a place to show them that their experiences with blogging and the writing process, and learning in general, are not that different than someone who has studied English in college for 6 years (bachelors and masters degrees), and has had a head start on the blogging situation. This 30-something English teacher from a rural school district in New York State, who is also a wife, mother of 2 toddlers who keep me up at night, and avid crafter, wants to work on my connection with my students and my own writing by writing. I am thankful you are also interested to read through my class’s journey through my posts to my blog, 100 days. Stay tuned!
This blog is an open discussion on citation in blog posts. I’ll start with my comment first. You add.
It is most important when citing in a blog post to give appropriate and thorough information to allow others to trace the path back to your source information.
Every story has a beginning, a middle, and an end, right? Right. But, no one ever said they always have to be told in that order. Sometimes, the best place to start your story is smack dab in the middle, or even at the end. In fancy-schmancy literary terms, this is called in medias res, […]