Monthly Archives: February 2012

“Exploring Christain Ethics” a conversation

This is a reflection of a book and two articles that I’ve read: Fedler (2006) discusses many models of ethical theories including egoism, deontology, utilitarianism, and virtue, and discusses different aspects of these models including how they relate to Christianity. … Continue reading

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Tiger writing lesson and assessment

We started by my reading of two non-fiction books on tigers, and then we used 5 copies of a shorter book to group read. After three days of reading, writing, and learning about the biology of the big cats I … Continue reading

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Write & Draw Handwriting Lessons

These are student examples from different lessons and students. We use a strategy of repeating several aspects. One the first day we read several non-fiction books, then connect vocabulary with prompt sentences. On the second we review the books and … Continue reading

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