Thank you for your nice reply. I just have to tell you that TODAY IS MY DAY!!! I had a bit of a health issue and just got my test results today. I am OK!!! You have no idea (you probably do) how that feels. Thought of mortality were on my mind for the last three weeks – not much sleep there. As I have mentioned, many unfortunate things and events happened to me in past. I am nearly broke (financially), BUT I am not broken!!! And that feels so damn good. I am on my way now – no matter what. I feel very good. This is another start. Back home in Oz, recovering and keep fighting. I will win!!! Keeps in touch man and thank you
rant’s inner conflict stems from his experiences in education, including his exposure to the cynical Antoine. Inspired by years of study, Grant wants to make great changes in his hometown. Grant’s behavior defies stereotype, but in order to live, he must follow certain rules that make his small moments of defiance futile. The losing battle between small rebellions and survival becomes clear in Grant’s conversation with Guidry. Grant takes pride in flouting Guidry’s racist expectations by using grammatical English and maintaining his ... Read more →
Provide each student with a copy of the Earhart biography or an alternative reading passage. Give students a specific amount of time to read the assigned passage. When they are finished reading, have them use the remaining time to consider the facts they might include in a summary of the passage. Then have students turn over the paper and write a paragraph summarizing the most important elements of the reading selection. While writing, do not allow students to turn over their papers to return to the reading. After they complete their writing, allow students to turn their papers over and use the passage to correct any misinformation or to revise and edit their summaries.