Monthly Archives: July 2012

A list of conservative web sites and topics:

I’ve been catching up through my email and found some very interesting links. These have a conservative slant. Enjoy. Amnesty: (or illegal aliens) http://www.examiner.com/article/it-s-about-the-money-est-pido-not-votes http://www.wnd.com/2012/07/obama-plans-massive-2nd-term-amnesty-order-for-illegals/ http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/07/31/recidivism-rate-for-illegal-immigrants-nearly-20-percent-dhs-records-show-as/?test=latestnews http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2012-06-01/opinion/os-ed-everify-pro-060112-20120531_1_illegal-immigration-employment-eligibility-document http://www.theblaze.com/stories/report-illegal-aliens-released-by-federal-govt-committed-19-murders-142-sex-crimes/ Bailouts History of U.S. Gov’t Bailouts: http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/video/us-bridges-roads-built-chinese-firms-14594513?tab=9482930?ion=1206853&playlist=14594944 http://www.propublica.org/special/government-bailouts Common Core Info: or … Continue reading

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Building empathy and thus discouraging bullying

The last couple of weeks for the teaching emplacements blog I have been discussing bullying and its contributors. In honor of Jody Richard’s request, here is another one. This week I would like to provide some ideas on how to … Continue reading

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More notes on blog advice

I came across a page of notes from a blogging panel I attended. This may have come from my visit of Story@HOme conference. These are very old notes so we’ll see how coherent they are. – Web setup: Loggert, blog … Continue reading

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Difference between waist and waste:

Waist = part of the body between ribs and hips. I remember this in that I have a waIst and both have I. Waste = means trash. I remember this because it doesn’t have the “I” and Everything can eventually … Continue reading

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What I learned telling stories to a class of deaf or special needs students

This month I had the opportunity to present Traits of a Hero to a deaf class. I had some good student participation which was nice. Here is a short list of things I want to remember for future such events. … Continue reading

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SF/F book Awards:

Hugo Awards: http://dpsinfo.com/awardweb/hugos/ Nebula Awards: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nebula_Award_for_Best_Novel

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Emotional control, a means to prevent bullying:

I mentioned last week that my friend Jodi Richards, has asked that I come up with some object lessons to address bullying. Last week I addressed creating a positive legacy, Today I’ll address anger management. As I explore the possibilities … Continue reading

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Learning from other writers

I love when I can learn things from others and I thought why not post them here: The text is from material I’ve writien and the suggstions are given by other writers on how I can improve. As I improve … Continue reading

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The difference between clothes and cloths:

Cloths: is material or fabric that may not necessarily be attire that people wear. Clothes: is cloth that people wear. But guys and gals like wearing clothes so hE or shE will change their cloths to clothEs. The E in … Continue reading

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When conducting an Interview

In preparation for my interview of one of the staff of the Springville museum I wanted to collect some pointers about interviews and so I thought I’d share. – Learn about the person you’re going to interview by checking out … Continue reading

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