Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Morning, Noon, and Night
My life for the last week and a half-it seems like it has been so much longer than that-has been all about work. Lesson plans, behavioral plans, Individual Education Plans. Top it off with major logistical problems, such as not having an email address, or access to the online grading and attendance system, no key to my classroom, and you get the picture. The good news is that I still really like the students I am working with, and I am enjoying all of the new information I am consuming and teaching.
I am feeling a bit lost on the purpose of my blog right now, and I am not really sure if anyone is still reading it, but for now I guess I will post some of the material that I am working ,or with, as that is basically my life right now.
I used this interview to start off a lesson on the Bill of Rights, the kids really got into it, and they are not easily motivated. The gentleman being interviewed is pretty funny if you have time to listen to it, even though the law is bogus, and slightly unconstitutional.
Baggy Pants Law