by The Mike The Janitor Experience
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Tags: mike the janitor, challenger, nasa
Mike The Janitor reflects on a tragic moment in time that affected us all. He also reflects on where he was at the age of 13-years old when the tragedy occurred.
by Ka's channel
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Tags: different types of personalities, meryl streep, versatile actress
Hi my name is Kelly White. And I'm interviewing my mom. Ok mom say hello say hello. Hello. Alright. Who is your favorite woman actress and why? I think I'm gonna go with Meryl Streep. She is just a really a very versatile actress. She can portray a lot of different types of personalities and she's always a strong woman. She's always makes it in the end. Most of the movies like that. So is that basically how she portrays herself on all movies such a strong woman figure who really doesn't take anyone craft. Well there are some movies that she does need ___. But when she gets comes out you know very she said comes out it and that ___
by Karen's phlog
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Tags: karen craig, life experiences, community of learners
This I believe a teachers are save(?) by Karen Craig. I believe the teaching means learning. Yes I believe this. I believe that I learned as much from my students if I teach them. I look forward to the interaction with students each day as we learn discover and question together. The most valuable part of learning from one another involves reading writing and discussion. It is then we discover new things about each other about ourselves too. It is then that we share life experiences and learn to see from one another's perspective. I changed my mind often expand my world view and evolve as I engage with the students. We listen to each other and share with each other and in this way our classroom becomes a community. A community of learners often as when we least expected that the aha moments that's form learning occur. I love to see that light bulb go on for my students. ___
This I believe a teachers essay(?) by Karen Crag(?). I believe the teaching means learning yes I believe this I believe that what I learned is much from I've seen as I teach them every day I look forward to the interaction with students each day again as we learn discover and question the most valuable part of learning from one another I think involves meeting and discussion and as then we discover new things about each other and about ourselves too it is then that we share life experiences and ___ from another person's perspective which is the cracks(?) of learning. I change my mind to expend my whole view and evolve as I engage with the students we listen to each other and share with each other and in this way our classroom becomes a community of learning often as when we least expected to be our home(?) moments that's fun learning to occur I love to see that light bulb go on for my students. I love to see the students get excited about learning new things and make such good
by Susan's channel
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Tags: thirtieth birthday, favorite quotes, sixty years
Growing Older I had a conversation with a colleague this week who was celebrating her thirtieth birthday. She said she wasn’t complaining, but thirty is just such a big number! That had me doing some serious thinking. My big number of the year doubles hers! I will be sixty years old in a few months! Does that bother me? Not even a little bit. My dad had such a healthy view of aging that he passed on to me. He always embraced every birthday as “the biggest one yet”! One of his favorite quotes was, “Birthdays aren’t so bad when you consider the alternative!” He passed away four years ago at age eighty-five, having celebrated nearly sixty-six years of marriage to my mother, and giving his family a wonderful example to follow. I’ve considered the place where I find myself at (almost) age sixty: I’m at a place of learning and growing…in my family, in my career, in my personal life. I’ve been married for 38 ½ years to my best friend, growing more comfortable in the quiet or in the silly moments together. Brave enough to take a few trips out of the country together in the last couple of years. I’m mother to three adult children who now believe that I’m a little smarter than they once thought I was. Now I’m able to be a friend as well as parent, sharing their successes and lending a shoulder (or some money!) when tough times come. I’m grandmother to three of the most wonderful little ones, enjoying rocking them as babes, snuggling with them. But I also love playing ball or tag or swimming with them, reading to them/ with them, trying to play a new video game or two…. Just watching them grow. I’ve switched roles with my mother, providing her care, answering her repeated questions, giving her the unconditional love that she’s always had for her family. I find myself learning daily in my job: from classes, TIS colleagues, teachers, students, readings, and hands-on experience. I feel like there is so much for me to learn and so little time to learn it. A new job and a new challenge was exactly what I needed for this year. I don’t think I’m ready for retirement yet! I try to save a little time for me. I love to read and certainly take advantage of the ebooks from our local library. I listen to audio books on my phone or Kindle, making the most of travel time and chore time. I have a “refresh your French” audio book on hold, but I’m not sure if my brain is really up for that! I try to make time to exercise regularly. I started jogging a few years ago and have completed a few 5Ks. I don’t have a genuine bucket list, but just try to do what my mama says daily and “Take one day at a time”, enjoying every moment of each! I truly believe that life’s not over, till it’s over… and who knows? I may even try a zip line this summer!
Hi Greg are you home? No I said you're away. Oh when you leave. Oh but ten fifteen minutes ago. And with John and Riley. Ok but haven't here to the house right. Yeah. Oh I said your mom's house I think. And close up there through to something. Ok. But you guys home cos ___
This is Sarah Colston(?) I believe. No she's not she's not in the office at the moment. Can leave her a message. Do you know when she'll be back. I don't know but ___ her email so if I email her she'll ___ me come back to you. Oh she's not in the office today so. No I know something alright thanks oh that's fine I'll email her. Ok thank you. Thanks.
by Julie's channel
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Tags: modern language association, roller coaster, six flags
Hi Cornelius, I wanted to compliment you, thing the correct heading for your paragraph. The only thing is the comma actually goes after the number twenty instead of between the month and the date also modern language association who makes our guidelines sticky(?) they don't want any extra spaces between the heading and the paragraph. Ok regarding the paragraph I certainly see why you chose to write about six flags(?) especially since one of the model paragraph was about writing a roller coaster. I recommend that you go back and re read that sample paragraph because it wasn't simply about you know hey this is the roller you know this is a roller coaster and this is main feature here's another roller coaster and it's main feature. It was more about one moment on writing the roller coaster in that that moment just be the or there's few moments.
by Estel's Excellent English
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Tags: doubts, influence, decisions
Hello Katie! I'm doing this iPadio because I want to explain you about the person who has influenced me in a good way in my life. I decided to talk about Raquel who is a friend I met in the university and the truth is she has helped me a lot in important moments when I had to take big decisions. For example when Hernan asked me to go to leave with him I was afraid and I had many doubts because it was very big for me but she said: "just do it, if it doesn't work..."