When you were little, there were certain stories you loved to hear, and if you were fortunate, you were able to pester parents to read your favorite book over and over again. Maybe you couldn’t go to sleep unless you heard the usual bedtime story. As you grew up, you.
In addition to the literary vocabulary you’ll develop over the year, there are a few words and phrases you need to know if you want to communicate well here: Student, Studenting (v., part.): to student is to perform the behaviors that result in learning; these are the characteristics of effective.
The students who have preceded you have reported that entering our classroom is like entering a strange world where everything you thought you knew is put to question. They say that the first sign of strangeness is the bathroom rule, the one where you’re not allowed to ask permission; you.
You’re tired. You finally had a weekend where there wasn’t much you had to do, and the invisible forces that exist to remind you that time is a manipulable concept and not a fact stole from you an hour of sleep. That’s messed up. But because I care, and because.
By now, you’re probably all familiar with the image I’ve painted of myself at my Google party. There I am, with all my invitations (sans RSVP) distributed to all my so-called friends, standing slightly off to the side of the window that lets me see the road from the living.