Category Archives: SOLSC2017

SOL17: Grandgirls and Reading

Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for providing a community for us to share our weekly slices. The grandgirls are growing up. One will be a teen next month, one is a preteen, and the youngest has just turned nine.  They’re … Continue reading

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SOL17: My OLW: Hope

Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for providing a place to share our weekly SOLs. I thought this might be a great week for a review of my OLW:  HOPE.  Looking through the search tool on my blog, I found seven … Continue reading

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SOL17: Choose Your Own Adventure in Learning

Thank you, Two Writing Teachers, for providing space each week to share our slices. So sometimes,  a conversation with a colleague spurs my brain into overtime.  On Friday the conversation was about creating a space in class (30minutes once a … Continue reading

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Sol17: Reflecting on the SOLSC17 Challenge

Thank you to everyone at Two Writing Teachers for the March SOLSC challenge.  They put so much into the planning, the prizes, making the new slicers feel welcomed and encouraging us all to write. It seems that each year for … Continue reading

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SOLSC17: 29/31, Student Poetry Postcards

Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for holding space for us to sharing our writing every Tuesday.

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SOLSC17: 26/31, 6 Words

Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for holding space for us to sharing our writing every Tuesday.

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SOLSC17: 24/31, Poetry Friday: Remembering Dad

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