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a typical day of teaching Read More

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A simple yet inspiring answer by a student to his professor in the lecture hall. Inspiring! Hope this goes through to the readers and would love the opinions. Read More
In memory of my English teacher. As a sixteen year old I didn't like her, but now I feel sorry for her, although she was not a good teacher.. Read More

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A brief overview of what it's like to be a student, while working as a teacher assistant on the side. Read More
An essay on self-taught and growing up. Read More
So I'm teaching my friend how to write poetry and he gave me an idea that I would turn into a short poem as an example, the idea being: "Courage is not physical power, but mental strength." And I thought, "hell, why not? Let's upload it!" So without further explanation,… Read More
A teaching experience in another culture. Read More
mr. johnson had worked so hard to keep his job as a substitute teacher, hoping it would lead to a full time teaching job. it all came undone in one class. Read More

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about students they love you if you sincerely teach them! Read More
Our story accurately represents group polarization, conformity, and confirmation bias. Conformity is a social behavior influenced by other beliefs. Conformity is represented when Bobby gathers the kitties together to announce that they are better than Harold because they have the same fur, and Harold is different. All of the kitties… Read More
This is a piece dedicated to those in all forms of child care; from daycare to camps to teachers. I was gifted a brief, yet powerful moment of inspiration, joy, and passion. This is my most earnest attempt to pass it on. Read More

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Wonder what life's really like for the calm, patient and understanding middle aged teacher? Well this satire may shock, amuse and, above all, reveal the truth about the profession... Read More

Essay / Memoir

December 22, 2014

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A few words on Ernest Hemingway Read More
Jed Singer is on his way to a new job as a professor on the island of Chaos. The private university is run on the new business model seeking to milk profits. The students are being milked while the cynical officials of the school build up their wealth. Jed sees… Read More
Biblical doctrine is essential but too many churches are treating it as secondary. By looking at one qualification for elders we will see how wrong this actually is. Read More
A story involving the use of English as a second language and how one may build up resentment when having to become fluent in another language. Read More
Some people say Calvinism teaches that God must hate some people in order to send them to hell. I don't agree with this view as I believe God loves all people He just loves them differently and in ways that are hard to comprehend. However, I thought I would play… Read More

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A warning, an advice. Short text that expresses a moral. Read More

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this was an essay i had to write when i was a sophmore in high school.it is based off of the book the five people you meet in heaven. Read More
A story I compiled from stories brought back by beginning teachers. It's cute. It won a Winning Writers Most Commended Award from the novelty of its character description in the opening paragraph. Read More
Language patterns in Arabic are very different to language patters in English, therefore, in the beginning it can be confusing for people whose mother tongue is Arabic to grasp the pattern that varies so much from their own. Read More
Sometimes. It is quite hard to explain things to little kids. Enjoy!! Read More

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Emersyn Hart needed a new start, and maybe moving to Tennessee from Iowa to teach was just the thing. Though she’ll miss her family, she needs time and space to get over the events of the last year. Moving to a new state brings her new friends, and into the… Read More
This poem is about a doctor who witnesses the brutality inflicted on children on a daily basis in an Emergency Room. Read More

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How people become artists and how their brains function. Read More

Book / Young Adult

February 03, 2013

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I was just a regular 15 year old, loving life as much as my negative attitude would let me. I asked for trouble sometimes, but I didn't ask to be taken from what I knew, both literally and mentally. She was my teacher, as much as I disliked her, I… Read More

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Everyone is capable of learning, but a deep desire to learn is a critical component to successfully master new theories and abilities. It is human nature to have many learning styles. Read More
The worst timesoftrouble are coming upon a world of people with absolutely zero knowledge or preparation for the extreme suffering which lies ahead through the years ahead; and all because nobody want un-smooth truth. Read More

Book / Memoir

September 01, 2012

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Twenty-five years ago they bought a homestead, in the middle of Vancouver Island, on the water’s edge. There are still reflections off the small lake at the foot of Mount Benson- of gardens and vineyards and woodland encounters. Westwood Lake Chronicles is a dreamscape diary, a backyard inventory of life… Read More
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