How do you communicate with other people during one day? Do you talk face to face with them? Do you text them? Facetime them? Email them? Humor me. Take a minute and check how many text messages and emails you received in the last 24 hours. I’ll wait.
Macbeth Shakespeare Tableau A fun and easy way to wrap up any play or novel! I plan to make a blog post about this soon, so that I can share more about this! Each student received a color version of their act! #wouldbebetterincolor #shakespeare #novelstud
For use by professional and parents with students 3rd grade and up. An important life skill is coping with boredom when participating in groups. The Boring Moments Poster uses humor to explicitly state the “expected” and “unexpected” behaviors related to boredom. While a teacher cannot prevent a group of students from momentary boredom, she/he can encourage students to be bored in a more “expected” way.
Emotions play an important role in the way we communicate at home and work. It’s the way you feel, more than the way you think, that motivates you to communicate or to make decisions. The way you react to emotionally driven, nonverbal cues affects both how you understand other people and how they understand you. If you are out of touch with your feelings, and don’t understand how you feel or why you feel that way, you’ll have a hard time communicating your feelings and needs to others...