Title: Journeys C ommon C ore: C atholic Identity Edition Authors: James F. Baumann, David J. Chard, Jamal Cooks, J. David Cooper, Russell Gersten, Marjorie Lipson, Lesley Mandel Morrow, John J. Pikulski, Hector H. Rivera, Mabel Rivera, Shane Templeton, Sheila W. Valencia, Catherine Valentino, MaryEllen Vogt, Irene Fountas Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company ISBN: […]
Title: Second chances Author: Maria Phalime Publisher: Pearson Imprint: Maskew Miller Longman ISBN: 978-0-636-15067-0 Title: Doorways Author: Charmaine Kendal Title: The C lub Author: Stephen Finn Publisher: Pearson Imprint: Maskew Miller Longman ISBN: 978-0-636-17652-2 Reviewed by: Fiona de Villiers Second chances, a short novel by Maria Phalime, The Club, a short play by Stephen Finn […]
Title: Nora Webster Author: Colm Tóibín Publisher: Viking (Penguin) ISBN: 978-0-670-91815-7 Reviewed by: David Lea Colm Tóibín’s Costa award-winning novel Brooklyn told the story of a young Irish woman who emigrated to a new life and opportunities in America in the 1960s. The town that she left, Enniscorthy, on the south-east coast of Ireland, is […]
A common error new teachers make is that they anthropomorphise teenagers. They make the faulty assumption that teenagers are human. Forgive them. In their ignorant ‘love-the-world’ state, it is excusable. One should remember that animal lovers are prone to the same mistake about the rat-sized animals on their laps loosely classified as ‘dogs’.
If the summer holidays prevented your students from celebrating Computer Science Week in December last year, you and your students can log onto http://hourofcode.com/us right now.
It’s a bitter irony that a school in the state of Delaware in the US that recently outfitted all staff members with handheld whiteboards that double up as bulletproof shields bears the name Gunning.