(LIBERTY) BELL WORK
Read the sentence below.
Do you see any problems?
Do not rewrite the sentence. In fact, don't even fix the sentence. Instead, on your paper, tell the writer three things that need to be corrected.
john, ben, and tom, worked together
at the factory.
Augment the sentence below to greatly improve it. Record your improved sentence on your paper.
She is proud.
*Augment: make (something) greater by adding to it
Using today's lesson set,
create a list of words to fit in the categories below.
Pay particular attention to spelling patterns.
Define the following words:
Write the target number in the "bull's eye".
In the 20 other open sections of the target,
write equations to equal the target number.
Today's number is 2.
For example, if the target number is 36, the student may write expressions like the ones here (right):
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Lots of things happened during the Second Congress, some of which we have already discussed in class, and some of which we will still present in the coming days. Consider parts of today's presentation to be both a review of the past and a preview of things to come.
Arrogance Vs. Humility
When George Washington was nominated to be the commander-in-chief, his response was given in humility.
Get a little taste of what the Congress might have looked and sounded like in this video. What do you think of John Hancock's demeanor here?
Contrast his mood with George Washington's. What lesson about humility vs. pride can we learn?
Watch heavy-weight boxer Muhammad Ali, described as the "King of Trash Talk" present himself to the press.
Ali's big talk was part of his charm most of the time, but can you imagine George Washington telling the Second Continental Congress how he was "the greatest" and most qualified for the task. I wonder what that would have looked like. Would arrogance have earned Washington the position of commander-in-chief, or was humility part of his charm?
and the kind of pride people should have in themselves or their work?