Journal about yourself and find your way back to your own heart. When we know who we are, we’re more able to live with intention. The questions this month are meant to help you rediscover who you are right now. Read through, think about them, write or discuss. Come back to the ones that hit you most …
This handy little document is great to send home or keep close during book discussions. There are definitions and examples for inferring, summarizing, and synthesizing which come in handy for parents using this resource at home. You will also find specific questions to help students infer, summarize, synthesize, analyze, critique and recall basic information from the story!
Week 3: ABSTRACT NOUNS Word List. I know when coming up with my own word activities, all the words escape my head. Here's a helpful list, that will help that if it happen to you, too. From Free Teacher Worksheets.
LOVE -- in Greek. Strong's Word 26 -- agapé: love, goodwill Original Word: ἀγάπη, ης, ἡ Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: agapé Phonetic Spelling: (ag-ah'-pay) Short Definition: love Definition: love, benevolence, good will, esteem. // as used in John 15:13, for one