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What Does Structure Mean

I think about beauty and taste. I mean, I think the work’s beautiful. Then I step back: what does that mean, to think the work’s beautiful? I think beauty has to do with biology, just like bees like flowers. People like certain things. Some people think my work is not beautiful. History, culture, fashion—it changes what people think all the time. And taste is tied to class, hierarchy, and social structure. Those words get mixed up: tasteful and beautiful. Though beautiful is supposed to be…

A student of mine asked, "What is a folktale?" I used this website to help support my answer : A folktale is a type of traditional story that tries to explain or understand the world. Such stories were orally passed down through the generations and feature morals or lessons. The stories usually take place long ago in a faraway place and are woven around talking animals, royalty, peasants, or mythical creatures.

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What Does the Fox Say an Onomatopoeia Activity

What Does the Fox Say an Onomatopoeia Activity This three day lesson focuses on Onomatopoeias in Poetry Using Ylvis poplar song. This is includes a teacher note guide with links to support the lesson An onomatopoeia vocab poster Two worksheets for the students to complete


Personality disorder Depression Anxiety Bipolar OCD Psychosis Schizophrenia All of these (and many, many more) are labels used to diagnose people. But what does this mean for someone? What happens when they are slapped with a label? Stigma Shame Support Relief Embarrassment Confusion Hopeless Just a few ideas around what diagnosis can mean for someone. As you can see, it's a mixed bag. We are confined to the structure of diagnosis that currently exists, which means we label people as a ...


The Act of Rigorous Forgiving

Every scandal is an opportunity either to strengthen the national fabric through the process of contrition and forgiveness or to further shred it.