While throwing out a bag of old notebooks filled with curriculum coursework requirements from my educational graduate courses …a worksheet fell out of one notebook…and there was a white sheet with a black dot in the center. How could I have forgotten that lesson? I was trying to remember the name of the course and failed, but I do remember it was the first activity we did in the class. From that first lesson on…I was captivated by the number of life lessons I took away from the course.
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Classic Bill Rogers Video Series. Having established the idea in my mind that I was a pretty good teacher, it was a massive shock to discover that in my new context, I was a novice. It was humbling. To begin with I struggled just to get a class to listen suffering routine humiliation at the hands of a certain Year 9 class and I went through a terrible phase years?
Knowing when to use dot, dot, dot, or the ellipsis as it is formally named, is something that does not come naturally to many writers, and it is one of the most commonly misused punctuation marks in existence. One of the main causes for this confusion concerns the fact that the dot, dot, dot has evolved into a punctuation mark that is frequently used in informal communications, often to denote a pause or that some information is missing. While this is perfectly acceptable, the ellipsis has been increasingly overused to the point that many people litter their writing with multiple period marks to the extent that it often loses all meaning. In this article we take a look at the ellipsis, what it looks like and, most importantly of all, when it should and should not, be used.
This is a life focusing essay that came to us yesterday. We think it is a fantastic reminder and a wonderful piece to have and reflect upon. I am sharing it with as many people as I can. One day a professor entered the classroom and asked his students to prepare for a surprise test. They all waited anxiously at their desks for the exam to begin.