My Blog- Single Mom Navigating Through Life

I recently moved all my content to another wordpress blog.  If you want to see my lastest entries come visit me at my new site: singlemomnavigatingthroughlife.blog

I am a single mother of two teenage children.  My kids have been the center of my life for the last ten years and as I get closer and closer to them being grown I struggle with my feelings. I teach English and ESL at the high school level. I have a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction and I am currently working on my certification to teach Dual Credit English. I would love to work with pre-service teachers on what it really looks like to be in a classroom. I love to travel and I will indulge in it as often as possible. I am unlucky in love and it seems it always gets me into trouble. Although I have already been married and divorced twice, I still hope to find that forever kind of happiness I deserve. I’m not really interested in getting married again but I would like to share my life with someone special. I use this blog as a therapeutic way to deal with motherhood and my relationships.  I hope you are able to relate to my ramblings.

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Cell Phone Use in Classrooms

Journal: Multimodal Texts Rhetorical Situation: Student cell phone use in the classroom According to my school’s student handbook, students are not supposed to use cell phones during class without permission from the teacher. The problem is that most students refuse to actually put away cell phones during class. They fail to see the problem with […]

Frankenstein Lesson Plan

Frankenstein Unit *This unit is based on two classes a week that meet for 90 minutes The lessons here reflect classroom activities. There is also an Edmodo Class that will contain additional activities and quizzes. The Code to join the class is: ydykh2. I hope you are able to join the class and see the […]

Fly in the Ointment

“The Fly in the Ointment of Society”     [Type the author name] 10/29/2017   “Since most people viewed insects, as they still do, as insignificant, disagreeable, or dangerous, they had no fellow feelings with insects, no affectionate attitudes to them. They are the nearest to aliens that we encounter” (Perkins 5). David Perkins expressed […]

 

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