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Yesterday when I was on Pinterest, I saw this infographic chart from Goglobe.com. I thought it would be a great visal aids for student's speaking activities. The chart is not only easy to understand but also provide up to date insights to Chinese current society and culture. The chart can be used for chinese 1( we are learning numbers right now, it fits right in) and Chinese 3( the charts provides the opportunity to practice a bunch of vocabulary such as "social media, most, compare,shopping,
Hello, everyone! I am a woman of simple tastes: there are certain specific sounds that warm me up inside, more than most other sounds, and I have made a compilation of sorts of those exact sounds: The sounds, in order, are a kitten meowing, a train whistle going off, a thunder storm, and waves crashing... Continue Reading →
When reading the article/ interview “How Ancient Legends Gave Birth To Modern Superheroes” by Evan Narcisse who interviewed Jess Nevins, I got a better grasp on what a superhero is and who might be classified as one. After reading it, I have realized that it does not matter whether you wear a cape or normal …