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It's Difficult to Defend the Media in this Day and Age

Many of you know that I teach Mass Media and Communications -- Journalism is encompassed within this broad title -- and have done so now for 11 years. As a person who has read the newspaper for as long as I can remember, I must say that, while it can certainly be a challenge at times to teach this subject, it can also be very rewarding. As an aside, when I first interviewed at GS, I was informed that the person who got the position would have to teach the Journalism classes -- it was said to…

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Added by Jeremy Lenzi on April 18, 2013 at 8:25pm — No Comments

10 Ways to Increase Reading Scores

Has the growth and technology decreased reading scores? Are students reading less? This is a big topic of discussion in many education circles. Everyday students are on computers, Ipads, Kindles and other devices. Students are getting information much faster and they are very enticed by three dimensional images. In spite of all of this technology it is still important to read. Learning to read feeds students brains and it challenges them to grow intellectually and emotionally. Students…

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Added by Dr. Stephen Jones on February 11, 2012 at 6:05pm — No Comments

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I've published free printables on 2016 Presidential Election for Students

MakeBeliefsComix has published a series of new printables to encourage students to express their views of the 2016 Presidential Election. The free printables can be downloaded and printed at: http://www.makebeliefscomix.com/Printables/PrintablesThumbs.php?category=Elections_and_PoliticalAs am example: Imagine that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sat down together in your school…See More
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MakeBeliefsComix.com Publishes Free Printables on Presidential Election 2016 for Students

Dear colleagues, MakeBeliefsComix has published a series of new printables to encourage students to express their views of the 2016 Presidential Election. The free printables can be downloaded and printed at: http://www.makebeliefscomix.com/Printables/PrintablesThumbs.php?category=Elections_and_PoliticalAs an example of a printable:  Imagine that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sat…See More
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Essay Writing Made Easy with These Online Tools

If you’re studying a foreign language, one of the best ways to master it is to write essays in that language. Because your essay requires flawless grammar, punctuation and spelling, it makes complete sense that creating a paper in a foreign language will help you get the hang of the nuances of it. Also helpful is the use of phrases and terms you don’t necessarily use in everyday conversations. To get the job done right, you’ll need to get online and make use of the many tools out there that can…See More
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