I love how writing is right up there with speaking and reading. Kind of makes it sound like it's just a wee bit important, huh? I'm often perplexed at its absence though. Time is a typical excuse. Okay, I can empathize. It's a valid issue. I feel the time crunch as much as the next teacher. Are there ever enough minutes in the day? It makes me wonder though, "What's third on the list then?" Speak, read, and... fill in the blank. What's in the blank that eats up time and pushes daily writing to the bottom of the list?
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Saturday Sayings: Fill in the Blank
I've had a hankering to post semi-regularly about my favorite professional quotations that I love to collect. They're so much a part of the teacher I am today. Cheesy? I suppose so but very true nonetheless. (Certainly can't say that about teacher's manuals or curriculum, for that matter.) If interested, look here to read about how I collect and store quotes from my professional reading. I was really hoping I could use the word "Quotations" in the post title, but I wanted to be alliterative and I couldn't find a day of the week that began with Qu. Thus, Saturday Sayings might have to do.