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  1. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 1 day ago


  2. Adele Derwald commented on Betty about 1 month ago

    You open any book and start reading. If you don’t want to know what happens next two to three pages in, pick another one.

    As a kid I’d take out five to six books a week from the public library and start reading them on the way home. Always looking up when crossing a street, though :-) After bedtime I’d read with a flashlight underneath the blankets and the only punishment my mom could think of was to cut the TV – so I’d just have more time to read, then :D

  3. Adele Derwald commented on Betty about 1 month ago

    Yes. I find that when I listen to music while reading, lyrics and book have got to be in different languages. Anyway, for me the only music for concentrated work is Bach and other Baroque composers. Bach has done wonders for me studying for exams, too.

  4. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 2 months ago

    I hate soap that smells like food. I’d be eternally hungry! Vanilla is already all I can tolerate. Give me lavender, citrus, or those aloe soaps with neutral smell.

  5. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 3 months ago

    Yeah… I never quite got that one, and it kinda hurts my feelings. Only those who can do can teach. The others might talk, but no one will learn anything.

  6. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 4 months ago

    Exactly, mandalas are for everyone. My students like them, too. They’re great after a test or at the end of a long day. Even the 11-year-old boys ask for them.

  7. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 4 months ago

    I like fried okra, too, although I’d never seen or heard of it before I went to live Florida. I can understand why some wouldn’t like it, though. I guess you either love it or hate it :-)

  8. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 4 months ago

    Add cyclists to that. I get around in any of the three ways and am sure glad I know how the others’ brains work at any given moment.

  9. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 4 months ago

    That’s the problem with these road-rage people: They think that they can “educate” all the others.
    Anyway, I ain’t never seen road rage in North America like we have here in Buenos Aires. It’s the default way to drive!

  10. Adele Derwald commented on For Better or For Worse 4 months ago

    Yes, they do. I apply the same system with my students. And if they argue, I’m happy to tell them that my classroom is NOT a democracy.

    Side note for teachers: I also recently discovered the Hogwarts-house idea. They all play in groups for a prize and if someone messed up, the whole group gets points taken off. At age 11, that works quite nicely. I haven’t had to write a discipline slip in weeks :-)