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text 2017-04-04 20:59
Oh, the Places You'll Go! - Dr. Seuss

Oh, the Places You’ll Go! is a childhood classic written by Dr. Seuss. It is a motivational story geared toward any individual who is on their way to beginning a new chapter in their life. It is the perfect book to award to anyone you are doing a sendoff for. This book’s Lexile reading level is AD600L, and it can be read by children or adults of any age. For my classroom, it would be great to give each student a copy of the book at the end of the year, especially when they may be graduating from kindergarten or even fifth grade. I think this is the perfect way to offer your students a piece of encouragement for their future years to come. In my family, we gave a copy to two of my cousins when they graduated high school and joined the military. We passed it around the family and each of us wrote a special note on a page of our own to tell them how much we loved them and how we knew they had such a bright future ahead of them. This book is the perfect way to show how much you care, whether it be for members of your family or for your students! In terms of analyzing this book in the classroom, students could look at the rhymes used throughout the book. This would be a delightful book to use for a poetry lesson.

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review 2016-11-06 21:19
Oh, the Places You'll Go! - Dr. Seuss

This can really be read for any grade level but for this particular activity, I would say 4th-6th. Since using it for older grades it would be a fun way to read a picture book again since they have already transitioned to chapter books, also because most students will be able to catch the metaphors. You could read this book to your class, maybe after having had a career week, maybe even red ribbon week since that is about saying no to drugs. That has a lot to do with making a better person out of yourself. After reading the book to the students they could write a short paper about what they want to be when they grow up and why they want to do that particular job. This is a great gift for graduation!

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text 2016-07-02 09:07
A Very Important Note

Yesterday exactly five years ago, I graduated high school.

 

Yesterday I graduated (magna cum laude) as Master in the Biomedical Sciences!

 

It's rather weird. The time has passed so quickly, it seems only yesterday when I was starting my studies and five years looked so long (a substantial part of my life), and now here I am. It has been the most amazing time, both in and out of college (I've also starting the reviewing and blogging which I enjoy a lot) and I just wanted to share it with all of you!

 

And now, I will enjoy some well deserved vacation!

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review 2016-03-02 00:00
Graduation Day
Graduation Day - Joelle Charbonneau This review was originally posted on Bookish Things & MoreThis one had me on the edge of my seat. How is she going to do what is asked of her? Who is she going to trust to help her get the job done?

The conclusion plays a major focus on the decisions that Cia must make. Can she do what has been asked of her? Cia still goes through things with a logical approach. Even when there is a time crunch. She does everything in her power to expose the government, and get to the bottom of it.

I was second guessing all of my original thoughts as I was reading. This book kept me on edge and was a satisfying ending to the series.
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