August 18, 2014

the-5sauce-feels:

IS ACCURATE OR WHAT?!

*not my pictures/gifs, cred to owners*

August 17, 2014
5sos-heroes:

GIVEAWAY!! 
GIVEAWAY!!




I’ve got two of these and thought I could do a little giveaway 

It’s ww and I pay for shipping so you only have to 

Follow me ( 5sos-heroes) 
Follow me on twitter @ linabazinga
REBLOG 


Follow me on Instagram 
Linamarieosorio( only if you want)

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5sos-heroes:

GIVEAWAY!!
GIVEAWAY!!


I’ve got two of these and thought I could do a little giveaway

It’s ww and I pay for shipping so you only have to

Follow me ( 5sos-heroes)
Follow me on twitter @ linabazinga
REBLOG


Follow me on Instagram
Linamarieosorio( only if you want)

( likes will only be seen as bookmarks)

August 5, 2014

queennhaz:

i’m 15 away from my next hundred, so if you’re 95% One Direction/5SOS reblog this and i’ll follow you!

July 21, 2014

michaelstripper:

credit to the owner who made this video

i just love watching this video because michael is one of the main reasons that i am still here, along with the other boys but i dont know why but michael for me is the reason that i am who i am now. He is the sweetest boy ever, even if i havent met him i know that he is and and i just want to thank him for everything he has ever done for anyone else and me.

July 21, 2014

5secondsofsummer-fanpage:

I feel like Michael isn’t appreciated as much as he deserves to be. REBLOG THIS IF YOU LOVE MICHAEL CLIFFORD.

July 18, 2014
fab-panda:

Reblog because everyone needs Ashton Irwin’s cuteness on their dash

{all credits go to the owner of this gif}

fab-panda:

Reblog because everyone needs Ashton Irwin’s cuteness on their dash

{all credits go to the owner of this gif}

June 28, 2014
twerk-calum:

So much love for this man-child

twerk-calum:

So much love for this man-child

June 25, 2014
me in the winter: how do you expect me to do things it's fucking freezing outside
me in the summer: how do you expect me to do things it's fucking hell outside
June 21, 2014
The Never-Ending Ode to You & Me

writingsforwinter:

I opened your heart like a text and found 24 messages,

all of them unanswered.

I loaded your kisses onto Noah’s Ark and the flood

washed away every single one of my lipstick prints.

I fell in love with you like slamming my head on the pavement:

something I didn’t want…

June 21, 2014

girlwithalessonplan:

everyfiredies:

wincherella:

teejay82:

msleahqueenhbic:

talesofan8thgradeteacher:

girlwithalessonplan:

gjmueller:

How To Take Cornell Notes

While there are many ways to take notes, Cornell Notes are among the most useful for pure academic study, but they’re also a bit complicated. Simpler forms like combination notes are easy to explain and use, but lack the depth a form like the Cornell System has.

See, I love them, but I can’t get students do do this.

I also teach a K/W/L  chart method, and it rarely sticks. 

(Three columns + 1 of notes on a reading:  What do you know from the reading?  What do you want to know [questions you have] What did you learn? [answers to those questions + further info gleaned from class discussion.) 

I love them too, and I feel like I spend a lot of time at the beginning of 7th grade teaching “how to take notes”. The 5th/6th team doesn’t have students take their own notes in any way, something I have expressed concern about. It becomes of the foundational units at the start of the year for my team. Here’s the thing though, note taking is SO personal. I like Cornell Notes as a base because there is built in organization.

For the beginning of 7th History, I assign the summary at the bottom as homework. It’s the only homework expectation for about 3 weeks, as I try to instill the habit of consistently looking over notes. By the time the kids are in 8th History (I have them back to back years for this), they can take notes in whatever manner works for them. About half stay with Cornell, and I see big difference long term with those who do. Yes, it requires a little extra effort, but I definitely feel like it pays off.

Any tips for students just starting their independent note taking?

We use a school - wide system of Cornell notes. We teach and reteach it obsessively. The students become very proficient because we do it in every class.

A few strategies that are used:
- Directed questions from instructors before reading or an activity
- Student questions that they must answer post activity
- Stop and jot
- Making setting up their Cornell notes a competition.
- It also helps to set up PowerPoint or SmartNotebook slides like their notebooks to guide them with where to put things.

For reference.

Ditto

The format of Cornell notes isn’t as powerful as the process of taking the notes and then reviewing them the next few days. The research Cornell did was more about the time needed to revisit the notes, add and revise the notes, ask clarifying questions about the notes, and then review them before the test. This process is what makes the notes so powerful, but you can follow this process with outline notes and it would still be effective. And you can format notes any way you want, but if you never look at them again, they won’t be helpful for you.

Look at all this conversation we are having!

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