ITBS Week begins March 4, 2013. As of this week, all classes are in the process of test prep, which includes applying test taking skills and tips to practice drills in vocabulary, grammar, spelling, and reading comprehension. For editing reinforcement, go to Check This Out: Time for a Tune-up on this blog’s sidebar.
is up and running. Please see the writing samples from last week’s featured writers. Click on the category “Author’s Page”.
*Note: This weekend, I read the New York Times bestseller Hattie Big Sky by Kirby Larson, which I heartily recommend. The author captures the spirit, the grit, the courage, and the angst of Montana homesteaders. In setting this work of historical fiction during World War I, Larson is able to offer compelling, often disturbing, insights on American “patriotism”.
The lifetime accomplishments of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel – his impact on the Civil Rights Movement, his challenges to all freedom fighters, and his vision for humanity, spearhead our recognition of Black History Month.
Throughout the month of February, students in LA classes 6-8 will research, recite, respond and reflect on praying with one’s feet.