One final comment and question. As I read the book, I was struck by how well you blended rich theological truth with your own life story in a very conversational style.
I really enjoyed reading it. How did multilingualism matter in the medieval period? In pursuing these questions, you will study some of the most significant and beautiful books held by the university libraries of Cambridge and Stanford.
They were seriously ALL writing and working for a full 60 minutes today! This ties so nicely to many of our writing units--we want students to state a "claim" or a thesis and then prove it with detailed evidence from the text. I loved the cartoons that illustrate the process of sanctification, starving the flesh.
Any tips for using it with teenagers? Students are sharing like crazy and are lining up to read me some of their best lines Do not be satisfied with the first thesis which comes to mind. Please read them carefully. Tomorrow we begin drafting our "mini" stories.
So, inquiring minds want to know: The Digging Deeper team of scholars from Stanford and Cambridge reveals how to investigate manuscripts within repository settings and through online resources, what to look out for when confronted with manuscript images, and how to exploit all the information a manuscript offers.
We typically respond to a request within three business days, Monday to Friday. Students have character quotations, key events, and even character feelings tracked as "things to discuss" in book clubs so they have lots of good material to use in their writing!
Talk about deepening understanding!I’m actually writing a out of character arc in the sequel to Into the Realm.
In Rise of the Dark Walker, my main character, Carter, has gone from snarking, and explosive temper, to neck lifts, and intimating torture to find his love who’s been abducted.
The last few days have been spent working on their "perspective writing" and the students are LOVING getting into the role of two different characters to tell about critical turning point in the book.
It helps that the book club books were "meaty" and we had great discussions along the way. A couple days back, I had the joy of writing a brief review of Josh Harris’ new book, Dug Down Deep.
Thus far init’s easily in my top two or three favorite reads for its clarity, warmth, usefulness, and rich blend of theological truth and lived truth. I highly commend it. Since reading Dug Down Deep, I asked Josh if he would be willing to answer a couple other questions about the book.
Soaringwords, Digging Deep Journal. 9 part Soaringwords Book Club video series based on digging deep journal for Young People Facing Health Challenges.
Soaringwords filmed six Digging Deep activity videos with patients and families at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital in. Digging Deeper Into Writing Workshop Components: Grades K-6 Handouts Maggie Moon NESA November 8th & 9th, Dubai. Digging deeper means digging deeper than the self.
“Be imitators of me ” teaches the apostle. By the time junior or senior year rolls around, students should have a favorite intellectual, a favorite theologian, a favorite philosopher. Digging deeper means not writing essays as yourself, but writing essays as Rousseau, as Burke, as Aeschylus.Download