What Not to Miss When Teaching Fahrenheit 451

This post originally appeared on the blog Faulkner’s Fast Five. There is so much to teach and learn when reading Ray Bradbury’s magnum opus: Fahrenheit 451. I’m compiling this list of not-to-miss points when teaching this novel after having taught it for years and years, but also with the disclaimer that every time I teach it, I see something new. However, these five aspects of the book...
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8 Topmost Reasons Why Education Is Extremely Important

There are so many definitions of education that one can find. But the one that most inspires me is this: “Education is the act of teaching people how to find and use information in solving problems.” Therefore an educated person is the one who is able to search and utilize information to overcome any difficult obstacle in any area of his life. So it is not more of attaining academic degrees...
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Top 5 Ways Of Teaching A First Grade Child At Home

Most first grade kids will start not to like school at this age if they feel that they're not smart or that they're not doing well, so give your child extra doses of support at this stage. First graders are able to talk more about their feelings, so be sure to listen and help out if your child gets discouraged. Here are the important learning milestones children will typically go through in...
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How To Identify Your Child’s Learning Style (New eBook)

"Click2Sell is an authorized reseller of " If you’re a parent, guardian, sibling, teacher or coach and you’re tired of chasing your kids or students around for lessons and want a proven well-tested strategy to deal with this problem then you need this eBook.The brand new How To Identify Your Child’s Learning Style is now available to download in text PDF. This complete guide will show you...
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