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Recent Blog Posts by ENGW 3332 Students

Limbo: The state of “in between” Wednesday, 12 January 2011, 6:02 pm

What’s going on in my life and a look at a controversial, cutting edge perspective on education.

Source: No Really, I'm the Teacher... No Really, I’m the Teacher… | CasAlexandra

The 12 Days of Whataburger Tuesday, 21 December 2010, 2:11 am

Effort: 1 Savings: 2 Oops So, the 12 Days of Whataburger have been going on … this entire month. But it’s not too late for you to enjoy them if you haven’t already! Day 11 (free cinnamon buns I think?) is tomorrow and Day 12 is Thursday (12/23). Just go to the 12 Days of Whataburger [...]

Source: College Cheapskate College Cheapskate | collegecheapskate

COOK THIS, NOT THAT! Monday, 6 December 2010, 5:43 pm

Similar to Rocco DiSpirito book, Cook This, Not That, is another book with great recipes that are made with healthier choices. They also compare the item you are making with an item similar to what you would get at a restaurant; … Continue reading →

Source: Fresh Fifteen Fresh Fifteen | monstersofblog

The End Monday, 6 December 2010, 4:39 pm

This has been my blog. I hope you, the reader, have enjoyed it. I plan to continue blogging in the future. Maybe not on this topic, but on some other issue. Regardless, this is the end. There isn’t any more. Goodbye.

Source: Corn's Classical Compendium Corn’s Classical Compendium | noah

Malintzin as Conquerer Monday, 6 December 2010, 8:29 am

“Yo Soy Malinche” by Mary Louise Pratt is an interesting analysis of Malinche as conqueror rather than conquered. Had she been a man, there would be no ambiguity about her role in the Conquest. As a man, her choices would have been unambiguous. As a woman, however: Debate continues as to how her collaboration should

Source: La Malinche La Malinche | nimalintzin

"Tis The Season To Be Fearless" breaks the Christmas song mold Sunday, 5 December 2010, 5:39 pm

It’s that time of year again. Time to put all your regular music to the side and set your Christmas songs on repeat. And while you might not be able to escape infamous Christmas songs like, “I Want A Hippopotamus … Continue reading →

Source: Sights and Sounds Sights and Sounds | hollyaker

Two Weeks Left Sunday, 5 December 2010, 4:47 pm

Changes as my final month at the Learning Center wraps up.

Source: No Really, I'm the Teacher... No Really, I’m the Teacher… | CasAlexandra

One True Thing (1998) Sunday, 5 December 2010, 3:10 am

Plot: Ellen (Renee Zellweger) is a New York journalist returning home for her father’s birthday party. While Ellen admires her father, she doesn’t have the best relationship with her mother. During her visit home, Ellen discovers that her mother (Meryl Streep) is terminally ill. Her father (William Hurt) asks her to stay home and [...]

Source: Josiane's Blog Josiane’s Blog | josiane08

Quick and easy french toast recipe Saturday, 4 December 2010, 5:49 pm

For whatever reason, I woke up today motivated to make french toast. I don’t know if it was because I haven’t had french toast in such a long time or that I felt like I deserved something special for being … Continue reading →

Source: Sights and Sounds Sights and Sounds | hollyaker

Capoeira Wednesday, 1 December 2010, 5:42 pm

Intensive and a workout, the Capoeira can be considered a dance or martial arts, depending on who you talk to. I believe its an art form, rhythmic, and, thus, a dance. Therefore, I have added it in my blog post … Continue reading →

Source: Latin Dance Latin Dance | Latin Dance and Its History

Tough Cases Tuesday, 30 November 2010, 3:08 pm

A troubled class and it’s impact on another teacher.

Source: No Really, I'm the Teacher... No Really, I’m the Teacher… | CasAlexandra

La Cueca Tuesday, 30 November 2010, 3:02 pm

La Cueca is the national dance and folklore of Chile. This dance mimics the courtship of a chicken and rooster. The handkerchiefs you can see to the right symbolize feathers. Danced for years, la Cueca is influence by both African … Continue reading →

Source: Latin Dance Latin Dance | Latin Dance and Its History

Album Review: Weezer – Pinkerton:Deluxe Edition Tuesday, 30 November 2010, 7:23 am

It usually bothers me when I read reviews that use pronouns such as “I” or “me” (which I’ve done three times now already). But sometimes, there’s an album that is so innately personal to the reviewer that they can’t help but do so. The thing that makes Pinkerton stand out from all the rest is [...]

Source: Three Islands Three Islands | keleyeemoh

Shinkaiwatch 2010! Monday, 29 November 2010, 6:00 am

Makoto Shinkai, of “5 Centimers Per Second” fame, has just released the trailer for his next film, “Children Who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below.” (remember to change the quality to something approaching HD) This is a guy who really dislikes being compared to Hayao Miyazaki, of Studio Ghibli fame. I can’t possibly see why. [...]

Source: The Geek Symposium The Geek Symposium | Patrick

Common Elvish Phrases Saturday, 27 November 2010, 12:59 am

Here are some common phrases I found on this website: http://www.arwen-undomiel.com/elvish/phrases.html I just chose a few of my favorite ones that all humans should know. English: Hello Elvish: Mára aurë Phonetic pronunciation: Q, Mah-rah ow-ray English: Greetings Elvish: Suilaid Phonetic pronunciation: Soo-ih-lied English: A star shines on the hour of our meeting Elvish: Elen síla [...]

Source: Bilboblogginsatx's Blog Bilboblogginsatx’s Blog | bilboblogginsatx

Blake’s favorite: cabo bob’s Sunday, 21 November 2010, 8:19 am

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Cabo Bob’s. I love it. I really, really do. It’s so weird for me because I’m so hard to please. Every time I have eaten there, though, I have left satisfied. I just love it. … Continue reading →

Source: dining with blake dining with blake | blithefully blogging