Discussion in 'Progress Journals' started by Iain Aschendale, Dec 6, 2017.
Congrats on the return of your muse!
Bashing my way through a worksheet pack on the 1787 Constitutional Convention. That and one on the imposition of the postwar peace constitution on Japan and I'll be done for the semester! And next semester I only have classes that I've taught before, so while the lesson plans always get tweaked and improved, I won't be killing myself writing a whole damn course in real-time.
Hmmm...Can't tell exactly what that is on my laptop or when I enlarge on my phone (laptop's worse), so I'm guessing it's a screenshot of a Sriv document of your WIP, so I'll hit "like" as support and say, "Glad you're working on it, Ash!" And maybe give you a cookie.
Nope, well, yep. Screenshot of ExamView Test Generator, OpenOffice Write, and learnersdictionary.com all open in service of creating a worksheet packet on the creation of the postwar Japanese Constitution by the occupation authorities under Douglas MacArthur.
At 5 in the morning, since I forgot to do it yesterday afternoon.
Ah. There's a lovely feeling of karma about a teacher scrambling to finish his homework...
I'm sorry it's you, though.
If it's any consolation, when you mention the lessons you're working on it inevitably makes me want to take your class, so there's that... Really interesting subjects, Ash! ETA: Oh, and here's a cookie.
Sorry Iain and thank you Shen.
This could be a lovely short/flash.
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