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Nom de l'album:admin / 2013<04<27 - Dark Underground III
Taille du fichier:59 Ko
Date d'ajout:05 Mai 2013
Dimensions:853 x 1280 pixels
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Date et heure de la numérisation:2013:04:28 01:11:11
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yxyzqzvx   [Lun 17 Juin 2013 à 09:23]
Making thanks to teachers, (...) In this last week of Women's History month, I'd like to pay tribute to women teachers who inspired me to at least try to make "herstory" by following their admonition: "Those to whom much is given, much is expected." (Note: Herstory is a word coined by those who felt women were left out of "history.")

I attended elementary and high school with teaching orders of nuns. I think nuns get a bad rap when former students talk about their discipline efforts. Sometimes it was extreme, but I have positive memories and I'm grateful that they gave us tools for living, along with book-learning.

Explaining that speaking English properly was important, our first-grade teacher had us start each day with prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance and "th" lessons. We'd touch the tips of our forefingers perpendicularly to the tips of our noses so that our tongues could touch our fingers as w

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