Hey, How you doin?Joey Tribbiani – F.R.I.E.N.D.S
A dialogue journal is a simple spiral or composition notebook that students and teachers write letters back and forth to one another.
Hi, I am Mrs. Cullip. I absolutely love engaging students in the process of learning through activities, readings, lectures, and games so that they better understand the world in which they live. What do you love about what you do?
My classroom environment is home-like and comfortable; yet, invigorating and vibrant. You see bookshelves, lamps, floor-rugs, a reading area, walls decorated with student work, and curtains hung on the windows giving a sense of belonging. You also see a word wall, an objective bulletin, a large activity calendar, individual student mailboxes, and a homework station giving a sense of focus toward working. You hear the voices of students working together on their literacy project, incorporating what they just read in their book clubs. You smell the aroma of a pumpkin spice wick less candle on my desk, that freshens the room just so. My classroom could be described by a visitor, as an environment conducive to the learning process.