The Secret to Getting Straight A’s in College
Here are 15 tips for getting straight A's this semester! Get that 4.0 you've always wanted and start off this semester strong!
Losing Weight: Small Changes, Big Results | The Beachbody Blog
Turns out only eight percent of people achieve their New Year's resolutions, like "losing weight." Here 16 small changes that will help you get big results.
How to Manage Life as a Student
As students, we juggle a lot. Work, classes, homework, clubs, sports, extracurricular activities, volunteering, roommates, family, and friends. As a college blogger, focusing on helping you excel in your life and studies, I am constantly asked by new college students
6 Things Every College Student Should Know How to Do
Heading to college and living on your own is a huge step toward complete, adult independence. If you’re about to take that all-important step, congratulations, and way to go! Before you head off on your own at college, though, there are some things that you’ll need to know how to manage without Mom or Dad there to do it for you. 1.) Balance Your Checking Account You need one, central place where you can keep track of your financial transactions. Online banking won’t cut it. You need to know…
Literary Analysis: Analyzing Fiction and Nonfiction Texts Scaffolded Unit
Teach your students to analyze fiction and nonfiction texts as well as print and visual texts using this gradual release process. Begin with direct instruction and scaffold students to independent practice using a wide array of engaging analysis activities. Perfect for high school classrooms. Analyzing texts lesson or complementary activities for your existing curriculum from Reading and Writing Haven.