Inviting You to Contribute to Day in a Sentence

This was a feature started by another blogging teacher, who decided to stop blogging, and I have taken on this weekly feature called Day in a Sentence, in which teachers boil down their week or a day in their week into one concise statement.
We have about a dozen regular contributors and I want to invite YOU (that's right, you) into the mix.

Here is how it works:

  • Go to my blog:
  • Scroll down to the post called Day in a Sentence
  • Use the comment feature to submit your sentence (and if you want to podcast, all the better -- you can just provide me a link or even email me your audio file). I moderate comments so they won't immediately appear.
  • Make sure you leave a blog address or maybe your Class 2.0 address -- it allows us to connect with you.
  • On Sunday, I compile them all and post them as a collection.
  • Then, it is one to another week's adventure

Sounds easy, right?
We would love to have more voices in the mix.


Views: 26

Comment by Durff on November 23, 2007 at 8:26am
This week could be wrapped up by saying it was a week of great lose, great gains, and great rest. The great lose was Monday when a good friend. Great gains when 17 faculty went to ACSI. Great rest for Thanksgiving holiday in USA. I'm at
Comment by Kevin H. on November 24, 2007 at 4:00am
Hi Durff
I hate to ask, but you are missing a word in your loss phrase. Did someone pass away? (if so I am sorry). I don't want to insert a word in our feature without knowing it is correct.
Comment by Kevin H. on November 24, 2007 at 4:01am
I just went to your blog and saw your emotional post.
I am so sorry for your loss.
Comment by Durff on November 24, 2007 at 7:56am
Yes Kevin, Carrie passed away. Or one could say she passed on to glory. Or one could say she get the idea. Add whatever I left out...sorry.


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