Reading, Writing, Science






My habit of watching NASA TV over my lunch hour has evolved into starting each afternoon class by taking a look at "what's happening in space today."

One of my learners regularly uses NASA news for his daily writing:


In the International space community. The news today is the Russians were assembling the next spaceship. The Japanese was in the U.S.A. assembling same thing to attach to the international space station.
You can see that we've also been having some fun with the format > background > picture watermark features on MS Word.



Not all my afternoon learners are interested in this newfangled space stuff. Some prefer to sit quietly and study the classics, such as H. G. Wells' War of the World.




For more, much more, go see Saddleback Classics, or NASA TV

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