Day 22 of High School in Five Months, Repeated Ops, and Repeated Steps

Transportation is the repeating of foot steps, and the knowledge of location, while tools like exponents, multiplication, and division, are repeated operations on the same numbers.  These repeated operations are what every democracy movement must teach: Day 22/67,  Week 6 of 18 weeks Grammar: Essay writing 3/4: on paper (Please finish your outline for yourContinue reading “Day 22 of High School in Five Months, Repeated Ops, and Repeated Steps”

Day 9 of GED in 5 months, salt, trade, and transit

So, if salt is so important, how did they get it from one place to another before we had trains?   One of the key details of Phase I of the Four Freedoms movement is public transportation, as important back in time as today, right?   Day 9 Lesson Plan Khan Academy Comparative and superlative adjectives andContinue reading “Day 9 of GED in 5 months, salt, trade, and transit”

Day 54/67 of GED in Five Months, Linear Equations, and transportation

So, why do you think that linear equations may be related to transportation?  End of week 14/18 Day 54, Week 14 Grammar: Compound Prepositions Math: Solving linear equations   Please see the Lesson plan for Day 54’s Exit Tickets   Action Items:   1.) Search for two different sources to learn about your local transit board,Continue reading “Day 54/67 of GED in Five Months, Linear Equations, and transportation”

Day 43/67 of GED in Five Months, Area vs. Circumference, and, transportation

 Adulting often requires knowing how transportation ties in with a variety of types of knowledge, like the distance around an obstacle, given the area of the area you want to avoid.  Also, when does it make more sense to use mass transit than to drive?  Start of week 12/18 Day 43, Lesson Plan: Grammar: Essay WritingContinue reading “Day 43/67 of GED in Five Months, Area vs. Circumference, and, transportation”

Ir en Metro, o en Deuda? Take the Metro, or Take the Debt?

Click here for English… “ -Fuera lo espera un chófer con un coche oficial. -Gracias.Prefiero ir en metro. ” Como el subsecretario Salvador Martí del Ministerio del Tiempo, ojala que habîan màs funcionarios que nos darîan el buen ejemplo de usar los transportes publicos. A menudo, la falta de transporte publico llega hasta faltar lasContinue reading “Ir en Metro, o en Deuda? Take the Metro, or Take the Debt?”

Freedom for All Fridays on the New Year, and opportunity for all?

Well, opportunity if you were born in the upper working to middle classes, anyway… — Notice who had the BMW (Bike/Metro/Walk) vs. whose access to folks with wheels got those resource advantages moving, wittingly or unwittingly… I’ve been mulling over some conversations with a person, white, grew up with a housekeeper, left home at 16Continue reading “Freedom for All Fridays on the New Year, and opportunity for all?”

Thoughtful Thursdays, Watch Night services, and Public Transportation

This is just a quick post to say that I wish folks still remembered and celebrated the old Watch Night services, to watch for the telegram announcing emancipation in those slave states still at war, and to pray for freedom for all, as they did on that last night of 1862, and as my greatContinue reading “Thoughtful Thursdays, Watch Night services, and Public Transportation”

Day 22 of High School in Five Months, Repeated Ops, and Repeated Steps

Transportation is the repeating of foot steps, and the knowledge of location, while tools like exponents, multiplication, and division, are repeated operations on the same numbers.  These repeated operations are what every democracy movement must teach: Day 22/67,  Week 6 of 18 weeks Grammar: Essay writing 3/4: on paper (Please finish your outline for yourContinue reading “Day 22 of High School in Five Months, Repeated Ops, and Repeated Steps”

Day 9 of GED in 5 months, salt, trade, and transit

So, if salt is so important, how did they get it from one place to another before we had trains?   One of the key details of Phase I of the Four Freedoms movement is public transportation, as important back in time as today, right? Day 9 Lesson Plan Khan Academy Comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbsContinue reading “Day 9 of GED in 5 months, salt, trade, and transit”

Great Greek Wednesdays, words, and transportation

Transportation is a Greek word?  Transportation is certainly part of modern life, and a part that many people have to spend a great deal of time planning around, if we use mass transit in cities like San Diego, which are both very spread out, and also poorly served in parts of the city where manyContinue reading “Great Greek Wednesdays, words, and transportation”

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