35 Burst results for "Fifth Grade"
Interview With Tennis Legend, Billie Jean King
"So just as we often say how much has changed for queer people in the last fifty years your bookers reminder that that statement is also true for women and your case being a woman and a professional tennis player wasn't even a career path that existed. So when you were starting out how are you thinking about what was possible for a career in tennis. I played team sports as child. I in a lot of people may or may not know my younger brother. Randy moffett moderates are birth. Name became a major league baseball player. So sports is in our blood. I dad was a good athlete. My mother was good athlete. So susan williams in fifth grade asked me. If i wanted to play tennis and i said what's tennis i thought i would probably wouldn't play because she played the country. Calm and my dad's a firefighter. Aside well this is an my realm of thinking. I've also played on the softball team and she told the coach. She'd taking me out to play tennis and she said oh they give free instruction here on tuesdays applied walker. And it's free coaching. While i go out to have my first session with clyde and at the end of it i knew i wanted to be the number one tessler in the world but then was amateur and i didn't like that because i grew up around pro sports pro met. You're really good at what you did and amateur. Music was a hobby so one of the first things. I wanted to change sport. As far as being a professional sport it were none really no options as a child for girls and today there's still many more options for boys. What really happened though. What really changed my life. My epiphany was when i was twelve. I was just daydream. One day and realize that everybody who played tennis for white shoes and white clothes play with white balls and everybody who played was white. And i asked myself whereas everybody else. Where is everyone else. So that was my moment that i dedicate the rest of my life to fighting for equality for everyone everything i've done. We'll go back to that moment. That epiphany twelve years old.
Interview With Walton of Black Woman Owned
"Thanks so much for joining today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. Yes my name is walton. I was born in delaware. A raise between pg county maryland in an fat ville north carolina. In my business is black. Women owned so talk to me about growing up in several paces down to us. Break down for us where exactly you grew up. Yes so i. Until i was ten so from mike a couple of weeks until ten lived in ville which is really like slow I didn't it at the time. But like i went to basically in all white school it was very i. It was very slow. But i loved it. I was like obsessed with living in north carolina so it was so funny i I moved in maryland virginia. In like by fifth grade year that was just four year. Then finally settled in brandy wine maryland and that's pg county maryland for alma dnv. People out there. It's been like total opposite of country. Living it's bay. When i first moved here i was like it's so fast and but it's it's really nice. I love it here. i'm my son here for the moment and i love it. I love all those places though. So like i still like country living. I would like to settle down.
Behind the Development of the Sternberg Triarchic Abilities Test
"Great to have robert sternberg on the podcast sturm. Rick is a psychology professor at cornell university among his major contributions to psychology are the arctic theory of intelligence and several influential theories relating to creativity thinking styles love and hate a review of general psychology survey ranked sternberg as the sixtieth most cited psychologist of the twentieth century. And he's authored a co-authored over fifteen hundred publications including articles book chapters and books. And even that bios a huge understatement of all eve accomplished. Hey bob so great to have you in the podcast today. Thanks reeling having me. Thanks for inspiring me to go into the field. So i i is. It seems fair seems fair. No that will thank you. Thank you so much that means a lot to me You know in starting this conversation today. We could obviously talk about the research stuff. But i wanted to start more at your own childhood because i think it's i get a real kick out of every time i read that you created intelligence test when you were in. Maybe even elementary school. Can you kind of tell me about that story. Sure when i was in elementary school i didn't created i did poorly on. Iq tests is a young kid. In the late fifties early sixties. They used to give iq tests every year to group iq tests. And i did very poorly on them and you might ask how i know since they didn't give us the scores. But when you get the test and you only finish one or two problems and everyone else's turn the page. It doesn't take a high. You realize that you bombed so when i was in sixth grade i was sent back to a fifth grade classroom to take an easier tests that they thought would be more suitable to my ability level and because it was a fifth grade classroom my was less afraid and i think i did better i in seventh grade. I decided try to figure out why did so much trouble when he just said. I did a project on development of the mental tests and i devised my own. I teach us the very famous thoroughbred test of mental gallotti's stone. Which i'm sure you've heard of in. It's so widely used still haven't gone along with everything else from winners
"fifth grade" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"Lived with. I had a baby with him. And i had a box of all my old bowling trophies. I grew up in a bowling alley. And i left him there when i moved out and now when we come back over they are all set up in his kitchen refuses to throw them away it just the creepiest thing. Like to marry another man in this trophy from when i was in fifth grade hysterical. Love a man who had his trophy. Why does he want them still thinks it's a weird way. It'd be like what how much i love you. I kept all this. That's a little crazy mojo alicia. What's going on. How are you yeah..
Episode 216 The Yarn Wall - burst 03
"I just posted actually my personal page. It was a bunch of lunchbox metal lunchbox Back in the eighties enough. And i didn't have one. I think it was one of those things that i wish i could have. Had the only the cool had in here. I am brown bagging. Wishing that i could be as cool as somebody with a metal lunch pail. Yep would you have ghostbusters or possibly m- ask you know mask the like transformers or the the how. Now you're not talking about eric. Stoltz nano not share them on my god. Sam elliott and eric stoltz with giant. Was that kid's name ricky. Or here's good don't remember hissy his mug on a service. Yeah i i no longer want. This
Damon Weaver, Kid Reporter Who Interviewed President Obama, Dies at 23
"When he scored the interview of a lifetime, But now we won't find out what else he could have accomplished. His family says he's passed away. Damon Weaver was just 11 years old and in the fifth grade when he spent 10 minutes asking President Obama questions at the White House in 2000 and nine they cover topics such as education and bullying and demon made a friend. When I interviewed Vice President Joe Biden, he became a homeboy. Now did I interviewed you? Would you like to become my home? Absolutely. Thank you, man. Great job. Weaver later interviewed Oprah Winfrey and basketball star Dwayne Wade and was studying communications. At Albany State University in Georgia. His family says he died of natural causes on May the first he was 23 years old boxes. Kevin
Is Jalen Rose the First Jalen?
"Jalen rose. You are a former college basketball and nba star you're now an analyst and nba countdown co host of your own show jalen and jacoby and you have never been timid about making bold statements. It is safe to say but we are here to talk to you today about one of the craziest sounding boasts. I've ever heard anybody make and it is that you specifically are the forefather of the name. Jalen i'm definitely the oldest jalen on definitely the eldest jalen. There was a time in my life while actually got tease for the nate. There's nobody more brutally honest then kids in the elderly imagine being author four fifth grade skinny kid with patches on his pants and bumps on his face people. Tease me about my name so very much. It became a topic of conversation and got me into a lot of altercations. Actually one of the things my mother did is. She told me that the name jalen was a superpower and so again i give my mother the entire credit for creating the name. There's so many people throughout the world that are making up names for their children. She made a one. That actually stuck
Interview With Shar of the Xpat App
"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. I wanted thank you for having me. Shar winter from detroit michigan currently living in lisbon portugal. I am the founder and creator of the At in expect chats community created for the black ex-pat community so talk to me about detroit so is like detroit by way of dominica jamaica by way of detroit. Talk about your caribbean experienced up in detroit. Yes i am. First generation american on both. My parents are from detroit. I mean from jamaica. Mom actually came over to the. Us she was pregnant with me. Solve almost four to make With my sister in tow my sister was about three at the time My dad was already over near living in florida on. We went up to michigan where my grandmother was in. That's how we ended up in detroit because my grandma had come over about maybe eighteen years prior and you know for job opportunities so my family's from a pretty remote town in my mother's side in jamaica call in you know is really really remote mountainous region of jamaica not at all the tourist spots by casey nine months ago. So yeah it's always acts. My family like how did you end up in the cold. Each in verses jamaica. Because you know where my dad would make sense right. You're miami many caribbean people down. The air is kinda like you're still at home a little bit by year groping he choi move to the suburbs when i was about heading to fifth grade of detroit outside of detroit and then after that went to school in atlanta s spelman. College style haven't really been back home home to like or vice time
Dallas County reports 11 COVID-19 deaths, 292 coronavirus cases
"Today and 11 more deaths. All of those who died had underlying high risk health conditions, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins reported. 97 reported deaths for the week, which is a decrease from the previous week. Meanwhile, in Tarrant County, two more deaths and 236 new cases were reported. 43 year old. Fifth grade teacher, Misty Lorraine Kato remains in
The History of Ludwig Bass Drum Pedals with Steve Zemanek
"Look into drum history podcast. I'm your host part vander z. And today i'm joined by. Steve's manic steve. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me appreciate it. yes so today. we're here to talk about your Awesome new book the ludwig line bass drum pedals And i gotta give a shout out to. Vincent ward a great friend of the show who has Referred to you on multiple occasions on on his episodes as being a you know kind of a guru about pedals. He's a great guy known for years of leading recommended nate. Thank you vince. So i'd like to start just by hearing a little bit. About what got you into this very specific you know Area of of not only drum history. But then ludwig history. So this is pretty specific. What what got you into this. Basically i've been playing ludwig drums since i've been in fifth grade and through all the different mechanisms in the years i ended up with bass drum pedals and it's just a fun thing to do doesn't take up a lot of space and i'm just had a ball. Yeah that is a great point. Because i i found myself in that world of i don't really collect them but i've had multiple over the years of the the japanese drums where i've bought them because they're cheap and i can afford them. It's like similar the bass drum pedals where it's small. You can put them on a shelf. I wish i was the guy who had these Like mike colorado had six hundred fifty snares scattered around my house. But unfortunately i'm not so That's cool. I just love that that. There's a real purpose to it So ludwig is widely known as basically inventing the You know the bass drum paddle as we know it today. Nineteen o nine. I know that there's yes like anything. There's people who probably debate that around. The world may be someone did it. A little earlier. There's the overhang pedals. There's all that but For the sake of ludwig and you can touch on that as much as you on the who did it. I stuff but Why don't we start at the beginning here of Of the ludwig line of bass drum pedals. Well ito you're absolutely right. The debate could rage on forever in a day a their claim to fame as they made the first commercially successful pace drum pedal.
Some Seattle Public School students return to in-person learning
"Come on, is thousands more kids across the state are back in the classroom. Starting today, all K through fifth grade students in the Seattle public School district returned for at least some in person learning. There are now safety protocols in place, including health screenings, mask requirements and classrooms. Captain 15 students. District will continue to offer remote learning options for families who are not ready to send their
How Magic: The Gathering Plays for Keeps
"This episode which we originally put up back in two thousand fifteen is all about how the company behind the popular trading card game magic the gathering figured out a way to keep its game from becoming a fat after the show. We have an update about a new way. That they're trying to keep their business bubble free all fads start out the same way with this feeling inside that you just gotta have something that everyone else already has for zach hill in fifth grade. That thing was a tiny plush animal filled with idi beans. The beanie baby was named garcia. It was tied. I'd teddy bear hickory. Ridge mall in memphis tennessee. I think i was trying to impress a girl. Or something. And i bought garcia for like seven bucks with some allowance. Money didn't know that he was at the beginning of a beanie baby bubble because bubbles always seem harmless at the first stage. Just a simple fat. Then someone figures out they can make money by reselling. That thing i ran into my friend. True and drew really wanted. Garcia was swept up in the craze. Like i was. He's i i want that. I want that i want that and i'm like dude. I you know they go to the store so it goes to the store and they weren't selling it and he just telling his mama betty wants it and she says like hey like will you sell me that and i was like yeah like fifteen bucks and she said yeah and i just realized i made like profit on. This sounds like this. You'd probably not be the last time that i do. This was staged two of the bubble. No matter how much you pay there is some chump like drew's mom out there willing to pay more. And so little zach hill fifth. Grader went into business buying up stuffed animals on the internet. Tabasco the bull the pterodactyl and unloading them on desperate schoolmates on parents. He says even did a big business with teachers. Zach was a full-on speculator. I made a lot of money as a fifth grader. Selling beanie babies on ebay we. Did you like forty fifty thousand dollars.
From Foster Care to VA Teacher of the Year Feat. Anthony Swann
"Read anthony that you grew up in the foster care system when you you think about growing up in foster care. How do you share getting past the trauma than seeing and knowing all the other potential you had. Do you have a moment in time. Do you have a person who influenced you question. Most definitely so. When i was taken to fall secure i was taken abruptly in the middle of the school day and i was sitting in fourth grade classroom and are distinctly. Remember social services Door and telling my teacher that they needed me to come with them and this was in front of all of my friends and saw felt embarrassed fell devastated and so ma teacher. I'm sorry i'm trying not to cry. My teacher came out in the hallway and she grabbed me and she hugged me. And she whispered in my ear and social services didn't even hear it but she whispered in my ear. She said anthony. Everything is going to be all right in that same teacher years down the road. She found me when i was fourteen years old and she began to pour into me as she began to. Just say i don't want you to grow up to be like your parents. I don't want you to get up to the system. I don't want you to go to jail. I want you to make something of yourself. And so by that time. I had started claims school. Because i'm gonna take all of my trauma and just put it into my academics loss to start playing school. I told her. I wanted to be a teacher. And she said that what you want to become. I'm going to support you in any way. That i can and so once. I was going to school and going to college and put amount self through college. My senior year did not have a car to get to my student teaching placement and she picked me up every single morning to take me to school before she had to be at school herself and to this day she still calls me and she still reminds me that. Everything's gonna be alright and she still tells me. Do you remember that. I told you at now get you. And so that was one of the persons who geared me. Because i was going the deep end because i didn't understand alive. I hated my life. Which that i was dead a. She took the extra mile because she saw something in me. So that i would not become part of the system as she pushed me to be great. Oh the love of a teacher in for her to recognize an anthony. I didn't wanna cry either. But the ability for that teacher to recognize into know and to see your face and to take that moment to run out and whisper that in your ear. That's everything right. That is just a moment. that probably is why you did not display school. You did school. You earned those achievements and wanting to become a teacher. Do you mind sharing her name. I would love for her to hear you give a shout out. Her name is mrs gerardo wilson. And she's still alive today. She's a retired educator for public schools. And she's just that's her name. Miss wilson we give you lots of hearts in love because that's a skill set anna an intuition that we all want to possess in hope that we can be that for that student in any student when you think about yourself now anthony and even before becoming teacher of the year. Do you see that you have that ability that other teachers see there something that he possesses that would benefit me had any encounters with other teachers where they want in are seeking out your advice. Yes a have. You seen before. Became virginia state teacher of the year or or even. Maybe it's happened since your name's been out there in your story is out there. There may be teachers. And i think i read this in one of the articles where a teacher heard. Your story heard your work with students and it's like how is he breaking barriers with students. In how can he help me. Yes so i was contacted by a teacher retired teacher. She was a mentor to a young male student and after her reading must stores. She contacted me and she said know. I just really have this student. I feel like that you can reach him because they're certain areas. I can't reach him in. Your story is so similar to history and so with the permission of the guardian traveled to meet with him. One one Share with him a story and he shared with me historic and at the end of that conversation. Before i left we have similar stories but before i left he looked at me and he says just more you know what anything is possible and that statement right there made all the difference because that is my platform is virginia teacher. The years to give hope to those students who find themselves in dramatic situations and emotionally disturbing homes to let them know that no matter the pieces that you may have been dealt. If they're broken take those broken pieces and build a bridge to better life in in heart of your platform you have. What i believe is part of your cooperative culture initiative of guys with ties. How did you create guys with ties. And can you share with our listeners. What the program is yes. So one day mock principal just came to me and she had this idea. She's just like see how you dress up every day. I think it'll be a program if we just have the fifth grade boys to dress up. Enticing me with him so she just really just threw something out there. So i kinda picked it up like a fumble and iran with an from of develop a curriculum that respect and integrity and cleanliness in. It's okay to be organized as a male is okay to to help and they also in the group we have those those hard conversations because a lot of the males do not have a father figure in the home. And so we talk about how you can overcome rejection in las share with the story. We do service projects when we're talking about the cleanliness in the organization. We take time out with. We are meeting. We have a day where we go around. And we help the audience in the school to pick up trash to attack him the rugs and the school. We also have done a service project where we give all of. The girls are carnation a bag of chocolate to let the boys know how to treat a lady so we also we just recently did one where the guys designed their own tie. And i'm going to have someone someone actually reached out to leeann. They're going to create that tie so just letting them know that it's okay to be guy. Mb sophisticated but at the same time teaching them those life skills teaching them about. What would your legacy be if you were to die today. Will people say about you. And i got that particular lesson when koby bryant passed away over year ago out of the blue but so many people have so many good things to say about him and so on and steal that the guys as well would let us here you leaving. How will people remember hugh if you were to pass away and that was a very powerful lesson is ill on. The group is safe haven. The guys have cried before especially the guys who feel neglected a male figures. So i've hit the other students. Who had the fathers in the home to console those students to let them know. It's okay you're going to be you're going to make something of yourself. So those are the types of things that we do in the
Author Lauren Morrill Shares The Books That Sparked Her Interests
"So learn. What book hooked you Probably i've been a reader. As long as i can remember but a book that really sticks out for me was judy blume's just as long as we're together I was never when i was younger. That excited about historical fantasy And i think that was the first book where i read it and i was like this girl. The main character stephanie. Her parents are divorced. My parents were divorced. She had a younger brother kind of annoyed her. I had a younger brother. Who kind of annoyed me you know. She was always her friend groups and kinda liked boys but wasn't totally sure. What was going on there. And the book is set. And i think sixth grade And i thought well if this girl's boring life is the same as my boring life and her boring life can make a book then. Maybe my boring life or the ideas that i could. We could be a book and it was just sort of the first time that i came a week to the idea of contemporary fiction. Which became you know. The thing that i consumed veraciously then forever and still do instill despite meager attempts here and there really only contemporary So that's the book that looms large in my memory and you know i reread it as an adult many times over the course of my life and it's still great and i don't think you mentioned or maybe you did but what do you remember the age. What was the exact age. I was probably you know. Maybe like four fifth grade. Before that i was reading babysitters club. And that was kinda cool and but that was like oh books can really connect with you. They can be meaningful beyond just being fun and yeah that one always stuck with me and actually i had my copy that i used to read all the time and when i left for college i took all of the books that i had that i wanted to keep forever the ones that were meaningful to me and i put them in a rubbermaid ben in the closet and my mom thought that was the donate been donated all ex. She feels bad about it. And i didn't say anything for a long time because i do what had happened and i didn't want her to feel bad because my mom is also a big reader but every once in a while i think about that and i bought a new copy with new cover. And that's fine. But i one day it used bookstore found like the old version that had the cover i remembered and i bought it because i had to have it so with this book. Then being sort of that maybe lightbulb moment for you when it was like oh i can write about normal things. And that's a you know that's a thing that people write books about. What were your early attempts to be a writer. Like what were you writing. So my mom worked in a real estate office and she would bring home i. It was old typewriters that they didn't need anymore and then she also had word processors And so i would you know right on those and i would write books and they were all they were always about a girl who was new to school for some reason. I was obsessed with the idea about being the new girl in school. And starting your life over fish out of water. 'cause i i went to the same school from second grade until i graduated. So all the same people and unions stuck with whatever identity you fell face first into. I told that story to my agent at one point and he was like ha. You still only fish. All your books are like that. I was like that's true. Yeah i do love one of those and so as you then grew up. I'm assuming that kind of this idea of of of being a writer maybe still was in the back of your mind somewhere so when you became kind of a young person when you were a teenager what were you like. What books were you reading. What other things may be. Were you into describe lauren. As a so. I by the i was still reading a lot. The books i read. Were whatever oprah put on her book club. I was very into like adult sort of quote unquote literary fiction. That i would take stuff from whatever my mom had and yeah i think at that point it was like i graduated high school in two thousand one so i was like the middle range before there was wi- a really And i was really into journalism.
5th Week Grades: Check One, Check Two
"We're gonna talk about tits today and also tools for students are looking at those fifth week grades and perhaps want to improve them because it's also about some students are at. They're not worried about failing the class. They just wanna do better. You know so if you have a c. or b. or i don't know against mine. Is anyone do better. This is a great time to step back. Regroup think about tips think about approaches. Think about tools and resources. So we're gonna remind students of some of those resources and i also want to Remind students that we have about fifty grades in prior semesters and so you can definitely go to website for the podcast. Look at some of those previous episodes as well but for today. What our top tips for today. at the fifth grade period near the first one that comes to mind for me is to if you have one of those days. You're not happy with it. Even is that a minus. You want to go see your professor's office hours. All of them have them even they might point mate you may have to call or email whatever it may be soccer. The professor rally in five weeks out of the longest semester. So don't stress out too much. There's still time to get together so the first step is talk to you. Talk to your professor out Assignments you redo possible. Figure out what you need to do better. Even if you can't reveal assignments they made the feedback unless they outright. The next paper better How to show your work. Bet on your mets so talk to your professor. That's that's definitely the first two becomes absolutely and that's the first tip always in forever whether it's a pandemic are if you have any question about what's happening in the class. Your professor instructor are the best place to start. So that's tip number one. If you if you have a great that you would like to improve taty professor absolutely so the second tip that we had talked about is an extension of our last episode with dr bert wail regardless of what gray says this is a time to check in say. Well what can i do in my life to help support my in class in one of the best things you can do is make sure you're getting enough sleep. Number two is getting enough sleep. Yes leap as docker solution's very far more important than utilize it even as young people because we are young. We think that. Oh i can sleep for three hours for hours in still be able to function and yes you may be able to give up and go on about today. But they couldn't. It's not going to be expert. Doug as it could be more sleep. I'm eager to get all of your scientists done during the day. That's our sleep. You'll probably not donna's best as you could have know. Still make good grades. You could have done better at that. This sleep also arguments health Not classy is there. Especially since weeks. Because i know for myself maybe made his administration. Ma'am you can weigh in this. This week has been about sing. got to sleep absolutely. I totally agree. An finally beginning to feel the effects and that is more monotonous than than usual. Usually when you're going to the canvas and you're meeting new people in your state you know. There's a different combination of people you see. Every day is a little less monotonous. But when ron zoo and it's the same process every day you know it can't be fatiguing. Actually it sort of like even though we're sitting here not moving around sometimes that can make you feel more tired as well and that's why sleep regular sleep. A good amount asleep is really important so absolutely l. n. also another point. I wanted to make about sleep is yes when you're in college. This is the stereotype. Is that you do. You know you stay up late and have all nighters and you study. But you're also laying the foundation for good habits for the rest of your career for example and so this is a good time to figure out. How much do i need that. I can wake up refreshed. be Best cells whether you're studying or working you know having sleep also Were creative that helps your brain to remember things better in so you can. If let's say you're able to perform really well right now. In this environment is age. You also want to thank ten years from now. May not recover as wales. So i can start the habits that will benefit need further for the other stages in my life so go ahead and start practicing getting that good sleep because it's going to benefit you not just now. I'm glad you brought it very important like what we're doing. A framework for later. So when i was a when campus was more so open houses. That were a little thirty. I might as well get up and get my day star. Maliki wabi dress up every day. Because i wanna start the habit of what i need for my future because i know too. Many students less got hired the next day after graduation. You're in a culture shock because you don't allow their clothes because you were just relaxing. There's nothing necessarily wrong but just like you said this lead we gotta start paracel superior in making those practices of normal thing for
Starr Sackstein: Connecting Students to Their Curiosity
"I have. There's so much that. I wanna talk to you about their so many things that we both share a love of at a passion for getting students to ask great questions and also working with teachers on asking great questions and so i really wanted to talk with you about. Why would you say that this is important so for me at the heart of inquiry is really good questions and to be curious about the world around you. You need to have that heart of inquiry so just going beyond. What is this or you know if we are looking at phenomenon thinking about young children and their curiosity versus what it looks like. By the time. I was seeing them in twelfth grade. I think finding ways to connect kids to their curiosity. That questions are really the way to do that in a learning space and as an educator. It's so important for us to be curious about our kids and what they need from us so teaching them to ask really good questions really opens up the kind of dialogue rikaby having in class as well as opens up other modes of means of assessment of those children at the same time. Yeah i think one of the things that i've noticed. Is that a lot of the questions that get asked and so teachers like well. I do ask questions and sober. But a lot of the questions are either comprehension of content questions and they're close ended questions or even if they're masked as open ended questions. The teacher has an idea in their mind of what the answer is. And i think sometimes that's where we get stuck and why students have a hard time understanding that there's many kinds of questions that will get you many kinds of information that you need absolutely and as a journalism teacher and teaching kids interview skills and coming up with really good questions. That are gonna drive what they end up writing eventually. It's so important to really get people talking and when we had the answers to the questions that were asking. There's really no point. Ask those questions. Certainly as as a new teacher. When i started out. I made those mistakes too. I think every teacher dozen the beginning of. When i was teaching a text in my lesson plans i would have the questions and the answers. I was looking for in them. And i think it took years for me feel confident enough to go rogue if you will asking questions where i couldn't possibly know what kids were going to say and where that might take me ends feel confidence even with that lack of preparedness to walk into a space and you know give over the control of the content of the kids and i think by having open ended questions. Essentially what we're doing right. We're giving them control the conversation. Yeah and i do agree with you that for a lot of people. That's really scary. I remember when. I figured out what you just said i think was this a pitney that i had when i would give these questions that i felt that i had the answers to like. I was searching for something that i wanted the students to say and then they would say something different. That would blow my mind. That i had that i had never thought of and i would tell them i was like. That wasn't the answer. I was looking for with adds amazing answer. You just taught me something. And they loved that. So that was really an inspirational moment for me to realize. Maybe i shouldn't preplanned what i think the answer is and and just ask these questions at let everybody kind of we can all learn together as it was an amazing paradigm shift for me. I remember also asking my students to comment on a text by giving me three good questions. And what i found is they didn't know what i meant by a question like in my mind. I knew what i meant. But they didn't know so all of their questions were were comprehension content based like they would expect a teacher and i said well. Can you find that answer in there. And they said yes. And i said then. Why do you have that question. Look in the tax. Asked me a question that you don't know the answer to that. You want to know the answer. So i think like in the older grades. You mentioned kindergarten. I were we have innate curiosity when we're younger right but by the time they're in high school like you said like if they don't if it's been squashed out of them we need to retrain them to have that curiosity. Yeah well i mean the system is set up to basically kill it at them when we focus so heavily on testing and grading and creating assessments. That require them to have one right. Answer i think really makes kids reticent to like not only do not know how to question but they also don't know how to trust themselves when they have their own assertions about things because they're terribly anxious about being wrong and when you're young. Being wrongs not a bad thing. It's a part of the learning process. And i think somewhere between fifth grade and probably early high school or maybe even before that when you know state tests starting third grade they start to understand that there are right and wrong answers. According to some. And if i'm going to be successful playing this game of school. I have to learn how to get the right answer and spend my time focusing on that. Rather than spending time on things i find fanciful or interesting because that's not going to help me right now and it's it's a crying shame. What school systems do to kids. And you know. I'll spend the rest of my career trying to write it if not only for my own child but future children who come through systems and you know they should be leaving school more serious than they start out the other way
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"fifth grade" Discussed on Ball & Buds
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"fifth grade" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"To be here in the studio talking all you folks and me and Carly are here for you. Okay? Do yet too are false. Do owls have eyeballs? Um no. I don't know what you're saying. False. They don't have all the eyeballs. I don't know. I mean, they have eyes, but I'm not sure of their balls. They have toe like turn their head to see things. Get the crazy not have eyeballs. Okay? They have eye tubes, right? Yeah, I tube because you can't really like Yeah. Okay, A tube. Well, I guess it does roll. Like, okay, but it rolls this way. It doesn't roll like spirit, Kal Ei. Just good vehicle through our like now we're getting a little too sophisticated. He's we have spears for our eyes were like a cow's eyeball. Yeah, I dissected one of those. Oh, you It was so cool. It was in fifth grade, but I still remember it to this day. I remember I had been used You know, the thing is is that we had to do the champion dissected couldn't do it. You know, they brought, you know they had all the frogs and end up in like and I looked at it and I just about Barb and I wanted to to say can't do it and distorted ball. And I said, Can I go to the bathroom and I didn't come back? Yeah, I could not do that. I can't. I was so into it that we had, like a parent. Well, we had like you should be in forensic. No. OK like no. Well, maybe I don't know. Maybe that'll be. That'll be my retirement career. I don't know. But no we had. We had, like a parent thing, like a parent night or something. And my teacher asked me to, like, demonstrate. Yeah, taking it apart because she had, like an extra on And so I was like, Yeah, let's do it. Like all the parents were like watching me, like, Cut it. Go, please would stop. No, It was fun, though. Okay? We got to get back to yesterday and she hasn't hung on. Yeah, Eso Pam, are you still with us? All right. I know about you, but I.
"fifth grade" Discussed on Z104
"Right I guess so somebody got me hot all in check finally Wuhan China has officially banned the eating of wild animals they've also put new stricter rules on breeding wild animals so go through this again this is a good idea to the state of Indiana normally honors one educator with the teacher of the year award this year they announce they're giving the award to all sixty five thousand teachers and that's why yeah why not right I'm speaking to teachers a fourth grade teacher in Texas has been showing up at her former students homes to congratulate them for graduating high school I'll re read that for you this is their fourth grade teacher which is really sweet but also a little creepy don't you think I mean you really remember your fourth grade teacher what I'm I do miss black okay there's this party I don't remember I don't remember because it was when young did horse and buggy to school yeah it was one school how you we are the one black Ford ranger from kindergarten to fifth grade this little wooden desktop right now if I get it W. Michigan who's been married seventy years I had been able to see each other because the husband was allowed to visit the wife's nursing home but that being a part is having a huge impact on their health how many times we read stories about broken heart syndrome right now sell the home it made an exception letter moving in a nursing home and they had an emotional reunion last week so that's kind of nice I just hope next week we're not reading that one or both of them caught it yeah died or something that would be terrible if this does happen you know we can choose not to read it I was in the good news yes right and that's all right when we come back next please don't go anywhere we have a story for we have the does a cat we we can remake that one day we also a story about found money now I've always had the same policy and found money which is you got to give it back because we don't they're gonna find you get one where I changed my mind entirely after reading the story about found money first of all it's a lot of money second while it happened here in Virginia love the story next C. one oh four connect with us so we can stay connected with you when you he and I work at one of the hospitals in the area whether it's staying calm or not.
"fifth grade" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Now started in fifth grade says the feeder for the band in high school John says this would be a huge loss to I think that elementary school is when kids learn that they have a love for music they might not have tried before but they have an opportunity to try and buy waiting until middle school and high school it's really too late because there's so many other classes offers that might take over and a lot of kids might not have realized that they had a love for music so Amanda the economy is good and I think a lot of people are puzzled when they hear that schools are having such a hard time because there are a lot of lot of taxpayers paying a lot of taxes and they're a lot of new homes being built in that area it's more and more affluent area in our state why are they seeing the shortfall here's a the district says the shortfalls caused by increased pension costs less funding than projected by the state and they say they have slower enrollment growth in the coming year so they're projecting it to slow down if the parents I talked to two were concerned about the causes because some of the conservative families and the district of laughed concerned about the new social science curriculum that curriculum integrates LBGT Q. lessons with historical context for example second graders are told one lesson about Sally ride saying she joined NASA and became the first female and first let's meet American astronaut but I asked the district if they thought that was one of the culprits through email they responded they did not seem to be concerned the official R. U. S. D. enrollment grew from last school year to this school year just by fifty four students and there are a lot of charter schools in the area it's not over yet the board will vote on the cuts in March all right Amanda thank you very much appreciate that and with that we have to traffic in.
"fifth grade" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I ruin the fifth grade I knew that star was going yeah but here's the other thing that I think is kind of a dangerous thing in sports there is a degree of what we now consider bullying yeah that's not bullying it's just what happens when you play sports competition it's competition and if we start draining all of these kids of a competitive spirit we screwed yeah well listen one of the one of the jokes that came out of the Iowa caucuses the other night was why don't we just give everybody a participation ribbon that's what they want anyway right that's not a way that that's not true but that's not the way it that's not the way things are a and sports is a great example that there are winners there are losers thing to go through it's a good thing to to want to win I don't think it's a bad I don't think we should be telling people to bad to want to be a winner and that if you're a winner you're suddenly bullying somebody else just because you won right you know I I wouldn't go so far as to put up a list of the fifth graders in search and say Jimmy and Susie lead their respective genders in terms of the sit and reach but because I don't I'm trying to think back I don't remember who was there who had the most polite I don't remember any of that stuff it's not like it was a bad but if I did something that was embarrassing or if I if I knew that I would be pointed at and laugh that if I wasn't doing anything to get better that's a motivator again that doesn't sound right his sounds like an encouraging bullying but it's not bullying Val like what the umbrella of bullying has become so big it's insane an end to tell kids that they're being bullied when they're not is also not good for them yeah it's a plays into this whole victimhood that we've fallen into in twenty twenty where everyone wants to be victimized because it's in I am a victim of this from a victim of that and how come this always happens to me it's a really bad way to look at life and it's gonna do you know favors when we come back if you're looking for a job we have a little we have a little gas jobs alert coming up winning jobs we need to test out a new airport terminal and guess what you'll get for it guess what the compensation as will tell you all about airline tickets and we come back free coronavirus Gerry and CNN will return to Chris little was half Utah Republican senator Mitt Romney says he's going to vote to convict president trump that makes him the first and likely only Republicans in the Senate impeachment trial who will break ranks and vote in favor of conviction search warrants have been served in the case of a college student last seen in San Luis Obispo in nineteen ninety six one of those warrants in the Christensen our case was served in San Pedro a missing box filled with the ashes of a woman has been found in Nevada by a passer by a week after it was taken from a hotel in Vegas the family had left the ashes in some luggage with the hotel everything disappeared the ashes were found at a bus stop the luggage is still missing we'll check you drive on the one oh one next so you ask anybody who's had any remodeling done no matter what it is and they usually say I wish I would known what to expect but when reborn cabinets remodeled my kitchen I knew exactly what I was getting into because Brenda and Vinny the whole family and reborn cabinets had feel be and in fact I'd been to their learn from the pros workshops a handful of them so I knew what I was getting into and if this is your year to remodel another reborn cabinets learn from the pros.
"fifth grade" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"D. B. O. when I was the fifth grade I remember this but when I was in the fifth grade I they they had a thing where they say they told us us kids to dress up like the job that you want right it's normal like they have that like you know what dress now most of little boys were like quarterback outfits you know like football uniforms or like ninja outfits you know hi wore a suit and carried a briefcase and I went as a businessman because my father was a businessman and I buy what I wanted to get a bill like my father well I just I I read this report here that says that today's kids a recent survey of three thousand kids today asking them what they want to be when they grow up the researchers were startled because almost all the kids wanted to do the same thing when they grow up they wanted the same job what is it making YouTube videos boom that's it I have not seen my kids watch a real TV ever it's at the wrist in that tablet all the time yep might my twin boys black and decker other thirteen they're convinced that they're gonna be YouTube stars every child I know is convinced that they're gonna be YouTube stars well isn't that just new age movie stars like hell kids wanna grow up they want to be TV or movie star now it's the one the YouTube stars sure sure I guess so yeah times have changed and and they still wanna be famous kids to want to be famous instead of ninjas in quarterbacks though they want to be YouTube stars I think it's a good time if your kid to try to be a ninja or a quarterback yeah because frankly no one wants to be a ninja everybody back other line right yeah the only one that mustache it's a twenty two year.
"fifth grade" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Take you to a fifth grade school. great. the school's lawyer role here that has a new policy pumila. the policy yeah directed at the fifth graders yeah as the mother of a fourth grader okay oh my god right the fourth grade already yeah yeah I have a fourth grader okay welcome to that reality okay. I have so many issues with this next story but let's proceed headline fifth grade teacher bands dating to reduce broken hearts okay there's a lot to digest and that one sentence for me as a mother of the fourth grader. teachers. Ben dating first off I didn't realize fifth graders were later you needed to ban it in the fifth grade I didn't realize teachers could. dating okay okay. what are we really defining as a broken hearts. okay were able to begin. yes I know what I want to begin I'm I'm I'm kerfuffle Bruce yeah at what age did you have your first girlfriend. was the fifth grade no okay I was one hundred percent convinced they had cooties in the fifth grade yeah one hundred percent. maybe freshman to sophomore year in high school okay so you're in high school Patty Fernandes how you doing couldn't tell you okay that's probably get I don't even think the restraining order is up I know how that works. for me I mean gosh now I have a boyfriend in fifth grade I had a crush. in the name of this is kind of cute in fifth grade who amongst us has a high aggression and to me but says are you Lucy was kind of cute by. where does that come from. I mean by both the. all right. he ran. the mayor of Granbretan actually he's a principal. by the way into. so principled but there is the so there's that yet. but you know what thank you. do you dare not even if you like them and I think that's that's the difference teachers are calling is dating graders date they look like one another they may call each other boyfriend and girlfriend but. and what it is I mean come on this whole spade a spade here. I love how they let me read you the letter that was sent home to these fifth grade parents. over your portions of this it's come to our attention that many of the fifth grade students are dating each other okay as a mother if I ever receive that'd be like what do you like let's let's do this is an age where students become interested in develop crushes. this is also the age that hearts can get broken quickly at this age children are dating and breaking up within days of each other because they're not dating a you're not breaking their hard they just hurt okay this leads to many of you see their idea of dating and breaking up is who you sit next to in the lunch right yeah exactly we just start out of touch now there were a lot of growing up quicker to yeah yeah yeah. a fourth grader and so you're like there's no way I know that they're a little fourth grade girls that have crushes on some of the fourth grade boys like I know that my daughter takes after me you know when I had my first boyfriend my first official boyfriend first official boyfriend was twenty shop the front door I was in college at a issue sure leader in high school I was friends with all the guys like I was the one like I don't know because all the time datum I was there but he didn't know my girlfriend and my daughter's kinda like this well I asked this on our Bruce engines a panel you should totally unscientific poll the day the thumb on the Facebook page regarding the fifth grade teacher banning students from dating I asked were you dating in the fifth grade. what do you think the coming down to what. are you dating in the fifth grade hundreds of votes already hundreds were you dating the fifth I'd say seventy five no maybe twenty five yes eighty twenty eighty twenty okay okay yeah so so. one of you Mike Edwards stating in the fifth grade. like the fifth graders and also had a mustache. you know what I'm talking about like uses were like you know why are you did you stay back a couple. six four. more rules yeah okay this letter goes on this is the part that just kind of cracks me up. all three classes have been spoken to about the importance of this matter they were given until Tuesday or Wednesday to make sure that the relationships have ended they were given a day. ray gun so you're so concerned with the broken the hard you say Hey and break up. because that's going to make your building is going to be nothing but drama in two years on that day well nothing about it welcome to the fifth grade well it's middle school your your there is a wrong but it's just a lot of room is going to. hello Cologne and desperation it's going to be sad. yeah. are you dating the I'm not kidding there is. I. no hard. I know that they're going to be some parents out there right now. you don't know what kids are going to die on your so out of touch I'm out now now I'm in touch like I I've had call goes with my daughter all right we we we we talked about things like I'm not oblivious to stuff it's just one of those things like dating it but take exception to this because by this definition I didn't I didn't have my first boyfriend when I was twenty by this definition I had like. we're friends all through high school Nicole treated us and said in nineteen eighty three we just called it going together yeah we're going together yeah yes I'm with you okay I wasn't even at that rate in fifth grade no not in faith but like or I like going out or like you know I live in the fifth grade michaeli ride my bicycle so far. I love how parents though parents get like this outrage this isn't the school's responsibility this is my response you know what you're right there even parents and the school there talked about taking legal action was gonna lawyers the leads through the fifth grade so that you can date this is just ridiculous on so many levels it's like slow you're all chill out these are just kids that are going to eventually have their heart broken as a parent it sucks when that happens your.
"fifth grade" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Parents. Supposed to leave room for the Holy Spirit. Right. For the Holy Spirit. Everybody is very. Anyway, those were some of the songs that were on our slide show. I'll be doing that Thursday. We had a little fifth grade. You know, of course, when I left fifth grade, my dad was like what was today the last day school hadn't even know that? Sorry, I missed it people coming in suits reserving seats paying dollars to reserve seats resume. I know exactly man. But my compliments is head into sixth grade. So are you saying it's over? Is that what you're saying, coach with that Sarah McLaughlin? What are you saying? I'm not feeling good about it. Honestly. I don't know how how much of this is Toronto. Oh, it's alter alive. It sure it's a lot of need. Kevin Durant Toronto like it's pretty clear who the better team in this series has been. And how did this come about this was supposed to be Milwaukee season? Milwaukee was now stern conference. What this is sort of. Like can I made this call around game one I said man this what's going on Toronto? Right now, reminds me the twenty ten giants and I know twenty fifteen warriors is also similar. But again, they had one in seventy five the franchise. It's never won. One is a different beast. And when they smell it and can you also make the two thousand ten giants analogy in that Toronto light. Boches giants is getting hot at the right time. Yes. God. Yeah. I think I said this morning. I think we underestimated the championship pedigree, question of Kawhi. Leonard question data. Agree, I agree. We just kind of forgot this. Have you been here before I won and even other guys like box? He's got a lot of postseason experience. It's not like these guys are so green. And you're right. I think I know that I overlooked at, I think a lot of people did. And like Murph said, I think a lot of us including me thought Milwaukee was gonna win that series on paper. Secondary. Boston was the darling. A lot of the lease on watch out for Philiadelphia was darling fits said multiple times in the fits files that he thought the butts might have been the best team in the NBA all season until they lost that series if they were up and can kind of road under the radar, and then the Spurs, right? And they're they came from in Toronto's down. Oh to Milwaukee. Don't forget, they were dead in the Milwaukee series, they've now won seven of eight, which is just like Boches team getting hot in October. Yeah. And all of a sudden you ride it, and then it becomes bigger than you. Now you've got this fan base behind you. Now you got planned the best basketball of his life when the team can catch fire collectively like this shot fifty percent in the third quarter seemingly everything they threw up was going in and we saw. That in game one and game three. And then the second half a game four they couldn't miss. And the warriors one is called the wheels when flying off the rig in the third quarter copes you know, the other part about this, too, and I was thinking about this the other night, actually might be and I watched the game together Friday night. And when fan fleet went down this guy like member he was bleeding. In the bar. He had to be trashed he's like, holding a pool cue. On the ground and he was going. Yeah. Hell, yeah. It's a blood sport. What the hell's going on me? Think about like there's not really anybody in this series where there has been in every other series. The warriors of played in this run that you didn't really like the raptors. Like nobody Drake is the unlikable on the roster where we're looking at where like, screw that guy. Take him down to accept this guy. Hate Don van fleet for a guy that crazy in bloodthirsty. I didn't know Madison Bumgarner shot pool at the local at the local, taverns Q, by the way, where where are you guys green green grant and green to slice it a go? We went to golden boy. And then we went to grand Greek golden boy that led the site of a great dispute earlier in the season, it was, we had a snow disappeared degree. Tony, and in, in creative. Tony was he doesn't like the slice there. Is that correct just an atrocious? Yeah. You can't be a good slice place. If you're open twenty four hours or whatever it was. He says, if you're open late, then you're not a good pizza, and I was like, what are we talking about? Speaking of open twenty four hours. The governor of California Gavin Newsom top assistant is a Murph and MAC head. Jason Elliot to Jason Jason guy. Tweeted me over the weekend, and said, I'll be down for the grand opening. Did you guys see this news? Bob's donuts. I repeat Bob's onus is opening a second location on Baker street to do you know, the irony of that is the after we left. The giants game the other night to traffic was so bad in front of the yard. We took sixteenth and cut through the city. I drove right? Past it as somebody in the carves, a case at the same. Bob's as public Cardi open, while the sign is the sign is up. It's under it looks like they're getting ready. It's under construction they're not doing business yet, but I, I said, yes, that is the same sign that's that same logo. And I had no idea that there was another Bob's coming, but there is, and it's going to be weird to just very residential over there. It's not like Polk street guys aren't. Doing a soft shoe at four AM on Baker. Baker it's by the DMV. Well, the panhandle down there. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We're kind of talking. Let's see Baker and Fulton or Baker McAllister Fulton and Baker Baker, I was thinking about this, this morning a week from today. We should be donuts, we got US open pick them on Thursday here in town to mucky marks touchdown full last night. Way to pebble. Which we, we are not though. That's weird. Well, we thought we had the chance to go broadcast in there, but you get no access to anything. They stick in ten far away. Nobody comes and talks to you. Yeah. Is it the merchandise here, actually, I, I'm so attached to my pullover. I couldn't leave without one. So I just tied it around my waist. It's the Nancy. You ain't gonna need that today. Dude, I heard it's going to be ninety five up in the north bay today. It's gonna be a hot one. We had, we had a century, the wait, let's brew up a pot of coffee to for everybody after a difficult weekend all around the bay. My guy in seventy seven says, paulie I need coffee and valium? I've never tried that combination. But it sounds interesting. It was a tough week got all around not just not just the, the Bumgarner Lino loss to the dodgers. Not just the, the warriors, not just my mighty giants. My baby's coming up short in the city championship game. Hat is off to the mighty brewers. The better team won truly a worthy and honorable champion. Team season that you respect and all that. But on top of that Sunday night. I'm the last guy standing to don't there's there is no clock in baseball, dude. We're still playing Cecchi Robinson dude, until mich- Jim Harbaugh's Michigan. Wolverines unranked knocked out the number one ranked UCLA grossly college World Series, almost concurrently. Stanford got knocked out down in Mississippi State to break dude. Dude. Baseball's cruel mistress dude, accrue mistress that can never take away twenty fifteen year we won. We wanted to know women's college World Series. Did I know just up the softball dude? Rachel Garcia's in the circle in the circle, I believe that they say, yes, not on the bump so tough week at all around, man. Little heartbreak in the little league diamond a little crusher Friday night at oracle you had bum getting one nothing by the munchies, and then do, but spring spring will be here before you know it to twenty twenty hope springs. It's. So anyway, it's wanted to shout out the Bruins and Michigan unranked this their first college World Series in thirty five years, I was talking to a Michigan wolverine one of the moms at our year end picnic. She's like I didn't even know we had a baseball teams like you go into the Michigan store man. All you can get football stuff. So anyway, the guest.
"fifth grade" Discussed on KTRH
"In the fifth grade in nineteen eighty six I think you Avery island in all the tobacco factory. Oh, that'd be fun. It was mainly remember. Yeah. Just even thinner of the doc on the walkout there because otherwise the alligator get your close and now they put up a bit. But back then they didn't have that been. Do you remember the name of the company that owns Tabasco? Mcilhenny company Avery island weighed what you got. When I was a kid, I grew up living in southern California going to school. Then coming out here, Texas place, way, I'm the country gummy every year in the summer for the whole summer. But one years, I think it was third grade living in the Senate Hannah area, they took us on a field trip down to San Juan Capistrano while the wall was returning. It'd be interesting. We saw I think blue herons yesterday on the by you. Well, those are beautiful birds while you're looking at Rommel. Why are you what are you doing? You being weird Fred. Go ahead. Hey, Mike Glennon would call this field trip, but transplant from New York at twelve years old, my first encounter with burger was at Rogers, my dad's company back then, remember you from Brooklyn, New York. Okay. And. The city boy, and we come out here to Texas and my dad's company put us up at the Galleria, which was totally a culture shock to begin with one day my mom while my dad was at work. My mom, they wanna pay the prices in the Galleria, even though the company was paying for everything. She says we're going to walk over here. Sean, we're gonna go to this hamburger place. And I remember seeing the big Chuck way in so we, we go inside, and I ordered Bergen New York. You get a burger, you don't get much with burger. Well, I got my bird or not bit into it, and it was the most God awful things I've ever had. I thought to myself. Oh my God, Texas. This is horrible. That was my big memory of ROY Rogers. And then as a as a rookie on PD. We used to go there at night. It was a big hang out place for the cops it ruin Rogers. No, it was sit in, in the nineties. How old are you? Fifty three. Oh, you sound about twenty five. Oh well, thank you. So the Luke's there was a was a big cop. Hang out. Yeah. We stood alone. I was rookie back then I remember being scared to death because I used to one side of town, we call out the eat. We only had forty five minutes, and we would haul around the loop the six ten loop over there, and they would be cops from everywhere. Eight now do you remember what that used to look like further? South was the clothing store. Wasn't Pinto range. What, what was it? Walter pies. What was a that was a clothing store was a big clothing store. Was not one, Marvin Zindler, what was.
"fifth grade" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"One of the most I hate to say it, but I of representations of this the crucified young girls. I don't know why they picked young girls they did this to a lot of people. But they they put rows of young girls naked being crucified, and that's in this piece back. Let me get the title of this for you. This is Armenian genocide remembrance day. Revisiting Islam's greatest slaughter of Christians by Raymond Abraham is posted as of the twenty fourth. Which what are we talking about six days back? So it's up there. Now, I say we set the timer. The clock is ticking. How long will it take for Facebook to delete this off of my page? That's why you need to get to Facebook you need to get two zero exit on Facebook, and you need to share this. We need a thousand people to share this story. It's history. It's what actually happened. I remember I wanna say sixth grade, maybe fifth grade, I don't know where we talked about the Ottoman empire. And it was always couched in guys sitting around with fezzes on smoking. A hookah looked all romantic and cool, and you had girls in veils, and they never really told you what was going on there. I mean, they didn't really tell you tell you. But you knew it was the Turks and the Ottoman empire was the March of the Turks toward you know, it was the March of Islam one on one straight up. Islamic state is what it was. Was much like the Islamic state now begin some serious ground, and they completely sandblasted off of of all sandblasted all of Christianity off of the areas that they took over and this is a post on that share it. What are you waiting for? I'm looking at the site right here on my site, where I just put it up got to be more than I know. There are nineteen people listening to me. But let's go back and see. Okay. How many shares three and I'm one of them. What's going on out? There. You got to share this stuff. If you're listening to me right now, get the thyroid extract on Facebook and share the post on our media genocide because Facebook's going to take it then they have robots on Facebook. Don't doubt this that are artificial intelligence physical robots that I know of anyway, but but but it's it's it's a scanner of everything on Facebook. And anytime the word. Islam comes up. You know, you know, that all of a sudden is going to be scrutinized to scrutinized because they look at that as a hateful people would bad mouth is limbo. I put in jail for it. On Facebook jail, and I put a postive about that earlier too. But other people have told me that as well. They don't. And so I don't use the word Islam anymore. My posts I used to and making it harder for the robot. But they'll catch this. And it'd be willing to bet you that they will take it down. Now, there's nothing opinion manic or the incendiary and salting or anything here. This is straight up history. This is the history of the world. Now, my comment is the Armenians were slaughtered by the autumn empire. A whole bunch of people were, but the this is focusing on their means the Turks wants to bring that back and lead it teach the truth share this. And then the piece it says Armenian genocide remembrance day revisiting Islam's greatest slaughter of Christians. And it shows the girls some of them being crucified. Things people do to each other is just it's so hard to understand. And it's so hard to explain an anyway, it's absolutely insane. So make sure you shared again. If you're listening to my voice, get your ass over two zero exiting to non Facebook and share that post. This isn't a personal thing. I'm not trying to set up a contest here. I just want to see Facebook not be able to take this down. If they do they'll take off a thousand pages of the. Put them to work. FBI investigating antiga for planning to buy guns from cartel for armed rebellion. Hey, what times the game on what's for dinner? What's your dinner tonight? What did they say? And what what tends to game. If investigating anti fascist activities foreign alleged plot to buy guns from a Mexican cartel stage an armed rebellion at southern border. According to an unclassified document obtained by the Chicago Tribune, well, that's somewhat of a reputable rag on the liberal side. But if they're going to post it, they must've gotten information somewhere, and by the way. Antiga whenever you hear people talk about fascism. You can't get more fascist than antifa and violent fascist evil ugly. There's nothing they do of any benefit anybody. It's never been some type of a freedom movement or a difference of opinion. No, it's always been straight up evil on TV. They call themselves anti fascist. That's where it came from a kidding me. And the guys that are in it more often than not there's girls in it too. But they do that, you know, where they mask the mask over their face. When the police are always dealing with them. The police are really standing down holding their ground kind of like maybe they'll they'll back up a bit. But they're they're humoring him. The police should be reaching up and ripping those rags off their faces and then they'll Sam gonna sue. And then the police should slap on the side of it as hard as they can possibly club into the ground. I mean there really should start doing that FBI document from December two thousand eighteen warns of. Militant antifa activists planning to disrupt security operations at the US Mexico border. The group allegedly planned to buy guns from a Mexican cartel associate known as Cobra commander Cobra commander in order to stage an armed rebellion at the border. Have you heard this anybody else share this with you seriously told you about this would you care? I mean, you're not done in the border, right? The source who provided it to the San Diego Tribune asked the outlet, not to publish the six page document because investigation is ongoing in the outlet cited to additional law enforcement officials who confirmed the news to additional law enforcement officials who confirmed the news the FBI has warned dozens of law enforcement agencies in both Mexico United States of the alleged plot two of them named in. The report told the San Diego Tribune, the allegations are absurd. Well, yeah. Because they're in the plot. I wonder if there were college professors, I wonder if they were ninety pounds soaking wet rags over their faces it doesn't make any sense if someone from the United States would purchase guns in Mexico's Ivan rebelling the man known as Cobra commander told the outlet so Ivan wriggling as the Cobra commander, and the Honduran certainly didn't bring money to buy guns. It doesn't make any sense. In fact, it's extremely absurd that the Honduras wanted to attack the United States at the border. This guy needs to answer some serious questions. I I really do..
"fifth grade" Discussed on WTVN
"It is January twenty fifth grade. Tabby listening this morning course, if you've been out at all this week, you know, the potholes are starting to pop ODA spokesperson. Matt bruning says. Yeah, it was kind of expected by the road, folks. Because you know, we've seen these swings in temperature. We've we've been you know, below zero than up to forty and then you've got rain, and then ice and snow all that's terribly tough on roadways. Bruening says in two thousand eighteen crews us over fifteen hundred tons of asphalt to patch holes on interstates in US routes of they've already exceeded that number by over one thousand tons this year. So we're well on our way to have in big time potholes. And you just you know, they just pop up seemingly overnight so. The they try ODA tries to fill the holes as quickly as possible because state law allows drivers who have vehicles damaged to file for damages with your high court acclaim, so they're doing their best. Plus, I mean, they drive to so they don't they don't want to have their kidneys rattled anymore than you do. But it's out there. You know, you can Email reports in and again, if you have actual damage, you have recourse, if the pothole hasn't been taken care of new study is linked fried chicken to higher risk of death study found that women who ate one serving of fried chicken had a thirteen percent higher risk of death and women who didn't eat any fried foods fried seafood. Seven percent higher risk. Researchers say much is unknown about the long term health effects of eating fried foods. But plenty of studies linked them to type two diabetes and heart disease. And I don't know if you're a coffee person or not I saw this advertised yesterday. And I think it's called the bear sewer. I'm not one hundred percent on that. But it is a hybrid of alarm clock and coffee pot. Like, you can even steam the milk on it. And all I mean, it's just. I mean, I know people like their coffee like feel like they needed to get going. But I mean, you can't shuffle to the kitchen now. Plus. Do you really want hot liquids that close to your face when you're sleeping? I mean when you're in that state early in the morning, don't you at least want to kinda wake up enough to stand up get on your robe and get to the kitchen. The spillage in bed the risk of spillage to me seems like that would preclude people from doing that. Plus, the fact that things sells for four hundred fifty bucks. So whatever you you handle that information how you will breaking news in our six thirty report there. Trump adviser, I suppose informal advisor be the way you say Roger stone has been arrested more now with ABC, Sherry Preston. Longtime confident of President Trump. Roger stone has been arrested in Fort Lauderdale. He has been indicted by federal grand jury on seven counts. One count of obstruction five counts of making false statements and one count of witness tampering this coming as former Trump campaign manager, Paul Manafort heads back to court again today, metaphor sartorial choices. We're always meant to be evidence of a lavish lifestyle at trial. Prosecutors revealed Manafort spent nearly a million dollars on suits now convicted he sought a judge's permission to wear a suit and a judge granted it for a hearing about his alleged lies to the special counsel. Prosecutors have said Manafort violated his plea deal when he misled them about his contact with a businessman suspected of ties to Russian intelligence defense attorneys have tried to downplay the alleged lies saying that when placed in proper context, they amount to little more than lack of consistency. Aaron Katersky ABC news, New York and once again longtime Trump confident Roger stone under arrest facing seven federal charges. Sherry preston. ABC news. There's your update now updates on traffic and weather that we do for you every ten minutes.
"fifth grade" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Of fifth grade conduct is going to contribute. It's hard to see how it's very constructive. But at the end of the day, whatever his is we're going to do are. We are now heading in today. Twenty eight of a partial shutdown over border wall funding ABC news has obtained video and images of the single largest group of asylum seekers ever to cross into the US who burrowed under a border wall border patrol says the group number nearly three hundred eighty people one hundred eighty which would children they say smugglers, Doug, seven holes under the wall near Yuma. Arizona and were only spotted after safely crossing a New Jersey priest has been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a team. Middlesex County prosecutor's office, arrested father, Thomas Ganley and charged him with aggravated sexual assault. It's the first criminal case filed by a task. Force formed by the New Jersey attorney general's office last year to investigate clergy sex abuse, Gandhi was a priest at Saint Cecilia church in Woodbridge in the early nineteen nineties when prosecutors said he abused someone between fourteen and seventeen Ganley had been assigned to a different New Jersey parish prior to the arrest. ABC's Aaron Katersky. A federal appeals court has lifted a lower court ban that kept Texas from eliminating Planned Parenthood from the state's Medicaid program state's attorney general can Paxton hails the ruling while Planned Parenthood officials pledged to keep fighting. You're listening to ABC news. It's time to join the stock market have nervous with all the recent fluctuations. It's hard to guess what will happen next with vantage point. You don't have to our.
"fifth grade" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Of fifth grade conduct is going to contribute. It's hard to see how it's very constructive. But at the end of the day, whatever his motivation is we're going to do our oversight. We are now heading in today. Twenty eight of a partial shutdown over border wall funding ABC news has obtained video and images of the single largest group asylum-seekers ever to cross into the US who burrowed under a border wall or to patrol says the group number nearly three hundred eighty people one hundred eighty which would children they say smugglers, Doug, seven holes under the wall near Yuma. Arizona and were only spotted after safely crossing New Jersey priest has been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a team. Middlesex County prosecutor's office, arrested father, Thomas Ganley and charged him with aggravated sexual assault. It's the first criminal case filed by a task. Force formed by the New Jersey attorney general's office last year to investigate clergy sex abuse, Gandhi was a priest at Saint Cecilia church in Woodbridge in the early nineteen nineties when prosecutors said he abused someone between fourteen and seventeen Ganley had been assigned to a different New Jersey parish prior to the arrest. ABC's Aaron Katersky. A federal appeals court has lifted a lower court ban that kept Texas from eliminating Planned Parenthood from the state's Medicaid program state's attorney general Ken Paxton hails the ruling while Planned Parenthood officials pledged to keep fighting. You're listening to ABC news. I'm Patrick Carroll chief and I'm Adrian Cortes, and we're the host of red Redfield America, and you storytelling podcast red pulled America's not.
"fifth grade" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Fund it into thunder. Rain's coming down out there be very careful. He's roads that can be problematic today, you'll find areas of the road where the waters pools up, obviously. And you don't see to the last second you hit it, and boom, you could be hydroplaning. And sometimes you can be coming down the five free where you're coming south down to the five percent, right. And you're coming down hill and you say to yourself. I'll man this is not going to be puddles there. But what happens is the water flow comes across the freeway or it comes down from a hillside or just crosses the road in some direction where there is a large portion of water almost like little river. So it doesn't have to be just standing water that causes that hydroplaning. So be very careful because you want to get to work safe and sound you get there late. You get there late in how many people are gonna be late here today at iheartradio all of them, probably all of them, as they should be honest. Take your time. Yeah. That's a safety thing here. So we're talking about do you have? T shirt or something from the past. It's really want back from your acts. Maybe they took your favorite shirt, and they never gave it back to yourself like that after so have you Texan three one two four three your calls. Eight six six five four four my FM for me. The thing that comes to mind, I was in like sixth grade fifth grade, maybe and I had a I don't even want to say she was my girlfriend burger hanging out with we would all go over to her house up. I left I had like a Mighty Ducks jersey or whatever. And I left it at her house. And then I I was embarrassed to ask for back, and I didn't make up some light on my parents about where it was. And I just thought I'd never got it back. I know for a fact Sally Wanda cut has something of yours. She was a she would take things I think not saying she was a klepto. She's stealing stuff. But she's always like, oh, I like that. That's really nice. Well, you're such shirts your T shirts. You a lot more comfy than ours? Is that what it is is? Okay. All right. Well, Sally wanted to cut. I hope you're enjoying that ten year old sweatshirt. You just buy your own though. Like, they only sell them to guy. There's something about having your boyfriend's sweatshirt the way hold on when I said ten-year-old sweatshirt, and I was ten at the time. Not like, I just met this girl. Sally wanted to cut ten years. She has been married. Caught onto that. I wanted to clarify that I was ten years old. Took my shirt eight six six five four.
"fifth grade" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"You would you would have to spend some time like going to meetings or something bible study. Oh, man. I went to Lutheran and Catholic school. I know all the buzzwords. I I could sing I could jump in on a him with them. God. And Adam and eve, all yeah. No. I mean, I mean where were you there when they crucified my vote? That's a great track. Feels like some very Catholic guilt shit. You'll. Yeah. The I mean all the lyrics are like were you there? Then like were you there when they put him in the tomb and put him on a cross? Yeah. Catholics sort of feel bad about that shit. Whereas a lot of the, you know, Southern Baptists religions are just like we know who did that shit. Did we? Right. It's like if I'd been there. Right. This crucifixion wouldn't have gone down. Yes. Well, watch the passion of the Christ. We all know what went down. They have a they say at this school to in the parent shirts. It says a women are only permitted to teach children teenagers and other women and they have health classes in fifth grade, which has a quote, distinctly, biblical perspective. And then they also like read this book called the secret keeper the delicate power of modesty for the women in class, the young girls at the school, wait. So what what is excluded from that list of people women are allowed to just grown men. I they can't speak to grown men about the by men have talked to madman. Right. I guess I don't know. That's kind of confusing to me I'm gonna talk to women if they want, but they can't the woman can initiate it. And act like she knows something about the bible that they don't write his. Oh, I'm sorry. You're gonna waiting to him of the bible. Right. I know every word just tell me a page, and I'll sail recite it from. Sorry has got a woman. No, he's a man God is talk to out of the black woman. We all know that. But Windu in those she doing there at the school. What is old mother? She she's taught there for twelve years when he was in congress. So that was her old job, and she's just like I have to get back. But anyway in this book this eager keeper there's a second. Since the source of power is modesty modesty. A source of great power. Yes. Modesty is the source of this delicate formidable power making it a power in and of itself, it's delicate because it can be so innocently given away without your even knowing it it's formidable or difficult to deal with or.
"fifth grade" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Had spent nearly two decades trying to put down on paper. What was in his head? Even as as life fell apart around him and many of his closest friends and relatives came to think of him as a crook. At the time as far as I know. No one had attempted something this ambitious in terms of indexing all the songs in America. Ryley shepherd a man with a fifth grade education and occasional writer of porn, a con man and hustler at attempted to create something that would require years of effort by a team of archaeologists. And a small army of researchers. The fact of the attempt, I think is is actually a significant fact in the history of folks on scholarship in the United States, and it's actually something almost nobody knows about. I wouldn't know about it. If you hadn't bought it to my attention. You know, I've studied this for quite a number of years. I asked eve to choose a song and explain how Riley had classified it. So he opened volume three ran his finger down pages filled with typewritten entries. So. One that I'm. This is haul away Joe which is a scene shabby, and it says this is a short drag or short-haul shanty was taken from British sailors and Americanized, which means.