Chivalry isn't dead.

Here is my attempt to help students using the Notice and Note strategies for one of my favorite short stories, ‘Chivalry‘ by Neil Gaiman.   Or: Wait, you know what? I think you might enjoy doing this yourself. I don’t want to spoil the story for you. I believe there is an example of every… Read More Chivalry isn't dead.

little big beginnings…

A monk lived in solitude beside a temple on the side of a mountain It was a small temple and the monk was a young monk and the mountain was not the most beautiful or impressive mountain in Japan. From Neil Gaiman’s The Dream Hunters

Mighty Myth Month: Jack.

Jack-in-the-Box The archetypal Jack is mischievous. He is the joker, the wild card, the surprise, the one with the spark. He starts things, but seldom finishes them. He is restless, fidgety, edgy, but not anxious. He’s not worried about anything, he just wants things to move along. He is known by many incarnations: Jack O’Lantern,… Read More Mighty Myth Month: Jack.