Monthly Archives: April 2007

MY ARGUMENT AGAINST THE CURRENT ARGUMENT

When I first read Raggedy Anne’s argument about our current argument, I was convinced the honeybee story was most important. After all, people can’t live without honeybees…right? Actually, humans will continue to live, even if honeybees don’t. Honeybees aren’t the … Continue reading

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A Backpack Tragedy 2

From the diary of The Hamster, Dear Diary, Today, all of the contents of my locker were stolen! All I did was accidently leave my combination lock open. I was missing all of the textbooks, the folders, the pictures of … Continue reading

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Seeing Your City #1!

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Our Current Argument #1

Last week, we studied a bunch of really important current events in class here at Cybermiddle.  They were: Honeybee Disappearance:  In London, England the bee population has decreased greatly over the past few years. This has also happened all around … Continue reading

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Reading Coach – Prior Knowledge

Today we will be talking about a strategy that will help you while reading.  The strategy is called prior knowledge.  Prior knowledge can help you while reading and in real life situations. To help you understand, we’ll ask you two … Continue reading

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100 Countries!!

Its time to party, we have finally been visited by 100 countries and have been heard by 43% of the world!!! Here are a few of the countries that we’ve gotten hits from: The USA, UK, Ireland, Czech Republic, Phillapeans, … Continue reading

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Shark Tales

A few days ago, three Black Tip Reef Sharks died in an aquarium in Norfolk. The staff in the aquarium said they are "deeply concerned and upset" about what happened. A staff member accidently put the water two degrees colder … Continue reading

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