Pericope: the ultimate word origin for this word is from the Greek. It comes from the Greek word: koptein meaning to cut. Then the word goes through various stages of Greek and Latin. The word finally arrives in English in the mid 17th cent. It is pronounced: puh- rick- uh-pee.
Relax yourself and have a nice weekend! Breezy construction cut in a fit and flare silhouette featuring an allover floral print finished with adjustable straps, an open strappy back and a zippered closure at the back.
Reading Nonfiction: Notice and Note Bookmarks (FREE) Based on the book Reading Nonfiction: Notice and Note Stances, Signposts, and Strategies by Beers and Probst, I created colorful bookmarks with the five signposts, signpost definition, text focus, and question on them. The bookmarks are one-sided, but are meant to be cut in half and then folded in half to create a front and back.