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A hearty congratulations to Michael Williams of Christian Brothers High School in Tennessee! His CBHS Honors Theatre History Online Haiku Learning class garnered him a winning score from our judges. His excellent use of Haiku Assessments and Discussions combined with embedded full video lectures, easy to navigate page structure and a fantastic custom Theme, made this class stand out.

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Haiku Poetry Worksheets and Templates

This Haiku Poetry product includes a brief history and structure of Haiku poems, a worksheet that will allow your students to be able to identify t...

from Eyes On Walls

Overheated Structure

Yellowmenace: Artist - HR-FM HAIKU Art Review: Ex/interior - Tortured texture dominates - Dynamic decay More AZN Art @ Yellowmenace Blog

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Bagua (Taoism)

The bagua (Chinese: 八卦; literally:"eight symbols" ) are eight trigrams used in Taoist cosmology to represent the fundamental principles of reality, seen as a range of eight interrelated concepts. Each consists of three lines, each line either "broken" or "unbroken," representing yin or yang, respectively. Due to their tripartite structure, they are often referred to as "trigrams" in English. The trigrams are related to taiji philosophy, taijiquan and the wu xing, or "five elements". The...


In Massachusetts Lab, Scientists Grow An Artificial Rat Limb

In the study, muscle cells were injected into the cell-free "scaffolding" of a rat limb, which provided shape and structure onto which regenerated tissue could grow.

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In My Father's House by Ann Rinaldi

If your middle school reader has never read an Ann Rinaldi book, get one for him or her. She is wonderful...History and reading. Children's author Ann Rinaldi wanted to use her writing to make readers excited about history. Her novels, which revolve around young females in history, have augmented girls' interest in history. See them all.

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Haiku: Structure and Spirit

Haiku is a form of poetry that combines structure with spirit. To capture the essence of haiku, the poet needs to develop a keen sense of observation and hone the ability to convey meaning with simple, direct language.

from Slate Magazine

Love in Three Photos: Slate Readers' Winning Valentine's Day Stories

Slate readers were asked to submit their love stories in three photos. “'Think of this as a photo haiku,' we said, though fitting the words into a traditional haiku structure was not a requirement. More than anything we were simply looking for good stories, presented concisely in three parts. We received dozens of submissions: tales of heartbreak and enduring love, pithy poems and complex narratives. In some cases where an entry left us extremely intrigued, but confused, we worked with…