My solution to this problem for my two middle school girls is to do Morning Pages, a daily morning creative writing time that we do as part of our circle time. We have the poem we are working on memorizing for the week, our quick beanbag game or other math facts review, and then Morning Pages. Our version lasts about 15 minutes. Everyone has a MP journal.
Revulsion or Revolt? Yellow Peril’s Competing Discourses
Switzerite: Reviving the Essay: Truisms
Remember Me. A criminal mastermind, mad scientist and master chemist, one prick of his hypodermic needle enough to drive even the strongest-willed leading man mad. In Fu Manchu, Rohmer adeptly crystallized Western associations of Eastern disease, invasion, corruption and enslavement into a monstrous man to be feared, reviled and, ultimately, vanquished. Yet, as the isolation of social distancing gave way to mass Black Lives Matter mobilizations in the wake of the police murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, another version of yellow peril has been revived.
REVIVING EXTINCT SPECIES
The book, Reviving Ophelia, is about the hardships girls go through when they are growing up and trudging through puberty. Pipher, a practicing therapist, uses her own case studies to show how pressures put on girls forces them to react in often damaging ways. In most case studies she tells the audience how she helped these girls heal. After reading the preface and first chapter of your book Reviving Ophelia, I am left with many thoughts and questions pertaining to your assessment of the current state of girls in our society.
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Clinical psychologist Mary Pipher has brought widespread attention to the loss of true-self, experienced by adolescent girls in her critically acclaimed book, Reviving Ophelia : Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls. Whitaker,