Word Unit: Teacher Questions, Pupil Responses. (Teachers get amusing replies from children.)
Word Unit: Technical Science and Engineering (engineering is the technical science in which properties of matter and the sources of power in nature are made useful to people; such as, in structures, devices, machines, and products)
Word Unit: Texting Terms (some of the common terms and abbreviations used by those who send out text messages)
Word Unit: The Autocide Translated (a translation of the story)
Word Unit: The Black Death, Part 1 of 3 (The name given to the plague that ravaged Europe between 1347 and 1351.)
Word Unit: The Black Death, Part 2 of 3 (The name given to the plague that ravaged Europe between 1347 and 1351.)
Word Unit: The Black Death, Part 3 of 3 (The name given to the plague that ravaged Europe between 1347 and 1351.)
Word Unit: The Blind Men and the Elephant (A poem that expresses misconceived judgements based on incomprehensible, or at least, inadequate information)
Word Unit: The Development and Explanations of Life and Its Characteristics (Various living organisms are organized from the smallest unit of cells to form tissues which form organs and organs work together to form organ systems)
Word Unit: The Origin of the Internet (Fiction or Non-Fiction? You decide.)
Word Unit: Theater Terms or Theatre Terms (theater as we know it was originated by the Greeks and many of their theatrical terms are still in use)
Word Unit: Thermometer and Temperature Scales (historical perspectives of thermoscopes to thermometers: Daniel Fahrenheit, Galileo Galilei, Anders Celsius, and Lord Kelvin; among others, were major contributors to temperature calculations as we know them today)
Word Unit: Time, Times, and More Times (time waits for no one; use it or lose it)
Word Unit: Traffic Safety Considerations (in 1946, an eighteen-year-old San Diego High School student wrote an essay in which he asked for plain courtesy when driving)
Word Unit: Translations of the “verba obscura” are located at this sesquipedalia page. (Sesquipedalia Verba or Sesquipedalians are references to the use of excessively long words)