How is midpoint best represented? Words? Numbers? Both?
In Google Images, midpoint was shown on a line, on the side of a triangle, and graphed in many, many more formats.
Dictionary.com defines midpoint as:
- a point at or near the middle of, or equidistant from, both ends, as of aline:
the midpoint of a boundary.
2. a point in time halfway between the beginning and the end, as of aprocess, event, or situation:
the midpoint of the negotiations.”
The second definition represents today – the midpoint of the March 2016 Slice of Life Challenge.
Did you make it?
Are you writing one slice per day and commenting on at least three slices per day?
How are you feeling about your writing?
Have you met your goals?
March – March is the month of the Slice of Life Challenge
Intensifies – The reading, writing, thinking muse takes over to guide and intensify my thinking.
Details – Writing long and strong about details generates more mentor texts for me.
Practice – I practice genre, styles and craft moves that are new to me.
Overcomes – Fear is overcome with patience and pride in published posts.
Insecurities – . Doubts and insecurities are replaced with confidence and beginning seeds of competence.
Notes – Records and notes the process to consider to reflect my processes.
Time – Eking out precious moments of time to polish, praise, and practice writing, conferring, and praising!
March Intensifies Details,
Practice Overcomes Insecurities –
Brainstorming began with . . .16/31 = midpoint – midway – center. I consulted Dictionary.com for the definition, went to Google Images for a graphic for midpoint. While perusing the math examples I decided my format would be poetry, probably an acrostic to focus on Word Choice and Elaboration. Then as I reviewed my poem I thought about using the words from the acrostic as their own mini poem. Quickly drafted and added. Reviewed, revised, spell checked, categories & tagged!
Thank you, Anna, Betsy, Beth, Dana, Deb, Kathleen, Stacey, and Tara. Check out the writers, readers and teachers here. It’s the March Slice of Life Challenge so be ready to read DAILY posts!