It surfaces again.
That dreaded two column comparison
Riddled with half-truths
Do I ignore?
Do I scroll past?
Do I comment?
I don’t know the source.
It appears often.
Correcting the Balanced Literacy section.
Responding to the inaccuracies only.
No long, drawn-out arguments.
Here’s the first draft.
Ready for self-conversation.
How much change?
Counting . . . Qualitative? , , , Counting . . .
40 words out of 208 remained.
19% of the words remained.
Physically crossing out the words that were not used.
Silent no more.
What compels you to break your silence and discuss perceived errors? When is it more advantageous to remain silent and gather your ”thoughts”?
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