QUOTE MADNESS is back with the first set of the ELITE EIGHT matchups. Today first match is a battle between Shirley Chisholm and Katherine Johnson. Next up we have Walt Disney on Curiosity and MLK on why we should decide to LOVE and not hate.
Who will move on to the FINAL FOUR? Your vote decides.
Voting is open until TUEDAY, MARCH 31, 2020 at NOON ET.
Bob Ross attempted a comeback, but fell short of Virginia Woolf's commanding lead. Socrates rallied, and in the final minutes managed to eek by Proust. We started with 80 slides and now we are down to just EIGHT! Quote Madness resumes on Monday, March 30, 2020.
Here is next week's schedule and matchups.
MARCH 30 at 12pm ET - MARCH 31 at 12pm ET
Shirley Chisholm VS Katherine Johnson
Walt Disney VS Martin Luther King, Jr.
MARCH 31 at 12pm ET - APRIL 1 at 12pm ET
Robert F. Kennedy VS Julie Andrews
Virginia Woolf VS Socrate
APRIL 1 at 12pm ET - APRIL 2 at 12pm ET
The FINAL FOUR
APRIL 2 at 12pm ET - APRIL 3 at 12pm ET
This is the last of the match ups for the Sweet Sixteen on QUOTE MADNESS! Today it is Bob Ross and his Happy Little Trees of TEAM FAILURE against Virginia Woolf and the 1920s. The second match is TEAM GRATITUDE and Marcel Proust VS Socrates and TEAM WONDER.
VOTING IS OPEN UNTIL MARCH 27th at NOON ET.
Today on Quote Madness is a pair of very interesting matchups. First we have Mr. Rogers on PLAY up against Robert F. Kennedy representing DARE. Next up, is Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins representing Team EXPLORE facing off against a quote about perseverance from Julie Andrews and Team TASK COMMITMENT. We will also see how the Impact Label Font fares in these two matches.
Voting is open until Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 12pm EST.
Today on Quote Madness it is TEAM CURIOSITY represented by Walt Disney VS TEAM LOST represented by Henry David Thoreau. In the second matchup it is a quote from Dilbert creator Scott Adams for TEAM CREATIVITY VS a quote from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for TEAM LOVE!
Voting is open until March 25, 2020 at 12pm EST.
Thanks to everyone who voted in the First Round of Quote Madness 2020. We are now down to 16 Contestants. Every day this week I will post a set of two Quote Battles. It is up to you to decide which one moves on to the next round. Today's matchups are Shirley Chisholm VS Albert Einstein and Katherine Johnson VS Miguel de Cervantes! Let the games begin!
Voting closes on March 24, 2020 at 12PM EST.
Welcome to Spring! By this point, you and your kids are probably getting a little stir crazy thanks to COVID-19. I have been really impressed with the way that teachers have mobilized and shared such amazing online resources. In honor of today being the first day of Spring, I want to share one of my favorite apps that I have not seen mentioned on any resource list. Take a look at seek and let's Go Outside and seek Spring while still maintaining our social distance. Remember that even when sheltering in place that the outdoors are still open.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ROUND ONE WINNERS!
Thanks to everyone who voted in Round One of Quote Madness! There were some pretty close competitions, but here are the quote slides that made it to the Sweet Sixteen!
Featuring quotes from Shirley Chisholm, Katherine Johnson, Walt Disney, Scott Adams, Robert F. Kennedy, Suzanne Collins, and the one and only Bob Ross.
READY FOR ROUND TWO!!!
Well, in all of the "excitement" of last week, it looks like I posted only 7 categories and not 8 last week. Therefore, there are 9 categories to vote on for your favorite quote slide.
7. TASK COMMITMENT
8. THE 1920s
VOTING IS OPEN UNTIL MONDAY, MARCH 23rd at 12:00PM ET.
ENJOY AND SHARE!
NOTE: Full collection of quotes and explanations can be accessed at https://www.brianhousand.com/quotes.html
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Admit it, you signed up for Disney+ for The Mandalorian and all of the magical Pixie Dust in the Disney film archive. But now in light of the Coronavirus and the ever changing world of school closures, you are desperately searching for any and all available educational content to feed your kids' brains. Never fear, Disney+ is here! I culled through the Disney+ offerings and selected 25 films / documentaries / series that I think are worth sharing.
Be sure to stick around until the end of the list for a BONUS selection that is not currently part of Disney+!
These are definitely "interesting" times. As I post this, many of you are scrambling to find some high quality content resources to share with your students during this time of COVID-19 and the uncertainty that it has brought upon us. I just wanted to try and lighten your load a bit by sharing 20 of my current favorite content resources for students. I present them to you alphabetically. As always, you should review any material before using with your students.
Please enjoy and share with anyone who you think could benefit from this list.