Your words are sperm

Ready, aim, fire. Put out the fire. Extinguish the flames of fiery thought with thick, gelatinous words. For words are sounds that have form. Spew forth from the hose of your throat, an ethereal concoction invisible as germs. Puppet masters manipulate shepherds. Plant the seed of thoughts and ideas into your gooey brain. It may … Continue reading Your words are sperm

Boundaries – rationale for conceptual area of study

Unpacking concepts through a selected anthology of texts is a useful means of teaching students about abstract ideations and how they may be recognised in different contexts. This area of study requires students to explore the ways in which the concept of boundaries is represented in and through texts. Boundaries can be applied or represented … Continue reading Boundaries – rationale for conceptual area of study