"Discussion is an exchange of knowledge; an argument an exchange of ignorance." -- Robert Quillen
In Ben Gasser's English 12 class, students have been working for the last few weeks on a major project. The assignment is a real-world attempt to understand the theoretical ideas of 2300 Years ago in Ancient Greece. Aristotle believed that in any situation that there is a specific way to convince another person to your side.
Several dates throughout the year. Campusttour, breakfast, Snow College T-shirt, prizes, dinner, overnight stay
Landmark High School's Community Council will be meeting October 26th at 5:00 at Landmark High School.
It can also be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GHv-7C5WeQ&feature=youtu.be
Students in Elinda Nedreberg's and Carly Hernandez's English classes are working on vocabulary building. They have been creating flash cards to study from. Research shows that strengthening vocabularies improves communication skills, builds insights and lines of reasoning, expands abstract thinking, and increases comprehension.
Landmark teachers are always working to help new students understand Landmark's culture and expectations. This year, we're taking most of the task on in our Advisory classes. Classes spend the first four sessions of each mini-term engaged in what we call Indragonation. Indragonation includes teaching students information about school policies, building team-work as Advisory classes, and school-wide activities like birthday donuts, picnics, or Advisory Competitions.