I actually meant to mention this in class today, but I forgot again. So ... maybe my headline has already given you an idea what this post is about?
What I wanted to hint at is that quite a lot of recent lesson summary titles were a bit - hmmm, shall we say: uninspired? Of course it's a good principle to have the date of the lesson in question somewhere in your post, but as a headline it's neither very informative nor does it really arouse anybody's curiosity, I'm afraid.
Let me give you a few examples. It doesn't always have to be an alliteration, but just try to make it witty and in some way connected with what we did:
- Janina, you could have called your contribution "No more overcoat weather, please".
- Steffi, how about "Christians in Colorado" - or even just the title of Winthrop's sermon, which is memorable enough ("A City Upon a Hill").
- Alex: "The Old Man and His Pupils" ;-)) or maybe "Soft refreshing humour" or ...?
- Miriam, maybe: "Not an expression for lawyers"
- Anna: "Blessed by the Bell" (this is not terribly logical, of course, but it does make sense, in a way)
And so on and on and on.
So could the next summary (and those after it) have a clever, funny, intelligent, philosophically challenging headline, please? Thanks :-)
And another thing: After a tentative start, the good practice of writing comments about your colleagues' posts has dropped to ... zero. Could we have some comments, please? And don't leave it all to Melissa and Angelika ;-)