Day 37/67 of GED in Five Months, adaptations, and Adulting

Critical thinking for Human Community

 Adulting is also about understanding adaptations, not from a scientific or organic perspective, but from a more emotional and intellectual point of view.  Adapting to new situations is a skill that science can teach us for both abstract intelligence and emotional intelligence.  That skill is needed in the modern world by all people.

Middle of week 10/18
Day 37, Week 10
Grammar:Possessives -the apostrophe
Math: Congruent and similar regions
Day 37 Exit Ticket
(Day 36Day 38)

Action Items:

1.) What do you think is the difference between adapting emotionally and adapting intellectually to a problem or situation?

2.) Why might that make a difference to citizens in a republic?

3.) Write a book, story, blog post or tweet that uses those thoughts, and then, please tell us about it! If you write a book, once it is published please consider donating…

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9 thoughts on “Day 37/67 of GED in Five Months, adaptations, and Adulting”

    1. Too cool! My landlady keeps putting the a/c on, and then I have to finally go turn if off, as I turn into an ice sickle even with my room vent closed and covered with a cloth!!

    2. yeah, right. When she turns the heat on in the morning, and then the a/c on just after I’ve gone to bed, and I end up shivering under my 4 (yes, 4!!!!) blankets, and have to get up and turn off the a/c…

      urhg!

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