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The sixth guideline from symmentropy states that we embellish our stories in many ways to make them have meaning for different audiences with different experiences.

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Their story, yours and mine — it’s what we all carry with us on this trip we take, and we owe it to each other to respect our stories and learn from them.
William Carlos Williams

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Christmas - Family and Music

December was always a happy month for me. As a child it meant Christmas of course, with all that led up to it, and then there was my birthday a week before, and school vacation and some parties. I always enjoyed the special services at church - the pageants; the old carols and sometimes the Messiah with a good choir. At home we had a big tree and...

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Bearing Witness

As we continue to reflect on Elie Wiesel's legacy and the many voices lost this week to violence, we are reminded of the need for bearing witness. We encourage all or our readers to bear witness to your own stories, your own struggles, or to moments where you were reminded that humans can rise above hatred and divisiveness. This is your platform for bearing witness. We welcome your stories. Bear witness by adding your stories here on Story Chip.

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Ellen Deckinga

The curriculum at Running Brushy Middle School includes teaching techniques and the power of storytelling. Ellen Deckinga proudly presents the stories of her sixth grade students. New stories can be added by entering a story title and clicking create page . Stories written in these classes

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John Bowles

The curriculum at Running Brushy Middle School includes teaching techniques and the power of storytelling. John Bowles proudly presents the stories of her sixth grade students. New stories can be added by entering a story title and clicking create page . Stories written in these classes

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Cheryl Henningsen

The curriculum at Running Brushy Middle School includes teaching techniques and the power of storytelling. Cheryl Henningsen proudly presents the stories of her sixth grade students. New stories can be added by entering a story title and clicking create page . Stories written in these classes

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Marisa DeWolf

The curriculum at Running Brushy Middle School includes teaching techniques and the power of storytelling. Marisa DeWolf proudly presents the stories of her sixth grade students. New stories can be added by entering a story title and clicking create page . Stories written in these classes

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Story Tellers in Middle School

Running Brushy Middle School Texas has long been famous for its storytellers or, Texas was made famous by its storytellers. Teachers in Texas may avoid focusing on this distinction but they recognize that learning to write and storytelling are frequently the same thing. The language arts teachers at Running Brushy Middle School in Leander, Texas have teamed with Story Chip to introduce their young writers to the joy of publication and sharing their stories over the...

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Through The Eyes of an American

There is talk about the rise of crime in the United States. These statistics help make us aware of what is going on in our country and we need these statistics so that we can keep fighting for justice in our neighborhoods where we live. These statistics are part of our freedom. If people get riled up inside from hearing continuous reports that we have to keep so that our crime rates stay down they should try and remember that these statistics help our freedom!!

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