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Will you RISE to the occasion?

Updated: Jan 28, 2022

Imagine you could add a lesson on unwavering determination to your teaching repertory without hardly any prep time

Think of how much more energy you'd have to spend on your "master plan"

Perhaps you'd finally write that article that you've been holding on to in your mind,, engage in social media like you know you should, or even create a product for retail using your own self-made lessons.

There's only one problem.

Getting ahold of that lesson on unwavering determination.

After all, don't you need to sit in planning with your PLC to do that?

Well, sure, if you have a dream to kill.

That kinda keeps you from being able to call the resources your own or make money on the side using them.

Fortunately, there's a better way.

With "RISE" a very short story about unwavering determination, you can read with students in your classroom, lead PD sessions on your campus, feed your own personal development, and then some.

With our short story, a fable, you'll get a resource you can use to:

  • teach children that the best way to succeed is to never give up

  • strengthen your professional profile and teacher evaluation

  • reflect on your own personal development with reflection notes and questions

It's like having your own personal professional teaching assistant.

But don't just take my word for it. Read what our characters have to say:

“The content of the story, "Rise" is appropriate for all students. The fable is very short and can be read in one period. ”

-- Reggie Rye Loaf — "Rise"

"Rise" is a wonderful story that takes the reader on a journey from beginning to end. It teaches children how to always keep trying, even when it seems overwhelming. The illustrations are engaging and inviting. I think this a great tool for introducing the concept of character education in a way that will be meaningful to students and provide them with a springboard for further discussion.

-- Geronimo Giraffe — "Those Mangoes Up There"

This is a very engaging, well-written fable that's great for middle school literature classes. As a pidgin language teacher, I love the use of vocabulary words, and also the discussion questions at the end.

-- Peetey Pidgeon — "Pidgeon Indecision"

Maybe even after reading what our characters think, you're still on the fence.

That's OK.

You could ignore this offer and continue...

Or, you could get "RISE" on the house and get a...

  • Short story that's easy to understand and implement in the classroom

  • Teaching tool that's useful in a variety of different subjects, from literature to science to history

  • Break from the same ol' tired stories you've been teaching with for years


If you're ready to add a lesson on unwavering determination to your teaching repertory without hardly any prep time, you'll want to take advantage of our special on the house, no cost offer now.





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