Thursday, September 3, 2009
As I mentioned briefly in class Thursday, "class motto" is probably not the best term for the little sentence we memorize in order to avoid common usage errors. In short, the sentence may be helpful, but "motto" is an inaccurate term. Here's the challenge: come up with a more descriptive term for "Accept it; you're all right a lot." Here's the reward: a blue star for the student who suggests the winning description. Please leave your suggestions in the comments section.