Making Connections

Winter 2017
All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.
-Galileo Galilei

Luke and Athena sit in the outdoor reading area with books in hand. Luke studies a book and begins to assess which image is prickly and which one isn’t. He stumbles upon a photograph of a rosebush.

Luke: Ouchy!

When he gets to the cotton candy, Athena takes interest.

Athena: That’s not prickly.

Together Luke and Athena began to study the book together and determine which image fell into which category. When they get to the cloud Athena pauses.

Athena: Luke, look. A cloud. (While pointing to the clouds above.)

Luke then looks up and scans the sky.

Luke: Clouds.

He then looks down at the book and shares his discovery.

Luke: The same, look.

He scans the book again and is eager to tell share the news with someone else.

Luke: Ms. Diana, look. Cloud, cloud. (He alerts her to the ones in the book and the ones in the sky.