A bunch of my students are in biology, so I read a biology textbook and tried to come up with interesting writing ideas to go with it. I put thirty of them up on Teachers Pay Teachers. These are a few of those.
John Spencer has created what is possibly my favorite prompt ever.
A huge thanks to Elizabeth Speicher for getting my class a book from our wish list. Thank you!
There have also been a few other books we’ve gotten that have shown up without names, so to those of you who sent one of those, thank you so much. You’re amazing. If you have the chance, I’d love to hear from you so I can know who sent a book our way so that I can thank you personally.
[note: I am well aware that the MBTI is fairly arbitrary and unreliable. I put together something about this awhile back.]
ileolai added this, which is really helpful:
re: ”ways in which mbti is broken”. MBTI describes cognitive processes, not personality traits or the degree to which one exhibits them, and introversion and extraversion in an MBTI context are wholly different to the pop culture understanding of them. The J/P dichotomy is thoroughly broken, but the reasons why are a bit too complex for Tumblr’s ask box word limit.