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One day somebody should remind us that, even though there may be political and ideological differences between us, the Vietnamese are our brothers, the Russians are our brothers, the Chinese are our brothers; and one day we've got to sit down together at the table of brotherhood. But in Christ there is neither Jew nor Gentile. In Christ there is neither male nor female. In Christ there is neither Communist nor Capitalist. In Christ, somehow, there is neither bound nor free. We are all one in Christ Jesus.

Martin Luther King (1957-1968)

A Christmas Sermon, 1967

Split The Pack

When going through flashcards rather than put a missed card to the back of the pack split the pack so that the missed card goes somewhere in the middle.

Rationale

If a missed card goes to the back of the pack then chances are the students won't see that card again that session, or if they do manage to go through the whole deck chances are they won't remember what the card was. Splitting the pack vastly increases the chance that the students will encounter a missed card more than once. This means the students will pay more attention when you tell them the answer as they will probably keep encountering the missed card.

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