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Lesson 38

Lesson 38

Lesson 38 THE OLYMPIC GAMES Revision Look at the pictures and tell what sports they are. ATHLETICS BADMINTON BASEBALL BASKETBALL TABLE TENNIS ROWING CANOE CYCLING SAILING BOXING WRESTLING GYMNASTICS EQUESTRIAN WEIGHTLIFTING SHOOTING Questions

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GROUNDHOG DAY

GROUNDHOG DAY

GROUNDHOG DAY Written by Lin Donn Illustrated by Phillip Martin Modern Holidays – February 2 Groundhog Day is always celebrated on February 2 . This is the day people keep an eye out for groundhogs. Why? Ancient Roots – Weather Lore

By elina
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World Book Online

World Book Online

World Book Online Cindy Mendow Suzie Artell Why Use World Book Online Reference Center? Accurate Information Accessible Up-to-date Information Easy to use Wide Range of Information It’s Fun! It’s FREE! World Book Online Reference Center Encyclopedia is the main focus of the site.

By EllenMixel
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Using Movies for Literacy

Using Movies for Literacy

Using Movies for Literacy. Agenda : Presenters Introduction: Joshua Stager Section 1: Lewis Michelson Section 2: Jenny Keller Section 3: Harold Watson Closing: Josh Stager. Using Movies for Literacy. Agenda : Presenters Introduction: Joshua Stager.

By Roberta
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Hollywood & History What are the dangers of using Hollywood films to study history?

Hollywood & History What are the dangers of using Hollywood films to study history?

Hollywood & History What are the dangers of using Hollywood films to study history?. CRAP!!!!. 1) How do these clips connect to what you’ve learned about Hannibal from class & readings?. 2) How do the movie clips about Hannibal reflect the present (when they were made)?.

By LeeJohn
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Marxism: Introduction

Marxism: Introduction

Marxism: Introduction. Class Relations, Capitalism and Commodification 2003 Spring. Outline. Starting Questions Focuses in this unit Marx “ Snowed Up ”. Starting Questions (1): Economic Determinism.

By betty_james
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Mormonism Facts

Mormonism Facts

Mormonism Facts. Commonly known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Claim that their Church, as established by Christ, did not survive in it’s original form, and was restored in modern times by divine means through the modern prophet, Joseph Smith. Mormonism What do they Believe?.

By MikeCarlo
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Ancient Rome 1000 Years of World Domination

Ancient Rome 1000 Years of World Domination

Ancient Rome 1000 Years of World Domination. By Debbie Gonzalez 6th grade Heritage Intermediate School. Our Focus. How did the geographic, political, economic, religious and social structures affect the development of Rome?. Questions That Need Answering….

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GROUNDHOG DAY

GROUNDHOG DAY

GROUNDHOG DAY. Written by Lin Donn Illustrated by Phillip Martin. Modern Holidays – February 2. Groundhog Day is always celebrated on February 2 . This is the day people keep an eye out for groundhogs. . Why?. Ancient Roots – Weather Lore.

By albert
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The Dawn of the 20 th Century

The Dawn of the 20 th Century

The Dawn of the 20 th Century. The extent of the British Empire, from The Graphic 24 July 1886. The Dawn of the 20 th Century. British Colonial Possessions in Africa and Asia (in orange) after World War I ( Longman Anthology , p. 2119). The Dawn of the 20 th Century.

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  The Sun is the largest object in the solar system. It contains more than 99.8% of the total mass of the solar system.

  The Sun is the largest object in the solar system. It contains more than 99.8% of the total mass of the solar system.

Mercury. SUN.  Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and it is the eighth largest. It received it’s name because it moves so quickly across the sky.   The Sun is the largest object in the solar system. It contains more than 99.8% of the total mass of the solar system. Venus. Earth.

By tracey
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The Glass Menagerie

The Glass Menagerie

The Glass Menagerie. A.P. English Language. To consider…. Tom calls Laura “peculiar,” but Amanda bristles at this word. What is “peculiar” about Laura?. To consider…. Why is the fire escape important in the play? Is escape possible for any of the characters? Why or why not?. To consider….

By ivie
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Modern Times: The 1920s

Modern Times: The 1920s

Modern Times: The 1920s. How and why did business and government become allies in the 1920s? How did this partner­ship affect the American economy? How did American foreign policy develop during the 1920s? Why did a mass national culture develop after World War l?

By coy
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Federalist #10 Discussion Questions

Federalist #10 Discussion Questions

Federalist #10 Discussion Questions. What is Madison’s view of human nature? Does he think human beings are essentially good or bad? How does his answer to this question influence his approach to government?

By livi
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ARES THE GOD OF WAR

ARES THE GOD OF WAR

ARES THE GOD OF WAR. Early life. Ares early life.

By vahe
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Human Capital

Human Capital

Human Capital. In economics we talk about the 4 basic resource groups Land, Labor, Capital (things made to make other things), and Entrepreneurship.

By noah
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Lesson 38

Lesson 38

Lesson 38. THE OLYMPIC GAMES. Revision. Look at the pictures and tell what sports they are. ATHLETICS. BADMINTON. BASEBALL. BASKETBALL. TABLE TENNIS. ROWING. CANOE. CYCLING. SAILING. BOXING. WRESTLING. GYMNASTICS. EQUESTRIAN. WEIGHTLIFTING. SHOOTING. Questions.

By toby
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Literature Genres

Literature Genres

Literature Genres. ADVENTURE. Action stories set in exotic or forbidding places. AUTOBIOGRAPHY. An account of a person’s life written by that person. Biography. An account of a person’s life written by another person. DRAMA.

By daphne
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Plato

Plato

You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation. Plato. An Hour of Play Katrin Becker. An imaginative reconceptualization of possibilities and the roles of teacher education faculties.

By dara
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“When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d ”

“When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d ”

“When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d ”. Walt Whitman. Areas of Focus. The poem as pastoral elegy The structure The symbol of the lilac blossom. The pastoral elegy. This poem part of a series of pieces written after Lincoln’s assassination

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