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Dog sledding in Scotland

Dog sledding in Scotland

Mushing with mutts in preparation for the Aviemore Sled Dog Rally in Feshiebridge.

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2010 Iditarod Musher Award Banquet

2010 Iditarod Musher Award Banquet

2010 Iditarod Musher Award Banquet. New Records Set this Year!. This is the first time that all mushers reached the finish line before the Awards Banquet. The fastest Red Lantern ever The first Jamaican ever to finish an Iditarod– Newton Marshall. WINNER: LANCE MACKEY!.

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LEADS

LEADS

LEADS. Or, how to grab your reader’s attention so he/she keeps reading all the way to the end. What is one of the things that draws you into an article, a story, a book, a play, a speech, a TV show, or a movie?

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Leads

Leads

Leads. How does an author engage the reader when writing?. Lead=Hook. An author can engage a reader by “hooking” the reader immediately. Should be done at the beginning. Talking Lead. Begin with dialogue BEFORE: There was a bat in our house last summer.

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Leads

Leads

Leads. Creating an Effective Lead. Sometimes getting started is the hardest part for writers. In the “I believe” essays we read so far, what kinds of leads (beginnings) did the author’s use? Were they effective? Did they introduce the topic/story well?.

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Leads

Leads

Leads. Leads/Nut Graph. Hard News lead—also called a “summary lead.” Nut graphs—also called the “focus graph.” Soft lead—also called a “feature lead” or a “delayed lead.”.

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Leads

Leads

Leads. The most important sentence of the story. Attracting readers. Readers enter a sea of text from a boatload of sources. Books, magazines, newsletters, newspapers and notes. Websites, social media, texts. Billboards, flyers, store promotions and junk mail. Why read your story?.

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LEADS

LEADS

LEADS. The 2 nd Annual Meeting of the Learning Environments Across Disciplines Research Partnership (LEADS 2013). U SING A UGMENTED R EALITY A PPLICATIONS TO F OSTER L EARNING AND E NGAGEMENT OF H ISTORY . Kevin Kee , Brock University Eric Poitras , McGill University

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Easy leads - telemarketing leads

Easy leads - telemarketing leads

Easy leads is a leading Australian supplier of affordable telemarketing and lead era answers for customers Australia wide. We offer a straightforward yet viable administration intended to help little business get more business...easy.

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Good leads, bad leads,

Good leads, bad leads,

Good leads, bad leads,. And everything in between. Bad leads. She spent three weeks living as a bag on the streets of Washington, D.C. “I think if every American spent a week on the streets, we wouldn’t this problem,” Pamela Lund said. Bad leads.

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Leads

Leads

Leads. A great way to start writing!. What is a good lead??. The beginning of your story. catches the reader’s attention. makes your reader want to read on. makes the writer want to write more!!. Dialogue (Talking) Sound Effect (Onomatopoeia) Ask A Question Set-up

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