pg 2 - 8 Collar - Via Latina
Collar's 'Via Latina' was once considered an introductory Latin reader - back in the days when students had many more hours of tuition than nowadays, and when expectations were much higher. It would nowadays suit an intermediate - advanced student. The first section re-tells the story of the Argonauts, using the same text ( with subtle variations in language here and there) to the text in Sanford and Scott's Junior Reader. The rest of the reader contains new material. The pdf is available o
PG 8 - 13 COLLAR - VIA LATINA
recorded 2011. See first episode for details.
Teaching students basic kitchen skills, they also learn to connect with their bodies, their neighbors, and the outside world — in bite-sized lessons. (8:49)
Floods force Cambodians onto rafts
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Bhutanese king kisses his queen
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Retailing in Leeds - Consumer Shopping preferences
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Campaign for Charities 2012
Once a year, UGA conducts a single fundraiser—the Campaign for Charities—for contributions to United Way organizations, statewide independent agencies and independent federations approved through the State Charitable Contributions Program.
The David Pakman Show - Income Inequality Isn't Good for America
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Cold comfort for black Libyans in Benghazi
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Huistaak Unité 21 - Eventail-junior En action 6 Dit is een uitgebreide huistaak die aansluit bij Unité 21. De opdracht bevat drie verschillende oefeningen: overschrijven, verbinden en het werkwoord venir vervoegen.
Dit is een uitgebreide huistaak die aansluit bij Unité 21.
De opdracht bevat drie verschillende oefeningen: overschrijven, verbinden en het werkwoord venir vervoegen.
David D. Burhans Civic Fellows Symposium 2011: Caitlin Manak ('12)
Burhans Fellow Caitlin Manak, leadership studies major, presents on her work with Higher Achievement, Washington, DC.
David D. Burhans Civic Fellows Symposium 2011: Jessica Workman ('12)
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2010 A Freedom Odyssey: Achieving King’s Mandate for ‘Radical Reconstruction of Society’ Throu
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What Does an Interaction Designer Do? (Part II)
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