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At the end of this unit: You can give information in a personal letter. When performing this task: you have to reflect upon the purpose of a text. you have to adapt the message to the reader in mind.
Audio for KS2 French: Unit 10 Vive le sport! (Our sporting lives), Unit 19 Notre école (Our school) Scheme of work for KS2 French: http://www.standards.dfes.gov.uk/schemes3/subjects/primary_mff/?view=get
6.3 Making a self-assessment
Frightened of the internet? This unit will help you make effective use of the internet, giving you the basic skills required for using web-based resources. Useful tricks and tips are provided as well as information on web browsers, the main features of a browser window, how to look at websites, using hyperlinks, searching for information on the internet, copying text, avoiding computer viruses, and using PDFs.
Could now be the best time to create economic value? Language of Mathematics II (48): Reducing Radicals Pat Nicklin on the Key to Successfully Competing in a Global Economy Telling Time for English Language Learners Two-Digit Addition Using Manipulatives and Expanded Form Comparing One and Two-Digit Numbers McDonald's, GE top view What is An Android Cell Phone Safe schools for every child Disney 'Silly Symphony' - The Ugly Duckling On Location Inclusive lectures The Alphabet Song in Phonics US History Overview 3 of 3 - WWII to Vietnam English & Linguistics: Poetry with a Pulse - Rhian Gallagher International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology (IJSEP)
Donald Sull, Professor of Management Practice in Strategic and International Management discusses how there can be an upside to a downturn and why different times in the economic cycle can provide potential advantages for skilled firms
A colored concrete wall and a large piece of chalk are his tools to aid in his discussion of reducing radicals.
Pat Nicklin (MBA '86) EVP and CEO Partnership for Public Service
This video was made for Teaching ESL students how to tell the time in English, but this slideshow could be used for any beginning learner of time measurement. The slideshow shows 'past', 'quarter past', etc. This is very good for visual learners, however, it must be supplemented by teacher discussion, because some of the slides may need further explanation. There are 46 slides but no sound.
This video shows two students solving two-digit addition using manipulatives and then expanded form. The students determine the digits to add by rolling dice; teachers might wish to recreate this game as an independent activity for students. ( 2:07)
This lively animated video set to music explains the concept of greater than and less than by actually comparing sets of objects ( one-digit numbers). Then the video explains comparing two-digit numbers by saying that the number that comes last when counting is the greatest number. (4:02)
July 22 - McDonald's and General Electric beat forecasts thanks to international demand, but Caterpillar fell shy of expectations due to sluggish demand in the U.S. and other developed economies. Conway G. Gittens reports.
This shows how Android works on a cell phone and some to the features it offers. The video is four minutes and explains the difference between an iPhone and and Android. A good video to see before buying one or the other. A reminder that WatchKnowLearn has a free app that enables you to use your iPhone or Android system to access this website from home or school and show these videos when you wish.
This 4:40 minute does not have narration, but cites numerous statistics that should provide fodder for good classroom and/or staff room discussions. It deals with making schools a safe place for all children to learn and to feel a sense of belonging without fear More » of harrasment or discrimination. It includes ideas to make schools more user friendly.
A remake of the 1931 black and white short The Ugly Duckling.
Adapted from Hans Andersen's fairy-tale, this was the last of the Silly Symphonies done by Walt Disney and "his people". This series achieved to be a sentimental story well told through music, animation and colour. It's quite moving. (1939) (08:39)
"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder."
The alphabet song set to the phonic sound of each letter.
Mr. Khan of Khan Academy focuses on American history by discussing World War II, Hitler, Cold War, Bay of Pigs, Cuban Missile Crisis and the Space Race (14:46)
Rhian Gallagher is a poet whose writing has been widely anthologised. She won the New Zealand Post Book Award for Poetry in 2012 for her second collection of poems, Shift. 14 February 2013
The International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology (IJSEP) is the official publication of the International Society of Sport Psychology (ISSP) It is published quarterly (March, June, September, December) and includes empirical and theoretical contributions by an international community of scholars in the science of physical activity, human movement, exercise, and sport. The IJSEP has an international perspective of sport and exercise psychology. Innovative applications and cross-cultural
Language of Mathematics II (48): Reducing Radicals
Pat Nicklin on the Key to Successfully Competing in a Global Economy
Telling Time for English Language Learners
Two-Digit Addition Using Manipulatives and Expanded Form
Comparing One and Two-Digit Numbers
McDonald's, GE top view
What is An Android Cell Phone
Safe schools for every child
Disney 'Silly Symphony' - The Ugly Duckling
The Alphabet Song in Phonics
US History Overview 3 of 3 - WWII to Vietnam
English & Linguistics: Poetry with a Pulse - Rhian Gallagher
International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology (IJSEP)