L'inquilino e le spese condominiali: renting a house
In this section you will be given various listening exercises about renting a house or apartment.
Belbussen in Limburg
Op het einde van deze opdracht kan de student telefonisch plaatsen reserveren op de belbus. In enkele voorgaande oefeningen zoekt de student in een folder informatie op over de belbus en bereidt hij het telefoongesprek voor door de juiste gegevens te verzamelen.
At the end of this unit you can follow the train of thought in a narrative report.
Speech exercise: Prendre drawer voiture ou train le?
Using a map, you will give your friend directions on the route to take when he is coming to visit you during your vacation.
Mooi en toch kindvriendelijk wonen: "Marier le beau et le bien!"
Je vult een telefoongesprek aan en je beantwoordt vragen ivm kinderen en veiligheid in huis. Je oordeelt op kritische wijze welke site de beste informatie geeft over het thema. Interactieve oefeningen, zeer praktisch gericht.
70+ Google Forms for the Classroom
Teaching and learning strategies resource that describes 70+ Google Forms for the Classroom. Examples include forms for getting to know your class, spelling tests, assessments, and more.
Texas A&M Storm Chasers
The current Texas drought has put a dusty chokehold on the Texas A&M Storm Chasers, and since there has been little or no rain, that means storms have been a no-show this spring. But that might change in the days ahead, says Matt Raper, one of the team's leaders. The Texas A&M Storm Chasers, or TASC for short, is believed to be the only student-run storm chasing team in Texas. The Texas A&M University group has about 80 members this year, and whether it's Wixon Valley or Tornado Alley, the
Globalization Goes South Featuring Vicente Fox & Moises Naim
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2011 URI Black Scholar Awards Ceremony
The 14th Annual Black Scholar Awards Program recognized outstanding Black graduating seniors who have excelled in areas such as leadership, community service, arts, sciences, and research. The 2011 Onyx Senior Honor Society was inducted during the program. Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, Class of 1999, gave the keynote speech. He is a sports commentator for the NPR program, The Takeway and author of Green Deen.
Cybersecurity Symposium Session 1
MC: Peter Alfonso, Ph.D., Vice President, URI Research and Economic Development Welcome by: David M. Dooley, Ph.D., President, University of Rhode Island Opening Remarks: James Langevin, U.S. Congressman Remarks: Sheldon Whitehouse, U.S. Senator Keynote: General Keith B. Alexander, USA, is the Commander, U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) and Director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central Security Service (NSA/CSS), Fort George G. Meade, MD. Q & A Cyber Threats to Critical Infrastructure -
Secular Ethics: Origins, Elements and Their Function in Society -- Dalai Lama at Bovard Auditorium
The 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet spoke as part of a panel on "Secular Ethics: Origins, Elements and Their Function in Society" before an audience of 1,200 at USC's Bovard Auditorium during his first visit to the University of Southern California May 3, 2011. Joining the Dalai Lama on the panel were: Antonio Damasio, University Professor, David Dornsife Professor of Neuroscience and director of the USC Brain and Creativity Institute; Gideon Yaffe, professor of philosophy and law at the USC Dana and
"Take Chances": Original Song for USC's 2011 Graduating Students
Just as he was finishing his last bit of coursework, USC Thornton School of Music student Derik Nelson was commissioned by USC to write and perform an original song articulating the feelings and experiences of graduating students. The result, "Take Chances" — completed just in time for Commencement 2011 — is an instant USC tradition: a singable and moving anthem for spring on college campuses, written for the thousands of young adults who are about to enter the world and find their way. N
Your Benefits: Overview (USC Administrative Operations)
Dennis Cornell (chief of staff and director of protocol, USC Office of the President) welcomes new employees to the Trojan Family with information about the University of Southern California's history and culture before turning it over to three other staff and faculty members who provide overviews of USC's medical, educational and financial benefits. A final section provides further details, such as information about who is eligible for benefits and how to enroll for benefits. Learn more about
Your Benefits: Health (USC Administrative Operations)
Don Larsen (medical director, the Doctors of USC) explains the medical, dental and vision plan options available to USC employees, as well as additional health and wellness resources that USC employees can take advantage of either at no cost or at a reduced rate. Learn more about the University of Southern California: http://www.usc.edu Learn more about the USC Office of Administrative Operations: http://www.usc.edu/dept/adminops/
Your Benefits: Education (USC Administrative Operations)
Elizabeth Arnold Weiss (senior lecturer at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering) details the educational benefits available to USC employees, including free or discounted USC tuition, tuition exchange for other participating schools, and professional development courses offered to staff and faculty, as well as resources such as the Center for Work and Family Life, USC Child Care Programs and the campus's rich cultural life. Learn more about the University of Southern California: http://www.usc
Your Benefits: Financial (USC Administrative Operations)
Rob Asghar (communications director, USC University Relations) explores the many employee benefits that protect your financial security, including retirement programs, life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment insurance, programs to cover expenses related to cancer and long-term care, disability, and paid family leave, as well as workers' compensation, flexible spending accounts, transportation discounts and many more. Learn more about the University of Southern California: http://w
USC Staff Milestones: Eric Warren
Eric Warren, athletic fields supervisor with USC Facilities Management Services, has worked at the University of Southern California for more than 35 years, managing and maintaining all of USC's athletic fields. He takes us on a tour of the areas he maintains, from the football field and baseball diamond to the tennis courts, pool and golf practice greens. Learn more about the University of Southern California: http://www.usc.edu Learn more about USC Facilities Management Services: http://www
USC Staff Milestones: Michele Dea
Michele Dea, administrative services manager in the USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, is a USC alumna who has worked in the Department of Chemistry for more than 30 years. She also volunteers with the USC Norris Auxiliary and enjoys the school spirit in the Quad on USC/UCLA game days. Learn more about the University of Southern California: http://www.usc.edu Learn more about the USC Department of Chemistry: http://chem.usc.edu/ Learn more about the USC Office
USC Staff Milestones: Larry Lim
Larry Lim, director of pre-college Programs at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering's Center for Engineering Diversity, has worked at USC for more than 30 years. Lim works with local schools to cultivate interest in engineering and the sciences among high school students, running a summer camp and other programs to introduce students to engineering and what pursuing an engineering degree through USC would be like. Learn more about the University of Southern California: http://www.usc.edu Lea
USC Staff Milestones: Lillian Young
Lillian Young, laboratory manager for pathology at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, has managed the pathology lab for more than 25 years, running biopsy tests for patients and working with cancer research. She is also working on getting her master's degree in health administration at USC, and loves coming to work to give her best for the patients she serves. Learn more about the University of Southern California: http://www.usc.edu Learn more about the Keck School of Medicine of USC: http:/