Giddy Up!
Get students moving with his video for students for kindergarten through third grade. The exercises do not take up too much floor space and students can do the exercises at their desks. The music featured is fast-paced country music. (04:53)
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Look closely at Image 17, a photograph of two young clerics. Then answer the two questions below.

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How do you organise yourself?

## Activity

Make a note of how you organise your:

• emails

• internet bookmarks or favorites

• computer files

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The next activity asks you to consider the relationship between the unit themes and value requirements for social care workers set out below.

### Activity 4 Unit themes and social work values

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## Exercise 1

A vector a has magnitude |a|Â =Â 7 and direction Î¸Â =Â âˆ’70Â°. Calculate the component form of a, giving the components correct to two decimal places.

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The course that follows presents two sections from different parts of the Maths for Science teaching text - a course designed to help OU students acquire the knowledge and skills to tackle the mathematical aspects of science courses they are likely to go on to study. The first (Section 1), covering the first six of the learning outcomes, is about measurement. Observation, measurement and the recording of data are central activities in science. Whether measurements are made using simple inst
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Some thoughts on car parking
Peter Guest (former president British Parking Association) talks on 'Some thoughts on car parking' as part of the OxTran Seminar Series at the TSU in 2009. Please note: Peter's views do not represent those of the British Parking Association.
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If we try to recapitulate what we have done in this course two main areas need to be considered: is there likely to be a European identity in the near future? and how important are national sentiments going to be?

While it could be said that by the end of the twentieth century the EU had become a reasonably integrated economic space politically, and especially at the cultural level, progress was limited. But even at the economic level, areas like labour mobility were still very low in t
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Colonsay and Oronsay in the Firth of Lorne
An article that explores why Colonsay is the most revisited island in Scotland
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Non-Verbal Communication: Facial Feedback
Facial feedback is expressing feelings without saying a word
through facial expressions in non-verbal communication. Learn more about facial feedback in non-verbal communication from a communications and public speaking expert in this video.

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POL101 American Institutions #12 Spring 2015
13 week 3 unit course for undergraduate students and people who are interested in government. www.YouTube.com/csuDHTV [Please Subscribe]
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Op deze site vinden leerlingen verschillende spelletjes rond Nijntje:

• muziek maken en beluisteren,
• kleurplaten,
• filmpjes bekijken,
• zoek de verschillen,
• memory,
• voorleesboekje,
• ...

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Japanese Vocab Builder #28 - Music
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Our Japanese vocabulary lists are listener favorites, and now we’ve made it even better! In each lesson, you’ll hear the Japanese words and phrases from the Japanese vocabulary lists. Join us for Japanese Vocab Builder! In this lesson, you’ll learn words and phrases for Music. Click here to make your own flashcards [...]
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### Activity 3: Where are children â€˜looked afterâ€™?

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Tables often give information in percentages. The table below indicates how the size of households in Great Britain changed over a period of nearly 30 years.

Number of people in household1961 (%)1971 (%)1981 (%)1991 (%)
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The insidious nature of the war on cash derives not just from the hurdles governments place in the way of those who use cash, but also from the aura of suspicion that has begun to pervade private cash transactions. In a normal market economy, businesses would welcome taking cash. After all, what business would willingly turn down customers? But in the war on cash that has developed in the thirty years since money laundering was declared a federal crime, businesses have had to walk a fine line
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[Greg Morin is the CEO and owner of Seachem Laboratories Inc. Greg is a chemist, entrepreneur, writer/blogger on a host of libertarian topics, and a Mises Institute Society Member. The following interview is an excerpt from The Austrian 1, no. 6 (2015).]

THE AUSTRIAN: How did you first discover the Mises Institute?

GREG MORIN: Quite by chance, actually. Back when the bubble was collapsing in the fall of 2008 I was on an adult recreational league soccer team and one of the other te
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Because the words â€˜careâ€™, â€˜welfareâ€™ and â€˜communityâ€™ are so much a part of everyday language and debate, there's perhaps an assumption that people agree about what they each mean. These are three words that mostly evoke warm and positive feelings. In Activity 1 you're asked to think about opposite points of view.