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The Moon, Sunlight in Action Part 1 -  Astronomy at West - Earth Moon Sun 2B1
Concepts: How is Sunlight striking the Moon | How does sunlight strike all bodies in the solar system?
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Part of a Blended Classroom taught at Millard West High School.
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3 Identity

The activities in this section focus specifically on issues of wellbeing, such as self-esteem, resilience and sense of belonging. They consider how practitioners can support children as they understand and negotiate their identities, and those of other people, in the light of other people's perceptions and beliefs.

There are two activities to help you highlight some of these issues.

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The week ahead: Arab youth in revolt
Christopher Lockwood looks ahead at how disgruntled young people are continuing to destabilise the Arab world. Also this week: the consequences of ANC decline in South Africa's municipal elections, and UK Prime Minister Theresa May faces a pivotal decision on nuclear energy in Britain
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7.2.3 E-procurement

‘Procurement’ is the term used to describe the tendering of goods and services: a company decides that it requires some goods, say a fleet of cars for its salesforce. It would then announce this publicly and invite a number of auto companies to bid for the business.

Many companies are now switching to the web for the procurement process. A website devoted to procurement will normally advertise current procurement opportunities, provide forms facilities for companies interested in te
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How To Overcome Interview Nervousness
This short video provides three quick tips for overcoming interview nervousness: preparedness, practice, and the rowboat technique. Grades 9-12. (1:03)
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In this chapter, you’ll start designing images rather than restoring them. You will learn some awesome new concepts that most Photoshop designers work with on a weekly basis. Plus, you will start learning some amazing new tricks that you can apply to creative images while experimenting with the Photoshop design tools.
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1 Course overview

This course will look at the concept of rights in their broadest sense:

  • a freedom to do or be protected from something;

  • a claim to do or enjoy something;

  • a power to do something which affects others and not to be challenged over that use of power.

This concept of rights defines the position of an individual and does not consider collective or majority rights. As you may already know, the subject of rights,
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Detailed video on how taste buds work. Video shows how saliva breaks down food so the taste buds can go to work. Discusses the differences between bitter, sweet, salty, or sour taste buds. The video shows the differences between a nontaster and a super taster. Run time 04:07.
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The recent resumption of violence in Sri Lanka between the Tamil Tigers and Government forces has set back hopes that a peaceful settlement could be established in this long running conflict. Miranda Alison of Warwick's Department of Politics and International Studies provides an insight into the history of the conflict and examines whether a resolution is likely in the near future. Length: 23 minutes
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Talking Law and Ethics - Feeding Results Back to Participants
Nadja Kanellopoulou gives a talk for the Helex Centre where she talks about the issues involved in giving results of medical research back to participants.
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Putin's Russia: TV, the nuclear button
Arkady Ostrovsky, The Economist's Russia and East European editor, on how oligarchs, ideologues and television rebuilt Russia
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Two years after Katrina, casinos, hotels and condos are coming back strong in the hardest hit areas of Mississippi, but tens of thousands of people are still displaced-in limbo with no solution in sight. Bill Moyers Journal profiles a group known as The Steps Coalition, which is fighting on behalf of families who are still in need of housing, and examines what's happened to the money Congress sent to rebuild. The Steps Coalition argues that Governor Haley Barbour's recovery plan has made it di
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Battle in Sadr City
Just back from being under fire in Sadr City this week, award-winning journalist leila Fadel, Baghdad Bureau Chief for McClatchy, gives viewers on-the-ground analysis of the latest events and close-up look at the state of the war. And, Bill Moyers talks with Marth Nussbaum, the Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of law and Ethics at University of Chicago, about church and state, and her newest book, lIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE: IN DEFENSE OF AMERICA'S TRADITION OF RElIGIOUS EQUAlITY.
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When you ask someone where something is, and they give you an ambiguous answer, it can be rather annoying... This is the scenario in today's dialogue where a person tries to find out exactly where his key is.


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Money talks: Can you say CPTPP?

Only three days into his term, President Trump withdrew from the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Now, the remaining 11 countries are forming a new trade deal called the CPTPP. Host Philip Coggan and Soumaya Keynes speculate whether China might join, now that America is out. Plus why there’s geopolitical tension in the oil market. And Michael Lewis talks about his new book.


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