Meetopdrachten voor het tweede leerjaar
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Leerlingen doen verschillende meetopdrachten:

  • het uur aanduiden op een klok,
  • zichzelf wegen en het gewicht aflezen,
  • betalen en teruggeven,
  • de dagen van de week opsommen,
  • ...

De leerkracht duidt op dit blad aan wat de leerling al kan of waar …


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8.4 Implementing

As with assignments, this is the phase when you actually do the task - sit the exam or produce the final version of your end-of-course assessment. This is where monitoring your performance is really important. For most students, the crucial thing in an exam is usually to monitor the timing. Unlike the production of an assignment, an exam is a timed test; so, you need to pace yourself appropriately. Most end-of-course assessments have no time constraints although you may find the deadline very
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3.3 The role of the basilar membrane in sound reception

So far we know that sound-induced increases and decreases in air pressure move the tympanum inwards and outwards. The movement of the tympanum displaces the malleus which is fixed to its inner surface. The motion of the malleus and hence the incus results in the stapes functioning like a piston – alternately pushing into the oval window and then retracting from it. Since the oval window communicates with the scala vestibuli, the action of the stapes pushes and pulls cyclically on the fluid
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Conductivity Tester
This 4:19 minute video shows one how to build a conductivity tester. The materials that are needed to build a conductivity tester are a 9-V battery, battey snap connector, LED, electrical tape, and a
pair of test probe leads. Easy to follow, but there aren't any close-ups to help a students construct the instrument. 

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3.4.1 Describing characteristics

The following expressions are useful when you are describing something.

There is/are

There is a large open-plan reception area.

There are 55 parking spaces.

Has/have [got]

The site has 1,000 m2 of storage space.

All the offices have outside wind
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3 Somatic gene therapy

There is a distinction between somatic cells, those making up almost all of the body, and germline cells, which are the eggs and sperm and the cells that produce them. Somatic gene therapy is the transfer of genes into the somatic cells of the patient, such as cells of the bone marrow, and hence the new DNA does not enter the eggs or sperm. The genes transferred are usually normal alleles that could ‘correct’ the mutant or disease alleles of the recipient (see Study Note 2: The
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Eyes! Eyes! Eyes! Song
Mr. R.'s 5 senses song- this one's about the eyes and the sense of sight. Who has 2 eyes? You and me. The eyes are the organ that helps us see. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review the 5 senses in the early childhood classroom. (2:26)
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Philanthropy in India: A quality model of giving? [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dweep Chanana, Anwar Hasan,Shiv Nadar | Mr Dweep I. Chanana is a Director of Philanthropy & Values-based Investing at UBS AG. For the past five years he was responsible for advising clients in Africa, Asia, Israel, Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. He previously managed the UNDP’s Growing Sustainable Business initiative in Kenya and worked in the telecommunications industry. Dweep serves as mentor to a number of social enterprises and is co-founding Benefiit, a peer network of p
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Conclusion

DA opens the TV programme by stating that 'monkeys and apes have the richest social life of all mammals'. I have explored the importance of colour vision in the interactions between individuals and discussed how gestural and vocal communication add considerably to this richness. But ultimately, it is their ability to be innovative, to discover new ways of obtaining foods, to learn from one another (so-called cultural learning), to form friendships, alliances and coalitions between individuals
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Body Paragraph - Free English Video by Brightstorm
This video explains several important parts in body paragraphs.  Body paragraphs are considered the crux of an essay and include topic sentences, supporting information, evidence, and analysis.  (5:21)
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4.7 Special circumstances?

Individuals can only attempt to alter risk factors they are aware of and need to be informed about what is relevant to them. Women and men have different considerations, and ethnic background can also have an influence on susceptibility to cardiovascular diseases. Such considerations require improved awareness based on reliable knowledge from scientific studies (see Author(s): The Open University

2.4.1 Try some yourself

Activity 13

The frequency diagram below shows the numbers of people in different age groups in a sample of the UK population.

  • (a) What is the width of each age group?


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2.1 New perspectives

The purpose of studying religion is to make the strange familiar, and the familiar strange.

Exercise

We would encourage you now to jot dow
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French for Beginners #2 - Indefinite Articles
The narrator in this video is telling the viewer how to use the feminine and maculine forms of indefinite articles; such as one (un) or (une). The narrator, however, does not state what many of the words mean, which may leave the viewer a little confused. It can be a great review tool.
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Describing Shapes By the Number of Sides and Vertices
A side is a flat part of a shape.  A vertex is a corner of a shape.  It is a point where two sides meet.  A shape has the same number of sides and vertices.   Identify curves and angles. 

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A First Look at Building Windows 10 Universal Apps | Inside Windows Platform

At Mobile World Congress 2015, Kevin Gallo gave the world a first look at the Windows 10 universal app platform. Kevin provided background into how developers can achieve scale through reach across device types, and introduced adaptive UX, natural user inputs and cloud-based services to help developers deliver unique and personal experiences with Windows 10. Finally, Kevin showed how developers can package existing websites, which (once published to the store) can call universal APIs to creat
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Fairground Images: Photograph of C. Farrell and his living wagon
Fairground Images: Photograph of C. Farrell and his living wagon
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Understanding Logical Statements, Part 3 of 5 - Khan Academy
"Determine whether the statement is always, sometimes, or never true, and explain why." Sal Khan takes a mathematical statement and helps the viewer make sense out it. (03:12)
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2.4 Changing environmental attitudes

So, from the start of the Industrial Revolution, people have been aware that the development of an industrial economy brings problems as well as benefits. But the benefits, in terms of productive capability, mobility, convenience, cheap consumer goods, and profits, were usually felt to outweigh the disadvantages, particularly by those in positions of power. Many of the accompanying negative factors, such as poverty and unemployment, or the creation of more destructive machines of war, if they
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Sight Words Song – Learn to Read – Learning Upgrade
From the English Upgrade 1 course. (01:12)

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