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Technical Paper 10 - The Effective Provision of Pre-School Education (EPPE) Project: Intensive Case
Technical Paper 10 - Intensive study of selected centres. ISBN : 085473 601 8 In Technical Paper 10, data from 12 effective pre-school centres, reflecting good child outcomes, (cognitive and/or social behavioural) have been analysed to reveal a unique 'story' for each centre. The associated Researching Effective Pedagogy in the Early Years (REPEY, Siraj-Blatchford et al DfES Research Report 356) project enabled the addition of two reception classes to the 12 EPPE cases (i.e. 14 case study centre
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For an advanced general introduction to the philosophy of language, see Blackburn 1984. Lycan 1996 is pitched at a more accessible level. Pinker 1994 is an informal but informative discussion of the hypothesis that much of our linguistic ability is innate, an important topic that has had to be left out of this course.

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After studying this course, you should be able to:

• understand the definition of a real function

• use the notation for intervals of the real line

• recognise and use the graphs of the basic functions described in the audio section

• understand the effect on a graph of translations, scalings, rotations and reflections

• understand how the shape of a graph of a function features properties of the function such as increasing, decr
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Mercury - Sixty Symbols
It's the smallest planet and closest to the Sun - and Mercury also helped establish the General Theory of Relativity. This video discusses the rotation of the planet, the length of the day, how the planet doesn't have a blue sky but it would be bright (like when man walked on the moon), and the orbit of the planet. Also discusses Mariner 10 and the Messanger which were sent to take pictures of Mercury. Good video for older students. In this video
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## Activity 21

Without using your calculator solve the following calculations.

• (a) 3 + 5 Ã— 2 = ?

• (b) 12 âˆ’ 6 + 6 = ?

• (c) 6 + (5 +
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ORAL HISTORY INITIATIVE: On Elizabeth Bishop || Woodberry Poetry Room
Frank Bidart, Megan Marshall, Gail Mazur, Lloyd Schwartz & Rosanna Warren In commemoration of the centennial of Elizabeth Bishop's birth, the Woodberry Poetry Room hosted an oral history conversation featuring Bishop's friends and students Lloyd Schwartz, Frank Bidart, Megan Marshall, Gail Mazur and Rosanna Warren (whose mother was Bishop's roommate at Vassar). The conversation included about Bishop's undergraduate escapades and its relationship to "The Group," her relationship with her mentor
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After studying this course, you should be able to:

• understand that the number of chromosomes is characteristic of each species and can vary enormously between species

• recognise that genetics is based on the concept of the gene as the unit of inheritance

• understand that sexual reproduction always includes two distinctive processes: the production of gametes, which involves meiosis, and fertilisation.

• understand that a particular pheno
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Terra Foundation Lectures in American Art 2019 - A Contest of Images: American Art as Culture War (1
Dr John Blakinger talks about demonstrations against the Whitney Museum of American Art related to its connections with the tear gas manufacturer Safariland. In November 2018, an image of migrants fleeing tear gas at the US-Mexico border ricocheted across the internet, inspiring protests against the Trump administrationâ€™s immigration policies but also against a more unlikely target: the Whitney Museum of American Art. The artist-activist collective Decolonize This Place stormed the museum in
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Festival of Britain 1951. Lambeth, London. A statue of a reclining boy by George Ehrlich in the Dome of Discovery at the South Bank Exhibition site. Photographed in July 1951.

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Globalization
The world is becoming more and more interconnected. Globalization changes how people consume, work and live almost everywhere on the world. Today, many economic, political, cultural or ecological relationships are not explainable from a national perspective. At the same time, a controversial debate about the consequences of globalization has begun. But what are the main causes for globalization? In what areas it is most prominent? And who are the winners and looser of globalization?
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Multimodal representations of architectural design knowledge: Interaction between visual and ontolog
This paper presents multimodal representation of architectural design knowledge, where explicit and implicit information are linked. The aim is to develop computational environment that combines several modes of representation. Integration of interactive digital-models library and ontological model of architectural design factors is investigated.
Author(s): Aksamija, Ajla; Iordanova, Ivanka

As well as posting your own observations, it's good to see what other people are observing, and to help them with identifications too. The latest observations are always displayed on the home page, or you can see them listed with more details, or you can see them as a Author(s): The Open University

The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends: Beatrix Potter - Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny, Part 3 of 4
Continues the animated story of The Tale of Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny.Â  Charming for all ages of animal lovers and Potter fans.Â  PartÂ 3 of 4.Â  (6:13)
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Once a company has decided to relocate it needs to research possible locations.

This section considers locations in terms of size, facilities, communications, population and amenities. You will collect information and work on descriptions, summaries and question forms.

The first step in the relocation process is to make a shortlist of locations that match the organisation's needs. This means considering the advantages and disadvantages of each site. Masito Electronics is consideri
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Weird US Plunges Into Bonne Terre Mine
From the History Channel (produced by KPI) in which they explore the strange subterranean world of a vast flooded lead mine. The Bonne Terre Mine was originally a lead mine, during the late 19th century. Now the mine is open for tours and is also known as a Scuba diving attraction. Video is good quality and has information for students studying these areas of the United States.
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Oven Repairs Services in Surrey
Oven Repairs Services in Surrey.
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How the Body Works: Body Frame
This is a brief video of still images with a voice that discusses the skeletal system. (00:54)
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Spanning and splitting columns
"Stories, streams and pocket-size screens. This is where marketers meet today's consumer," according to Allison Johnson, former marketing communications head at Apple and founder of West, a San Francisco-based marketing. Hear more from Allison on where the role of marketing is headed.
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