Autumn Equinox You may need to take additional training or teach that class you have wanted toteach. The autumn Equinox energies will be with us until Winter Solstice. http://www.newconnexion.net/article/09-00/Autumn.html
Extractions: ~Gemini's breath of Fresh Air by Mark Dodich Mark Dodich Have the past few months felt like you have been moving at a snail's pace? Or maybe the pace has been quick, but you wondered if you were getting anywhere. Well, hold on to your hat (umbrella?), because the acceleration button is about to take off. An astrology chart cast for the Autumn Equinox on September 22 at 10:28 AM PDT shows that seven of ten possible planets are in the air element signs of Libra, Aquarius, and Gemini. If you were born with the Sun or other natal planets in air signs, you are going to like what's coming. Before discussing what lies ahead, it is important to look at our recent past. Last May, seven planets aligned in earthy, stable, and sensual Taurus. You probably spent the last several months assessing your priorities and highest values. Many people decided that it was time to create a pragmatic way to manifest their desires and philosophies in the mundane world. Others tended to health, financial, and old family issues. Old relationship patterns of behavior were reviewed. All of that was about establishing a strong foundation for the innovative new ideas that are rushing into your mind. Both expansive Jupiter and restrictive Saturn have entered Gemini, the zodiac sign of abundant ideas. It may be time to travel, teach, take a class, repair or purchase transportation, write that book, relocate, or sell your bright idea.
Extractions: 2000 Chinese Moon Festival When and the legends When is the date of 2000 Chinese Moon Festival? The date of Chinese Moon Festival (a.k.a. Mid-autumn Festival) is on the 15th moon day of 8th Chinese lunar month (Chicken month). Since the new moon day is the first day of a Chinese Lunar Month. The first day of 8th lunar month is 8-29-2000, the Moon Festival is on 9-12-2000. Time Zone Longitude The 15th moon day China East 120 8-29-00 18:19 p.m. 9-14-00 03:38 a.m. EST (USA) West 75 8-29-00 05:19 a.m. 9-13-00 14:38 p.m. PST (USA) West 120 8-29-00 02:19 a.m. 9-13-00 11:38 p.m. Time is the standard time, not the day-light saving time. Many Chinese still think the Chinese Moon Festival is on the full moon day of mid-autumn. More than 50% chance, the moon full day is on the 16th moon day of a lunar month. It's interesting that the full moon day is on 17th moon day of the 8th lunar month in China time zone and the full moon day is on 16th moon day in USA time zones this year. Sometimes, we can hear some Chinese say that the moon in USA is much bigger (round) than the moon in China . We should respect those people own a pair of good eyes. If people watch the moon at the Moon Festival night in USA, they can really see a bigger moon than at the Moon Festival night in China. In year 2000, for example, It's much closer to the full moon time 9-13-00 11:38 in PST than 9-14-00 03:38 in China on the night of 9-12-00.
Extractions: Timeless Truths Free Online Library Bible Texts Music ... Number 7 (Autumn 2002) Timeless Truths Publications Sanctification Whole Document Table of Contents Illustration: Cover Living by Faith About Foundation Truth A Second Cleansing? The Work of the Holy Spirit The Argument of My Own Heart Parent and Child The Boy of Faith Letter and Reply The Birth of Jesus Happiness starts with Mother Childraising Easy Sunday Menus In the Center of the Circle From Princess in Calico Report Error R. H. S.
Page 8 - LCCH News Autumn / Winter 2001 I learned to stop making myself a victim. Q And you are passing that on to the childrenyou teach? A Yes. Q Did you find the selfhypnosis we teach useful? http://www.lcch.co.uk/news3/page8.htm
Extractions: David and his partner, Amanda Quansah, took the LCCH Certificate course together a couple of years ago. Dave holds a 4th Dan Black Belt in Freestyle Karate, and a 1st Dan Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do. He is a former World Team champion and former British W.A.K.O. kickboxing champion. Amanda holds a 1st Dan Black Belt in Kung Fu, has been many times British Champion and was three times World Champion. Their school - Evade Martial Arts School - is one of the most successful in the country, training everyone from the 4 to 7 year-olds who join the 'Little Ninjas' class, to adults who are competing in international events. Dave is particularly respected in the local area for his work among teenagers, and he has helped many young people to overcome problems of growing up, from drink and drugs to bullying.
Autumn Equinox Ritual Here as we move into the shadows of autumn The night that brings the morning ofspring Come to us, Lord of Harvest teach us to be thankful for the gifts you http://www.geocities.com/Athens/9802/mabon.html
Extractions: Mabon is also the Autumn Equinox, the balance between light and dark. As we give thanks for the abundance that the long days and strong power have given, we also take this moment to balance, to rest, to simply be , and prepare ourselves for the growing cold and dark. And to recognize and remember, as always, that what appears as death is merely the preparation for rebirth. That what is reaped at the harvest will become seed for the next year. And we remember the mystery - there is no death; all that dies will be reborn. And for this too, we give thanks. Find the center point within you, the place where you feel 'together' and balanced. Sense that that point is connected to everyone else's balance point, and that of the Earth, the universe. And know that whatever method you use to sense this is just a tool; the end result is what counts, the feeling of relaxed tension, balanced focus. And know that where we are about to enter is truly Between the Worlds. ALL: Hoof and horn, hoof and horn;
Autumn People And Dauntain This autumn Person stifles their charge, keeping them safe, but also keeping themfrom the beauty and wonder in the world. OverProtective Mothers teach their http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/Portal/8632/dauntain.html
Extractions: Autumn People are mortals who unknowingly devote themselves to the cause of Banality. Ironically, though the Autumn People don't know about and don't believe in changelings, they are some of the most dangerous and persistent of the enemies of the Dreaming. Another sort of mortal that is especially dangerous to mortals, aren't really Autumn People. Cognoscenti are mortals that know of the existence of changelings and actively hunt them. They are usually well versed in faerie lore, and can spot all of the signs that their prey is near. Any successful Cognoscenti knows what they're up against, and prepares for it. They always kill with cold iron. Some stereotypes of Autumn People are found below, but Banality comes in many guises and Autumn People are hardly limited to the types listed. Autumn People are detailed in The Autumn People The Over-Protective Mother: The Over-Protective Mother usually protects a specific charge or group of charges, but may extend her influence to other children as well, if they appear to be having too much fun. This Autumn Person stifles their charge, keeping them safe, but also keeping them from the beauty and wonder in the world. Over-Protective Mothers teach their prejudice against anything mythical and magical to their children. The Restrictive Librarian: The Restrictive Librarian keeps their libararies neat, orderly, and deathly quiet. Their libraries become morose and slightly hostile environments, where anybody seeking any imaginative books will be driven away. Those who seek books with material that the Restrictive Librarian finds questionable are likely to be disappointed, as they have carefully hidden such books and replaced them with books of minimal interest, and such material tame enough to fall within the decidedly narrow limits of what the Restrictive Librarian considers "proper values".
Autumn 2000 Wheel North autumn 2000. It relates to Give a man a portion of chips and he ll soonbe hungry again, but teach him how to grow potatoes and he ll be satisfied http://homepage.ntlworld.com/barry.garnett/autumn_2000.htm
Extractions: from Maggie Charnon's article Prerequisites for teaching tempo modification When learning this little gem, students often fall into three rhythm traps: 1. Executing the dotted-8th-16th note pattern in a jazz "swing" style 2. Playing straight 8th note patterns inaccurately after having played many dotted patterns 3. Not sustaining the rhythmic drive How to avoid these three "traps" These traps are easily avoided with a few preparatory exercises and troubleshooting techniques I will discuss below. The purpose of the exercises is to have the student execute the new concept in a context he or she is already familiar with. This can be a scale that can be done without having to think about it, or chords that are second nature to find. The less the student has to think about, the quicker the newer concept can take hold. When working with these exercises and techniques, it is essential that students use some type of verbalization such as counting ("1-e-and-a" or "1-ta-te-ta" ) or rhythmic execution of words that follow the natural accent of the patterns, such as "pret-ty pol-ly", or even nonsense syllables. (My students like to use "doo-bee-doo-bee") It is also necessary that they are instructed on effective use of a metronome, and that they feel comfortable using one while playing, counting out loud, or along with tapping. . .
What Happens In COURAGE TO TEACH® Retreats? And yet the rigors of winter, like the diminishments of autumn, are accompanied byamazing gifts. we walk into them we can learn from what they have to teach us http://www.teacherformation.org/html/ctt/what_happens.cfm
Extractions: At each COURAGE TO TEACH program site, twenty to thirty participants gather for quarterly retreats, over one or two years. In the retreats, the "heart of the teacher" is explored by making use of stories from participant's own journeys, reflections on their classroom practice, and insights from poets, story-tellers, and various wisdom traditions. Participants are invited to speak honestly about their lives as educators, and to listen and respond to each otherand themselveswith encouragement and compassion. Very few schools and districts have effective staff development programs something long-range and thorough. You get a little dose of this and of that depending upon what are the hot topics. But CTT is different. It's a program where the goals and objects don't change. Built in is time for reflection. It's every three months so you have time to apply both what you've encountered in the precious session and then explore your progress when you come back together with the same group. Continuity is missing from most staff development in schools. The problems in schools don't need a quick fix. The sustained time for building community has helped develop a sense of camaraderie that's so powerful and rarely found in a school faculty. Superintendent The retreats follow a seasonal theme, using the cycle of the seasons as a way of exploring vocational and life questions. During the second year of the program, the themes are repeatedjust as the seasons repeat themselvesbut on a deeper level.
Elementary Reading Comprehension Worksheet- Autumn to prepare for the end of autumn? a. store extra body fat, b. eat less. c. shed fur,d. turn colors. Powered by The Web Portal For Educators (www.teachnology.com http://www.teach-nology.com/worksheets/language_arts/reading_comp/elem/ver12/
Extractions: Free Teacher Tip Newsletter Home ... Submit Worksheet Name Date Autumn Autumn is the season that falls between summer and winter. There are many changes that begin in this fascinating season. Days become shorter. Leaves of trees turn from green to vibrant red, yellow and orange. Trees need sunlight to keep their leaves a lively green. Without sunlight leaves turn colors. The grass is no longer blanketed with dew but with frost, almost every morning, as temperatures reach the freezing point. Animals start storing up a food supply to last the long winter months. These changes occur as the as we adjust from the heat of the summer to the chill of the winter. ANSWER THE QUESTIONS: 1. Autumn occurs between summer and which other season? a. January b. spring c. winter d. solstice
Autumn Lyrics - The Witch In Me by autumn. in the circle, surrounded by candlelight Listening while I m blindfolded,naked and tied Praise the seasons, praise the night Witches teach me how to http://www.letssingit.com/autumn-the-witch-in-me-fj92bwt.html
Tony Simons' Teaching Page The revised curriculum was introduced in autumn 2000 (level 1) and autumn 2001 (levels24), together with a new Engineering Dual stream for non-specialists. http://www.dcs.shef.ac.uk/~ajhs/teach.html
Extractions: Academic Administration This page describes all my university teaching activity. It lists my lecture courses , my tutor groups and my student projects As Director of Teaching, I'm responsible also for academic administration of the curriculum. The following index links to my personal pages for particular courses, which are accessible to students registered at the University of Sheffield. These are supplementary to the official module syllabuses on the Departmental Teaching Pages and University Module Guide , which are publicly viewable. Consult the University Timetable for details of when, and where, these courses will run. Consult the Laboratory Booking Roster to see when the Lewin Laboratory is booked exclusively for these classes. Consult the University Examination Timetable for details about examinations.
Courses For Autumn 2000 autumn 2000 1 2 Day Courses. A * symbol means this is part of a linked course.Click on the title for further details. Starting to teach A Level Language. . http://www.englishandmedia.co.uk/Courses/autumn2001.html
Extractions: Course Tutors : Barbara Bleiman and Lucy Webster Course number Price Enduring Love is a popular and challenging set text for AS (AQA A Unit 1, AQA B Unit1). This one day course will explore routes through the novel; student writing; ways of thinking about contexts and interpretation; developing skills and understandings for the rest of AS and into A2. It will use material from the EMC A Level Series publication, The Modern Novel: Critical Approaches Into A2: Teaching towards the Synoptic Assessment for AQA B This course will focus on preparing for the A2 Synoptic Unit. It will consider: how to prepare candidates effectively; how to address the Assessment Objectives; materials to use for practice; how to draw on what students already know; the relationship of this unit to the rest of the course; ways of encouraging independent judgement and evaluation.
Extractions: Autumn 2000 F_menu(new Array('NavigationBar21', '../html/cj_editors.html','../assets/images/autogen/CJ_editors_Ns1_1.gif','../assets/images/autogen/CJ_editors_NRs1_1.gif')); F_menu(new Array('NavigationBar22', '../html/cj_archives.html','../assets/images/autogen/CJ_print_Ns1.gif','../assets/images/autogen/CJ_print_NRs1.gif','../html/new_and_newsworthy_archive.html','../assets/images/autogen/CJ_online_Ns1.gif','../assets/images/autogen/CJ_online_NRs1.gif')); TOPICAL INDEX Select a topic: Architecture Arts Charter Schools Children Crime Economic Development Education Ethnicity Faith Based Programs Government Reform Healthcare Higher Education History Homeland Security Homelessness Legal Issues Media Philanthropy Policing Politics Quality of Life Race Relations Regulation School Curriculum School Finance School Vouchers Teachers Unions Telecommunications Transportation Urban Issues Welfare ISSUE INDEX Select an issue: 2004 Spring v14 n2 2004 Winter v14 n1 2003 Autumn v13 n4 2003 Summer v13 n3 2003 Spring v13 n2 2003 Winter v13 n1 2002 Autumn v12 n4 2002 Summer v12 n3 2002 Spring v12 n2 2002 Winter v12 n1 2001 Autumn v11 n4 2001 Summer v11 n3 2001 Spring v11 n2 2001 Winter v11 n1 2000 Autumn v10 n4 2000 Summer v10 n3 2000 Spring v10 n2 2000 Winter v10 n1 1999 Autumn v9 n4 1999 Summer v9 n3 1999 Spring v9 n2 1999 Winter v9 n1 1998 Autumn v8 n4 1998 Summer v8 n3 1998 Spring v8 n2 1998 Winter v8 n1 1997 Autumn v7 n4 1997 Summer v7 n3 1997 Spring v7 n2 1997 Winter v7 n1 1996 Autumn v6 n4 1996 Summer v6 n3 1996 Spring v6 n2 1996 Winter v6 n1 1995 Autumn v5 n4
About Autumn Festival Li Shan Yin . History of autumn Festival Chang Er. Wu Kang then wentto live in the mountains where he importuned an immortal to teach him. http://www.albany.edu/faculty/mackey/isp361/project/final/chen/about-festival.ht
Extractions: Li Shan Yin The date of this story is around 2170 B.C. The earth once had ten suns circling over it, each took its turn to illuminate to the earth. But one day all ten suns appeared together, scorching the earth with their heat. The earth was saved by a strong and tyrannical archer Hou Yi. He succeeded in shooting down nine of the suns. One day, Hou Yi stole the elixir of life from a goddess. However his beautiful wife Chang Er drank the elixir of life in order to save the people from her husband's tyrannical rule. After drinking it, she found herself floating and flew to the moon. Hou Yi loved his divinely beautiful wife so much, he didn't shoot down the moon. In this legend, three fairy sages transformed themselves into pitiful old men and begged for something to eat from a fox, a monkey and a rabbit. The fox and the monkey both had food to give to the old men, but the rabbit, empty-handed, offered his own flesh instead, jumping into a blazing fire to cook himself. The sages were so touched by the rabbit's sacrifice that they let him live in the Moon Palace where he became the "Jade Rabbit."
May Gay S Work In Autumn - Ch 6. MARY GAY S WORK IN autumn. is only representing natural objects by means of blacklines made upon paper, and any picture that you see will teach you how to do http://www.readseries.com/auth-a/marygay6.html
Extractions: THE little drawing and painting schools which Mary had in the play-room, on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, awakened a great interest among all the children round about, in learning to paint and to draw. A great many children petitioned to be admitted to her school, when she had a school, many more than she could take. In fact, after having had three schools, she discontinued that plan, but yet whenever any of the children came to her she gave them such advice as she could, and the necessary directions to enable them to practise at home by themselves. You may make a teacher in fact of every picture you see in a book or a pictorial paper. Drawing is only representing natural objects by means of black lines made upon paper, and any picture that you see will teach you how to do this if you will only examine it attentively and imitate it carefully. I ought not therefore to say that any child can learn without any teacher whatever, but without any living or personal teacher. If there were a child that had never seen a picture of any kind, as for instance the daughter of a savage, and she were to be told that there was a way practised by civilized people of representing objects by black lines drawn upon white paper, and were to be given a sheet of paper and pencil and asked to try to learn how to do it, when she had never seen it done, that would be having really to teach herself.
Extractions: As a teacher, Autumn is known for her structured and systematic approach, emphasizing lifted carriage, fluid arms, layering, and clean execution. Autumn currently teaches in several New York City locations; from 1999-2002 she was a faculty member at Washington, DC's Joy of Motion Dance Center. One of the most exciting portions of a dancer's routine is her drum solo, a dynamic finale showcasing her technical skill. Autumn will teach steps, versatile combinations, and an original drum solo choreography to music created specially for her. This "cut-and-paste" choreography is specifically designed to be adaptable: Autumn will present easy options for dancers to modify the drum solo to their own strengths and tastes.
Extractions: Last updated 09 January 2004 Weekly updates below in this color LG 554 Sociolinguistic Methods I Prof. Peter L. Patrick University of Essex Autumn (Term 1) 2003 Office: Room 4.328, ext. 2088, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Class meets Wednesday 11-1 in 5N.3.11 Office hours: Wed 2:00-3:00, Fri 1:15-2:15 Accessible from University of Essex Course Materials Repository or my coursepage privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~patrickp/Courses/Courses.html Please consult course webpage weekly for updates, resources, changes. You are responsible for knowing what's here! This online version of the course description is more complete than the paper one. Please note that while this course will run for both terms, I will only teach it in the Autumn 2003 term. Course aims Expected learning outcomes Teaching methods and expectations of students ... Calendar Updates About this Course: This course is required for all MA students. It aims to give you a foundation in some of the primary methods commonly used in sociolinguistic research. You will learn how to design and conduct surveys of language and dialect use, and how to analyse data and present your results. We will draw on a variety of methods and traditions, including quantitative and qualitative approaches, as well as those used in dialectology, variation, discourse and conversation analysis. The first term will focus on language variation and change, but include some qualitative discourse analysis.
Autumn Sun That is Claras dilemma in autumn Sun, a gentle, affecting film about a middleaged Reluctantto let go, Clara devises a plan to teach Raul enough about her http://www.jhvc.org/video_library/film_detail.php?film_id=190&search_str=content