Autumn Ward || Calendar autumn will teach a new choreography to Egyptian Pop music, and specialsession on Persian Dance. autumn will teach a drum solo choreography. http://www.brooklynbellydance.com/calendar.html
Extractions: UPCOMING PERFORMANCES Sunday, June 13 : Alf Layla Hafla. 4:00 - 8:00. Cleopatra Supper Club, 67-45 Fifth Ave. (at 68 th Street), Bayridge, Brooklyn. Performances by Autumn and her students, and other dancers to be announced. Ongoing :Autumn is currently appearing at Casa La Femme North, 1076 First Avenue (between 58th and 59th streets, next to Tapas Lounge.) For reservations and showtimes, please call the restaurant: 212-505-0005. WORKSHOPS Linglestown, PA : Workshops and show. Autumn will teach a new choreography to Egyptian Pop music, and special session on Persian Dance. Saturday, August 21, 2004. Brochure page 1 Brochure page 2 Brochure page 3 Frederick, MD : Workshop and show. Autumn will teach a drum solo choreography. Saturday, September 10, 2005. Link NEW YORK CITY DANCE CLASSES All classes are held in clean, modern studios with mirrors and professional floors. Classes are taught by Autumn Ward, unless otherwise noted. Mature teens are welcome, but must obtain a signed permission form before participating. Gift certificates are available. Click for class FAQ studio locations , or course descriptions Private classes available by appointment.
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Extractions: By Victoria N. Londergan One of the most exciting aspects of working in secondary education today is the opportunity to contribute to the quality of an adolescent's intellectual growth through curriculum design and teaching practice. What follows is an overview of how the faculty and administration at West Nottingham Academy are working to further our school as a vibrant, strong and caring community. West Nottingham aspires to be a place where adults seek every moment as an educational opportunity: a challenge as well as an obligation, and where pupils are inspired to learn and to better themselves as individuals and students. As a secondary school evaluating our approach to education, West Nottingham Academy looks forward to several years of self-reflection and decision-making around our curriculum. This is the Academy's opportunity to model growth and learning while perpetuating a tradition of working diligently to be a quality school, or community of learners.
Listening Activities For Autumn By Chris Elvin Here I present one of four listening activities for autumn that I d like to share,the other three being available for download from my What to teach, and why? http://www.eflclub.com/elvin/publications/listeningfallactivities.html
Extractions: LISTENING ACTIVITIES FOR AUTUMN by Chris Elvin Here I present one of four listening activities for Autumn that I'd like to share, the other three being available for download from my website (see later). The first print, which looks like a reading comprehension exercise, and could be used as such if so desired, is actually the teacher's copy. The other print is the student's worksheet. What to teach, and why? i) Useful to whom? As teachers, we have a duty to teach language that will be useful to our students. I believe this should include not only material that will enable our students to pass tests and graduate school, but also topics that students find interesting. My students have expressed an interest in foreign culture and traditions, so I include it as a part of my curriculum. ii) Authentic versus simplified In order to preserve authenticity and naturalness, it may be unavoidable to occasionally have to burden students with uncommon words. For example, I chose to leave Jack-o-lantern and bonfire as they were, even though it would be easy to simplify them.
Classes teach. Comp Lit 311, History of Film 19301959 (Winter 2004); English 207, Cyberculture(Winter 2004); Comp Lit 301, Introduction to the Analysis of Film (autumn http://www.dhalgren.com/Classes/
Extractions: Comp Lit 311, History of Film 1930-1959 (Winter 2004) English 207, Cyberculture (Winter 2004) Comp Lit 301, Introduction to the Analysis of Film (Autumn 2003) English 304, Contemporary Literary Theory (Autumn 2003) Study Questions for my Film class, English 345/Comp Lit 357 (Autumn 1998) "Information Technology: Trends and Implications" seminar Comp Lit 312, History of Film Since 1960 (Spring 2003) English 407, Special Topics in Cultural Studies: Cyberculture (Winter 2003) The (now obsolete) cyberstudies class I taught in 1998 (Winter 1998) (Autumn 2001class taught jointly with Professor Cynthia Steele, Dept of Spanish and Portuguese) Index of Films
Autumn Leaves: Campgrounds autumn Leaves. volume 2 number 6. We also learn our dances from mothers pushing babycarriages, from fathers coaching tball. We teach our songs to our children. http://www.sondra.net/al/vol2/26campgrounds.htm
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Extractions: Hydrogen Education Curricula for Secondary Schools Under Development By Mary-Rose Szoka-Valladares, President, M.R.S. Enterprises T he U.S. Department of Energys (DOE) Hydrogen Program is committed to educating students about the benefits of hydrogen technologies and the potential of hydrogen as a tool and energy carrier. M.R.S. Enterprises was asked to develop instructional materials and tools for secondary school students for this purpose. A field test of the Clean Corridor Curriculum (CCC) occurred last year, followed by revisions and preparations for a formal, nationwide field test during the 1999-2000 academic year. (A middle school version of the curriculum also was developed this year, which will be field-tested during academic year 1999-2000.) All curriculum content is reviewed for technical accuracy by the DOE Hydrogen Program and focuses deliberately on the transportation sector (what teenager doesnt dream of driving?). T he high school Clean Corridor Curriculum covers better than 85 percent of the national standards for chemistry, stressing the fundamentals. This highly flexible, modular curriculum is intended as a complement and enrichment not a substitute for traditional science education. Offering more than 75 hours of classroom instruction, it cuts across the sciences, including biology and physics as well as related mathematics. While the curriculum is aimed at first-year high school chemistry students, it is appropriate for technical and honors students as well. The CCC can be used to teach chemistry, physics, biology, earth science, physical science, and environmental science.
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Extractions: Print version [PureInsight.org] On the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar, the moon is round and the Chinese people mark their Moon (or Mid-autumn) Festival. This year it falls on September 11 on the western calendar. In honor of the festival, here are some card, poems and some brief legends. Cranes Dancing to Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival
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The Tabernacle Autumn 94 THE TABERNACLE autumn 1994. Dear Friends,. Now we know Our Lady is notequal to God. But doesn t this one throne teach us something? http://www.monksofadoration.org/tabaut94.html
Extractions: Autumn 1994 Dear Friends, Once again we have included some information about the Chastisement. This time we have an article about the anti-Christ. So there are very difficult days ahead. To prepare for them let us pray! Let s go before our tabernacles in our churches and pray and pray. Let us pray and adore Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament. Let us ask for many special graces for the days ahead. Let us make many sacrifices and try to pray as much as we can. Let us get closer and closer to Jesus and Mary. Let us pray many rosaries before Jesus-Host to prepare for the coming days of tribulation. We have nothing to fear if we prepare now. Fear comes from lack of preparation. It is like having to give a speech in front of a large audience without having prepared beforehand - who wouldn't be afraid to give it. But a well prepared person gives a speech without fear and nervousness. Also, as St. John the Evangelist tells us "love casts out all fear." By growing in our loving relationship with God our trust in Him will grow and our fears for the future will drop away. Can a baby have fear in its mother's arms? After all St. Paul said "who can separate us from the love of Christ." When difficult times come He will give us the support we need to persevere. But we have to draw close to the Shepherd of our souls in order to hear His whispering voice. So let us strive during the grace-filled days still being given to the world to draw day-by-day, moment-by-moment, ever closer to the most loving Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
4 Your Info Online, 9/25/2000, Days Of Autumn Projects can help teach about leaves. What you need a tree with leaves that turnred in autumn. aluminum foil or heavy paper and masking tape. What you do http://www.4yi.com/2000/0925Autumn/s1.html
Extractions: Projects can help teach about leaves If you want a better understanding of the colors that leaves contain and why they change throughout the year, the following projects recommended by the Science Made Simple Web site are worth trying out: NOTE: ADULT SUPERVISION IS REQUIRED. Please read all instructions completely before starting and observe all safety precautions. PROJECT 1 Separate Colors in a Green Leaf using Chromatography What you need: leaves, small jars (baby food jars work well) covers for jars or aluminum foil or plastic wrap rubbing alcohol, paper coffee filters
Extractions: C97 Column: Film and Television Class struggles Irish broadcaster RTÉ recently announced plans for four digital channels: a parliamentary channel; 24-hour news; a channel "for pre-school children and young people"; and an "education channel." An education channel might sound like a worthwhile undertaking for any national public service broadcaster. Disseminating knowledge and developing learning spaces through a dedicated digital channel generally seems like "a good thing." But what specific kinds of knowledge will it focus on? What kind of content can viewers expect (illustrated lectures/case studies/documentary/drama/programmes that set a task)? What's the hidden curriculum? What kinds and levels of interactivity and participation are proposed in this two-way medium? Will it be free and universal? Or pay-per-view or subscription? RTÉ's record in educational programming is weak. Teilifís Scoile (Television for Schools) in the late 1960s and early 1970s is long abandoned. More recent efforts at home-produced educational content (often in partnership with other institutions), such as its
Extractions: Celebrate! by Rebecca Gwynne Here come the holidays! Okay, quickly take inventory of the feeling process taking place as you run the emotional gamut from childish excitement (and this is a good thing!) to shopping dread and possibly even depression. Amidst the celebrations and feasting the holiday season is known to take down the best of people. Adult learners in transition often may feel more stress at this time of year. One way to keep them connected to the classroom and grounded in the group is to remind them how much they are respected and appreciated. Appreciation feeds the heart. Encouraging a job well done, effort, enthusiasm, cooperation, helpfulness, commitment, patience, attitude, creativity, dedication or other characteristics that are appropriate to your classroom dynamics support the learning experience by nurturing the learners' emotional needs. Not only does their positive attitude add to the class experience and their retention of the material, but experiencing appreciation positively affects their future professional lives. The best way to teach appreciation is to model it. Teachers demonstrate it in their attitude of respect and how they acknowledge another's achievements. The behaviors you model now carry over into the learners' professional practices. By thanking the receptionist who brings in the timely note, the learner who volunteers personal time to classroom maintenance, and the learner brave enough to go first, the instructor models how to acknowledge others. Expressing acknowledgment with a sincere attitude demonstrates integrity and respect. Students who are encouraged to show appreciation for each other naturally fall into demonstrating appreciation to their clients. In fact, the instructor is building good business skills because appreciation is a key element of good customer service.
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Extractions: Early Autumn Archived by Mike on 13 June, 1996 Latest Update 17 August 2003 by Bob Ames Hardcover Edition Published by: Delacorte Press Publication Date: ISBN: Paperback Edition Published by:: Dell Publishing Co., Inc. ISBN Large Print Edition Published by ISBN Audio Cassette Edition Published by: Books on Tape Read By: Michael Prichard Length 6 cassettes, 540 min. The above information is from the online catalog of the Minuteman Library Network and my own collection.-Bob "For David Parker and Daniel Parker, who grew up with them." Taken from the back of the paperback edition "A bitter divorce is only the beginning. First the father hires thugs to kidnap his son. Then the mother hires Spenser to get the boy back. But as soon as Spenser senses the lay of the land, he decides to do some kidnapping of his own. With a contract out on his life, he heads for the Maine woods, determined to give a puny fifteen-year-old a crash course in survival and to beat his dangerous opponents at their own brutal game." This is our first meeting with Paul Giacomin, who is the fifteen-year-old boy Spenser is trying to save. At first he is a whiny little brat, but Spenser's influences quickly take hold. By the end of the story Paul is his own man and fast approaching adulthood. You might also say that Paul is Spenser's protégé, since Spenser teaches him how to lift, fight, cook, in short, everything Spenser does himself.
Newsletter Newsletter, autumn 2004. Quality of Practitioners who practice the medicine. Qualityof teachers who teach that science to produce those practitioners. http://www.shreedhanwantri.com/newsletteritem.php?id=12
Sabeel Newsletter, Issue 13, Autumn 1998 Issue 13 autumn 1998 They teach us that most refugees are the victimsof the abuse of power whether political, economic, or religious. http://www.sabeel.org/old/news/newslt13/
Extractions: Autumn 1998 Published by Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center We welcome your questions and comments: firstname.lastname@example.org Contents by Naim Ateek When the time comes to move into final status talks between the Israelis and Palestinians, there is a number of important issues which will have to find resolutions. These issues have been considered the stickiest in the conflict and have intentionally been left to the last phase of the negotiations. These are Jerusalem, refugees, Jewish settlements, and borders. In this issue of Cornerstone , we would like to focus on the refugee problem. It was fifty years ago with the creation of the state of Israel that the Palestinian refugee problem originated. We know today, more than we did in the past, that there was a definite policy on the part of the Zionist Jews to displace the Palestinians in order to make room for the establishment of a Jewish state. The Zionists admitted from the beginning that there was no room for both. If there would be an Israel, Palestine had to go; and Israel must be "as Jewish as England is English."