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18 Feb 19
jkoenings66@uwsuper.edu

ELL Development Language Levels- Level 1– learners are beginners. They try to grasp the meanings of words and connect them to ideas. They begin to communicate in sentences but may answer questions with only one word. Listening-During read alouds, focus on individual words in descriptive sentences. Speaking-Provide many opportunities to converse socially, allowing for inaccurate […]

18 Feb 19
Blue Notes in Black and White

When pioneering historian Carter G. Woodson began Negro History Week commemorations in 1926, the field of black history barely registered among professional historians. In the twenties, historians were more apt to blame African Americans for the tragedy of the Civil War and the failures of Reconstruction than to investigate them as significant historical actors whose […]

18 Feb 19
cheapessaywriters

I attached the readings, example and rubric 4 ptsAccomplished3 ptsGood2 ptsDeveloping1 ptsBeginning0 ptsNot Attempted/ 4 pts and instructions are in the description box Questions to be answered:1. How did faith/religion impact the nature of practices that you observed or learned about today? (Point out the certain days or give an overall answer from all journal […]

18 Feb 19
Entertaining WE

SPORTbible http://www.sportbible.com/assets/images/theme/logo-blk.png Danilo is one of just two Manchester City players to have won the Champions League and he did so with Zinedine Zidane. Now the full back has explained the difference between Zidane and current manager Pep Guardiola. So far in Manchester City’s recent era the only trophy they are yet to win is…

18 Feb 19
TheCork.ie

18 February 2019 By Elaine Murphy elaine@TheCork.ie Cork Film Festival – Ireland’s first and largest film festival – has announced a new partnership in 2019 with the First Cut! Youth Film Festival, a successful four-day festival which is celebrating its 10th outing and takes place in Youghal, Co Cork in early March. As part of […]

18 Feb 19
Elder Browning

February 18, 2019 What a week. But to start off simple, our area in Polokwane is still struggling a lot. I wish I could say someone we’re teaching is doing great! But we haven’t been able to meet with anyone more than twice. We have some people in who we had some powerful lessons with, […]

18 Feb 19
Glyphosate Girl

While attending a work conference in Las Vegas this last weekend, I was slipped some gluten at dinner in Caesar’s Palace. Feeling wrecked from cross-contamination on my spaghetti bolegnese just seems unfair in light of preferred ways to get wrecked in Vegas. The combination of extremely debilitating gluten intolerance issues and casino gaming gave me […]

18 Feb 19
China IPR - Intellectual Property Developments in China

I will be speaking on February 20, 2019 at Berkeley Law at 12:50 in a Fashion and IP discussion and screening with my former Fordham colleague Prof. Susan Scafidi. We will be screening the recent film Fashion and IP. The program is free and open to the public.

18 Feb 19
Churchmouse Campanologist

On Thursday, February 14, 2019, President Donald Trump joined pro-life leaders on a nationwide conference call to discuss late-term abortion. Late-term abortion — up to birth — passed the New York State senate on January 22. A similar measure failed in Virginia around that time. However, a handful of other US states have already signed […]

18 Feb 19
Presbyterian Writers Guild

March 20, 2019, is the date of an exciting joint endeavor by the Presbyterian Writers Guild and seminary students interested in writing as a ministry. Five members of the PWG board will participate in a panel discussion about writing for publication at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia. The panel is part of a seminary-sponsored […]

18 Feb 19
Stage 4 is Just a Number ~ Becky’s Blog

Have you ever felt yourself slipping? You’re going along living your life, then you feel it… a slow decline into the pit of despair. It doesn’t happen all at once. It’s a gradual descent. My personality has the tendency to lead me toward that “pit” every now and then. I’m sure I’m not alone in […]

18 Feb 19
prost8blog

To view this on my blog site, review past posts, and sign up to be notified of future posts, please click here. The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) along with other professional societies sponsors an annual symposium focused on GU cancers, with a day and a half devoted to prostate cancer. You can view […]

18 Feb 19
NACCHO Aboriginal Health News Alerts

20 February World Day of Social Justice Download the 2019 Health Awareness Days Calendar  21 February Galambila ACCHO Gumbaynggirr Cultural Show for Coffs Harbour Pharmacists  22 February Awabakal ACCHO Strong Youth Launch 6 March AIATSIS Culture and Policy Symposium 9 March  Bush to Beach Project Grazing Style Light Indigenous Marathon Fundraiser 12- 13 March Overcoming […]

18 Feb 19
Soul Purpose

[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text] Setting boundaries is an important step in creating healthy, loving, fulfilling relationships. And it’s important to discuss each other’s boundaries in all aspects of the relationship — from overall expectations of one another to finances to privacy to family and friends. Think of boundaries as a set of rules for a relationship. […]

18 Feb 19
Pull back this veil

« Back “How is Sinan?” “I didn’t come to talk about Sinan.” “I came to be with you.” “You’re trying to deal with everything by yourself.” “As always.” “But it’s not fair.” “It’s not true.” “Like how you were slapped.” “It will be better for everyone.” “For everyone?” “For everyone, except for you.” “For you.” […]