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Extractions: by Paula Jolin At the end of a lecture or discussion, ask students to take three minutes to write a few short sentences on "what I learned today" or "one thing I didn't understand about this lecture." Not only will students get an opportunity to order their thoughts in written form, you'll also have the chance to measure the success or failure of the lesson, and to spend more or less time on explanations of various ideas and concepts. Ask a question at the beginning of class about the reading or previous lecture. Allow students five minutes to write a short answer. Students then read their responses out loud, which could begin the discussion. This is also a great way to include shy students who may be reluctant to participate in class discussions. When returning a piece of writing, ask students to respond - in writing - to your comments. Their response could take a number of different forms: students might clarify questions you have about their work, or they might take the opportunity to offer new ideas. This exercise will not only help students to improve their original work, it will turn the grading process into a dialogue. Students could return their comments to you, they could bring them to a short conference about their work or you could enter into a dialogue through e-mail. Another suggestion is to ask students to attach a cover letter introducing their work.
Extractions: Daily Press Briefing Monday, January 12, 1998 DEPARTMENT 1 Secretary's speech at the Center for National Policy on January 13 IRAQ 1-2,4-6,9 UNSCOM inspectors, inspections : Iraq may not pick and choose 2-3 No connection seen with Iraqi behavior and Iran 2,3,4,8,10 Inspectors chosen by UN on basis of professional expertise 3 Nationality of UNSCOM inspectors varied 4,10 Inspection delays hurt Iraqi people 4 Views of UN Security Council members 5 Policy overview on Iraqi sanctions 5-6,10 Iraqi non-compliance an issue for the UN 6 Iraq discussed during Under Secretary Pickering's trip to France 6 Certain sites' access denied to UNSCOM for months 6 Amb. Butler to travel to Iraq later this week 2,8,9 UNSCOM team makeup, activities 11 US reaction: No options ruled out IRAN 5,7,8 Basics of US policy 6-8 Use of existing channels for US-Iran contacts 8,9 People-to-people exchanges
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Extractions: The Tenth Grade Tolerance Project Click the links below to access the following assignments: Overview Source Analysis Case Studies Community Impact Project ... English Content Standards The English and Social Studies departments are developing an interdepartmental project for all 10 th graders in English and World History classes. Objectives: To analyze tolerance issues in World History (the French Revolution, the Glorious Revolution of England, Age of Imperialism, the Russian Revolution, conditions leading to World War I and World War II, the Armenian genocide, the Holocaust, Russian pogroms, the Cultural Revolution in China, the reign of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, conflicts among Sikhs, Muslims and Hindus in southern Asia, etc.) To recognize intolerance in American society in the US, in California, in the Monterey area, at Carmel High School. To read and analyze literature about intolerance and diversity To analyze the costs of intolerance of diversity To research and present findings about specific topics within the larger field of intolerance/diversity Rationale: The project connects the curricula of 10 th grade World History and English The project supports two school-wide goals Global Awareness (students will know, respect and appreciate the diversity of world cultures; students will be aware of American cultural traditions and their historic past) and
Extractions: But a society, nation or country that is ever endowed with a great man with a personality, grace and kind soul like Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar can be impoverished but hardly poor! Popularly known as Vidyasagar (meaning 'sea of knowledge'), Ishwar Chandra himself was the seat of learning. A gift of God his life was a glittering gem of morality, an exposition of the bliss of modest living, a blue sky of compassion, an everest of unfaltering dedication, a fountain of inspiration, a river of love and indeed an ocean of kindness. Watch closely how this man lived his life, how he shared his time between his family, his friends, his community and his nation, how he spent his endless energy for awakening awareness of his countrymen and for the emancipation of his nation, how he gave away every comfort of life for the sake of others and your heart will warm up to the message of this man's life. And your life will never be the same again! His graceful gift of love and affection will enrich your existence and humble your thoughts for ever.
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Extractions: SUBJECT - "MEDICARE: ITS CONTEXT AND EVOLUTION" THE POPULARITY OF THE MUCH-MALIGNED MEDICARE PROGRAM I. INTRODUCTION It has become almost habitual among policy analysts and policy makers to adorn the federal Medicare program with derogatory adjectives such as "moribund," "obsolete," "inefficient" and "unsustainable." It is argued that the program has not kept pace with the pace of innovations in the private health-insurance market and that the private sector could administer it more efficientlyhence more cheaply than can the public sector, thus delivering more "value" for the dollar.
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Extractions: November 1999 - Contents ARMENIAN CATHOLICOS ELECTION EDITION CONTENTS Synodal Session Held at Damascus Armenian Apostolic Church May Face Split Catholicos Candidates to be announced soon Pozapalian says State should not interfere with Catholicos Election Catholicos Election Divides the Church into Two Opposing Factions Lack of Effective Leadership is Striking Our Eminent Bishops in Confusion again Election of a Supreme Spiritual Leader "Times Change, and the Way We Think Must Change" Archbishop alleges Government Blackmail over Catholicos Elections "The Church is Paralyzed" The Lincy Foundation donates $1 Million for Turkey Earthquake Relief Patriarchs travel to Etchmiadzin Archbishop Nersisian denies having Government backing Elections Of Catholicos Should Be Postponed, ARF Says Calls for Catholicos Election Postponement Mount Intellectuals Call for Postponing Catholicos Vote Supreme Spiritual Council Meeting Begins Cilician See to Take Part in Vatican Meeting Agenda Set for National Ecclesiastical Assembly Archbishop Hovsepian denies Pressure from Authorities National Ecclesiastical Assembly Convenes With a Prayer For Karekin I Nersissian Elected 132nd Catholicos Catholicos Enthronement Ceremony Postponed National Ecclesiastical Assembly Concludes Aram I in Armenia; Catholicos Enthronment set for 4 November
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Extractions: ICS Library ... Marshall St. John has decided to step down from his position as Webmaster for the Internet Cello Society. Instead, he will concentrate his energies on his own fantastic website, http://www.celloheaven.com . Please join me in thanking Marshall for all that he has and continues to do for the cello. Though he will still be in contact, his energy and cheerful nature will be deeply missed by the ICS staff, especially by the ICS Editor. We have a new webmaster, however, Michael Pimomo. He is an intern that works with John Michel at Central Washington University. If you view our evolving home page, you will see his work in progress. Thank you, Michael!
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Extractions: - Phy 131 - Fall 99 - His lectures are hard to follow, but he will answer your questions. His test are hard, but he scales them. He uses the average of all the test grades to determin the grade scale. For Phy 131/Fall 99 the grade scale was: A=70% B=45% C=26% Below 26% was a D or FThere was only 1 D and 1 F everyone eles who took the final got a c- or above. - PHY - - Lectures are very difficult to follow and understand, unless you are really into physics. He's tough. - PHY - - Explains the lab thoroughly, answers questions without attitude and grades fairly. Langlois:
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Extractions: Road Reports 2002 click pics to enlarge January 2002: Yellowman! Except for the SyndaKit concert, since my return from tour in December I've been entirely immersed in the studio composing the music for Yellowman, a play by Dael Orlandersmith. It's an intense and moving theatrical work. I've known Dael for a while and have always been impressed with her monstrous talent and presence - I was quite proud to be asked to create the score. The play opened Sunday, January 13 at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, New Jersey. More info can be found here: http://www.mccarter.org/yellowman.cfm When the McCarter run finishes, Yellowman opens at the Wilma Theatre in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on February 20 after which it moves to the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut in April and the American Contemporary Theatre in Seattle in July. More January gigs Jan. 16 Bobby Previte/E# duo A conversation that began in 1973: Bobby and I braved the snows of Buffalo in the Music Department there at the State University of NY and began playing together in a variety of situations. This ongoing talk, argument, joke, and confidence has taken us all over the world: to stages and studios, many airports, architectural marvels in Austria, smoky Hungarian nightclubs, Finnish rivers, and more. This night we played at Tonic. I brought the 8string, bass clarinet, and Powerbook; Bobby his drumkit and a Boss Dr. Sampler. Grooves, delicacies, blasts, whispers, thunder. Jan. 23 Karkowski, Tone, O' Rourke, Myers, Moran, and E#
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Syria: Country Facts Languages Arabic (official); Kurdish, armenian, Aramaic, Circassian GDP compositionby sector agriculture 26 http://atheism.miningco.com/library/FAQs/islam/countries/bl_SyriaFacts.htm
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Extractions: Tel-abib - hill of corn, a place on the river Chebar, the residence of Ezekiel (Ezek. 3:15). The site is unknown. Telaim - young lambs, a place at which Saul gathered his army to fight against Amalek (1 Sam. 15:4); probably the same as Telem (2). Telassar - or Thelasar, (Isa. 37:12; 2 Kings 19:12), a province in the south-east of Assyria, probably in Babylonia. Some have identified it with Tel Afer, a place in Mesopotamia, some 30 miles from Sinjar. Telem - oppression. (1.) A porter of the temple in the time of Ezra (10:24). (2.) A town in the southern border of Judah (Josh. 15:24); probably the same as Telaim. Tel-haresha - hill of the wood, a place in Babylon from which some captive Jews returned to Jerusalem (Ezra 2:59; Neh. 7:61).
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