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Story Elements

Story Elements

Story Elements. What do all stories have in common?. Characters Setting Conflict (problem) Plot (events) Theme. Characters. Characters are the people, animals, or objects who make the action happen in a story A story can have many characters, or just a few.

By Jims
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Attracting your Audience: MARKETING 101

Attracting your Audience: MARKETING 101

Attracting your Audience: MARKETING 101. Illinois Arts Alliance Conference May 15, 2003 Presented by Patricia Joseph & Joan Welles. What is marketing?. Connecting what you’ve got with people who want/need/value it Who you are and what do you have to offer

By mike_john
(291 views)

The Midnight 		Ride of Paul Revere

The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere

The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere. Revolutionary war hero Paul Revere warned the colonists of an advancing attack by the British army. Revere rode his horse through the night warning every village and town. The colonist, prepared by Revere’s warning, defeated the Bristish forces.

By johana
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Social Studies Teacher Interview Portfolio

Social Studies Teacher Interview Portfolio

Social Studies Teacher Interview Portfolio. Aesthetics: Superficial, but necessary. Organize – In a binder, use dividers and plastic page covers. Include pictures if possible.

By lena
(241 views)

Ch.24 Notes

Ch.24 Notes

Ch.24 Notes. Big Idea : The Green Revolution produced food for the earth’s growing population as it spread chemically and genetically enhanced forms of agriculture. Big Idea : Medical innovations increased the ability of humans to survive and live longer lives. Polio Vaccine Antibiotics.

By sunee
(145 views)

Geography concepts: What, why and how?

Geography concepts: What, why and how?

Geography concepts: What, why and how?. Liz Taylor University of Cambridge. (This slide showed an image of an exercise book page from 1947 – lots of small pictures showing characteristics and products of different regions of France.).

By desiderio
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Participatory Lecture

Participatory Lecture

Participatory Lecture. Adapted from Participatory Lectures , Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, 1992. Revised for distribution at the Harvard School of Public Health, 1994. Comments and suggestions are welcome. Ellen Sarkisian (495-4869; ESARK@FAS.HARVARD.EDU) .

By maurice
(183 views)

NCW 2012 Nanotechnology: The Smallest BIG Idea in Science!

NCW 2012 Nanotechnology: The Smallest BIG Idea in Science!

NCW 2012 Nanotechnology: The Smallest BIG Idea in Science!. Your Name Your Affiliation Location or type of presentation Date of presentation. what is nanotechnology? And Why is it such a Big Idea?. Nanotechnology: Small, Different, New. The nanometer is extremely small.

By billy
(137 views)

Accessible Mainstream Products

Accessible Mainstream Products

Accessible Mainstream Products. AT Act Projects April 29, 2010 Jim Tobias, Inclusive Technologies. Outline. A few examples What’s the big idea? More examples, in categories Resources Crowd-sourcing experiment. Examples. Cell phone alarm. Waterproof, flexible keyboard.

By zareh
(89 views)

Understanding Memoir

Understanding Memoir

Understanding Memoir. AP English Language and Composition. Characteristics of Memoir. Focuses on a person, place, event, or animal which had a particular significance in the writer’s life Has a particular focus, an element (big idea) which receives the most emphasis

By carnig
(185 views)

Portability

Portability

Portability. Rohan Yadav and Charles Yuan (rohany) (chenhuiy). Portability in Multiple Contexts. Improving legacy code Architecture Adaptive Variant Selection Architecture Specific Optimization. Improving Legacy Code. COBOL.

By elan
(351 views)

Vocabulary and Comprehension: Ask Appropriate Questions During Passage Reading

Vocabulary and Comprehension: Ask Appropriate Questions During Passage Reading

Vocabulary and Comprehension: Ask Appropriate Questions During Passage Reading. Oregon Reading First Regional Coaches’ Meetings February 19 and 21, 2008. Today’s Objectives:. We will…. Discuss and analyze the types of questions typically asked within Comprehensive Reading Programs.

By milt
(249 views)

Understanding By Design Introduction September 17 th , 2009

Understanding By Design Introduction September 17 th , 2009

Understanding By Design Introduction September 17 th , 2009. Office of Learning and Support Services. I taught spot to whistle. I said I taught him. I didn’t say he learned it!. I can’t hear him whistling. Survey.

By juro
(89 views)

Thesis statements

Thesis statements

Thesis statements. What’s the big idea?. A thesis statement is not a statement of fact. “Chihuahuas are a small breed of dog.”. A thesis statement is your essay’s controlling idea. It’s the big idea. It’s a statement that you need and intend to prove in the essay.

By alida
(119 views)

Theme

Theme

Theme. Comprehension Skill First Grade Unit 3 Week 3 Created by Kristi Waltke. Let’s Review. contrast. To compare and means to tell ways in which things are alike and different.

By melva
(144 views)

Explication de texte

Explication de texte

Explication de texte. Or, how to do a close reading of a literary passage. The Game Plan. Read the Text Look for Patterns Interpret the Text. Read the Text. Consider typing a copy of the text. Read text once for comprehension. Read text again. Look up unfamiliar words.

By kiona
(334 views)

Educating in Bulk: The Introductory Physics Course Revisions at Illinois (Mats Selen, UIUC Department of Physics)

Educating in Bulk: The Introductory Physics Course Revisions at Illinois (Mats Selen, UIUC Department of Physics)

Educating in Bulk: The Introductory Physics Course Revisions at Illinois (Mats Selen, UIUC Department of Physics). What we teach & who we teach it to. How it used to work (badly). How we do it now (and how we know it works). “Infrastructure” & “Faculty Buy-In” Feedback

By wray
(189 views)

RSA Cryptography

RSA Cryptography

RSA Cryptography. Taravat Moshtagh Department of Mathematics and Statistics York University January 19 th 2006. Outline. Part I Introduction to RSA cryptography Basic terminology Mathematics behind the RSA How the algorithm works How secure the algorithm is Conclusion Part II

By urbain
(276 views)

9/14

9/14

9/14. Copy HW Create a Cornell-notes sheet. Costa’s Levels of Questions. Mr. K. Level 1 Questions. The answer can be found in the text Very concrete and relates only to the text Asks for facts about what has been heard or read

By dagmar
(113 views)

The Dot

The Dot

The Dot. Spelling Words. eat sea each team please dream treat beach clean lean. Challenge Words. colors sign. Vocabulary Words. draw colors over drew great sign show. Comprehension Skills. Theme The big idea.

By venetia
(124 views)

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