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SCOTLAND

SCOTLAND

SCOTLAND. Scotland is a part of Great Britain.it is in the north of great britain . The capital is Edinburgh, but the largest city is Glasgow. People who live in scotland are called “ scottish ”. The scottish flag is blue with a white cross.

By emily
(396 views)

Music at Bromsgrove Preparatory School

Music at Bromsgrove Preparatory School

Music at Bromsgrove Preparatory School Prep School Teaching Staff. Miss Miller is Head of Preparatory School Music Mrs Bayliss is in charge of Junior Music Miss Coulson teaches KS2 Music

By Patman
(390 views)

Social Studies Comparing Japan and China By: Leslie Singleton And Amanda Tesarz

Social Studies Comparing Japan and China By: Leslie Singleton And Amanda Tesarz

Social Studies Comparing Japan and China By: Leslie Singleton And Amanda Tesarz. Grade Level: Second Grade. Lesson: Comparing and Contrasting two important Asian nations: China and Japan. Objectives. Introduce Japanese and Chinese culture and geography

By richard_edik
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When Cultures Matter: The Socialization of Cape Verdeans in New England

When Cultures Matter: The Socialization of Cape Verdeans in New England

When Cultures Matter: The Socialization of Cape Verdeans in New England. Ambrizeth Lima Bridgewater State College April 1 st , 2006. Agenda. Culture: How are we defining it? Cape Verdean culture: What is visible/invisible? The Cape Verdean enclave (s) in New England

By RexAlvis
(248 views)

The Roles of the President

The Roles of the President

The Roles of the President. By George Cassutto. The President: Some Facts. Elected to a four-year term by the people who elect electors. The Slate of electors make up the Electoral College The 22nd Amendment places a term limit on the Presidency.

By issac
(217 views)

Cultural Diversity

Cultural Diversity

Cultural Diversity. Code Blue Chapter 8. Terms Used in Chapter 8. Bias. An emotional leaning to one side. Sometimes people have a bias towards people of other cultures. This bias may be positive, or negative. Recognizing the existence of a bias helps one overcome negative bias.

By cady
(172 views)

RENAISSANCE THEATRE ARCHITECTURE

RENAISSANCE THEATRE ARCHITECTURE

RENAISSANCE THEATRE ARCHITECTURE. by Virginia R. Francisco. Italian Practice is Major Influence . productions began 1470 but only on special occasions in temporary theatres. Emphasis on Scenery. even Serlio assumes no permanent building a theatre burned in Ferrara 1532

By siusan
(221 views)

Indoor Hockey

Indoor Hockey

Fascination and Supplement. Indoor Hockey. fascination of a quick game. Indoor Hockey. importance for the learning process. goals - motivation for sport. history in Germany. differences to outdoor. Fascination. Many goals / High result Interesting score. Quick actions, quick re-actions

By rock
(153 views)

Sarees: The History and Patterns of Women’s Clothing in India

Sarees: The History and Patterns of Women’s Clothing in India

Sarees: The History and Patterns of Women’s Clothing in India. Sarah Rossignol EDU 553 Fall 2007. What is a Sari?. A Sari is an unstitched and uncut piece of fabric that is available in a variety of lengths, colors, designs and

By kipling
(354 views)

TOBACCO

TOBACCO

TOBACCO. Tobacco. 1982 surgeon general said that smoking is the most important health issue of our time Identified the effects of cigarette smoking as the chief preventable cause of death in our society Medical costs of smoking is 8$/pack Smoking related illness cost 158 billion/yr

By nami
(272 views)

Year 7 History ‘King of the Castle’ Lesson 5: Why did they have heraldry in the Middle Ages?

Year 7 History ‘King of the Castle’ Lesson 5: Why did they have heraldry in the Middle Ages?

Year 7 History ‘King of the Castle’ Lesson 5: Why did they have heraldry in the Middle Ages?. WALT: Understand the importance of heraldry in medieval times. WILF : Level 4: Describe how heraldry was used. Level 5: Explain the reasons why heraldry was used.

By udell
(211 views)

Proverbs, Everyday Phrases and Phrases for Special Occasions

Proverbs, Everyday Phrases and Phrases for Special Occasions

Proverbs, Everyday Phrases and Phrases for Special Occasions. Whaktauaki - Proverb. Ko taku Reo, te raukura mo taku Māori , te pounamu mo taku mana motuhake , te mauri mo taku rangatiratanga

By melia
(241 views)

Pyotr Tchaikovsky

Pyotr Tchaikovsky

Pyotr Tchaikovsky. (1840-1893).

By aviv
(166 views)

Clothing Management

Clothing Management

Clothing Management. Unit 1: Clothing Selection 1.1 List reasons People Wear Clothes?. 1.1 List reasons people wear clothes?. Protection Modesty Identification Status Decoration . Protection-. 1. Climate and Weather - We can be easily affected by the elements…. Protection-.

By imaran
(120 views)

Chapter 8 Prelude : The Late Baroque Period

Chapter 8 Prelude : The Late Baroque Period

Chapter 8 Prelude : The Late Baroque Period. Musical Life in the Early Eighteenth Century. Church Court Opera house. Key Terms. Musical Life in the Early Eighteenth Century. Importance of crafts in Baroque era Chippendale furniture, Paul Revere silver, Stradivarius violins

By heba
(159 views)

SPECIAL OCCASIONS

SPECIAL OCCASIONS

SPECIAL OCCASIONS. China. SPRING FESTIVAL/NEW YEAR 春节. When? Why? Eat? Do? Give/Receive?. TOMB-SWEEPING FESTIVal 清明节. When? Why? Eat? Do? Give/Receive?. LABOUR DAY 劳动节. When? Why? Eat? Do? Give/Receive?. DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL 端午节. When? Why? Eat? Do?

By shana
(71 views)

History of Floral Design

History of Floral Design

History of Floral Design. Why is History Important?. Helps designer have a better understanding of the origins of floral designs used today. May have to create a design to complement a certain time period. Two Original Styles.

By vahe
(390 views)

The Sun King and Versailles

The Sun King and Versailles

The Sun King and Versailles. Louis XIV. Born in 1638. Became king at the age of 5. Advisors ruled the country through him. His godfather and prime minister Cardinal Mazarin ruled with him. Louis Rules Alone. In 1660, Louis married Maria Theresa of Spain.

By gefjun
(74 views)

Their Native Tongue

Their Native Tongue

Their Native Tongue. local. Near or in the neigborhood My mom likes to shop at the local store. What local place do you like to go to?. native. From a particular place Penguins are native to very cold places. What are some other animals that are native to cold places?. reclaim.

By ambrose
(122 views)

Created by Miss Musser

Created by Miss Musser

Created by Miss Musser. Fun With Origami. Origami Definition. Origami, (pronounced or-i-GA-me ) is the Japanese art of paper folding. "Ori" is the Japanese word for folding and "kami" is the Japanese word for paper. The Origins of Origami. . .

By Olivia
(196 views)

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