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Here's What Scientists Found When They Opened A Cave That Had Been Isolated For More Than Five Million Years. The inhabitants of the Movile Cave are like no others.

Here's What Scientists Found When They Opened A Cave That Had Been Isolated For More Than Five Million Years

The “otherworldly” conditions of this Romanian cave, just a few miles west from the Black Sea, have been sealed up for around 5.5 million years. Although the air is poisonous and unbearably humid, this cocktail of factors has created a goldmine for biologists. Fewer than 100 people have ever delved into the cave, according to BBC Earth. The Worlds Largest Lesson. What's Air Got to Do with It? - Lesson - www.teachengineering.org. Summary Students are introduced to the concepts of air pollution and air quality.

What's Air Got to Do with It? - Lesson - www.teachengineering.org

The three lesson parts (including its associated activities) focus on the prerequisites for understanding air pollution. Cub air lesson01 attachment1. An ESL lesson that always delivers for me. One of my favourite lessons to do, either with new or established students is one that is called ‘Lost’, I don’t suppose that this is particularly original and I fail to recall now where I actually took the idea from in the first place.

An ESL lesson that always delivers for me

I have in fact amended it many times to keep it relevant to current news and world situations (like the economic crisis and political changes) but it works well, only requires a small amount of preparation and I have used it successfully with groups and individual students. I teach English as a second language in Italy and I have found that this is a good conversation starter, fires up the emotions, forces opinions to be shared and challenged, and can have a different result every time. It is also fun to do and is great at encouraging some of the more timid students out of their shells a little; it is solely conversation based and actively encourages students to engage in a detailed conversation, as well as using descriptive language skills.

Lost!