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Ferro Fluid Tests - Magnetic Liquid. Conduct Virtual Field Trips - itc20201. Real-life Examples Take a Virtual Tour of the Planets A trip to the planetarium is a great way to spark students' interest in the solar system.

Conduct Virtual Field Trips - itc20201

Instead of visiting the planetarium, why not break students up into groups and ask them to go through a virtual field trip that introduces them to the planets and constellations? Ask each group to use the information they learned as a starting point for researching more about one of the planets or constellations in order to create a presentation that they will share with the class.

Build Virtual Field Trips More than likely, your students are already experts at searching for information on the Web. Explore the World of Art Being exposed to paintings and sculptures from different time periods is a main component of any art class. Class Trips, Educational Field Trips. Virtual Field Trips.

Electronic (Virtual) Field Trips List of Contents (click on topic name for more links) This resource is the brain child of Donna Hendry, a graduate of the School of Education at Eastern Connecticut State University.

Virtual Field Trips

Donna has already created a resource of her own (see link below) which is rich in links to websites whose creators have provided an exciting opportunity for learners of all ages to virtually experience our wondrous world. General Electronic (Virtual) Field Trips Resources (28) Back to the EdIndex General Virtual Field Trips Resources Balloon Race Around the World Butterfly Garden--Monteverde Costa Rica Butterfly Garden Christmas Virtual Field Trip--virtual field trip all about Christmas! © Bernie Poole, Yvonne Singer, 1996-2009, All rights reserved / poole@pitt.edu, ysinger@worldnet.att.net / (814) 269-2923 / Revised 05 December 2009.

English Proverbs. Nothing defines a culture as distinctly as its language, and the element of language that best encapsulates a society's values and beliefs is its proverbs.

English Proverbs

The graphic to the right shows the words that are used in English proverbs, with the size of each word indicating how often it occurs (click for a bigger image). It's interesting to note that the two most common words in English proverbs are 'good' and 'never'. A bit of armchair psychology leads to the conclusion that, if proverbs really do reflect belief, then the English are (or at least were when these proverbs were coined) inclined to be virtuous but negative - not so far from the truth perhaps? Proverbs are short and pithy sayings that express some traditionally held truth. They are usually metaphorical and often, for the sake of memorability, alliterative.

Many proverbs have been absorbed into English having been known earlier in other languages. A barking dog never bites A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush Less is more. The Metropolitan Museum of Art - StumbleUpon. List of centuries. List of centuries From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search The pages listed below contain information about trends and events in particular centuries and millenniums.

List of centuries

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