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Trying to follow what is going on in Syria and why? This comic will get you there in 5 minutes. That warning has become a global alert.

Trying to follow what is going on in Syria and why? This comic will get you there in 5 minutes.

Since the uprising against Assad in March 2011, over 240,000 people have been killed, 4 million Syrians have fled their country, and over 7 million have been displaced. The headlines are full of the heartbreaking stories of these refugees — including young children — who have died trying to reach safety in other countries. The story of these refugees is deeply tied to the effects of climate change. "We are experiencing a surprising uptick in global insecurity ... partially due to our inability to manage climate stress.

" That's how Columbia University professor Marc Levy (who also does studies for the U.S. government) summed it up. What's happening in Syria and across Europe is part of a larger story that affects us all. Planning Page ⋆ hopes to make every teacher’s life easier by presenting term plan examples and templates to use together with your students and/or colleagues to plan an enjoyable school year.

Planning Page ⋆ suggests your plan be filled with themes, books, films and whatever else the class might come up with. Just follow these seven steps: 1. Choose your class level for Autumn Term Themes:Year2, Year3,Year4, Year5, Year6, Year7, Year8, Year9 Spring Term Themes:Year 3, Year 4,Year 5, Year 6,Year 7, Year 8,Year 9 2. 3. Download Term Plan Templates:Term Plan Template by weekTerm Plan Template 2 per weekTerm Plan Template 3 per week The templates are adaptable for all levels. Level 5 - The Body (Stephen King) - Penguin Readers.pdf. Book circle - titles. Salt Lake Snakes. You have now seen all the important sights in London and you remember why you came here, to look for Sam in Green park.

Salt Lake Snakes

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Future Plans

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The Hitchhiker: Reading Comprehension

At this time in December, it would be completely dark by five o'clock. Andrea shivered. The interior of the car was not cold, but the trees bending in the harsh wind and the patches of yesterday's snow still heaped in the fields made her feel chilly inside. It was another ten miles to the cottage where she lived with her husband Michael, and the dim light and wintry weather made her feel a little lonely. She would have liked to listen to the radio, but it had been stolen from her car when it was parked outside her office in London about two weeks ago, and she had not got around to replacing it yet.

The five strangest habits of the Swedes. The Local's Oliver Gee has just left Sweden after four years, and reflects on what he found to be the five oddest habits of Swedish people.

The five strangest habits of the Swedes

Swedes are an interesting bunch. They're efficient but they love a good coffee-break, they're humble but they hang flags on their front porches, and they can appear cold at a glance but are as warm as an Arctic sauna when you really, really get to know them. And to me, they're also quite odd. After my four years in the country, I've collected what I found to be their most unusual habits.


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