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Trading Card Creator The Trading Card tool gives students an alternative way to demonstrate their literacy knowledge and skill when writing about popular culture texts or real world examples. This interactive allows students to create their own trading card about a real or fictional person, place, object, event, or abstract concept. These cards are can be used with any type of book students are reading or subjects that they are studying, and make for an excellent prewriting exercise for students who are writing narrative stories and need to consider characters, setting, and plot. Specific prompts guide student through the various types of cards, expanding students' thinking from the basic information and description of the topic to making personal connections to the subject.

75 places so colorful it's hard to believe they're real [pics] No, you don’t need to adjust your screen, nor are any of these the product of extreme photoshopping. Instead, these places (natural and manmade, seasonal and perennial) possess such incredible and unusual colors that it’s hard to believe they really exist. The Crayola junkie in me was compelled to catalog them here. Art Nouveau Art Nouveau is considered a "total" art style, embracing architecture, graphic art, interior design, and most of the decorative arts including jewellery, furniture, textiles, household silver and other utensils and lighting, as well as the fine arts. According to the philosophy of the style, art should be a way of life. For many well-off Europeans, it was possible to live in an art nouveau-inspired house with art nouveau furniture, silverware, fabrics, ceramics including tableware, jewellery, cigarette cases, etc.

Mount Umunhum Mount Umunhum (Ohlone, meaning resting place of the hummingbird)[3] is the fourth-highest peak in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California (after Loma Prieta, Crystal Peak, and Mt. Chual). The mountain is situated in Santa Clara County, southeast of Los Gatos and south of South San Jose. The peak is sometimes referred to as "Mount Um" by locals.[4] It is a well-known landmark in the bay area which can be recognized in Santa Clara Valley by the five-story concrete radar tower building, known locally as "the cube"[5] or "the box", that sits atop the summit. The tower construction began in 1960 and completed in 1962. It supported an 85.5-ton General Electric model AN/FPS-24 long range search radar antenna "sail" used to detect incoming hostile aircraft during the Cold War.

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Classic ScobleShow » Blog Archive » Visiting “Birthplace of Silicon Valley:” HP Garage during BarCampBlock <p>Your browser does not support JavaScript. This media can be viewed at <a href=" I’ve lived in Silicon Valley most of my life and, while I’ve been to the HP Garage several times, I’ve never gotten to actually visit it. HP was gracious enough to open the garage for me and a few of my friends who have added me as a Facebook friend and we visit the garage where Anna Mancini, HP’s Corporate Archivist, gives us a talk about the role this little garage played in the tech industry’s development.

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