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Quozio Share: Website: quozio.comDescription: A nice site to make short quotation posters by simply adding the text and choosing the design.Category: Displays & Posters Other Links in This Section 20 practical ways to use Google Forms in class, school Google Forms gives educators a powerful data collection tool. Check out these 20 ways to harness its power in school. (Google Forms logo used under fair use) Everyone wants data. Bravolol – Learn Foreign Languages English Chinese Dictionary The best English Chinese Dictionary app is now on Android phone and tablet. It covers over 170,000 words and phrases of the contemporary Chinese language (Both Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese), along with example sentences, audio pronunciations, fastest search speed, flexible search methods, and more … A must have app for learning Chinese!

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Write On Plastic Pocket Charts Check out this cool idea a reader submitted. It’s simple, but genius! If you use a pocket chart to hold vocabulary words, you can diagram them right on the pocket! Eight smart ways to use social media in universities It’s hard to imagine a world without social media, yet many academics still view Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as distractions rather than tools. But these resources can be harnessed to create more challenging and stimulating learning environments. So what apps could you be using to lighten your load and liven up your teaching?

How to increase your impact with academic social media The rise of social media is viewed by many as yet another means of procrastination. Yet academics are increasingly turning to Twitter, not just for entertainment and networking, but to engage audiences in a new way. One of the best-loved academic accounts is @NeinQuarterly; a feed that blends aphorisms, jokes and an expert knowledge of German literature and culture. Skill Builder Spelling – Android Apps on Google Play With Skill Builder Spelling you creating spelling lists has never been easier. This app uses the common 'Look, Cover, Write, Check' method, where the app does the 'Cover' and 'Check' parts for the student or child allowing them to focus on getting the word right. For Teachers:This app is great as it allows you to add a spelling list and have it be run over and over again for all students. For Parents:It is super simple to create tests, add words to them, and start them that your child will be completing their test in no time!

Castle, Forest, Island, Sea: analysis <<silently>><<set $blackbirdno = $blackbirdno + 1>><<set $nointent = $nointent + 1>><<endsilently>><html><div align="center"><img src="ch2-birds.png" alt="three small birds perched on some saucepans"></div></html>\nThe robin ruffles its feathers. "Oh," it says, and falls silent, then: "Never mind."\n\nThe blackbird jumps, surprised. "Oh!" it says as well, but in a very different tone. 5 Apps for Social Reading Social reading is revolutionizing the way anyone reads. While most participate in social media, such as Facebook or Twitter in their personal lives, social media in the form of social reading is expanding into the classroom, making reading more enjoyable and exciting for all readers young and old. The basis of social reading is simple, through the use of apps and devices reading goes beyond the actual words on the page and opens up a myriad of options for readers to share their thoughts, favorite quotes, and overall opinions of the things they have read. Social reading apps allow readers to connect and share, much like a book group, all through the use of technology. These 5 social reading apps make communicating about books and literature very simple and enjoyable all from the comforts of a tablet or smartphone. Subtext

Reasonings About Philodemus’ On Anger The following arguments are explanations and comments based on Philodemu’s scroll On Anger (1). As expected, the fragments are incomplete but we have a fairly clear idea of ​​the arguments of the teacher. The first thing to note is that, when it comes to anger, we see a huge contrast between the Stoic and Epicurean schools. Stoics idealized apathy (which literally means lack of emotion) and saw all anger as an evil that had to be repressed. Epicureans teach that it’s a bad idea to suppress human nature, and one of the main arguments we see is on how anger is completely natural.

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