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The Evolution of Syria’s Conflict - Interactive Feature Rebels seize territory and repel security forces for the first time June 2011Jisr al-Shughour More than 120 government troops are killed by what Syria’s state broadcaster calls “armed gangs.” The government retakes Jisr al-Shoughour later in the month and chases dissidents nearby. Thousands flee to Turkey, where defectors form the Free Syrian Army. Defectors and militias attack government forces

Mail Online Anthony Owen, 68, was found unconscious 20 yards from his home, next to his white Honda civic, which was still running Witnesses reported seeing three youths on BMX bikes cycling away from Mr Owen's home on millionaires' row in Hale Village, near Liverpool By James Tozer Published: 19:45 GMT, 20 March 2012 | Updated: 18:02 GMT, 21 March 2012 Head injuries: Anthony Owen died a week after being found unconscious just 20 yards from his home Police are continuing to question three teenagers today over the murder of a surgeon outside his millionaires' row home. Kinemage Ribonuclease A ribbons, from a kinemage displayed in Mage: β-strands are green, helices gold, and active-site His sidechains blue. A kinemage (short for kinetic image) is an interactive graphic scientific illustration. It often is used to visualize molecules, especially proteins and nucleic acids, although it can also represent other types of 3-dimensional data (such as geometric figures, social networks,[1] or tetrahedra of RNA base composition). The kinemage system is designed to optimize ease of use, interactive performance, and the perception and communication of detailed 3D information. The kinemage information is stored in a human- as well as machine-readable text file that describes the hierarchy of display objects and their properties, and that also includes optional explanatory text; the kinemage format is a defined chemical MIME type of 'chemical/x-kinemage' with the file extension '.kin'. Early history[edit]

New- You Can Now Create Custom Maps in Google Drive July 4, 2015 A couple of days ago, Google announced that Google Apps users can now access Google My Maps right from their Google Drive account. This means that you can seamlessly create, manage and share your custom maps directly from your Drive. To locate My Maps in your Drive, Click on ’New’ then select ‘more’ and click on ‘ Google My Maps’ as shown in the screenshot below. My Maps by Google allows you to create custom maps to share and publish on the web.

People Maria Miller is still an MP and the poor people of Basingstoke are lumbered with her Selfies Like most people, Sunday People columnist Carol McGiffin had not forgotten the expenses scandals, but had kind of moved on - now it has all come flooding back Kaltura Kaltura is a New York-based software company founded in 2006.[1] Kaltura states that their products allow publishers and content owners to publish, manage, monetize and analyze their video and other rich-media content. The main components of Kaltura's online video platform are based on open-source software, enabling any site to add advanced video and rich-media capabilities. Concept[edit] The original concept was built on the collaborative Wiki model but uses media rather than text.

Current Events Classroom About Current Events Classroom iStockphoto The Current Events Classroom is a collection of timely and relevant brief lesson plans that assist K-12 educators in teaching news topics and other issues of the day. Each lesson helps students analyze the topic through an anti-bias, diversity and social justice lens.

FRONTLINE Please sign in using one of our supported services to begin saving your favorite programs and videos. We have updated our registration process. Please sign in using one of our supported services to bookmark your favorite programs and videos. If you have a PBS account, your stored favorites and viewing history will be safely migrated. 9 sources of news for kids that you may not know about Newspapers have always been an excellent educational resource for teachers. Now with the Common Core's focus on reading non-fiction material, they are more valuable than ever. Many of the classrooms that I have visited have been using either Time for Kids or CNN Students News and with good reason as both are terrific resources. Below are nine additional websites to consider when incorporating news into the classroom. NewselaNewsela is an awesome site that I previously shared and it helps students develop close reading and critical thinking skills by offering current event articles with varying levels of text complexity. Lexile levels of an article range from 2nd grade up to 12th grade which allows for differentiation within the same classroom.

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