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Green’s Dictionary of Slang

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Följ T-shirten Följ T-shirten Ämnen: Hkk, Sh, Ge, Ke, Bi, Sl (Sv/SvA, Bl, Tk, Fy, Re) Övningen Följ T-shirten börjar med att följa en T-shirts resa från vagga till grav med diskussioner om energianvändning, klimat- och miljöpåverkan från bomullsplanta till att den blir avfall, alltså T-shirtens livscykel. It feels as though we learn better via our preferred learning style, but we don’t – Research Digest By Christian Jarrett The idea that we learn more effectively when we’re taught via our preferred “learning style” – such as through pictures, written words, or by sound – is popular with students and teachers alike. A recent survey found that 93 per cent of British teachers believe in the idea. But time and again laboratory tests have failed to find support for the concept of learning styles. In fact, the most effective learning modality usually depends on the nature of the material to be learned. So why does the myth of learning styles refuse to die?

Earthquakes - Q-files Encyclopedia Many earthquakes take place where one tectonic plate slides down beneath in another in what is called a subduction zone. Shock waves are sent out in all directions when, deep under the ground, the locked plates suddenly "give". A subduction zone How an earthquake happens The outer layer of the Earth is made up of a number of giant slabs, called tectonic plates. These are always on the move.

10 Illustrated English Idioms That Will Make Your Life Easier For many people learning English for the first time it can be daunting and complex language to master. Lots of silent letters, complex spellings and odd expressions which often go over the heads of most non-English speakers. To make learning English a little easier, Irish illustrator Roisin Hahessy has created some wonderfully simple yet funny pictures to help make things a little clearer. Mi köze a kéretlen reklámlevélnek a vikingekhez? 1864 májusának egy estéjén jó néhány brit politikust zavart meg a sürgönykézbesítő. Talán háború van? Vagy valami egyéb tragédia?

Vår stad 2030 Vår stad 2030 är en del i Världsnaturfonden WWFs arbete för minskade ekologiska fotavtryck, hållbara städer, lärande och delaktighet. I fokus för projektet ligger kommunens klimat- och energiarbete. Arbetssättet utmanar och motiverar eleverna att vara delaktiga i samhällsutvecklingen. Design Thinking, Education & Learning This Tuesday, I want you to join me in the pub. It’s your homework. There will be a test. My old tutor from teacher training college, David Muir, giggles as he types up some gems being shared over a beer between two other men: John Johnston, a primary teacher from Glasgow, and Will Richardson, an international keynoter whose formal talk earlier in the day had left us asking what they did in New Jersey that was, actually, any different from what we did in Scotland. Bob Hill from Dundee and Andrew Brown, a local authority (or school district) geek-in-residence listen in, priming the anecdotes they’ll respond with shortly. Behind me, at a different table, are a few others, snuggled around a table listening to the gems coming from an old uni pal who’s just started teaching, Grant Fraser.

14 Expressions with Crazy Origins that You Would Never Have Guessed Guest post by Anais John You probably use tons of expressions, idioms, and slang phrases every day that don’t make literal sense. If you ever thought long and hard about why you say something a certain way, you could probably make a guess. However, some English expressions are so crazy and unusual that it is impossible to guess where on earth it originated from — unless you know the history. In case you didn’t know, historical events, legends, important figures, religion, and even advertisements form the basis of many expressions used today. Here are the origins of some of the most interesting idioms! Vocabulary placement test - intermediate students Have you tried our vocabulary placement test for elementary students, and it was too easy for you? Have you scored close to 2000? Then this is the vocabulary test you should take. Here we test the words which belong between 2,000 and 5,000 most frequent words in English.

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