Play, Do, or Go? Verbs Used To Talk About Sports There are three verbs you can use to talk about sports in English: 1. Use PLAY for team sports or sports played with a ball: football baseball basketball rugby tennis hockey volleyball cricket soccer badminton golf I love to play badminton.I played basketball when I was in high school.In my spare time, I play soccer with my friends.Do you play any sports?When I was a kid, I loved playing baseball with my family. TED-Ed Innovative Educators Category: TED-Ed Innovative Educators Meet the fourth cohort of TED-Ed Innovative Educators! What could education look like if every innovative voice from the classroom to the superintendent boardroom was shared and amplified globally?
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Space science from home: resources for children and adults With many people across the world staying at home these days, we have curated a selection of activities for you to pass time and learn more about space science in the meantime. Armchair astronomy You could start with ESASky, a discovery portal that provides full access to the entire sky. This open-science application allows computer, tablet and mobile users to visualise cosmic objects near and far across the electromagnetic spectrum – from gamma rays to radio wavelengths – as observed by many space science missions, operated by ESA and other agencies, as well as ground-based telescopes. Library of Congress Teaching Blogs This post was written by Trey Smith, 2015-16 Science Teacher in Residence at the Library of Congress. In the early twentieth century, women painted luminous and lethal radium on clock faces for military use, companies marketed radium-laced products to consumers, and doctors celebrated radium as a medical wonder. Today, primary sources about radium can prompt students to ask questions that can drive inquiry in science and social studies classes. Launch a lesson about asking discipline-specific questions by using the Library’s Primary Source Analysis Tool to support students in observing, reflecting on, and asking questions about a Radior advertisement from 1918. The ad promoted beauty and health benefits of personal care products that contained radium. Examining it, my high school chemistry students wondered: