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Encyclopedia of Earth IB English A: Language & Literature: Written tasks Throughout this course, you will build a portfolio of written tasks. There are two types of written tasks, known as written task 1 (WT1) and written task 2 (WT2). These are very different in nature. Written task 1 is an 'imaginative piece' in which you demonstrate your understanding of the course work and a type of text. Written task 2 pertains to HL students only. Remember: An essay is not an acceptable type of text for the written task 1. WT1 basics Written task 1s are between 800-1000 words long. * At SL students must have written at least three written tasks 1s. * One of the two tasks submitted at HL is a written task 1 and the other is a written task 2, meaning that HL students submit either 'possibility 1' or 'possibility 2' from the table below. WT1: what it is and what it is not The written task 1 can be difficult to write, if you do not understand the nature of the task. WT2 basics (HL only) Written task 2s (also called 'critical responses') are between 800-1000 words.

Resources Featured Results: SuperSchemes: Barnaby Bear Investigates the UK This unit aims to help pupils to learn and understand more about the United Kingdom and develop a variety of geographical skills through fieldwork, mapping and recording the weather. Pupils will learn about the location of the UK in the world, the UK’s countries and capital cities, seasons, weather and key human and physical features of urban, rural and coastal locations. Results: A different view - Geography: Moving stories 'A young woman stands amidst the crowds on the concourse at Grand Central Station: a thousand different lives interconnect around her' Six of the stunning geographical photographs from A different view, the GA's manifesto for school geography, are now available as A1 posters. A different view - Geography: Running free 2012: Just a summer to remember?

Ten Great Animated Shorts about the Middle Ages We found these ten wonderful animated short films that offer their own unique look at the Middle Ages. Medieval Intro Created by Charging Image in 2011 Berserker Created by Mitchell Taylor in 2011 The Earth is Round! Created by Michael Fragstein with Dr. Medieval Created by Sylvie Pouet Pouet in 2015 Le favolose historie di Palazzo Ricchieri Created by Stefano Tambellini as part of the official presentation of restored medieval paintings on wood, at Museo Civico d’Arte di Pordenone in 2008. The Middle Ages in 3 1/2 minutes An animated timeline created by Margreet de Heer as part of her book Science: a Discovery in Comics. A Day In The Life of a 10-Year-Old In Norman Times From the BBC series Hands on History The Saga Of Biorn Biôrn, an old Viking, is determined to reach Valhalla, the warrior’s afterlife full of excessive drinking and debauchery. Beowulf the Animation The battle between Beowulf and Grendel, as made by Aldus Jendell Manalo in 2010 and finally… The Animated Bayeux Tapestry

Alpha History: Because the past matters The webserver at Alpha History has detected an adblocking tool, plug-in or browser extension on your computer or network. Alpha History provides free textbook-quality content for teachers and students worldwide. We rely on advertising revenue to host, maintain, improve and expand our website. It is a condition of use that visitors to Alpha History’s website do not use tools or software that prevents advertisements from loading (see terms of use, 1.4). To access the Alpha History website, please undertake one of the following steps: * Disable or deactivate your adblocking software, tool or plug-in. * Whitelist our top level domain (alphahistory.com) in your adblocking software. Thank you for your understanding. Alpha History staff

Course Outline | BioNinja This is a proposed outline of content delivery and may be subject to change Regarding the use of Biozone and Campbell's Biology These resources (included as proposed post-reading and activities) are not IB-specific and should be used only to broaden your understanding of related topicsIt is not expected that you will complete all the post-reading or activities - choose sections relevant to your individual areas of weaknessIt is more important that you are developing your own revision resources and completing the periodic ClassE tests Term 1 Term 2

geographygeek_home American Civil War Internal war in the U.S. over slavery The Confederate states were never diplomatically recognized as a joint entity by the government of the United States, nor by that of any foreign country.[e] The states that remained loyal to the U.S. were known as the Union.[f] The Union and the Confederacy quickly raised volunteer and conscription armies that fought mostly in the South over the course of four years. Overview Eight remaining slave states continued to reject calls for secession. Hostilities began on April 12, 1861, when Confederate forces fired upon Fort Sumter. Confederate flag, the "Stars and Bars". The American Civil War was among the earliest industrial wars. Causes of secession Slavery Status of the states, 1861 States that seceded before April 15, 1861 States that seceded after April 15, 1861 Union states that permitted slavery Union states that banned slavery Territories Slavery was illegal in much of the North, having been outlawed in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Women Maj.

Public Benefits – Senior Assistance – Government Assistance – AARP Foundation AARP Foundation is here for everyone age 50 and older who is struggling with problems of hunger, isolation, income or housing. We'll connect you to resources you may not even know are out there, and we're working side by side with trusted organizations in your community and nationwide to help you take control, move forward and feel like a good provider again. Here we've listed federal public benefits for housing, food, health care and income. Please note: This information is current as of March 8, 2012. The income guidelines, eligibility requirements and telephone numbers are subject to change. Help with Your Home Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Benefit: Pays heating and cooling bills, and some energy-related home repairs. Who can apply: People with limited income. How to apply: This varies by location. Telephone Assistance Benefit: Helps pay for the cost of basic local telephone services. Who can apply: Qualified low-income older adults. Help Buying Nutritious Food

The Best IB Biology Study Guide and Notes for SL/HL IB Biology is challenging, College-level biology, so sometimes you will need a little more study help than your class notes provide. In this article, I compile the best FREE online IB Biology Study Guides (including IB Biology Notes and IB Biology Revision) into one useable resource and provide you with some IB Biology practice questions. I will order this IB Biology Study Guide using the IB Biology Syllabus. How to use this IB Biology Study Guide If there is a single topic you are interested in learning more about, use the Command + F function on your computer to search the article for that term. If you are looking for general quiz material for the whole IB Biology Exam, you can skip to the end of the article to the Overall Reviews section for great overall study resources. First, I will delve into resources by IB Biology Topic. How should you use this guide throughout the year? What are good study practices you should keep in mind throughout the year? Focus! Basics Statistical Analysis A.

Fieldwork Fieldwork is an essential component of geography education. It enables pupils to better understand the ‘messiness’ of ‘geographical reality’, develop subject knowledge, and gain a range of skills that are difficult to develop in the classroom alone. However, the value is not simply the ‘geographical’ value of experiencing such things as landscape features, busy urban streets and unfamiliar cultures which helps ground the pupils’ local environment in the context of the global. It also aids motivation and self-development. This resource aims to help teachers to introduce and develop fieldwork with students in both primary and second schools. In each section we have listed useful resources along with introductory text to help you find the most useful materials for your needs. ‘The environment is at the heart of everything we do and we believe being outside in different habitats offers exciting challenges that students may not otherwise get the opportunity to experience.

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