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FCE When I teach FCE again… From September to December I taught an intensive Cambridge First Certificate (FCE) course, ready for the exam on December 10th. I had all 11 students for 15 hours a week, and 6 of them had an extra 10 hours. Scriptwriting In The Classroom Introduction What do we want students to know about scripts, scriptwriting, and screenplays? To begin with, most media (advertising, newscasts, billboards, TV, Radio, movies) start as writing. Before an inch of video or film is shot, before an ad is designed, someone has written it down on paper (or on the web.)
Italy's Drowned Village The story of how a church in Italy was submerged underwater, so that now only the spire can now be seen above the water’s surface… Photo: Image: suedtirol.altoadige Legend has it the bell can still be heard in the dead of winter, sounding out its knell despite the fact that it has long since been removed. flash.media.Sound - ActionScript 3.0 Reference for the Adobe Flash Platform id3:ID3Info [read-only] Provides access to the metadata that is part of an MP3 file. MP3 sound files can contain ID3 tags, which provide metadata about the file. If an MP3 sound that you load using the Sound.load() method contains ID3 tags, you can query these properties. BLUE WHALE GENERAL DESCRIPTION The blue whale is the largest animal that ever lived on Earth. It is also the loudest animal on Earth. These enormous mammals eat tiny organisms, like plankton and krill, which they sieve through baleen. They live in pods (small groups).
Writing the Scientific Article Brilliance has an obligation not only to create but also to communicate.J.R. Platt The trouble with most of us is that we would rather be ruined by praise than saved by criticism.Norman Vincent Peale Review the Honor Code Guidelines for BIOS 311. A single lab paper in the style of a journal article submitted for publication is due TWO WEEKS after the last day of laboratory class. Drafts of each stage of the paper will be evaluated during the course and must be turned in with the final paper.Do not worry about "perfection" with your FIRST ROUGH DRAFTS; you need something to work with, and that is why it's called a "rough draft."
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A-level results: Top universities secretly list 'banned' subjects teachers Oxford is one of the elite universities accused of operating a subjects blacklist. Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images The country's top universities have been called on to come clean about an unofficial list or lists of "banned" A-level subjects that may have prevented tens of thousands of state school pupils getting on to degree courses. Teachers suspect the Russell Group of universities – which includes Oxford and Cambridge – of rejecting outright pupils who take A-level subjects that appear on the unpublished lists. The lists are said to contain subjects such as law, art and design, business studies, drama and theatre studies – non-traditional A-level subjects predominantly offered by comprehensives, rather than private schools. The London School of Economics is thought to be the only top university to publish its own list of "non-preferred" subjects.