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The Expert (Short Comedy Sketch)

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Top Funniest English Idioms This lesson can still be improved.EDIT IT NOW! & become VIP What are the Funniest English Idioms? How to Make Closer Friendships “Friendships don’t just happen,” says William Rawlins, a professor of interpersonal communication at Ohio University. “They don’t drop from the sky.” Like any relationship, friendships take effort and work. Best Practices for Batch Syncing Audio in Adobe Premiere Syncing production audio is one of the most tedious and time-consuming post-production tasks. I’ve already written about my preferred method—using DaVinci Resolve’s auto-sync feature—which allows you to sync an entire day’s worth of footage in one click. Yet syncing in Resolve isn’t always the best option for your overall workflow. If you’re planning to use Premiere’s built-in proxy workflow, which requires that proxy and full resolution media have a matching number of audio tracks, then creating synced proxies in Resolve flies out the window. Or, in some scenarios, you may be shooting in an edit-ready codec like ProRes or DNxHR and simply don’t need to create proxies.

FIVE KEYS TO INSPIRE LEADERSHIP, NO MATTER YOUR STYLE Forget the stereotypical leadership image of a buttoned-up person in a grey suit holding a hefty briefcase. Today stand-up leaders come in all shapes and sizes. What really matters are leaders who can create enthusiasm, empower their people, instil confidence, and inspire those around them. As different as leaders are today, there are some things great leaders across the board do everyday. 1. Face challenges Great leaders are brave enough to face up to challenging situations and deal with them honestly. Effective leaders meet their challenges openly and communicate with their staff to build trust and confidence in their employees. weareteachers It can be a challenge to get middle schoolers interested in reading. The thought of tackling a thick novel can be overwhelming, especially during distance learning. Short stories are always a great choice. In addition to requiring less of a time commitment, they are an easy way to expose your students to new authors and genres. Also, the best short stories are every bit as engaging and meaningful as the best novels.

Equal Justice Society Eva Paterson, President and Co-Founder Eva Jefferson Paterson has campaigned for civil rights with passion, courage and tenacity for more than three decades. Paterson is the President and a co-founder of the Equal Justice Society, a legal organization transforming the nation’s consciousness on race through law, social science, and the arts. Prior to taking the helm of the Equal Justice Society in 2003, Paterson worked at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights for twenty-six years, thirteen of them as Executive Director.

The Origin of the Nerd Introduction In the little more than a decade since I created my original web page here about the origin of the word nerd, it has grown considerably, in part due to various controversies about the word's origins as well as to new information and speculation about its history. My views on the term's origin have not changed much, as you can see by the fact that Dr. Seuss's Nerd has joined me in the page's icon (assuming that you're not viewing the page in the "Full Width" style), but it does seem like time to reorganize the material. The factor that made me decide that nerd might be a label worth reclaiming was its early association with Dr.

Filming Families: The Modern Family Video with Courtney Holmes Portrait photographers capture moments in time for families, parents, and children. But in order to tell the whole story, you need to switch your camera to video mode, and become the storyteller behind the camera. Join Courtney Holmes, family photographer, filmmaker, and founder of FilmingLife Academy as she empowers you to add video to your photography business. In this class, Courtney takes you on location to a home in Seattle to see how she organizes a family shoot from start to finish.

10 Teaching Literature Ideas 10 Ways to... With The New York Times Classics, contemporary fiction, young adult and graphic novels, sequels and adaptations: here are 10 ideas that will help any literature teacher use the vast resources of to connect literature to life. Write to us with ideas: For what works of literature would you like to have a collection of Times resources? 1. There are certain classics that have appeared on a majority of high school English lists every year since the 1960's, and many, if not most, are likely somewhere in your school's curricula as well.

The Cook and the Chef: Musk's Secret Sauce This is the last part of a four-part series on Elon Musk’s companies. For an explanation of why this series is happening and how Musk is involved, start with Part 1. ← also click these Three quick notes: 1) PDF and ebook options: We made a fancy PDF of this post for printing and offline viewing (see a preview here), and an ebook containing the whole four-part Elon Musk series: 2) Here’s a G-rated version of the post, appropriate for all ages (with its own URL, so safe to share too). 3) Extra big thanks to our Patreon supporters for making WBW sustainable and for being immensely patient during the long wait.

On “Geek” Versus “Nerd” To many people, “geek” and “nerd” are synonyms, but in fact they are a little different. Consider the phrase “sports geek” — an occasional substitute for “jock” and perhaps the arch-rival of a “nerd” in high-school folklore. If “geek” and “nerd” are synonyms, then “sports geek” might be an oxymoron. (Furthermore, “sports nerd” either doesn’t compute or means something else.) In my mind, “geek” and “nerd” are related, but capture different dimensions of an intense dedication to a subject:

"un peu" caricatural, mais plutôt marrant, et je comprends assez bien la frustration du mec :D by kehrlann Mar 31