by Mrs. Floading's AP Channel
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Tags: head researcher, evolutionary biologist, brain size
Casion(?) my phone signal kinda stopped in my house so I here any holes briefing on Monday. Anywho hello this is Jess Kelton Miller. Wind Stream by Steven Jacob is written from the stand point of an evolutionary biologist. Examine studies by males who promises studies. This is regarding the competitive side of man and woman frame and we're going to have this and then records observations made by the author and follow up experiment. I found it interesting how from a modern sample hand going to experience gold can sold easily take apart the reason of nineteenth century researcher Paul Brocca(?). He portraited(?) the head researcher and she's matter of brain size. Go over clearly states his objective is to separate subjective from objective and brought statements when he writes paraphrase brokers and para grade numbers or sounds. That Science is in inferential(?) exercise not a catalog of fact numbers but by themselves that's by nothing. All depends on what
by Chris Fry's EFL channel
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Tags: pre-intermediate, second conditional
You’d feel much better if you did some exercise. I’d enjoy the weekend more if I didn't have to work on Saturday. If it’s sunny tomorrow, we could go to the beach. Would you wear it if I bought it for you? If we learned Portuguese, we could go and work in Brazil. I wouldn't work if I didn't need the money. If I went to live in London, would you come to visit me?
by Taking Heaven by Storm
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Tags: Parenting, Patience
Hi this is Mark Peterson with taking Heaven By Storm. Today I wanna start some pod cast on the issue of parenting and patience and talk about some of the characteristics of patience. What the benefits are. Some of the hurdles for being patient as a parent can be and how can we exercise parent patience as parents. What benefits should we expect from it. These thoughts come from a lesson that I thought recently at my church and so I just wanna talk these things out with you all for a while and we'll probably break this up into a few different pod cast so let's start with a couple of quotes. The first quote that I wanted to bring to you is a quote by an individual named Edmond Burke and Edmond says these about patience. He says our patience will achieve more than our
by Sultan's channel
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Tags: digital champion, campaign, web
DU DC-ITQ Topic 14 - Task 3 Assume for the purposes of this exercise that your audience is the Cabinet, in Number 10 one sunny morning and with a discussion item which is about whether Digital Champions have a role to play in our ‘Big Society’.
by Amy Taylor's channel
Tags: progressive muscle relaxation, relaxation exercise, different types of stress
Next week we will be covering the topic stress management. Often times stress attacks us more than we realize and in fact stress can be serious. During class you will learn the definition of stress the different types of stress advantages and this disadvantages of stress the sources of stress or where you're stressed maybe coming from in your life, symptoms of stressful both physical and emotional and coping mechanisms on how to handle stress in the constructed manner. I will also discuss several psychological disorders that can emerge with chronic stress is present in one's life Including anxiety. During class you'll have the opportunity to examine your own current stressors symptoms and cooking skills and see how much stress is affecting you currently. We will finish class by practicing relaxation exercise called progressive muscle relaxation. This will be a time for you to apply the skills you learned in class on how to decrease the stress you maybe ___.
by Susan's channel
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Tags: thirtieth birthday, favorite quotes, sixty years
Growing Older I had a conversation with a colleague this week who was celebrating her thirtieth birthday. She said she wasn’t complaining, but thirty is just such a big number! That had me doing some serious thinking. My big number of the year doubles hers! I will be sixty years old in a few months! Does that bother me? Not even a little bit. My dad had such a healthy view of aging that he passed on to me. He always embraced every birthday as “the biggest one yet”! One of his favorite quotes was, “Birthdays aren’t so bad when you consider the alternative!” He passed away four years ago at age eighty-five, having celebrated nearly sixty-six years of marriage to my mother, and giving his family a wonderful example to follow. I’ve considered the place where I find myself at (almost) age sixty: I’m at a place of learning and growing…in my family, in my career, in my personal life. I’ve been married for 38 ½ years to my best friend, growing more comfortable in the quiet or in the silly moments together. Brave enough to take a few trips out of the country together in the last couple of years. I’m mother to three adult children who now believe that I’m a little smarter than they once thought I was. Now I’m able to be a friend as well as parent, sharing their successes and lending a shoulder (or some money!) when tough times come. I’m grandmother to three of the most wonderful little ones, enjoying rocking them as babes, snuggling with them. But I also love playing ball or tag or swimming with them, reading to them/ with them, trying to play a new video game or two…. Just watching them grow. I’ve switched roles with my mother, providing her care, answering her repeated questions, giving her the unconditional love that she’s always had for her family. I find myself learning daily in my job: from classes, TIS colleagues, teachers, students, readings, and hands-on experience. I feel like there is so much for me to learn and so little time to learn it. A new job and a new challenge was exactly what I needed for this year. I don’t think I’m ready for retirement yet! I try to save a little time for me. I love to read and certainly take advantage of the ebooks from our local library. I listen to audio books on my phone or Kindle, making the most of travel time and chore time. I have a “refresh your French” audio book on hold, but I’m not sure if my brain is really up for that! I try to make time to exercise regularly. I started jogging a few years ago and have completed a few 5Ks. I don’t have a genuine bucket list, but just try to do what my mama says daily and “Take one day at a time”, enjoying every moment of each! I truly believe that life’s not over, till it’s over… and who knows? I may even try a zip line this summer!
by Mary Margaret's phlog
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Tags: visual learners, tutor children, special time
I believe that all children have the capacity to learn and unique ability that add to the learning experience when I tutor children after school I try to find the special time that they possess and use those talents for the learning process. If they are visual learners I try connect the material to that mind set allow them to draw a picture of what they read as they are trying to write a summary for confirmation exercises if they're aesthetic(?) allow them to walk around the ___ as they be. Auditoty(?) learners listen to me read or to a CD some students simply need special attention in the classroom so I single them out with prize or ask them to write on the board for the class. Other students are shy but still need the extra help for which they will not ask. I create learning center are more of a small smaller groups individually. This reaches every student and no one feels left out or singled out. Every student is different and learns at a different pace struggling learners benefit from learning centers because their peers teach them and I can work with them when I want