by jacob's channel
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Tags: literature circle, living on a boat, crestwood kentucky
Hello welcome to South Odom High School's podcast literature circle discussion of Inca Blood coming to you live from Crestwood Kentucky. Today's month, date is March 29th 2012 and this is podcast no. 2. My name is Kelsey and I am the discussion director. Our group is discussing pages 118 to 228. My name is Jacob and I'm the summarizer this week and what happened in this section was ___ on Mexico ___ the money they got from writing bad checks. They're living on a boat with a tourist they met named Donna(?). Most of this section is about how, it is about Terry's background and where he came from and how he grew up. Back in Holcomb Mr Holmes thinks he sees Mrs Cladder(?) in the.
by Ron's phlog
Tags: Oaxaca Mexico Market Mercado Easter Pascua Viernesdedolores
Oaxaca City - Speaking with Senora Rosa about Easter traditions and chia pets at the Sanchez Pascuas Market. Related http://oaxaca.wikispaces.com/chia http://oaxaca.wikispaces.com/easter
by Ron's phlog
Tags: distinctive personality, santo thomas, reading glasses
Hey Will, Ron Motar(?) here walking in the street in the ___ Mexico going between the Pukimoko(?) Market and the Yano Market it is a Friday. Yano Market has all sorts of produce things including reading glasses DVD's stuff watch out they has more of the the food and craft locally sourced and has a quieter feel in the atrium of the Santo Thomas Sochimoko(?) Church. ___ Mart is our beautiful market in Mexico in my book so quiet different ___ as well. Place one has it's own distinctive personality now on this audio tours videos
by Wholesaler Masterminds Radio
Tags: Scott McKain, Collapse of Distinction, Rob Shore
Scott McKain presents cutting-edge ideas with razor-sharp clarity for audiences around the world. Scott McKain’s latest book, “Collapse of Distinction: Stand Out and Move Up While Your Competition Fails” was named one of the “Ten Best Business Books” of the year by the Miami Herald, Sacramento Bee, and numerous other major publications. He is also the Co-founder and Principal of The Value Added Institute, a think-tank that examines the role of the customer experience in creating significant advances in the level of client loyalty. He has been honored with induction into the "Professional Speakers Hall of Fame" -- and is a member of the "Speakers Roundtable," an elite group of twenty business speakers considered by many to be among the best in the world. Scott McKain has made several appearances on FOX News Network as an Analyst and Commentator. His platform presentations have run the gamut from the White House lawn with the President in the audience carried live on CNN and NBC's "Today" show...to a remote outpost near the Amazon...all 50 states, seven Canadian provinces...and from Singapore to Sweden...Mexico to Morocco.
by The Ruminative Runner
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Tags: clear water beach, land mask, 3 dolphins
Alright ok. Ok. Just Norm. It is just Norm. I am at the inter coastal water way is separating land mask from the golf of Mexico in particular Clear Water Beach from that evening. Yeah yeah yeah. You guys wanna leave. I think I see 3 dolphins. Those dolphins when you're when when that the the scene comes up out of the water for brief moment and goes back down and couples back up and down.
by Talarico's History Channel
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Tags: war simulation, random grouping, abraham lincoln
This weekend class we're doing a simulation on the Texas and Mexican war. Simulation takes place in the 1840's and this simulation is taken from the teach interact dot com workbook. In class what's happening is the students are dividing into 3 fractions. The first fraction is a pro work fraction which is headed by James Gay Polt(?). The second fraction is anti war fraction headed by Abraham Lincoln and the third fraction is an undecided fraction headed by Henry Clay and this has taken place like I said in the 1840's as representing congress decision as to whether we get a war with Mexico or not. On first day what happens is the student divide out into this 3 fractions. This can be done in a variety of ways. You can group kids by ability you can group them just kinda randomly. I decide to go with a random grouping kinda mix it up there's a lot of times. I group them by ability on the one.
by Ron's phlog
Tags: responsible tourism, tweets, tweet
Hey World(?), Ron Moter(?) here in Wahaca(?) Mexico. We're reading a tweet for the final day of responsible tourism week and wanna thank everyone who has tweeted who has blogged who has done all sorts of things online and on the ground in favour of responsible tourism week. Today reading for the final time the tweets from Storify(?) dot com my account that focuses on RT week 2012. I'll continue to update this particular page and I encourage you to continue tweeting with the RT week 2012 hash tag but more than that you know hash tag aside just simply practice responsible tourism you know that's reward enough. That said, we proceed to reading the tweets I couldn't be more excited it is
by Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab
Tags: spelling test, mexico canada, type of sentences
Hi, this is Randall. Recently I gave a group of students list of countries that I wanted them to study in preparation for our discussion on introductions. The words included "Mexico," "Canada," "China," and so forth. However, I wasn't very surprised that when I gave my spelling test, they pretty much missed all of the words, but we often assume is that students understand what the words "study" means and "study" does not just mean to understand the meaning of the words. So what I have to do is I have to teach the students that when you study words, for example, countries, you want to know what the word means, you want to know how it's pronounced, you want to know also how to use that word in different type of sentences and questions. That leads to better learning.