Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – An Easy Household Guide ~ Book Review by Lillian Brummet
... Because my husband and I wrote Trash Talk, which is a similar guide written for North Americans, I was very interested to learn how individuals in the UK are dealing with reducing waste. With the 96-page book, the author attempts to provide a guide for people to follow; “in a world of confusing messages” where overwhelming environmental problems weigh down our hearts, Nicky hopes to encourage readers with positive information. Cute little illustrations by Axel Scheffler accompany most of ...
Preparing Yourself for Home Schooling by Low Jeremy
... Different subjects may require various educational tools to help your children learn and understand their lessons better. For history and geography lessons, it is important to have a globe or a world map available as well as history and geography books within reach. For science subjects, your students would require, magnifying glasses, prisms, a microscope or a telescope depending on your child's grade level.
Using Random Student Cards in Class by Frank Holes Jr.
... Other useful information could include text book or calculator numbers, birth dates, and even students' interests or hobbies. How often do I use the cards? Several times each hour! We use the cards in warm ups so everyone has a random chance of being picked. The cards are used for choosing random teams or groups. They are great for class discussions, since students cannot just be quiet and disappear; every discussion question can be answered by several students in succession, who must ...
10 Tips For Preparing For Your Next Exam by John Daye
... Learn to make outlines and outline important information from each lesson, each chapter. 9. Use note cards to make your own flashcards. Then don’t just memorize, but really try to learn the information. 10. Try to put information to music, rhyming or other word patterns; for example, remember Roy G. Biv: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet = colors of the rainbow. And how about: “My very educated mother just served us nine pancakes (or just “nuts” now) for remembering: ...
31 Ways to Promote Your Book in March During Small Press Month by Brent Sampson
... If people like the writing style of your review, they may investigate your book, especially if you write reviews for books within the same genre as yours. Mar 25 - Contact the public libraries in each state and mention your involvement with Small Press Month. Send them information about your book. Here's a link that will get you started: Mar 26 - Start preparing for April (National Poetry Month), especially if you have a volume of poetry you have published.
Top Ten Tips (Part 1) by Elaine Currie
... can create hilarious results by going along with the recommendations
of your word processing package. Another good thing about the rules of
grammar is that they don’t keep changing so, once you learn the rules,
they will stand you in good stead for the whole of your writing career. Along with punctuation, it is grammar which determines whether or not
your writing makes sense. If you don’t know the rules, you will not know
if your writing makes sense but other people will, believe me.
Questions And Answers About The GED Test by Leonard Williams
... The GED is not given online, only at official test centers. International testing is also available. You can find test site information at PassGED to help you locate your local official test center, at . The American Council on Education website also provides this information, along with other resources. The website for the ACE is . Or, if you can’t figure out where to take the GED in your community - or even if you have other questions - you can write me at leonardwilliams@passGED.com .
Explode Your World With Possibilities by Saleem Rana
... The result of exposing young Sidis to educational information when most parents breathe a sigh of relief that their child can walk and talk was that young Sidis could read the New York Times at 18 months, taught himself Latin at 2, Greek at 3, wrote four books at 4, and knew Ten languages (English, Latin, Greek, Russian, Hebrew, French, German, Turkish, Armenian and Vendergood, his own invention) by age eight. And this was just the beginning. By the age of 11, William Sidis mastered higher ...