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Basic Classroom Technology Every Teacher Needs

The 21st century has seen an explosion of technological advancement, and schools have not been left out. Tools such as Smartboards and LCD projectors give teachers new ways to engage their students in the learning process. Today's students, after all, are digital natives. They were born into a world surrounded by technology, understand how to use it, and typically learn best when they are able to interact with it directly.
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Italian Participle

The participle is a verbal adjective and very close to the noun. It owes its name to the fact that participates (in Latin partem capit, that takes part) to these categories. In Italian he has two stages, the present and the past. The uses of the present participle as a verb (steering wheel, dormant, remaining) are infrequent in the Romance languages, which forms typically have the function of adjectives and nouns.
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Poaching in Africa

There has been poaching in Africa since antiquity-people hunted in areas claimed by other states or reserved for royalty, or they killed protected animals. Some of the European big game hunters who came to Africa in the 1800s were guilty of poaching and some were actually tried and found guilty by the African kings on whose land they had hunted without permission.
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Elms College Admissions

Elms College Admissions Overview: Elms College, with a 75% acceptance rate, turns away one-quarter of applicants each year, making it open to the majority of applicants. Students with high grades and test scores have a better chance of being admitted. As part of the application process, applicants must submit a high school transcript, scores from the SAT or ACT, a writing sample, and an application form.
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