My Collaborative Learning Environment
first level of creation:
It is a thousand times better to have common sense without education than to have education without common sense.
3.) The womens roles in colonial economy were to provide and get all the supplys that were being used at the time of the world. They also were the backbone of the economy they ran the buisness's, they provided education, and they were also worked as nurses.
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i dont think paper technology will ever die because we need paper for so much stuff and if it was to die we would have to find something very simliar to it to replace it we need it for
mother outraged cause bring her baby chld to the movies it cost 7 money soultan: let baby come in for free or dont bring them
A gentleman need not know Latin, but he should at least have forgotten it.
1. They were talking about how new web technologies are making TV, Radio, and house phones decrease in consumer rate. in way this is good because it's good for familys with low income. it's a ceaper method.
When looking at an old pick-up truck it may seem like a piece of scrap that just rolled out the farm yard, but everyday its ol'relyable that gets you to where you need so you can start the day over again.
#1 / i dont think the sinking of the lusitania was the reason the amercainsn fought in the war, but it might be because of the turned public opinion in many countries against germany and maybe because of all the cargo that was lost in the sea.
The Drama 10 curriculum is designed:
· to promote personal growth through Drama
· to use drama to explore, formulate, and express ideas, perceptions, and feelings
In 1867 the kids played with there presents and waited for there parents to cook Christmas dinner.
Potato – The potato is one of the most important food crops, cooked and eaten as a vegetable in Mi’kmaq cuisine. The potato was the most common food, which provide daily portion of energy.
He who opens a school door, closes a prison.
Harold Leblanc was born on March 4th 1922. He was the son of Odillon and Rose Clara. He had three children with his wife Anette Leblanc. His children are Leo, Niel and Kevin, and he also had a sister Margaret. He was a farmer, a fisherman and he was also a carpenter.
This assignment is intended to examine the following course objectives:
things we print
- digtal money
- tests and exams