You need to write a newspaper report of the Haitian earthquake. It should be written within a few days of the disaster. You need to include the causes, effects, an interview with an eye witness and a picture of the devastation. Your newspaper also needs a name, price, date and punchy headline.
Kim Waldman Zaretsky, 18, Lubbock, Texas. That is the best, best ever of ever places I have used in my life. I know, cause I have used many various companies for academic writing and most of them were not that helpful or not helpful at all. Even though they didnt agree to the 48 hours deadline, they explained why and also explained why it would take longer (of course if I were to get better results than just average). I think it was smart of mine to agree to their conditions, to listen to them at all. The final copy is quite nice, and I cannot wait to receive feedback from my teacher. I guess, I should get a B+, or maybe even A?
KS3 | Map skills | Teachit Geography
Space exploration is sending people or machines into space to visit other planets and objects in space. Since the first person walked on the Moon, hundreds of satellites have been launched into orbit around the earth, and hundreds of people have been into space on lots of different types of spacecraft. We have also sent machines to investigate objects that are further away in the Solar System. The International Space Station is the largest object that humans have ever put into orbit. It will be used by astronauts until at least the year
Good visual designs are based on underlying grid systems that help to provide consistent locations for type and graphic elements, resulting in an ordered, legible design. In this assignment, students will demonstrate an understanding of the use of an underlying grid in a design layout by creating different designs using the same grid. This is a warm-up assignment that student s can complete during the first week of class. Do this assignment individually, not in teams.
Pupils will learn that rivers and river systems, are dynamic; changing the landscape in visible and at times dramatic ways. This module, comprising six lessons, or half a term's work, focuses on Rivers. Pupils begin by examining a model river system, following the journey of a river through its upper, middle and lower course; from its source in the mountains, through the meanders of flatter land, to the estuary and its mouth. They will also understand the process of flooding and why and how rivers breach their banks.