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According to recent studies in neuroscience, the way we learn doesn’t always match up with the way we are taught.
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Objectives: What is the conflict about? What happened in 1982? What has happened in 2010? Student activity: For background history
Objectives: To examine the political system of the Untied States and gain a better understanding of America. Teaching methods: Look
William Butler Yeats was born at 10.40pm on Tuesday 13 June 1865 at 1 George’s Ville, Sandymount Avenue, Dublin. He
Has the way we teach today changed? Does it need to? Questions that are asked these days are: Who are
Image by comicbase via Flickr The American system of voting for the party’s candidate can be difficult to understand. What
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