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Grace Kat

Global Words - 7 views

    "The twelve units of work in Global Words have been produced by World Vision Australia and the Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA) to integrate the teaching and learning of English and global citizenship education."
Tania Sheko

The Global Mail - 2 views

    Global and Australian local issues - public interest journalism without ads or subscriptions. No celebrity stories, no spin, funded philanthropically.
Nestor Ndzi Talla

Snow storms batter U.S., killing 26 | Mail Online - 0 views

    A gigantic storm buried much of America's Midwest in snow and led to at least 16 deaths yesterday. The weather system created blizzard conditions, burying cars under huge drifts. Officials reported more than a foot of snow Des Moines, Iowa, and nearly 19 inches just south of Madison, Wisconsin. Gusts of up to 50 mph created snow drifts up to 15 feet tall and even knocked down a two-story Christmas tree in downtown Champaign, Illinois. Read more:
Nestor Ndzi Talla

Earth could plunge into sudden ice age « Nestlines - 2 views

    20th century Fox The film "The Day After Tomorrow" was all good fiction when it came out in 2004, but now scientists are finding eerie truths to the possibilities of sudden temperature, So much for the "global warming" controversy. Are we getting warmer or colder? Looking ahead to the future, there is no reason why such a freeze shouldn't happen again
Carole Bird

Global Education - 0 views

    Teacher resources supporting the integration of a global perspective across the curriculum

Collaborations Around the Planet - 0 views

    A collaborative videoconference project gives you and your students an opportunity to learn with another school or classroom.
Alison Hall

Project: Sanitation and Disease: for secondary students (LS and U/Sec) - 0 views

    facilitate an exploration of the connections between sanitation and disease.
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