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Super Teacher Tools - games, classroom management, and more

Super Teacher Tools - games, classroom management, and more | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Super Teacher Tools has many free classroom review games and classroom management tools, including Flash Jeopardy.

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Spots, Stripes and Spreading Hooves in the Horses of the Ice Age | Tetrapod Zoology, Scientific American Blog Network

Spots, Stripes and Spreading Hooves in the Horses of the Ice Age | Tetrapod Zoology, Scientific American Blog Network | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
During the upper Palaeolithic (that is, between 40,000 and 10,000 years ago), prehistoric people in Europe and Asia (and elsewhere) depicted the animals they saw in ...
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ARKive Education

ARKive Education | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Education resources on ARKive including science teaching resources, biology teaching resources and science games.
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Continuous Learning Framework | The framework for continuous learning in social services

Continuous Learning Framework | The framework for continuous learning in social services | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
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HEIST is a forward-thinking contemporary fine-art photography collective
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Free Technology for Teachers: Insert Graphs and Equations Into Google Docs and Forms

Free Technology for Teachers: Insert Graphs and Equations Into Google Docs and Forms | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
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Piano Player Left Speechless When Young Girl Sings THIS On Stage…

Piano Player Left Speechless When Young Girl Sings THIS On Stage… | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Get ready to be blown away when you hear the big note in this song. This girl has got some strong pipes… You may have heard of a young singer named Charice, who has already become a respected singer in her own right. Music legend and renowned songwriter/producer David Foster helped mentor Charice, and here... View Article
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48 Things British People Say And What They Actually Mean - angmohdan

48 Things British People Say And What They Actually Mean - angmohdan | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
This table sheds light on just how difficult it can be for a foreigner to understand what the British really mean when they're speaking.
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The 12 Biggest Life Secrets Forgotten by Mankind

The 12 Biggest Life Secrets Forgotten by Mankind | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Credit: Nikolai-Models The more I ponder about life, the more I come to one solid realisation: The biggest curse and predicament of modern Man is forgetfulness. Like a creeping malaise, forgetfulness has seeped through all of Man’s being and doing. Individually, collectively, historically or culturally, we are spellbound to forget. We haven’t only forgot our past…
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Your brain uses a clever pattern of wavelengths to store memories

Your brain uses a clever pattern of wavelengths to store memories | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Neuroscientists have found evidence that brain waves of different frequencies play a crucial role in storing memories by getting separate brain regions to work together. It’s part of a growing body of research that suggests that our brain waves -...
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Did Shakespeare write his plays? - Natalya St. Clair and Aaron Williams

Did Shakespeare write his plays? - Natalya St. Clair and Aaron Williams | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Some people question whether Shakespeare really wrote the works that bear his name – or whether he even existed at all. Could it be true that the greatest writer in the English language was as fictional as his plays? Natalya St. Clair and Aaron Williams show how a linguistic tool called stylometry might shed light on the answer.
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The seas of plastic - Captain Charles Moore

The seas of plastic - Captain Charles Moore | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Capt. Charles Moore of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation first discovered the Great Pacific Garbage Patch -- an endless floating waste of plastic trash. Now he's drawing attention to the growing, choking problem of plastic debris in our seas.
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The law of conservation of mass - Todd Ramsey

The law of conservation of mass - Todd Ramsey | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Everything in our universe has mass — from the smallest atom to the largest star. But the amount of mass has remained constant throughout existence even during the birth and death of stars, planets and you. How can the universe grow while maintaining its mass? Todd Ramsey answers that question by unravelling the law of conservation of mass.
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Powerful Photos of Stranded Polar Bears Surrounded by a Melting Sea of Ice

Powerful Photos of Stranded Polar Bears Surrounded by a Melting Sea of Ice | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
While on board a ship touring the Svalbard Archipelago in Norway, Italian academic researcher Marco Gaiotti caught these stunning images of lonely-looking polar bears surrounded by a sea of ice. He joined a photo expedition that's purpose was to observe polar bears in their raw and natural habitat. As he states about the photo above, that shows a dramatic sunset sky, "This is exactly the situation I was looking for when I decided to explore this remote part of our planet, I deeply wanted a polar
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Steven Pinker’s Mind Games

Steven Pinker’s Mind Games | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
The Harvard professor culled exam questions from his course “Psychological Science.” Test your knowledge.
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The Lifestyle Of This Animal-Loving Community Looks Like It's Straight Out Of An Ancient Legend

The Lifestyle Of This Animal-Loving Community Looks Like It's Straight Out Of An Ancient Legend | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
I've never seen anyone with this kind of connection to animals.
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These Photos Show Vanishing Worlds Behind Cambodia's Rapid Development

These Photos Show Vanishing Worlds Behind Cambodia's Rapid Development | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Until just a few years ago, Boeung Kak Lake in the capital city of Phnom Penh was a prime tourist location and home to thousands of Cambodians. Today, it lies under the sand.

In 2007, a company owned by well-connected Cambodians received a lease ...
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When in Rome, Don’t Speak English. Grazie.

When in Rome, Don’t Speak English. Grazie. | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Furious Italians are defending the sanctity of their native tongue after a navy ad campaign and an aggressive PM trigger worries of an English invasion.
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No one could see the color blue until modern times

No one could see the color blue until modern times | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Is the sky really blue? Or do you just think it is because you know it is?
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The Siberian crater saga is more widespread — and scarier — than anyone thought

The Siberian crater saga is more widespread — and scarier — than anyone thought | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
There could be dozens of more Siberian craters out there.
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5 Questions With The Science Penguin - Teachers Pay Teachers

5 Questions With The Science Penguin - Teachers Pay Teachers | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Meet Ariane Huddleston, the creative force behind The Science Penguin. Learn about this talented Teacher-Author, and find out more about her favorite resources.
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TED-Ed - Gifs worth sharing — Melancholy allows us to more deeply understand...

Melancholy allows us to more deeply understand other profound emotions, like beauty and joy. To understand the sadness of the trees losing their leaves in the fall, is to more fully understand the...
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The secret to rising sea levels

The secret to rising sea levels | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Of the many environmental impacts imposed by climate change, rising sea levels are often discussed. The cause of this may not be as obvious as it seems. While a portion of the increase comes from the likes of melting glaciers, another more surprising phenomenon helps to explain the increase in water volume: Thermal Expansion. Check out AsapSCIENCE's video explaining this natural phenomenon.
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The last banana: A thought experiment in probability - Leonardo Barichello

The last banana: A thought experiment in probability - Leonardo Barichello | IELTS, ESP and CALL | Scoop.it
Imagine a game played with two players and two dice: if the biggest number rolled is one, two, three, or four, player 1 wins. If the biggest number rolled is five or six, player 2 wins. Who has the best probability of winning the game? Leonardo Barichello explains how probability holds the answer to this seemingly counterintuitive puzzle.
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