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8K people have signed a petition to give Alaska to Russia

8K people have signed a petition to give Alaska to Russia | Interesting Reading to learn English -intermediate - advanced (B1, B2, C1,) | Scoop.it

And counting.  

 

Secession. It's all the rage. A petition appeared on whitehouse.gov this week, asking Obama to give Alaska to Russia.

So far, 8,534 people have signed it — which is 389 more people than when I took the screenshot below 24 minutes ago.

The petition doesn't make a ton of sense, but the gist seems to be that Russians deserve Alaska because they got there first a long time ago.

The petition, called "Alaska back to Russia" states:

 

Groups Siberian russians crossed the Isthmus (now the Bering Strait) 16-10 thousand years ago

 

Russian began to settle on the Arctic coast, Aleuts inhabited the Aleutian Archipelago.

 

First visited Alaska August 21, 1732, members of the team boat "St. Gabriel »under the surveyor Gvozdev and assistant navigator I. Fedorov during the expedition Shestakov and DI Pavlutski 1729-1735 years

 

Vote for secession of Alaska from the United States and joining Russia

 

The White House only responds to petitions with 100,000 or more signatures, so the Alaska secessionists have a ways to go.

The more than 100,000 people who signed a petition for Texas to secede over a year ago were basically told no.

According to dailysheeple.com, the White House responded to the Texas secessionists, saying the reason was because our founding fathers established the United States as a “perpetual union.”

http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/regions/americas/united-states/140323/8k-people-have-signed-petition-give-alaska-russi

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Watch this badass Catholic nun rock Alicia Keys on Italy's 'The Voice'

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"Pope Francis isn't the only one changing the face of Catholicism these days.By the grace of God go this nun.

 

This is so great. A Catholic nun in full habit sang Alicia Keys' "No One" on Italy's version of "The Voice" this week.

 

She didn't just sing it. She rocked it:

 

The video is so great, largely because the nun, 25-year-old Sicilian Cristina Scuccia, has kickin' pipes, but also because the audition is blind, and you get to see the judges' faces when they turn around to take in the fact that the woman singing is indeed Sister Scuccia.

 

You also get to see the Ursuline Sisters of the Holy Family bob up and down with excitement as their fellow sister wins accolades from the judges and audience alike.

 

Needless to say, Scuccia made it onto the show, according to the Washington Post. We'll see what happens next.

 

Scuccia says it would be nice to win, but she's really in it for the love of song. No wait, actually she's there to spread the word of God.

"I came here because I have a gift, and I want to share that gift. I am here to evangelize," she told the judges.

 

Pope Francis isn't the only one changing the face of Catholicism. 

"The Voice" originated in The Netherlands, and like so many of these talent-based reality TV shows it has spinoffs in more than a dozen countries.

 

Not only does the global mish-mash of these shows make for stellar entertainment, but it also provides a fascinating barometer of the cultural tide.

 

Let's not forget the 23-year-old from Cambridge, Mass., who made it to the finals on "Arabs Got Talent" singing classical Arabic music.

 

It's a big world. Things are getting mixed up. Sometimes in awesome ways. 

 

http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/culture-lifestyle/entertainment/140321/catholic-nun-alicia-keys-italy

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Effects of music in hospitals

Effects of music in hospitals | Interesting Reading to learn English -intermediate - advanced (B1, B2, C1,) | Scoop.it
Can music in hospital settings be beneficial? What kinds of beneficial effects can music have in this context? In general, music has been reported as beneficial in healthcare settings. Listening to music can have positive effects in particular areas of hospitals according to a report. Those areas

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Andrew McCluskey's curator insight, March 24, 2014 3:52 PM

Plenty of evidence, both scientific and anecdotal as to the benefits music can deliver to everybody at the hospital - patients and staff alike!  Another quick summary from Dr. Haake

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Hardy plants needed for tough city environment

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Researchers are looking at Australia's rocky outcrops as inspiration for deciding what to grow on city buildings.


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Snowden selfies: Edward Snowden roams TED2014 TED Blog Live

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"A TED attendee snaps a photo with Edward Snowden, appearing on the stage"creen of a telepresence robot. Photo: Bret Hartman

"After speaking at TED2014, Edward Snowden roamed the halls. Here, some great photos by: Kate Torgovnick May March 18, 2014 at 7:00 pm PDT

"Edward Snowden appeared on the TED stage earlier today via a telepresence robot, which he was able to control remotely. So after giving the talk, “Here’s how we take back the internet” — which is now live on TED.com now (after our production team edited it in record time) — Snowden didn’t sign off. He decided to have a little fun and roam the halls of TED2014. First, he had a conversation with Sergey Brin, a moment snapped by one of TED’s engineers.From there, he kept on going, interacting with any attendees who wanted to talk to him or pose for what’s become known around the Vancouver Convention Centre as a “Snowden selfie.” Here, some images."

Edward Snowden walks, err rolls, around the convention center like any other attendee. Photo: Bret Hartman


Snowden debriefs with his lawyer immediately after coming offstage. Photo: Bret Hartman


A Snowden photo opp. Photo: Bret Hartman

Meanwhile, on social media, people are posting similar pics with the hashtag #selfiewithsnowden:

You never know who you might bump into at TED http://t.co/T0tl9xDSXe—
Chris Anderson (@TEDchris) March 18, 2014

 

Best. Day. Ever. #SelfieWithSnowden #TED2014 http://t.co/5sb46AXW04— ; Alex Rudloff (@alexrudloff) March 18, 2014

 

#selfiewithsnowden http://t.co/ajyx1x9OY0—
David Nott (@nottdavid) March 18, 201

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@andrewhobgood is at the TED Conference and the surprise guest speaker was Edward Snowden! #selfiewithsnowden http://t.co/U5MY6fWfAe— The New Colony (ch 18, 2014

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MUSIC-IDIOMS

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Anatomy Arcade: basic human anatomy come ALIVE through awesome games, interactives & videos.

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Anatomy Arcade makes basic human anatomy come ALIVE through awesome games, interactives and videos.

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KB...Konnected's curator insight, March 13, 2014 4:21 PM

Some nice games for older students. Beware of advertising though.

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Use this activity to learn the basic human anatomy. There are different activities including Poke-a-muscle and muscle crosswords to help you learn the different muscle groups. Once you have done these activities I want you to answer the following questions:

1. What role does the muscular system play in Health and Physical Education?

2. What are the major muscle groups used in Rugby League?

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A writers best friend.

A writers best friend. | Interesting Reading to learn English -intermediate - advanced (B1, B2, C1,) | Scoop.it
A writers best friend.

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Begoña Iturgaitz's curator insight, December 3, 2013 3:34 AM

Truly helpful chart for secondary students

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50 common English phrasal verbs

Fifty phrasal verbs definitions with over 300 example sentences showing how these phrasal verbs are used in everyday conversation. Some phrasal verb definitions

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Informal English: How to Invite Someone Out

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Students often complain that the way people speak in the street isn't the same as the way they learn to do in class. So in this post I just tried to think what words and expressions I'd use to invi...

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Online Math Games, Logic Games, Science Games, Language Arts Games, and more!

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Online learning games featuring math games, science games, logic games, and language arts games. SchoolTimeGames.com - The Smart Place to Be!

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Pamela D Lloyd's curator insight, February 18, 2014 4:03 PM

Lots of fun online learning games. Great for parents and teachers working with young learners.

Miguel Garcia's curator insight, February 19, 2014 5:52 AM

algunos estan muy buenos

Agora Abierta's curator insight, February 19, 2014 6:53 AM

Para poner al día tus reflejos y conocimientos con juegos online

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Conjunctions learning how to use conjunctions English grammar

Conjunctions learning how to use conjunctions English grammar | Interesting Reading to learn English -intermediate - advanced (B1, B2, C1,) | Scoop.it
A list of conjunctions and also how to use them. There are examples of how to use in a sentence

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Learning Basic English vocabulary and grammar's curator insight, March 5, 2014 1:46 AM

A list of conjunctions and also how to use them. There are examples of how to use in a sentence

richard Forward's curator insight, September 28, 2014 4:33 AM

nice little file 

www.fasterformation.com

richard Forward's curator insight, October 11, 2014 3:54 AM

http://www.fasterformation.com  Interesting ! 

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English is so fun!: British vs American English

English is so fun!: British vs American English | Interesting Reading to learn English -intermediate - advanced (B1, B2, C1,) | Scoop.it

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Britain prosecutes first female genital mutilation case

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The latest Department of Health figures from 2007 suggest that 66,000 women in England and Wales are living with the consequences of FGM.

Agence France-PresseMarch 21, 2014

 

The latest Department of Health figures from 2007 suggest that 66,000 women in England and Wales are living with the consequences of FGM.


This picture taken in Bandung on Feb. 10, 2013 shows two Indonesian doctors preparing for a circumcision in Bandung. The Indonesian government has come under fire after the UN General Assembly in November passed its first resolution condemning female genital mutilation (FGM) which more than 140 million women worldwide have been subjected to.

 

A London doctor and another man have become the first people to be charged in Britain over female genital mutilation, state prosecutors announced on Friday.

 

Dr. Dhanuson Dharmasena, 31, is accused of re-performing an FGM procedure on a woman who gave birth at his hospital in November 2012 following damage caused by labor.

 

Another man, Hasan Mohamed, 40, is accused of intentionally encouraging an offense of FGM, and of aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring Dharmasena to commit the offense.

 

It was not immediately clear what Mohamed's relationship to the victim was, but he is not a healthcare professional.

 

"It was alleged that following a patient giving birth in November 2012, a doctor at the Whittington Hospital, in London, repaired FGM that had previously been performed on the patient, allegedly carrying out FGM himself," said Alison Saunders, director of public prosecutions.

"Having carefully considered all the available evidence, I have determined there is sufficient evidence and it would be in the public interest to prosecute Dr Dhanuson Dharmasena."

 

Both Dharmasena, from Essex, east of London, and Mohamed, from north London, will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on April 15.

Some 100 to 140 million girls and women globally are thought to have undergone FGM, which ranges from removal of the clitoris to more widespread mutilation, and can lead to infection and long-term severe pain.

 

FGM has been illegal in Britain since 1985 but no-one has ever been prosecuted.

 

There have been increasing calls on police and the government to act, and last month ministers introduced a new requirement on British hospitals to keep a record of patients who have been subjected to FGM.

The latest Department of Health figures from 2007 suggest that 66,000 women in England and Wales are living with the consequences of FGM, and a further 23,000 girls under the age of 15 are at risk every year.

 

FGM was first made illegal in Britain under a 1985 law, which was extended in 2003 to make it an offence for British nationals or permanent residents to carry out FGM abroad or seek FGM abroad, even where it is legal.

 

The maximum penalty is 14 years in jail.

 

http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/regions/europe/united-kingdom/140321/britain-prosecutes-first-female-genital-mutilatio

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Maori one of most borrowed languages | The New Zealand Herald

Maori one of most borrowed languages | The New Zealand Herald | Interesting Reading to learn English -intermediate - advanced (B1, B2, C1,) | Scoop.it

 

 English has taken most words from Latin and French but many Te Reo words now appear.

Te Reo Maori is among the top 20 of English's most borrowed-from languages in between Russian and Hindi, a book reveals.
Borrowed Words: A History of Loanwords in English examines how words borrowed from other languages have influenced English

 

Author Philip Durkin said 280 words from the Maori language are considered loanwords in the Oxford English Dictionary while Te Reo ranks at 14th in terms of languages English has borrowed from.

 

Latin and French are the leading lenders to English with at least 40,000 and 20,000 words respectively ahead of Greek, German, Italian, Spanish and Dutch.

 

Dr Durkin believed just one Maori word - kiwi - was the closest the language had to a Maori loanword used by many English speakers with little or no consciousness of its origins.

 

"The word had developed in meaning after it was borrowed into English, as an emblem of New Zealand, a nickname for any of various national representatives and then as a nickname for any New Zealander."

Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori interim chief executive Pita Paraone added the word haka as another used overseas.

 

"And I expect the use of kupu Maori to increase internationally as more New Zealanders, Maori and Pakeha, migrate to other countries."

 

Mr Paraone said non-Maori New Zealanders were now unconsciously using Maori words in their everyday vernacular. "Words such as mana, whanau, hikoi and hapu are examples of everyday use. We should also remember that the use of Maori words is not confined to New Zealand."

Dr Dianne Bardsley of the New Zealand Dictionary Centre said for every 1000 New Zealand English words, six were of Maori origin.

 

The Dictionary of New Zealand English includes 746 words of Maori origin with about 69 per cent names of flora and fauna, 18 per cent are connected with social culture and 13 per cent material culture.

 

Te Reo Maori had become more prominent since colonial times when very few institutions had Maori names and the country had moved on from times when a tui was called a parson bird and rimu red pine.

Maori and English blends and compounds such as "tiki tour" and "couch kumara" were increasing.

 

"To me, that is a sign of our unique bicultural lexis and reflective of the relationship that exists between Maori and non-Maori." Maori language borrowings were first recorded in the early 1800s but the number went down markedly later that century during the land wars.

 

The 1970s saw a renewed surge with Maori leaving their rural homes for cities and interacting more with Pakeha.

 

Dr Durkin said with the Maori population growing, support for the language, greater prominence of Maori in political discussions and positive attitudes towards the language and culture there could be more loanwords.

 

"It's likely that in the future we will see more words added that reflect more recent borrowing," he said.

- NZ Herald


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Art - ESL Resources

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ART



CONTENTS :

Activities to printList of artistsArtistsListeningCartoonsLiteratureCinemaMuralsColoursMyths and LegendsConversation questionsPowerPoint PresentationsDescribing picturesSongsFacts Street artGalleries and MuseumsTattoos and PiercingsInteractive activities VideosInteractive gamesVocabularyLesson plansWebquests

 


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Reading: The Witch Doctor of Language Acquisition

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Author: Robert A. Robles ‘What is the best thing I can do to master the language I’m learning?’ ‘What do you recommend if I need to increase my vocabulary base?

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"Here's how we take back the Internet" out surveillance & Internet freedom Appearing by telepresence robot"" Edward Snowden speaks at TED2014 + Transcript

"Here's how we take back the Internet" out surveillance & Internet freedom Appearing by telepresence robot"" Edward Snowden speaks at TED2014 + Transcript | Interesting Reading to learn English -intermediate - advanced (B1, B2, C1,) | Scoop.it

And also: http://blog.ted.com/2014/03/18/snowden-selfies-and-conversations-in-the-halls-edward-snowden-roams-ted2014/

" The right to data privacy, he suggests, is not a partisan issue, but requires a fundamental rethink of the role of the internet in our lives — and the laws that protect it. "Your rights matter,” he says, "because you never know when you're going to need them." Chris Anderson interviews, with special guest Tim Berners-Lee."

Edward SnowdenWhistleblower Guardian profile The NSA files   TED Speaker "In 2013 Edward Snowden leaked thousands of classified American National Security Agency documents, sparking a global conversation about citizens' rights to privacy on the Internet.""Why you should listen

"Edward Snowden was just about to turn 28 when his face was suddenly splashed across every major newspaper in the US. In the summer of 2013 The Guardian published a series of leaked documents about the American National Security Agency (NSA), starting with an article about a secret court order demanding American phone records from Verizon, followed by an article on the NSA's top-secret Prism program, said to be accessing user data from Google, Apple and Facebook.

 

It wasn't long before Snowden came forward as the source, revealing that he had carefully planned the leak, copying documents when he was working as a contractor for the NSA.

 

"I understand that I will be made to suffer for my actions," he said at the time, but "I will be satisfied if the federation of secret law, unequal pardon and irresistible executive powers that rule the world that I love are revealed even for an instant."

 

Snowden's actions have led to a global debate on the relationship between national security and online privacy. His leaks continue to have a lasting impact on the American public's view of the government, and has encouraged media scrutiny on the NSA.

 

Snowden had coordinated the leak with journalist Glenn Greenwald and filmmaker Laura Poitras from Hong Kong; after he revealed his identity, he fled and ended up in Moscow. Under charges of espionage by the American government, Snowden remains in Russia in temporary asylum"

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The World's Most Densely Populated Cities

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The growth of these cities will create a host of environmental and health problems.

 

By 2210, the global population is expected to grow from just more than 7 billion to 11.3 billion — with 87 percent of the population living in urban areas, according to a new working paper by researchers from NYU’s Marron Institute.

Most of these individuals will be in what’s now the developing world — creating a host of environmental and health problems.

If projections are correct, these new urban dwellers will require the world’s existing cities to expand six-fold to accommodate triple the residents, Richard Florida wrote in The Atlantic. Plus, the world will need 500 new “megacities” of 10 million or more, he wrote.


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Valerie Bauwens's curator insight, March 28, 2014 4:46 AM

Or will there be a natural come back to the country side?

Jessica Rieman's curator insight, April 2, 2014 5:42 PM

 Cairo, Egypt has a population density of 9,400 residents per square kilometer. THese numbers are crazy think about it compared to MA or RI and our major cities.

MsPerry's curator insight, August 12, 2014 8:03 PM

APHG-U2 & U6

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10 Business Idioms Using Cats and Dogs

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The business world is full of animal idioms like fat cats, loan sharks and other animals. Indeed, the business idiom fat cats has been widely used in the last few years to describe all those banker...

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Idioms from A to Z PdF free to download

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A to Z of idioms a large list to help you understand them. Free to download in PDF

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Selvi Raveendran's curator insight, January 5, 2014 10:06 AM

useful for all!

Clara Inés Piñeros's curator insight, January 12, 2014 5:32 PM

A good tool for learings English idioms

WarwickNews's curator insight, January 22, 2014 9:40 AM

Awesome! NO excuses now!

 

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Modal verbs definition with meaning and examples

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Definition of a modal verb and also there meanings with examples. English grammar lesson

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Definition of a modal verb and also there meanings with examples. English grammar lesson

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Verbs, Verbs, and more Verbs 

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Things I would love to see my students reading
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Adjectives learning what are adjectives

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What are adjectives? Adjectives are used to describing words and are used to tell us more about nouns

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What are adjectives? Adjectives are used to describing words and are used to tell us more about nouns

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10 Music Idioms for you to enjoy | English with a Twist

10 Music Idioms for you to enjoy | English with a Twist | Interesting Reading to learn English -intermediate - advanced (B1, B2, C1,) | Scoop.it

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Charlotte Lovie's curator insight, February 28, 2014 11:23 AM

Student always love to learn idioms! A good way to learn them is to group them by theme so this looks useful.

BiblioBeiriz's curator insight, March 1, 2014 1:48 PM

Expressões idiomáticas em inglês- Música (para os meus ouvidos...)


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Going to doctors conversation between 2 people

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Going to the doctors and telling him your symptoms conversation between 2 people.

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Going to the doctors and telling him your symptoms conversation between 2 people.