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  • CSC 125 - FAQ
    in the browser not rendering all following styles Check that you are using colons and semicolons correctly Check the selectors element id class element class If using an id or class check the spelling of the id and or class

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  • Humanities
    work separately to create a skit illustrating the relevance and the irrelevance of the Sermon on the Mount to contemporary life The only restrictions are these The five minute skits must involve a car rush hour in Los Angeles a broken window a stolen cassette player unpaid bills and the Sermon on the Mount over the radio The remaining students will discuss the skits after viewing Return to Teaching Ideas

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  • Humanities
    Bourgh Students learn Austen s style of parody by reading the advice contributed by other writers and by submitting their own advice in Lady Catherine style They can contribute to existing threads begin new ones and have other contributors respond

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  • Humanities
    documentary about the philosophy to which you have been assigned Within your documentary you should include The genesis and history of the philosophy A biography of the major philosopher An explanation of the philosophy translated into listener friendly terms The influence of the philosophy i e Nietzsche and Hitler The fate of the philosophy is it still viable Who used the ideas Did the ideas evolve What is the current

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  • Humanities
    Liberty T Foreman To set up a juicy discussion I assign this reading probe Many issues in American civic life are examples of the subject Mill is concerned with in On Liberty How and how much can society and remember by society Mill does not mean only or even primarily government justifiably intrude on the individual s liberty Identify two current issues that are examples of this general concern and

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  • Humanities
    your teaching idea here Name Email To which Humanities course does this teaching idea apply Hum 211 Hum 212 Both Describe your teaching idea in a concise paragraph Return to Teaching Ideas main page Return to Humanities main page Last

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  • Intermediate French I : FRE 201
    Bring LM quiz Le 8 sept Ch Prélim Comp 4 Communicating in class Audio CD pronunciation practice Study voc 24 Le 10 sept Ch Prélim Comp 4 pronunciation all ex Write C E 21 Le 12 sept EXAM Ch prelim Comp 1 4 Dr Saint Paul s exam includes only comp 3 Le 15 sept Ch Prelim comp 4 Le 17 sept Ch 1 La France et ses régions read 28 29 View one documentary video in Lab room 403 and write a 1 paragraph commentary on One region of France Comp 1 People at the university Audio CD practice repeating study dialogue Ch 1 Ch 1 comp 1 pronunciation Audio CD all exercises Le 19 sept Ch 1 Ch 1 comp 1 all exercises Write A B 34 35 C omp 2 Personalities Audio CD All ex Le 22 sept Ch 1 C omp 2 Personalities write ex A C 37 Le 24 sept Ch 1 Comp 2 Description 38 pronunciation 40 41 Write D 39 Le 26 sept Ch 1 Comp 3 Campus audio CD 42 43 Oral B 43 Write D 41 Study dialogue and questions p 40 and voc 58 quiz Le 29 sept Ch 1 Comp 3 Campus write B 43 and A B C 47 and Saying what there is Audio CD study rules vocab p44 p46 Orally practice all exercises Le 1 oct Ch 1 Study p 44 write B C 45 Comp 4 The University 48 Audio CD pronunciation practice Oral A 49 B 51 Talking about university your studies All exercises 52 53 Study voc 58 comp 1 4 Le 3 oct Ch 1 Comp 4 The University Write B C E Revision Write ex B 55 hand in Studies read text 56 57 answer questions Bring Lab Manual completed Le 6 oct EXAM Ch 1 comp 1 4 Le 8 oct Le 10 oct Ch 2 Nice 62 63 comp 1 Leisure activities Les passe temps Audio CD 64 65 Study dialogue Write A 65 Fall Break pas de cours Le 13 oct Ch 2 comp 1 The infinitive 66 Audio CD practice Ex A B Le 15 oct Ch 2 comp 1 Audio CD Listening and asking questions 68 Ex A 68 quiz Le 17 oct Ch 2 comp 2 Le week end audio CD 71 practice Le 20 oct Ch 2 comp 2 Study p 72 pronunciation ex A 73 E 74 Le 22 oct Ch 2 comp 2 Study p 76 pronunciation ex B C Le 24 oct Ch 2 comp 3 La journée audio CD practice ex A D 1 Le 27 oct Ch 2 comp 3 Study 80 82 pronunciation ex A 80 81 Bring LM quiz Le 29 oct Ch 2 comp 4 Au café audio CD study dialogue by heart Ex B C Study les chiffres pronunciation 86 Ex A E 1 2 speaking practice Le 31 oct last day to drop a full semester course Ch 2 comp 4 ex C E

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  • Corbettintro1
    well connected by motorways and high speed trains TGV railway lines Similarly to the south the Mediterranean coast together with the Garonne valley and Aquitaine basin link such cities as Nice Marseille Montpellier Toulouse and Bordeaux It is now in these towns and metropolises and the Paris region that the bulk of the population and industry and tertiary activities are concentrated rather than in the former industrial basins founded on coal steel and textiles such as Lorraine and Nord Pas de Calais Three great conurbations each have around a million inhabitants Lille Roubaix Tourcoing within reach of Belgium and Britain Lyon the most important communications crossroads and economic centre after Paris close to Switzerland and Italy and Aix Marseille the gate to the Mediterranean To the west of the country on the Armorican massif and its fringes and above all in central France in the Massif Central and the area immediately surrounding it there is greater isolation and there are fewer large towns Rennes Brest Poitiers Nantes Limoges and Clermont Ferrand Here the rural influence is strongest and the area is dotted with small and medium sized towns 3 Diversity unity and centralism All in all therefore France is a country of an astonishing diversity and the French make the most of it Others take pleasure in making fun of them but they are envied for the variety of their cheeses wines and culinary customs They also remain very attached to their communes smallest administrative subdivision in France which with the departments and regions form the three tiers of the Republic s local government system France s 36 000 communes are unique in Europe and the world because of their number and often very small size Although of a more reasonable one the 22 regions and 100 departments of metropolitan France are nevertheless generally smaller than their foreign equivalents France at the crossroads of history and geography enjoys almost unparalleled variety in so many other spheres too her climates ranging from Mediterranean to oceanic and from maritime to continental her topography ranging from the great plains of the centre of the Paris basin to the Alpine and Pyrenean peaks and from the high rolling hills of the Massif Central and the Vosges to the great valleys of the Rhône and the Loire the territories brought under French jurisdiction starting with the Île de France the heart of the country since the first Capetian kings and including Savoie the earldom of Nice and Alsace and Lorraine fought over until the nineteenth and twentieth centuries native tongues dialects and customs towns most of them with very ancient histories and regions This geographical mosaic symbolizes what France long was rural agricultural rooted in centuries old traditions with rich or poor farmers still concentrating primarily on cereal production particularly high yields in the Paris basin an enduring tradition of stock farming in the West and Massif Central and a Mediterranean type agriculture based on wine growing fruit and vegetables Hence the diversity and beauty

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