Astronomy – Our Solar System

By pwsadmin / April 9, 2021 /

Astronomy Study Guide : Beyond the Solar System. Our Solar System is not the only network of celestial bodies that exists in the universe. In fact, our sun is only one of hundreds and billions of stars in the Milky Way galaxy that hosts a group of planets in its orbit. Guía de estudio de…

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The Indus Valley Civilization

By pwsadmin / April 2, 2021 /

   Indus Valley Civilization, for many people, the term “early civilizations” is thought to be constructing the pyramids and burying mummies in golden tombs. But, there is more to early civilizations than pyramids and golden tombs. About 5000 years ago, in the Indus River floodplain, a critical culture was developed, known as the Indus Valley Civilization.…

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How to help ADHD students focus

By pwsadmin / January 18, 2021 /

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Any teacher or parent understands that the roaming eye– and mind– of a student with ADHD is a major obstacle to understanding. Make use of these strategies to help the students that have a problem paying attention to assignments as well as lessons that do not stimulate their interests. You have actually probably discovered that…

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Teaching Strategies for ESL Students

By pwsadmin / August 12, 2020 /

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Not just is the number of English as a second language (ESL) rapidly growing in the United States, however these students additionally face a double difficulty of learning the language as well as their scholastic content. Numerous teachers have commonly instructed language learning with a separate procedure compared to mentor academic material. This process makes…

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Ancient Egypt History

By pwsadmin / November 14, 2019 /

 Ancient Egypt: Nile River The Ancient Egypt Civilization developed in Africa along the Nile River which provided water needed for people, animals, and agriculture.  The Nile River is the world’s longest river starts in the heart of Africa flowing north.  It passes through nine countries including Egypt and drains into the Mediterranean Sea.  They built canals…

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Ways to Help ESL Students Succeed in Middle School

By pwsadmin / August 7, 2019 /

If you have ESL students in the classroom, there are a number of things that may interfere with their ability to learn. However, by utilizing certain strategies the ESL students in your classroom can benefit from the lessons as well as the non-ESL students. It is important to speak clearly and in standard English and…

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Promise for English Language Learners

By pwsadmin / May 13, 2019 /

English language learners within the United States continues to rise sharply.  Just by sheer number alone, people who use English as a second language represent a large and powerful group. Greater diversity in our schools provides a tremendous opportunity to help students become global citizens and prepare them for success in the 21st century. But with…

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10 Tips for Boosting the English Language

By pwsadmin / May 5, 2019 /

As easy as acquiring multiple languages is for small children, the single most important factor in language learning is the quantity of spoken language addressed to the child. So, if you worry that you aren’t providing enough, here are a few tricks to boost your child’s English language. Other kids: Join (or start) Have a…

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Agriculture of the Sumerians

By pwsadmin / February 5, 2019 /

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Agriculture of the Sumerians began agriculture around 10,000 years ago. They inhabited in the Fertile Crescent which is now part of the Near East. The Fertile Crescent is a land of good soil and good climate where there are many wild plants and animals. The Sumerians soon learned how to domesticate them. They shifted from hunting-gathering…

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