Daily Archives: May 14, 2011

The Most Marvelous Pecha Kucha You Have Never Seen

I found this gem today. Did I say gem? Let me be specific. This PK is the four precious gemstones all rolled up into one. Yes, it’s really that good. It’s got it all. This PK is the Hope Diamond, … Continue reading

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News Flash: Estudiante chileno viajará a EE.UU. para participar en concurso mundial de deletreo

Fuente: Cooperativa http://bit.ly/mH2ug9 SpellEvent® pretende fomentar la enseñanza del idioma de manera entretenida. El ganador fue Oscar Rosas Stange, de la comuna de Maipú, Colegio Santa María de Maipú. Este sábado llegó a su fin el SpellEvent® Chile, concurso de … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Chile Has SpellEvent® Champions!

Santiago, Chile. Franklin Global SpellEvent® The Franklin Global SpellEvent® Championship, in collaboration with TESOL International, held a local event this morning with the TESOL affiliate, TESOL Chile. The event was conducted at Universidad Alberto Hurtado in downtown Santiago. Representing Franklin … Continue reading

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A Look At History From The Empire Perspective

The war often called the “Boer War” is the Second Boer War. The first Boer war 1880–1881, was a relatively brief and small-scale conflict. This video is about the second Boer war 1899-1902 which was the first major international conflict … Continue reading

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An Apolgy From The Queen

Source: BBC News Africa http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/513944.stm It was called “The Last of the Gentleman’s Wars”, but the Boer War, of 1899-1902 was in fact far from gentlemanly. It took the vast force of the British Army three years of fighting, three … Continue reading

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Six Hundred Soldiers and One Blunderous Order, “Charge”! – Alfred Lord Tennyson: The Charge of the Light Brigade

The Charge of the Light Brigade at Balaklava by William Simpson (1855), illustrating the Light Brigade’s charge into the “Valley of Death” from the Russian perspective. “The Charge Of The Light Brigade” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson Memorializing Events in the … Continue reading

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