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Marie

The Western European Renaissance Verse Epic with Focus on John Milton’s Paradise Lost

What is the Renaissance? The Renaissance peaked in Italy during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Renaissance thought was based on an all-embracing confident world-view...
Sarah

From Ordinary to Extraordinary!

That s what we all want for our children and their learning. And that can be a lot easier than it seems, at least when it comes to their writing! This time of year can seem p...
Andres

The key challenges faced by the automotive industry in the drive to reduce carbon emissions.

It is believed by the majority of the scientific community that the growing concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) is responsible for climate change. Globally, the use of internal co...
Hillary

Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB)

Financial Accounting Standards BoardEXPLAIN RECENT CHANGES AT FASBIntroductionThe FASB is the independent institution that was established in 1973. It is a private sector not for p...
Juan

Transition: Sonata forms

From all piano sonata sections, the transition is by far the least defined of them. Some musicians say the transitions are the truly creative functions of the sonata form some others ...
Thomas

What Makes A Good Teacher?

What Makes A Good Teacher?Thorough subject knowledge. Enthusiasm for subject. Ability to communicate ideas clearly. Empathy with students. Ability ...
Hiren

Intermediate Value Theorem (IVT) (Calculus)

The intermediate value theorem is a theorem that allows us mathematicians to essentially make claims on continuous functions without knowing a specific number however knowing it exist...
Sarah

5 Ways to Help Your Child Comprehend Comprehension.

Your child has just finished reading an extract of writing. It could have been fiction, it could have been non-fiction, but either way they got it . They understood what they read ...
Harry

Algebra 2

Substitution in an equation is all about plugging in or putting in particular values for one or more terms in an equation in order to work out a total. Why would we want to do thi...
Harry

Algebra 4

Factorising is the opposite of expanding brackets. When we factorise, we put brackets in. In the previous session we looked at the expression x(y + 1). If we expand the brackets w...
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