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    A Glimpse into the Glass

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    Students fully identify, explain, and evaluate at least two themes and the author’s commentary on at least two societal issues or criticisms of society; this interpretation is supported by at least two specific pieces of textual evidence that students specifically explain by analyzing the language in the text.
    Students identify, explain, and analyze at least three MAJOR techniques in the text; the impact of the craft is adequately explained.
    Students thoroughly discuss the author’s purpose(s) in writing the text; at least two literary lenses are used to analyze the text and why the author wrote the book.  The author’s purpose(s) are explained in thorough detail and the lenses are identified, described, and their usage for the interpretations of the novel is explained. At least one instance of textual evidence is included.
     

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    WHY WE MUST HAVE OUR OWN BLACK ECONOMY

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    Sunday – December 4 – 9pm EST – 8pm CST – 6pm PST – 3am Africa – 2am London
    Call-in:  602.753.1532  www.blogtalkradio.com/nationalblackout 
    Buy Black Radio, by National Blackout are weekly radio shows that are dedicated to local, national and international Black economic empowerment. Buy Black Radio is the official radio show for nationalblackout.org, the groundbreaking Black economic empowerment website. Our objective is to educate and inspire our listeners into the process of individual and collective financial wealth and ultimately inspire a revolution.
    Join us every Sunday hosts Kellee Michelle and Renae Brooks at 9pm EST and every Wednesday night at 8pm with Co-host Akbar Bilal as he interviews guests and discuss the growing economic revolution.

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    Tackling the laws of Fatal Attraction with Ehi

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    Ehi Isibor student of CSUN, discusses his examples and views on Fatal Attraction with stories and research. 

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    The life of boarding school students in Cameroon

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    With this radio show, you are going to discover more about the life of boarding school students in Cameroon

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    Navigating the Flipped Classroom

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    This broadcast will explore the flipped classroom.  Topics discussed will include the definition of the fliped classroom, use of learning managment systems

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    Introduction and purpose of this show

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    I would like to introduce myself, share the purpose of this podcast and connect with some people who have shared experiences, offer insight and connection through open discussion about properly educating our children, while gaining my own personal voice.  

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    New Equipment test and first show

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    Roswell North Fourth

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    The first in a series of live podcasts made with Ms. Katz and the RNE 4th grade BEAR TIME kids.  

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    THE EMMA SERIES IS FINALLY HERE

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    THe Emma Series is finally here in its entirety. Joining Emma Has a Dilemma! which teaches Nouns and Pronouns is Emma Jane Goes On A Plane! which teaches Metaphors and Similes, Emma Beams During A Wonderful Dream Which teaches Superlatives and Comparatives and Emma's All Gloom As She Cleans Her Room! which teaches Conjunctions. Emma and the Always Whimsical Wizard Jake teach these lessons in grammar while flying on a plane in thunder and lightning in Colorado and while Emma who is a bit messy cleans her Room. This duo takes you on adventures in Grammar that are fun and educational. Through the repetition of reading these glorious four books Children 4-8 can learn grammar. It is a tremendous teaching tool because the characters of Emma and Wizard Jake are so endearing.

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    Soci 308 (Criminology), Summer 2018

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    All Soci 308 (Criminology) students complete the summer session by fully engaging in a talk radio segment as a course requirement. This show will be recorded, where students will call in sharing their knowledge about criminology.