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Magal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and Information Systems | © 2009 1 Enterprise Systems & Databases.

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FRY’s 1000 Sight Words Fry’s First 100 Words.

FRY’s 1000 Sight Words Fry’s First 100 Words the of and a to in is you that it he was for on are as with they I at be this have from or one had by words but not what all were we when your can said there use an each which she do / FRY’s 1000 Sight Words Fry’s Second 100 Words over new sound take only little work know place years live me back give most very after thing our just name good sentence man think say great where help through much before line right too means old any same tell boy following came want /


Year 8 Key Words. Number and Algebra 1 Positive Negative Number line Multiplication table Times Triangle number Pattern Prime Triangle Sequence Triangle.

Year 8 Key Words Number and Algebra 1 Positive Negative Number line Multiplication table Times Triangle number Pattern Prime Triangle Sequence Triangle Sequence Term to term rule Highest common factor /arrowhead) Square Parallelogram Pentagon Parallel Perpendicular Right angles Isosceles Trapezium Rhombus Kite Scalene Measure Hexagon Horizontal Vertical Line Straight line Equilateral Triangle Rectangle Obtuse Reflex Geometry and measure 2 Area Length Width Triangle Perimeter Kilometre Shape Measure /


 Haiku is a form of traditional Japanese Poetry.  Haiku poems consist of three lines.  The syllable pattern of a Haiku poem is 5,7,5. The first and.

Poetry.  Haiku poems consist of three lines.  The syllable pattern of a Haiku poem is 5,7,5. The first and last lines of a Haiku have 5 syllables and the middle line has 7 syllables.  A syllable is part of word pronounced as a unit.  It is/ usually made up of a vowel alone or a vowel and one or more consonants.  The word “syllable” has three syllables – syl-la-ble. Falling to/


Animal Science I EOC Terms Review. Standard 1.0 Animal Industry Binomial Nomenclature- A two word system of naming using the first word being genus and.

word system of naming using the first word being genus and the second word being species. Standard 2.0 Animal Handling and Safety 1. Animal rights – line of thinking that proposed that animals have the same rights as people. 2. Animal welfare - line/Tissue composed of neurons. Standard 3.0 Animal Anatomy/Physiology 6. Muscle tissue- Tissue composed of fibers capable of contracting to effect body movement. 7. Reproductive system- Organs and tissues involved in the production of offspring. 8. Nervous system- /


What is poetry? You tell me… Format Poetry is arranged in lines and stanzas Lines may or may not form a complete sentence Stanzas are a group of lines.

a unit and separated from the next stanza by a line of space Figurative Language Poems use figurative language– a word or expression that is not literally true but expresses a point Types of Figurative Language Simile Metaphor Personification Imagery Alliteration Onomatopoeia Hyperbole Idioms Rhyme and Rhythm The term rhyme scheme refers to the rhyming pattern of a poem Each end sound is/


Sonnet Step #1: read and summarize general message Step #2: translate lines into your own words Step #3: learn about sonnets Step #4: analyze each quatrain.

#2: translate lines into your own words Step #3: learn about sonnets Step #4: analyze each quatrain Step #5: analyze the ending couplet Step #6: final, refined analysis Common Themes Love Life Death Immortality Youth Beauty Sonnet 14 lines Three quatrains (4 lines + 4 lines + 4 lines) A rhyming couplet (2 lines) The three/ Surely no sonnet succeeds as a sonnet that does not execute at the turn something analogous to the general kinds of release with which the reader’s muscles and nervous system are familiar”


The invisible line of latitude that is at the center of the Earth is the _______________.

The invisible line of latitude that is at the center of the Earth is the _______________. The time it takes a planet to spin once on its axis is known as it’s ________________. The path that the Earth/tilted ______ degrees? Seasons are caused by the Earth’s ______________and _______________. v The imaginary line around which the Earth spins is a (n) ________. The word Solstice comes from two Latin words that mean ________and _________________. The theory of how our universe was formed and that explains that/


A CCELERATION G RAPHS Pictures worth even MORE words now!

CCELERATION G RAPHS Pictures worth even MORE words now! RECALL… Motion can be graphed Acceleration is merely a change in speed over time Knowing this, what do you think the two axis of our acceleration graphs are going to be? A CCELERATION G RAPHS The /an acceleration DIFFERENT SLOPES… A POSITIVE slope means there is POSITIVE acceleration Positive acceleration means speeding up Which of these lines has a greater acceleration? B – It has a greater slope DIFFERENT SLOPES… A slope of ZERO shows an acceleration/


Monday. Calescite! Think of a famous quote from a movie. It must include an imperative. Translate the line into Latin. Ex: “Get these snakes off this.

ārum Virgārum! – WARNING: Not for the faint of heart! Thursday Calescite! Turn to page 182 for a full list of Stage 20 vocabulary. Write down three Latin words, and one English derivative for each word. Participles (Verbal Adjectives) Present Active – translated as working, standing, holding… Use 2 / piece of paper. Title it: “fortuna crudelis” Questions. Number it: 1 – 11 (leaving a line or two between each number). Reminders Missing Work Test Corrections/Taking Stage 20 Test next week!!! Bring books


Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies 14W-1 Financial Investment Applications Risk The Security Market Line Last Word Key Terms End Show 14 Financial.

% Per Year Management Costs Are Significant Index Funds May Pay More But Actively Managed Offer a More Exciting Opportunity to “Play” in the Market Last Word Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies 14W-15 Financial Investment Applications Risk The Security Market Line Last Word Key Terms End Show Key Terms economic investment financial investment compound interest present value stocks bankrupt limited liability rule capital/


_________ ’S Sight Word Sticker book Directions: practice the high frequency words on each page. Once a sticker is received from the teacher on every word,

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Do Now Define parallel lines in your own words.. Objectives: SWBAT examine relationships of angles formed by parallel lines and a transversal. SWBAT find.

Do Now Define parallel lines in your own words. Objectives: SWBAT examine relationships of angles formed by parallel lines and a transversal. SWBAT find missing angle measures when given a visual image of angles SWBAT utilize algebra to find missing angle measures Find Measures of Angles Formed by Parallel Lines Answer: Since  8 and  4 are corresponding angles, they are congruent. A. Classify the relationship between/


10-6 – 10-8 Locus, Loci, and Locus construction Locus is a set of points that satisfy a condition or a set of conditions. Loci is plural. Key words: In.

points that satisfy a condition or a set of conditions. Loci is plural. Key words: In a plane, and in space They may give you different pictures (circle v sphere; parallel lines v cylinders; perpendicular line v perpendicular planes) and others. Standard example. Let’s find the set of all/ A Set of all points in a plane 2 cm away from a line. How would it change if it was a line segment? Groups of 4 (I pick them) In your own notes, you will try to describe the loci, see what you can come up with. Draw two /


The Heart - Chapter 10 Cardiovascular System Word Analysis and Definition Define the following root elements: - cardi - electr - cost - pulmon - steth.

: - agranulocyte - granulocyte - leukocyte - lymphocyte - monocyte Hemostasis The control of bleeding Usually done by platelets and clotting factors Word Analysis and Definition Identify the correct term from the given definitions: - a substance that prevents clots - a clot attached to a diseased blood vessel or heart lining - the process of blood clotting Do not worry about blood types You will learn about this stuff when/


Limericks, Cinquains, & Haikus!. LIMERICK A limerick is a 5 line poem that has two lines that rhyme and three lines that rhyme It’s usually very funny.

: Two syllables Cinquains GRAMMAR PATTERN Line1: A noun Line2: Two adjectives Line 3: Three -ing words Line 4: A phrase Line 5: Another word for the noun SYLLABLE WORD PATTERN Line1: Two syllables Line2: Four syllables Line 3: Six syllables Line 4: Eight syllables Line 5: Two syllables Brothers Older, younger Running, yelling, laughing “You need to play nice!” Aliens Dirt Under my nails Digging a few new holes The/


 Solve and graph on a number line Bellwork. Solving Compound Inequalities Section 1-6.

following inequalities on a number line. What do you notice about how their graphs interact?  Compound inequality: consists of two inequalities joined by the word “and” or the word “or”  When we have a compound inequality that contains the word “and” then the graph is/ number line. What do you notice about how their graphs interact? “or” union  The graph of a compound inequality containing “or” is the union of the solution sets of the two inequalities  For these types of problems we will have to solve /


Cloudy: Numerical Simulations of Plasmas and their Spectra If a picture is worth a thousand words, a spectrum is worth a thousand pictures Understanding.

Spectra If a picture is worth a thousand words, a spectrum is worth a thousand pictures A non-equilibrium gas u Gas emitting spectrum has a very low density u It is exposed to a range of radiation fields and particles u /with surrounding gas –photoionization u photoelectrons heat electron bath u electrons excite heavy elements –collisionally excited line cooling u free electrons recombine –recombination lines The He-like iso-electronic sequence u He is second most abundant element, produced in Big Bang/


Beginning with Microsoft Word 2010 With Mrs. Jagla.

No Next click Ok Font style and size Bullets Center / Align left Line spacing Spell check Undo Know where to find these Commands Ribbon Mouse-over will tell you the tool name Set up your paper Select Font – Arial Size14 Center, and type the title and your name: Rules for Word Processing By your name and team Align left Turn on bullets Type/


Further ‘Own Words’ Revision “Don’t Blame Justin Bieber. Kids have Always Idolised Idiots” (The Guardian, 24/01/14)

(paragraph two). (1 mark) Using your own words, explain any three things Justin Bieber did that got him into trouble. (3 marks) In your own words, explain what Scooter Braun has managed to do with Justin Bieber’s talent (paragraph three, line six). (1 mark) What does the word “reprehensible” mean (paragraph four)? (1 mark) Using your own words, explain what the “bizarre orthodoxy” is in/


January 23 Warm Up: Root Word Chart - definition, example words Introduce Verb Unit: Linking Verb Quiz Thursday - Linking Verb Notes (ppt.) - Action Verb.

out book *15 OL/**20 Pre-AP points DUE February 15th Practice Linking Verbs Linking Verb Quiz Thursday Practice Root Words (ppt.) Nonfiction - Read “Koko” and “ Gorilla Saves Tot in Brookfield Zoo Ape Pit” - Annotate Nonfiction /- computer lab 101) BRIDGES: on-line program that helps students explore educational options, discover occupations, & make plans to achieve goals. Subject/Verb Agreement - Notes (ppt), Grammar Notes CD Linking Verb Quiz Tomorrow Practice Root Words (ppt.) Nonfiction - “Koko” and /


Literary Terms Jeopardy

What is a hyperbole? $500 Question from Word Plays The use of words, phrases, symbols, and ideas in such a way as to evoke mental images and sense impressions. $500 Answer from Word Plays What is figurative language? $100 Question from Think About It A group of consecutive lines in a poem that form a single unit. $100 Answer from Think About It What is/


Poetic Devices Definitions & Examples. Alliteration The repetition of beginning consonant sounds in words ◦ Example: In the summer the sun is strong.

as the rest of poetic devices Consonance The repetition of consonant sounds anywhere in words ◦ Bring back the black jacket Couplet A two-line stanza, usually rhymed ◦ Example: When I was riding straight through the town ◦ The driving rain began to pour down Diction The writer’s choice of words Figurative Languages Language that uses figures of speech and cannot be taken for real/


Warm Up Solve the following inequality.. 1.6 Compound Inequalities A compound inequality consists of inequalities joined with the word AND or the word.

joined with the word AND or the word OR. You must solve each part separately. “AND” Inequalities FOLDABLE Cut along the dotted lines. Fold along the solid lines. AND FOLDABLE /Tape it in. Tape Here “AND” Inequalities Generalize What does the graph of an “ AND ” Inequality always look like? You Try! “OR” Inequalities Generalize What does the graph of an “ OR ” Inequality always look like? You Try! Ticket Out The Door Use the ideas you learned today in class to/


Math Notebook Pgs 51. Table of Contents 51&52 Comparing Numbers 53&54 Word Problems 55&56 – Bar Graphs 57&58 – Pictographs 59&60- Line Plots.

Math Notebook Pgs 51 Table of Contents 51&52 Comparing Numbers 53&54 Word Problems 55&56 – Bar Graphs 57&58 – Pictographs 59&60- Line Plots HW Pgs 51 & 52 Pgs 53 & 54 Solve and write a story problem for 234 – 140 = Pgs 55 & 56/to a pictograph: 1.Title 2.Symbols 3.Key 4.Categories 1.In January 10 apples were sold 2.How many more were sold in Feb. than in April? 20 1. How many members were part of the chess club? 14 2. How many more students were in the math club than the Hobby club? 24 Create a line plot Line/


WJECLEVEL 2 CORE LANGUAGE 9521. Format of exam 1 ¼ hours 100 marks 67% of the qualification Three-part story of c.250 words Set at standard of Stage 29.

tandem e thermopolio discessit et ad tabernam ambulavit (line 12): look at the following statements based on these words: (i) he left the bar however (ii) he walked (iii) at last he left the bar (iv) he walked to the bar (v) he visited a shop /and (v) D (iv), (v) and (vi) ‘Which is the best/correct translation?’ Theseus alteram uxorem cepit (line 7): which of the following is the best translation of these words? Tick the box alongside the one you think is right. [1] (i) He captured another wife (ii) He took/


History Warm-Ups Week # 34 Dates : May 13-17 Monday: 1. 2. (Count down 6 lines and draw a line) _______________________________________________________________________________.

Wednesday: 5. 6. (Count down 6 lines and draw a line) _______________________________________________________________________________ Thursday: 7. 8. (Count down 6 lines and draw a line) _______________________________________________________________________________ Friday: 9. 10. (Count down 6 lines and draw a line) History Warm-Ups Week #34 Monday: Copy the quotes… 1.School seeks to get you ready for tests, life give the finals. – Author Unknown In your own words, what does it mean/


Microsoft Office Grade 10 A / B Cahaya Bangsa Classical School (C) 2010 Digital Media Production Facility 07 Microsoft Word 03.

Microsoft Office (C) 2010 Digital Media Production Facility Possess the capability of basic editing in Microsoft Word to create proper academic writings 05 – Microsoft Word - 03 Column | 4 Cahaya Bangsa Classical School Microsoft Office (C) 2010 Digital Media Production / that needed border (Click) on the border type and border thickness (Click) on the selection of the line 05 – Microsoft Word - 03 Start Typing | 7 Cahaya Bangsa Classical School Microsoft Office (C) 2010 Digital Media Production Facility /


The Sonnet. Italian origin: The word sonnet comes from Italian sonetto, meaning "little sound" or "little song." Lyric poems 14 lines Iambic pentameter:

The Sonnet Italian origin: The word sonnet comes from Italian sonetto, meaning "little sound" or "little song." Lyric poems 14 lines Iambic pentameter: U / U / U / U / U / Use of conceits: a metaphor that /sonnet was introduced into English poetry by Sir Thomas Wyatt. In the late sixteenth century and early seventeenth century, English writers began to imitate their earlier Italian counterparts by writing sonnets in the English vernacular. The most important sonnet sequences written in English were written /


Poetry 2. End-stopped: A poetic line that has a pause at the end. End- stopped lines reflect normal speech patterns and are often marked with a period,

sound occurs in the final stressed syllable, as in defend and contend. DOUBLE RHYME: Words that have the same vowel sound in the second-to-last syllable and all following sounds. For example: soaring weary adoringdreary conviction prediction Internal Rhyme: Places at least one of the rhymed words within the line as in “In mist or cloud, on mast or shroud” Off-rhyme: A/


False Friends By: Mikey Ventura. What is a False Friend? “False friends are pairs of words in two languages (or letters in two alphabets) that look and/or.

’s Law), changing the word and creating false friends. Since not all alphabets are the same, when a word gets translated the translation can alter or give the word additional meaning. Cýte Fetel/ fetel - belt Hagostealdmon (Bachelor)- A young knight, not old enough, or having too few vassals, to display his own banner, and who therefore followed the banner of another; a novice in arms Cyst- free/of life, span of line Gyru- muddy Lyft- air, sky, clouds, atmosphere; on high, aloft Píe- parasite, an insect


Python Mini-Course University of Oklahoma Department of Psychology Day 4 – Lesson 13 Case study: Word play 05/02/09 Python Mini-Course: Day 4 – Lesson.

.html http://www.python.org/doc/2.5.2/lib /bltin-file-objects.html Use the open statement to instantiate a file object fin = open(words.txt, r) print fin 05/02/09 Python Mini-Course: Day 4 – Lesson 13 3 Files in/Day 4 – Lesson 13 4 Reading a line fin = open(words.txt, r) line = fin.readline() print line line = fin.readline() print word 05/02/09 Python Mini-Course: Day 4 – Lesson 13 5 Reading a line word = line.strip() print word word = fin.readline().strip() print word fin.close() 05/02/09 Python Mini-/


Secondary stress is the weaker of two degrees of stress in the pronunciation of a word; the stronger degree of stress is called primary. The International.

for secondary stress is a short vertical line preceding and at the foot of the stressed syllable: pro ˌ nunci ˈ ation. Another tradition in English is to assign acute and grave accents for primary and secondary stress: pronùnciátion stress pronunciationInternational Phonetic Alphabet Word Stress Primary Stress In English, the syllables of words differ in prominence. In polysyllabic words (words of more than one syllable), one/


Counting number(1-50) with words, Addition & Subtraction with reminding without reminding, Compare, Ordinal number(1-10), Even & Odd number(1-50), Local.

value, Identify even & odd number, compare, Arrange higher to lower vise-versa, Ordinal number, Addition & Subtraction with reminding, Addition & Subtraction relation, Times table(1-10), Division, Local currency taka, Concept of fraction with writing in words, Measurement(week, day, month, second, minute), Geometry: Point, Plane, line & shapes. Counting read & write, Place value, Identify even & odd number, Compare number, Addition - subtraction relation & problem, Times/


Geography Vocabulary. Write the definition in your own words Definition of the word Examples/Non- examples of the word Picture/Symbol of the Word Vocabulary.

west from the prime meridian at Greenwich, England. Longitude Student write definition in their own words Latitude is an angle (defined below) which ranges from 0° at the Equator to 90° (North or South) at the poles. Lines of constant latitude, or parallels, run east–west as circles parallel to the equator. Students write their own example Latitude Student write definition in their own/


The Sonnet a poem of rhyme and meter. The word “sonnet is Italian for “song” or “little sound.” All sonnets must have 14 lines. All sonnets must be written.

The Sonnet a poem of rhyme and meter The word “sonnet is Italian for “song” or “little sound.” All sonnets must have 14 lines. All sonnets must be written in Iambic Pentameter. The Turn Sonnets should contain a “turn” which causes the reader to think about the subject of the poem differently. By the end of a sonnet, you should see the subject (love/


Noun Means: a person, a place or a thing Word of the day… A noun is a naming word. How many syllables?

noun Means: a person, a place or a thing Word of the day… A noun is a naming word. How many syllables? The boy ran to see the small puppy. Circle the person (noun) in the sentence. i tr ck trick My dog can do a trick. ball without the /b/i y k m n s t v z Engine, Engine, Number Nine Engine, engine, Number Nine Running down Chicago Line. If she’s polished, how she’ll shine, Engine, engine, Number Nine. Objective: rhyming words, initial e I live in a state that is big and wide and Texas is it’s name O … I live/


Shades of Meaning Initially, this will be a teacher-directed lesson Print the word boxes Cut out each word box Discuss the sets of words with students.

Shades of Meaning Initially, this will be a teacher-directed lesson Print the word boxes Cut out each word box Discuss the sets of words with students Let the students tell you how to line up the words based on their knowledge of the words. Have a class discussion about why students ordered the words the way they did. spectacular mad angry furious good great pretty beautiful gorgeous big/


Equal, same.  What is the word that describes an object with sides of equal length?

day?  What is the word that means to make things equal, such as when you make two equal groups of candy?  What is the word that means the same quantity, such as when you compare 7 x 5 and 35?  What is the word that describes shapes that have equally-sized angles?  What is the word that names the imaginary line around the center of the/


Warm Up 1) Find the slope of a line that goes through the points (-3, 5) and (11, -2) 2) Write the equation of a horizontal line that goes through the.

goes through the points (-3, 5) and (11, -2) 2) Write the equation of a horizontal line that goes through the point (-3, 5) 3) What is the slope of this line? HW Check 4.2 Direct Variation A linear function defined by an equation of the form y = kx, /Proportions If we know that y varies directly with x. We can use proportions to find missing information. Ex. Suppose y varies directly with x, and x = 3 when y = 7. Find x when y = 21. Word Problems A dripping faucet wastes a cup of water if it drips for three /


Word Knowledge Word Knowledge Story Hour-Starring Megan! Open Court Anthology Grade 2.

’s 5. know knew make made think thought kneel knelt 6. chocolate restaurant tongues especially patient 7. pond job lots got stop Word Knowledge DOL Activity Choose two words from the word lines and use them in a sentence. Pass your paper to the right. –Example: He wasn’t chasing the cat. Look at your new paper and write a new sentence using the original/


LESSON 6.2-6.4 Ms. Gardner. What is an Angle? An angle is formed by two rays (parts of a line) that share the same end point. Ray = Fancy word for “arm”

LESSON 6.2-6.4 Ms. Gardner What is an Angle? An angle is formed by two rays (parts of a line) that share the same end point. Ray = Fancy word for “arm” Vertex = Point where both “arms” meet Three Types of Angles Acute Angle: “Skinny” Angle, Measures /a circle by its CENTER POINT. This is “Circle A”. Radius The radius is any line segment that connects the CENTER to ONE POINT on the circle. Diameter The diameter is any line segment through the CENTER that connects TWO POINTS on the circle. Quiz… What is the /


4 th Grade Science-2 nd Six Weeks Unit 3, Lesson 2 CScope Vocabulary Words 2008-2009.

Vocabulary Words 2008-2009 symmetry an object has line symmetry if one side is the mirror image of the other side. simetría un objeto tiene una línea de simetría si un lado es la misma imagen que el otro lado line of symmetry a line that /éste gira sobre su eje translation any movement along a straight or curved line traslacíon cualquier movimiento a lo largo de una linea, recta o curva mira a small plastic device used to help students understand the concept of reflections mira un parato de plastico que se/


Warm-up 1.Describe lines of Longitude and Latitude in your own words. 2.Which kind of map has contour lines? 3.What is constant at any point along a contour.

Longitude and Latitude in your own words. 2.Which kind of map has contour lines? 3.What is constant at any point along a contour line? 4.How does advanced mapping technology help Earth Scientists? Earth System Science Chapter 1, Section 4/R–Replenish VERY slowly. –L–Limited! Human Population Growth Problem. ↑ Human Population = ↑ Demand for Energy Resources. We Must find a way to meet the ↑ demand for non-renewable resources. We change. Or, we all die. Reflection 1.List 3 activities that you do in a typical/


L IMERICKS By Miss O.. L IMERICK a rhyming, humorous, and often nonsensical five-line poem. There was a chicken who didn’t have a name His farmer thought.

super-sonic Then flew away and was never seen again. By Ben Moston L IMERICK  TRIPLET The 1st, 2nd, and 5 th lines rhyme (forming a triplet), and have the same number of syllables. There once was a young girl called Vicky Whose fingers were / boy called Mark. By Liam Atkins L IMERICK S TARTING WORDS … Limericks often begin with the words: There once was... or There was a... There once was a gray schnauzer named Spark Quite talkative, he so liked to bark. Sometimes running he found His feet all off the /


SOL’s Covered: Topics: Properties Translating Expressions and Equations Solving Equations Equation Word Problems Solving Inequalities Function Tables and.

Expressions and Equations Solving Equations Equation Word Problems Solving Inequalities Function Tables and Graphs Apply the Properties 2 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Apply the Properties 3 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 4 Match the equation to its property. Identity Property of Addition/ Tables and Graphs 18 New State Question! 4) 5) 6) 7) 19 Function Tables and Graphs 20 Graph three points that are on the line represented by by y = 2x-1: New State Question! 8) 9) 10) 11) Function Tables and Graphs 21 12) 13) 14) /


Line This will go in the ELEMENTS section of your sketchbook.

in the ELEMENTS section of your sketchbook Sketchbook assignment Draw a boarder on this page The word line Include the definition of line What kind of lines should fill the page Fill the page with many variations of lines Parallel lines-thin-thick-long-short Cross-hatching lines Dotted –dashed lines Scribble lines Wavy lines ? Can you think of more? ** see my sketchbook for some examples* Medium (This is what/


The heavens declare thy glory, Lord, In every star thy wisdom shines; but when our eyes behold thy word, We read thy name in fairer lines.

The heavens declare thy glory, Lord, In every star thy wisdom shines; but when our eyes behold thy word, We read thy name in fairer lines. The rolling sun, the changing light, And night and day, thy power confess; But the blest volume thou hast writ Reveals thy justice and thy grace. Sun, moon, and/ Thy laws are pure, thy judgements right. Thy noblest wonders here we view, In souls renewed, and sins forgiven; Lord, cleanse my sins, my soul renew, And make thy word my guide to heaven. Isaac Watts (1674-1748)


ANGLO-SAXON POETRY  Each line divided into two half-lines divided by caesura (which is just a break or a space between each half of the line).  Two stresses.

a roofholy Creator Then middle earth Mankind’s guardian Eternal Lordafterwards made For men earthmaster almighty Alliterative words are underlined and in yellow in the lines above. YOUR TURN TO BE THE SCOP  Work with a partner to create at least two different kennings for each of the words below. Remember that the kenning should hint at the quality (strength, bravery, or function) of the/


Introduction to LaTeX v.s Word

document} Hello World wocolumn[section{abc}] First column ewpage Second column onecolumn One column again hfill end of line. end{document} 其他 拼字檢查 追蹤修訂 中文支援 LaTeX 可搭配 WinEdt 提供的 spell check 功能(無文法檢查)。 Word 內建拼字與文法檢查。 追蹤修訂 Word 提供追蹤修訂功能,方便多人相互校閱和修訂文件。 LaTeX 無此功能。 中文支援 LaTeX 處理中文需要額外安裝其他軟體。例如:PUTeX 、cwTeX。 Word 在中文字型的支援方面比較好。 Summary Word 最大的優點是 WYSIWYG,學習容易,而且支援豐富的圖形格式、中文字型和印表機廠牌。 LaTeX 數學公式很美觀。 支援大型文件的編寫。 圖形格式支援較少。 中文支援較弱,但大致上沒問題。 LaTex 軟體安裝 MiKTeX 2.4+ WinEdt 5.4+ PUTeX  4 安裝 MiKTeX 2.4 到 http://www.miktex/


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