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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Feb. 16th, 2018 : This week's work for online reading group

Vocabulary building :
This week's vocabulary tests for junior unit 8

Practice till you think you master at least 80% of the words.

Choose definition, vocabulary sentences, synonyms or antonyms
but you don't need to do them all.
Send me your results through g-mail.

Interesting articles/videos for you to gain background knowledge.

Meet Nathan Chen, the Figure Skater Who Brought Athleticism to Artistry

The Power of Introverts  by Susan Cain

Quiet Revolution 

Crash Course World History 

Crash Course Literature 

Top 10 US Daily Newspaper 

What makes a good life? Lesson from the longest study on happiness.   TED talk

The Paradox of choice   TED talk

Where the STEM jobs Are (and Where They Aren't) from the New York Times

College Advice I Wish I'd Taken from the New York Times

Secrets of China's Forbidden City 

How Plants Communicate and Think from BBC

The 5-Hour Rule  from CNBC

How and Why We Read from John Green

Giving thanks can make you happier from Harvard Health Publications

Seeker series : 

Young ballet dancer 

Adult beginner violinist -- 2 years progress video 

Planet Earth II trailer

Planet Earth II continues

Grammar notes/links : 

The Ultimate Backseat Bookshelf : 100 Must-Reads for Kids 9 to 14

How Books Can Open Your Mind from TED Talk

Read Books, Live Longer ? from the New York Times

Cool Jobs : Paid to Dream  Science News for Students

Top 10 Jobs Titles Barely Existed Years Ago #infographic 

The Top Jobs In 10 Years Might Not be What You Expect  from Fast Company

Student Science 

The Little Prince  The Children's Classic Novella
Voted Best Book of the 20th Century in France

Try Something New for 30 Days Matt Cutts from TED talk  

You Can Learn Anything from Khan Academy

It's happening NOW :

The Future of Learning 

Good reads 

The learning network form the NY Times 

Top 100 Inspirational Quotes from Forbes

Top 10 Skills We Wish Were Taught at School, But Usually Aren't 
from Lifehacker

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Feb. 9th, 2018 : This week's work for online reading group

Vocabulary building :
This week's vocabulary tests for junior unit 7

Practice till you think you master at least 80% of the words.

Choose definition, vocabulary sentences, synonyms or antonyms
but you don't need to do them all.
Send me your results through g-mail.

Interesting articles/videos for you to gain background knowledge.

25 incredible things you didn't know about Estonia 

What is Life Really Like in Estonia ? 

Crash Course World History 

Crash Course Literature 

Top 10 US Daily Newspaper 

What makes a good life? Lesson from the longest study on happiness.   TED talk

The Paradox of choice   TED talk

Where the STEM jobs Are (and Where They Aren't) from the New York Times

College Advice I Wish I'd Taken from the New York Times

Secrets of China's Forbidden City 

How Plants Communicate and Think from BBC

The 5-Hour Rule  from CNBC

How and Why We Read from John Green

Giving thanks can make you happier from Harvard Health Publications

Seeker series : 

Young ballet dancer 

Adult beginner violinist -- 2 years progress video 

Planet Earth II trailer

Planet Earth II continues

Grammar notes/links : 

The Ultimate Backseat Bookshelf : 100 Must-Reads for Kids 9 to 14

How Books Can Open Your Mind from TED Talk

Read Books, Live Longer ? from the New York Times

Cool Jobs : Paid to Dream  Science News for Students

Top 10 Jobs Titles Barely Existed Years Ago #infographic 

The Top Jobs In 10 Years Might Not be What You Expect  from Fast Company

Student Science 

The Little Prince  The Children's Classic Novella
Voted Best Book of the 20th Century in France

Try Something New for 30 Days Matt Cutts from TED talk  

You Can Learn Anything from Khan Academy

It's happening NOW :

The Future of Learning 

Good reads 

The learning network form the NY Times 

Top 100 Inspirational Quotes from Forbes

Top 10 Skills We Wish Were Taught at School, But Usually Aren't 
from Lifehacker

Monday, February 5, 2018

Feb. 2nd, 2018 : This week's work for online reading group

Vocabulary building :
This week's vocabulary tests for junior unit 6

Practice till you think you master at least 80% of the words.

Choose definition, vocabulary sentences, synonyms or antonyms
but you don't need to do them all.
Send me your results through g-mail.

Interesting articles/videos for you to gain background knowledge.

Crash Course World History 

Crash Course Literature 

Top 10 US Daily Newspaper 

What makes a good life? Lesson from the longest study on happiness.   TED talk

The Paradox of choice   TED talk

Where the STEM jobs Are (and Where They Aren't) from the New York Times

College Advice I Wish I'd Taken from the New York Times

Secrets of China's Forbidden City 

How Plants Communicate and Think from BBC

The 5-Hour Rule  from CNBC

How and Why We Read from John Green

Giving thanks can make you happier from Harvard Health Publications

Seeker series : 

Young ballet dancer 

Adult beginner violinist -- 2 years progress video 

Planet Earth II trailer

Planet Earth II continues

Grammar notes/links : 

The Ultimate Backseat Bookshelf : 100 Must-Reads for Kids 9 to 14

How Books Can Open Your Mind from TED Talk

Read Books, Live Longer ? from the New York Times

Cool Jobs : Paid to Dream  Science News for Students

Top 10 Jobs Titles Barely Existed Years Ago #infographic 

The Top Jobs In 10 Years Might Not be What You Expect  from Fast Company

Student Science 

The Little Prince  The Children's Classic Novella
Voted Best Book of the 20th Century in France

Try Something New for 30 Days Matt Cutts from TED talk  

You Can Learn Anything from Khan Academy

It's happening NOW :

The Future of Learning 

Good reads 

The learning network form the NY Times 

Top 100 Inspirational Quotes from Forbes

Top 10 Skills We Wish Were Taught at School, But Usually Aren't 
from Lifehacker

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