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by Vicki Yates
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Geography & Cultures
  • Author:
    Vicki Yates
  • ISBN:
    1403498431
  • ISBN13:
    978-1403498434
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  • Publisher:
    Heinemann (September 12, 2007)
  • Pages:
    24 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Geography & Cultures
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Books in this series offer a window into life in the past, showing how things have changed over time. In 'Life at School, ' children learn what school was like in the past, and compare this to school life today

Books in this series offer a window into life in the past, showing how things have changed over time. In 'Life at School, ' children learn what school was like in the past, and compare this to school life today. Books include primary sources as well as photographs of contemporary school environments.

Schools (Then and Now). 1403498431 (ISBN13: 9781403498434).

Schools Then And Now. Filed Under: Essays Tagged With: change. The attitude to class meterial is a lot more flexible now than when I was in school

Schools Then And Now. The attitude to class meterial is a lot more flexible now than when I was in school. I remember thtat in high school history course which I took there was only one textbook and that was to be memorized. Anything outside the book was off topic, and we had to get back to learning the facts because that was what the exam was going to be about. In the history class which I am taking now we don’t even have aaa book

In 'Life at School,' children learn what school was like in the past, and compare this to school life today

In 'Life at School,' children learn what school was like in the past, and compare this to school life today. About the Author: Vicki Yates is a Heinemann author.

Detroit: then and now. A message from Life co-author, Helen Stephenson. The story of Detroit is very interesting. It’s a city that was rich, then it was poor and now it’s becoming rich again. I think it’s a ‘good news’ story. I hope you agree with me! The American city of Detroit was like Paris, some people said. It had a big river, beautiful wide streets and important buildings. Then, in the 20th century, it was called ‘Motor City’ because of the number of car factories there. Workers in the car factories had good jobs and they earned good money

Whether you’re heading back to school yourself, or have kids or grandchildren who are starting the new school year, there’s something about .

Whether you’re heading back to school yourself, or have kids or grandchildren who are starting the new school year, there’s something about the beginning of September that is bound to stir up some memories of going back to school. While there are many points of commonality between then and now, there are still some stark differences in the ways in which students were educated in years past versus more recent generations. In the early 1900s, only about half of children ages 5-19 were enrolled in school.

Joshua Then and Now is a 1985 Canadian film and a TV mini-series, adapted by Mordecai Richler from his l novel Joshua Then and Now. James Woods starred as the adult Joshua, Gabrielle Lazure as his wife, and Alan Arkin as Joshua's father. It was directed by Ted Kotcheff who had previously directed Richler's The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz.

School Life I am a pupil of the 11-th form, I study at school number 9. I would like to tell your about our school life. I go to school five days a week. Our classes start at 8 o’clock, and last till 3 .

Meg and Todd compare their past life with their current life. Meg: Am I happier now? I think I'm about the same happiness level, so last year I was happy with my job and my family and my friends and this year I'm still happy

Meg and Todd compare their past life with their current life. Meg: Am I happier now? I think I'm about the same happiness level, so last year I was happy with my job and my family and my friends and this year I'm still happy. What about you? Are you happier now than last year? Todd: I am happier because last year I was still in college in graduate school and I finished. Meg: Congratulations. Todd: Yes, and I have more free time now and because of that, I'm happier this year. Meg: Less stressed always makes up happier.

Books in this series offer a window into life in the past, showing how things have changed over time. In 'Life at School,' children learn what school was like in the past, and compare this to school life today. Books include primary sources as well as photographs of contemporary school environments.

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Great for first graders!