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Ten Things I Learned From Being Bullied
Principal, teacher, and children's Author, Michelle Barone talks about her teaching and writing career. Dorit: Hello Michelle, I want to thank you so much for taking time to take part in this interview. I guess I could say that being busy is an understatement for you.
Translation is the act that renders knowledge, whether literary or scientific, a mobile form of culture. Such mobility, in turn, is what gives human understanding a deep and lasting influence beyond the borders of its original setting.
If you plan on making teaching English your career, you're probably going to have to start saving early for your retirement. Some employers do offer retirement fund options, so ask yours if they have one that you can join.
The average American worker has fifty interruptions a day, of which seventy percent have nothing to do with work. ~W. Edward Deming. You probably have your own estimate - and it may surprise you what the total number is. Here are some suggestions to curtail and divert as many interruptions (from others) as possible:
Etymology is the study of the origin of a word. Etymologists use different methods to derive the origin of a word. This helps to have a better understand of a language's history and the many transformations that occurred in the language over time. Cultural and historical changes are seen through new words absorbed into a language and changes made to existing words.