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English Review of Adaptations of Shakespeare
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Overview Shakespeare’s plays have been performed all over the world, translated into many other languages, and sets have been adapted beyond the traditional stage settings. In addition to movies made from the plays, there have been movies based on Shakespearean themes, operas and other musical works set to Shakespeare, as well as books, dance, and…

English Review of Shakespeare
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Overview William Shakespeare (1564-1616) is known as the greatest writer in the English language and dramatist to the world.  He wrote over 35 plays, including histories, comedies, and tragedies.  His sonnets are a collection of 154, published in 1609.  They contain some of the most beautiful love poetry ever written. Histories Shakespeare wrote historical dramas…

Science Review of More about Solar Eclipses
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Overview During solar eclipses, more is revealed about the features in the sun’s corona.  The corona is not normally visible to the naked eye, so scientists began studying it long before satellites were launched into space.  In addition, observations during a solar eclipse brought important early proof of Einstein’s theory of relativity. Ancient History of…

Science Review of the Solar Eclipse
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Overview On Monday, August 21, 2017, many people in North America will be able to see either a partial solar eclipse or a total solar eclipse, depending on where they live.  Parts of South America, Africa, and Europe will also see a partial solar eclipse. What Is an Eclipse? During a solar eclipse, the moon…

Math Review of Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
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Overview The process of multiplying and dividing rational expressions is similar to multiplying and dividing rational numbers.  In order to multiply, first multiply the numerators, then the denominators, and then simplify the expression.  Division is the inverse of multiplication, so multiply by the reciprocal (or inverse) of the divisor, and then simplify the expression. Multiplying…

Math Review of Simplifying Rational Expressions
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Overview A rational expression has one polynomial in the numerator and one polynomial in the denominator, which means that the numerator is divided by the denominator.  However, the denominator cannot be solved to zero, because division by zero is undefined.   Definition A statement such as (x2 +3)/(y +6) is a rational expression, because it…

English Review of World Poetry
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Overview Forms of poetry exist all over the world, some predating writing. Poems are written in specific forms from the Far East through Persia and Arabia, using specific features of the culture and language. For example, the Epic of Gilgamesh, written in Sumeria in the third millennium BCE, uses common features of Sumerian language and…

English Review of Types of Poetry
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Overview Poetry is based upon aesthetic and rhythmic qualities of language, and exists across all cultures of the world.  Some say that poems, like music, came before literacy, and poetic tales made important facts easier to remember.  There are hundreds of subtypes of poetry, and some types include narrative poetry, epic poetry, lyric poetry, and…

Science Review of Jellyfish
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Overview Jellyfish are found in all the world’s oceans, from the surface to the deep sea.  Most live in saltwater, although there are a few species that live in fresh water.  Jellyfish have soft bodies and swim freely for much of their adult lives. Kinds of Jellyfish There are hundreds of different species of jellyfish. …

Science Review of Rays
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Overview Rays are fish that are close relatives of sharks.  There are over 600 species, and most live in tropical or subtropical marine environments.  Like sharks, their skeletons are made of cartilage rather than bone.  They live on the sea floor, and some species eat smaller fish, other bottom-dwellers such as crustaceans, and others eat…

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