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3 Low-Impact Exercises for Seniors

A critical part of aging gracefully and maintaining good health includes continuing to exercise as you age. However, most seniors won’t have a same strength or endurance that they once did in younger years, there are great low-impact options that can help to improve endurance, flexibility, and balance. 357 more words


Poem Tryouts: Word Play

8:11 a.m. — Atlanta

listening to Harry Belafonte — easily one of the most singable with singers

Hello, everyone. So, the problem with three day weekends where Monday is the holiday? 402 more words


10 Best Ways To Recover From A Workout

First off, let’s get this out-of-the-way. NO, you do not have to be sore after each and every workout. Muscle soreness does not dictate a great workout. 872 more words


Putting the New GSL to work in the classroom

The General Service List has been around since 1953, when researcher Michael West used a 2.5 million corpus to identify the 2000 most important, high-frequency word families English learners needed to know. 267 more words

English Language Teaching

Personal | Other types of training

Well it’s been a while since I’ve written my last blog about getting back on track.
Many conclusion? Not back on track, unfortunately… well not yet. 423 more words


Exercise Set 6

  1. Enjoy the break next week.
  2. Please read Chapter 7 of Ryden. This is Exercise Set 6. It is due at the beginning of class on 
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Longest Increasing Subsequence

A sequence is a list of integers (or any other ordered type, but we’ll use integers to keep things simple). A subsequence is any, possibly non-consecutive, list drawn from the parent sequence with items in the same order as the parent sequence. 1,313 more words