Klaus Rosmanitz

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Austria - Steiermark - St. Martin
Klaus Rosmanitz
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First aid is the help that you give someone quickly after they have hurt themselves or have had an accident. It can stop a person from becoming more ill. In some cases, it can even save a person’s life. Contents : 11 pages -Introduction -Call
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Euthanasia comes from the Greek language and means „good death“. Another word for euthanasia is “mercy killing”.It is the end of an ill person’s life in a painless way. In the past years there has been much discussion abouteuthanasia all over the
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Stem cells are basic cells that can change into any other type of cell that our body needs. Most cells in the body begin as stem cells. Then, they grow into tissue of other body parts. Contents : 5 pages -Text -Exercises -Key The sample
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Cancer is a dangerous disease in which certain cells in our body grow in an uncontrolled way. It is one of the world’s most serious illnesses. Together with heart attacks it kills more people than any other disease in the world. Contents : 9
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The bones in our body form our skeleton. They help to support our body and protect important organs. Bones also store nutrients and minerals, and they are places where blood cells are made. Humans have more than 200 bones in their bodies – all of
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Studies have shown that about 30% of all children in America aged 6 to 19 are either overweight or obese. That is almost one out of three young Americans. The situation in the countries of the European Union is similar. Contents : 6 pages -Who
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Teeth are hard, bony structures that grow from the jawbone. Humans and other animals use their teeth to bite and chew food. Unlike your brain, your teeth were not ready to work from the day you were born. Although babies start growing their first
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Many young people want to be physically active because it helps them look and feel good. Activity burns more calories than just sitting , so it is important for keeping a healthy weight. Physical fitness also makes your muscles and bones stronger
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Scientists have discovered fourteen kinds of vitamins. They are known as vitamins A, the B group, C, D, E and K. Scientists say vitamins help to carry out chemical changes in cells. If we do not get enough of the vitamins we need in our food, we
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Caffeine is a natural component of chocolate, coffee and tea, and is used as an added energy boost in most colas and energy drinks. Contents : 3 pages Text Exercises Key The sample contains a complete non-printable preview of the whole module
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Abortion happens when an unborn baby’s life ends. About 200 million women get pregnant every year. During the same time 44 million abortions are carried out around the world. Fortunately, the abortion rate has gone down because more and more people,
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X-rays are high energy waves that are invisible. They are useful because they can pass through many things that normal light cannot. For example, doctors can see inside the human body and security guards at airports can see inside your handbag.
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The human brain is a very powerful organ. It controls all parts of the body and allows you to think, feel, move your arms and legs and it helps you stay healthy. The brain looks like a pink sponge and consists of a mass of nerve cells. It is
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Bananas belong to the most popular and most eaten fruits in the world. They were first grown in tropical India and southeast Asia over 4000 years ago. Arab merchants brought them to northern Africa and the Middle East. Portuguese navigators
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have had over 30 years of teaching experience at a grammar school for 15 to 19 year olds in Deutchlandsberg, Austria. My subjects are English as a Second Language and Geography. I have spent many years teaching English Across the Curriculum in various subjects.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am very interested in making English understandable for ESL students. Therefore all my materials have a vocabulary section which makes even difficult articles easy to understand.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

After spending my childhood in the United States I came to Austria with my parents and attended a grammar school . I studied English and Geography at the University in Graz, where I received a Master’s Degree in 1981.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I have been working in fields that connect classroom work and information technology, notably e-learning. I also engage in English Across the Curriculum, a project in which ESL students learn curriculum topics in English

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