Klaus Rosmanitz
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The International Space Station is a large satellite that orbits the Earth at an altitude of between 300 and 460 km. It travels at a speed of 27,000 km an hour (17 000 mph). The space station serves as a laboratory for scientific experiments in many
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Light is the kind of energy that makes it possible for us to see. Without light there would be no life on earth. Green plants use the sun’s light to grow and produce food. In this process they produce oxygen, which we need to breathe. Without plants
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Gravity is a force that attracts objects. It is also the force that makes objects fall down when you drop them. Because of gravity things on earth have a certain weight. Gravity on Earth pulls objects to the centre of the planet. Contents : 5
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Nuclear power gives us about 17 % of the world’s electricity. Some countries produce more nuclear power than others. France, for example, gets about 75 % of its energy from nuclear power plants, the USA only 15 %. Many countries don’t have any
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Cloning occurs when you copy a living creature. Two clones have the same genes, small structures with information that tells them what the body of a living thing should look like and how it should behave. You get the genes from your parents. Many
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In organic farming, crops, meat and other food are produced without chemicals. Fertilizers, pesticides, growth hormones and antibiotics are forbidden. During thousands of years of civilization the raising of animals and growing of plants have always
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Everything is made up of atoms. Each one of them has three particles : protons, neutrons and electrons. Electrons spin around the centre of an atom. They have a negative charge. Protons, which are in the centre of atoms, have a positive charge.
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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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Dinosaurs were a group of animals that ruled our world for about 150 million years. They lived during the geologic middle ages of the Earth’s history, in a time that is called the Mesozoic era. Dinosaurs were reptiles and belonged to the greatest
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When a volcano erupts hot gases and liquid rock come up to the surface from inside the earth. The material sometimes slides down mountains as lava or is hurled into the air as ash or small rocks. Volcanoes often destroy the land around them
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The Hubble Space Telescope is a powerful telescope that orbits the Earth and can show us better pictures of faraway stars than any other telescope on Earth can do. It is named after Edwin Hubble, an astronomer who lived in the 1920s. Contents :
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A magnet is a piece of rock or metal that can pull other metals towards it. The force of magnets is called magnetism. Together with gravity and electricity it is a basic force of nature. Early humans discovered magnets and magnetism thousands of
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Albert Einstein was a famous scientist who completely changed the way that people saw our world and the universe. Einstein created many theories which proved that things like gravity , light, energy and matter were connected with each
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Silicon Valley is located in the southern part of the San Francisco Bay area. It originally got its name from the large number of companies that produced silicon chips. Today it is a general name for the high-tech industry of Northern California.
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The Manhattan Project was the code name of a government program to develop an atomic bomb during World War II. Although over 100,000 scientists and engineers worked on the project throughout the USA, the main work was done at the Los Alamos
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Galileo is often called the founder of modern science. He made many discoveries in astronomy and physics and he built telescopes to study space. Contents : 3 pages Text Exercises Key The sample contains a complete non-printable preview of
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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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An atom is the smallest building block of everything that exists. The smallest object you can see under a microscope has more than 10 billion atoms . There are over a hundred different types of atoms, that we call elements. They form the world we
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Our solar system is made up the sun, eight planets, more than 150 moons , as well as comets, asteroids, dwarf planets and other space rocks. Planets, asteroids and comets orbit the sun. They travel around our sun in an ellipse. It takes Mercury ,
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The earth is surrounded by layers of gases, our atmosphere. They are kept near the earth’s surface by gravity. Our atmosphere filters the sunlight and keeps dangerous rays from reaching our planet. Without such a filter it would get too hot during
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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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