Klaus Rosmanitz
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Weather is the state of the atmosphere in a certain place at a certain time. Weather always changes and is different all around the world. It depends on many elements . It may be warm and sunny in one place, but cold, windy and rainy somewhere
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Scientists made an alarming discovery in the 1980s. They found out that the average temperature of the Earth's surface was slowly rising. This trend is called global warming. Today we know that global warming is increasing because more and more
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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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A glacier is a mass of thick ice that stays frozen and can move slowly over land. During the Ice Age, which ended about 10,000 years ago, many parts of the world were covered with glaciers. Almost all of Canada and the northern parts of Europe, like
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Corals are structures made of millions of sea animals, called polyps. They can live in colonies together and grow to big coral reefs. The biggest coral reef is the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia. Contents : 7 pages -What are
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Some animals and plants in our world are very common, like houseflies, cats or daisies. They are not in danger of dying out. Other species are very rare. Sometimes only a few of them are left . Such species may disappear forever. Contents : 7
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Water is the most important liquid we know. It is everywhere we look. Water is in the ground and in the air that we breathe. All animals, plants and humans need water to survive. Water has formed our earth since its beginning. It also prevents the
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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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The natural history of the Earth is divided into four periods: the Precambrian, the Palaeozoic, the Mesozoic and the Cenozoic eras. By studying fossils, geologists can find out how the Earth developed, how continents formed and the plants and
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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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Birds are animal with feathers. Because they can fly, they are the fastest animals on earth . Some birds can reach speeds of up to 160 km an hour. However, not all birds can fly. Some birds, like ostriches can run and penguins can swim. Contents :
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Skyscrapers are the world’s tallest buildings. They first appeared in New York and Chicago at the end of the 19th century. Skyscrapers are often like small cities. They offer space for offices, apartments, shops, hotels, restaurants and other
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An earthquake is one of the worst natural disasters on our earth. We think that the ground we stand on is very stable, but it isn’t. It moves quite a lot. In the last few decades scientists have been able to find out why earthquakes
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Carbon dioxide is a compound that is an important part of the carbon cycle and essential for life on earth. However, it is also a major greenhouse gas and contributes to global warming . Contents : 7 pages -Introduction -Uses of carbon
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Longitude and latitude are imaginary lines that circle the Earth. They are used to exactly pinpoint where a person or object is located. These lines are on maps and measured in degrees. Each degree is divided into 60 minutes and each minute has 60
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The word tsunami comes from the Japanese : tsu means harbour and nami waves. A tsunami is a series of ocean waves that can travel over hundreds of kilometres at a very high speed. They are hardly seen in the open ocean, but when they reach the
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A mammal is an animal that feeds its baby with milk when it is young. There are over 4,500 types of mammals. Many of the most popular animals we know are mammals, for example dogs, cats, horses, cows, but exotic animals like kangaroos, giraffes,
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Hurricanes are gigantic tropical storms that can be hundreds of kilometres wide. They bring along very strong winds and a lot of rainfall. They often cause flooding near the coasts and sea levels rise. Hurricanes occur in many parts of the world. In
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About 75% of the world’s animals are insects. They have been living on earth for over 400 million years, long before humans appeared. Insects have changed a lot and adapted to new climates in order to survive. Today, there are about one million
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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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