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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Refugees are people who have fled from their country because of wars, political or religious conflicts, or because they fear persecution from governments. Displaced people have lost their home but they remain in their own country. Contents : 8
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Sudan is the largest country in Africa. It is divided into a northern and a southern region. Muslim Arabs live in the northern and central part of the country while southern Sudan is inhabited by black Africans. They are followers of Christianity
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The Olympic Games are an international sports competition which are held every four years in a different city. Thousands of athletes from all over the world compete against each other in individual and team sports. Over 1 billion people watch the
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Your shirt was made in Mexico and your shoes in China. Your CD player comes from Japan. You can travel to Moscow and eat a Big Mac there and you can watch an American film in Rome. Today goods are made and sold all over the world, thanks to
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The European Union is an organisation of 27 nations. Its original aim was to form an economic union but, as time went on, the EU developed into a far greater organisation. Today the EU is developing into a political union, trying to bring together
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Today, about 7 billion people live on our earth. Each year, the world’s population grows by about 80 million. If it continues to grow at such a rate the world’s population will reach 9 billion by the year 2035. Contents : 27
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The Panama Canal is a waterway that connects the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean. Before the canal was opened in 1914 ships had to travel around the southern tip of South America to get from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast. The Panama Canal
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Islam is the world’s second largest and fastest growing religion. It has over 1 billion followers. Today Muslims, the people who follow Islam, live in every country of the world. Although Islam began in Arabia, more than half of the world’s Muslims
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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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The Arab-Israeli conflict is a struggle between the Jewish state of Israel and the Arabs of the Middle East. It has continued for many decades and there has been no peaceful solution so far. Contents : 11 pages Introduction -From the
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After the Second World War the allied countries got together to discuss in which ways such an organization could be created. In 1945 50 countries got together in San Francisco and signed an agreement that created the United Nations. Contents : 11
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For over 50 years North Korea has been an authoritarian country. It is still one of the few countries in the world that is ruled by a Communist dictator. In the last two decades North Korea has been working on a nuclear program that may give the
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The Great Wall of China is the biggest object ever made by humans. It stretches across mountains, deserts and grasslands for over 6,000 kilometres. The ancient Chinese built the wall to keep invaders from the west out of their country. Today
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India is an Asian subcontinent that reaches into the Indian Ocean. With over one billion people, it is the second most populous country in the world. India is a land full of contrast, from the snow-capped peaks of the Himalaya Mountains in the
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Tourism is travelling for pleasure or to enjoy yourself away from the place you live. People do this for many different reasons – to have fun, visit other countries and learn about other cultures or just relax from stressful working life. Tourists
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Developing countries are the poor countries of our world. While most of them are located in many parts of Africa and Asia, some countries in South and Central America are also referred to as developing countries. About 70% of the world’s 7 billion
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The Northern Irish conflict between the two main religious groups, the Protestants and the Catholics, has been going on for over four hundred years. In the second half of the 20th century violent clashes between the two groups killed over 3,000
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Energy is another word for power. It makes things move and machines work. It provides us with light and we use it to heat and cool our houses and offices, to cook our food, and to transport people and goods. Contents : 17 pages -Sources of
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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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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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