tag and a trailing one. I think that this is the key to extracting all texts separated by tags. To achieve this you need to tell the the listify plugin to consider all text up to and including a closing tag. By default it does this, but gives all text it finds as a \"Text\". It you want the tag and the space between the other text to be considered as node, then you need to select the text up to and including a tag and again set the nodes option to be text: http://compact.dfki.de/lists/listify/nodes/text/. You can see all the options there, it's really easy to fool around with. This can be made more elegant, but I can think of no such method that would be available in any other easy way. #!nodelib.txt Texts The-school-is-a-long-line-to-walk-to I've walked this way three times in the past four days alone, I can now see why.
1) Post an announcement online that every student in your class is crossing off “Buddy” or “Buddy Bear” from their list for the length of the contest. If a student finds a Buddy that needs to be crossed off, they can post it on the CashApp website.
We present an instructional strategy called Challenging Constitutional Rights, in which high school civics students critically interacted with, and interpreted, constitutional rights. As an alternative assessment project, students used technologies to make visual and oral presentations on the relationship between a current event and a right detailed in an amendment to the U.S. constitution. In this article, we describe the process of the project, detail the strengths of the project organized around the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) Vision of powerful teaching and learning, and conclude with reflections from the teacher who designed and implemented this project. Exemplars of student work are included. 7211a4ac4a