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syllabus and included
Board Developed Courses have a syllabus and final exam set by the Board of Studies, and generally may be included in the calculation of the ATAR.
While both Itosu and Higaonna taught a " hard-soft " style of Okinawan " Te ", their methods and emphases were quite distinct: the Itosu syllabus included straight and powerful techniques as exemplified in the Naihanchi and Bassai kata ; the Higaonna syllabus stressed circular motion and shorter fighting methods as seen in the kata Seipai and Kururunfa.
: Unlike in 1958, natural selection has become part of the syllabus of our intellectual life and the topic is certainly included in every decent course in biology.
Her work included teacher training and syllabus implementation, bi-centenary and other special music projects such as regional bands and choirs, and special arts projects including working with indigenous Australians on the far west border of NSW.
The two series were first broadcast in 1988 and 1998, and have since been broadcast on BBC Radio and included on the A-level and GCSE English Literature syllabus.
Chidiock Tichborne was never called Charles-this is an error that has grown from a misprint in the AQA GCSE English Literature syllabus which has included the Elegy in its early poetry section for several years.
The Bronze Level syllabus for Western Swing included in the Dance Book written in the 1950s by Arthur Murray Dance Studios National Director, and Los Angeles basin resident, Lauré Haile, defined a " Coaster Step " as cross forward place, or back together side, or back forward back.
Her works White Man Sleeps and Wyoming have been included on the dance GCE A-Level syllabus.
The syllabus of studies included Comparative Religion, the six systems of Hindu Philosophy and other schools of Buddhism, Jainism including study about other sects of Hinduism.
Board of Secondary Education, Assam has also included Hmar as an MIL in its matriculation syllabus from 2005.
His poem " The Feed " is included in the syllabus of intermediate classes in Pakistan, and his short story " Joota " or " Shoe " is in the syllabus of O Level Urdu.
Exams can only test knowledge based on information included in the syllabus.
The first official guide to the programme containing its syllabus and official assessment information, was published in 1970 and included the theory of knowledge course.
The school syllabus included rugby, cricket, swimming, tennis and athletics.
Pather Panchali is considered Bibhutibhushan's masterpiece and is included in the CBSE syllabus for students choosing to study Bengali.

syllabus and .
Alcuin of York is the most influential teacher in Europe as he set the basis of the syllabus for European schools.
The following are schools that provide secondary education, O Levels and A Levels in Tanzania, according to the National Examination Council Of Tanzania ( NECTA ) syllabus.
A curriculum is prescriptive, and is based on a more general syllabus which merely specifies what topics must be understood and to what level to achieve a particular grade or standard.
Politically Kammu shored up his rule by changing the syllabus of the university.
Six episodes from series one were a core text in the Year 12 English Advanced syllabus for the Higher School Certificate in New South Wales ( 2000 – 2008 ) for Module C: Representation and Text: Elective 1: Telling the Truth.
Episodes of Frontline have been analysed for the Media topic in the Year 10 English syllabus in New South Wales since at least 2001.
In 1919 he moved to Oxford University as Dr Lee's Professor of Chemistry, where, in the period up till 1936, he reorganized the laboratories and the syllabus in chemistry.
From 2008 to 2009, the bodyline controversy was a topic in the New South Wales Higher School Certificate as part of the preliminary ( Year 11 ) Modern History syllabus.
In the DVIDA Nightclub Two-Step syllabus, this action is called a Traveling Cross.
Traditionalists feel that a school not teaching martial aspects somewhere in their syllabus cannot be said to be actually teaching the art itself, that they have accredited themselves prematurely.
* " Nonsense ( And Why It's So Popular )" – course syllabus from The College of Wooster.
These schools marked the beginning of modern schooling in India and the syllabus and calendar they followed became the benchmark for schools in modern India.
Today most of the schools follow the missionary school model in terms of tutoring, subject / syllabus, governance etc. with minor changes.
In Denmark it is mandatory to receive education answering to the basic school syllabus until the 10th year of school education.
* The American Style Waltz, part of the American Smooth ballroom dance syllabus.
It was followed in 1794 by the celebrated View of the Evidences of Christianity, which was also added to the examinations at Cambridge, remaining on the syllabus until the 1920s.
In the United States, Virgil and specifically the Aeneid were taught in the fourth year of a Latin sequence, at least until the 1960s ; the current ( 2011 ) Advanced Placement curriculum in Latin continues to assign a central position to the poem: " The AP Latin: Virgil Exam is designed to test the student's ability to read, translate, understand, analyze, and interpret the lines of the Aeneid that appear on the course syllabus in Latin.
Nasser used his influence with al-Azhar to create changes in the syllabus, which trickled to the lower levels of Egyptian education.
In 1986, seven Fundamentalist Christians families in Tennessee opposed the novel's inclusion in the public school syllabus and filed a lawsuit.
* United Taps Tap Dance Resource and Guide Tap dance video dictionary, syllabus, classes, and combinations.
Part 141 is a more structured method for pilot training, based on FAA syllabus and other standards.
In the UK, he was told that he would have to requalify as an IO because the syllabus in the UK was different from that in the intelligence school in Canada.
Military pilots are trained with a different syllabus than civilian pilots, which is delivered by military instructors.
In contrast with the traditional syllabus, the new module has appropriately decreased the gross credits and class hours.

included and hymn
The Dictionary of American Hymnology claims it is included in more than a thousand published hymnals, and recommends its use for " occasions of worship when we need to confess with joy that we are saved by God's grace alone ; as a hymn of response to forgiveness of sin or as an assurance of pardon ; as a confession of faith or after the sermon.
As all Federal Presidents but his mentor Heinemann, who had not wished to be seen off in this manner, Rau was honored by a Großer Zapfenstreich which on his wish included the hymn " Jesus bleibet meine Freude " ( Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring ).
Notable local Dissenters included John Bunyan, of Bedford, author of the Pilgrim's Progress, and another important hymn writer, Philip Doddridge ( 1702 – 51 ), of Northampton.
A hymn to Poseidon included among the Homeric Hymns is a brief invocation, a seven-line introduction that addresses the god as both " mover of the earth and barren sea, god of the deep who is also lord of Helicon and wide Aegae, and specificies his twofold nature as an Olympian: " a tamer of horses and a saviour of ships.
In addition to seven original songs, the album included three covers: " Lilac Wine ", based on the version by Nina Simone ; " Corpus Christi Carol ", from Benjamin Britten's A Boy Was Born, Op. 3, a composition that Buckley was introduced to in high school, based on a 15th century hymn ; and " Hallelujah " by Leonard Cohen, based on John Cale's recording from the Cohen tribute album, I'm Your Fan.
The poetry was later set to the music of another Christian hymn, " My Redeemer " by James McGranahan, and included in Latter-day Saint hymnals, including the current one.
These traits included the assignment of the melody to the tenors, harmonic structure emphasizing fourths and fifth, and the distinction between the ordinary four-part hymn (" plain tune "), the anthem, and the fuging tune.
Ralph Vaughan Williams suggested that a congregational hymn be included.
Congregational singing was given further impetus with the arrival of the temperance movement, which saw the Temperance Choral Union ( formed in 1854 ) organising annual singing festivals, these included hymn singing by combined choirs.
Holst harmonised the tune to make it usable as a hymn, which was included in Songs of Praise in 1926 with the same words, but the tune was then called Thaxted ( named after the village where Holst lived for many years ).
In 1906 Vaughan Williams included Tallis's Third Mode Melody in the English Hymnal, which he was then editing, as the melody for Joseph Addison's hymn When Rising from the Bed of Death.
By contrast, in the Roman Rite this hymn is not included in the Liturgy of the Hours, but is sung or recited in the Mass, after the Kyrie, on Sundays outside of Lent and Advent and on solemnities and feasts.
Also included in the soundtrack is an instrumental version of Marks ' setting of the Christmas hymn " I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day.
The Croziers ' business enterprises included a printing company, Crozier & Barton, which had published hymn books as early as 1825, and thus may have inspired the Swans to publish their own collection of songs.
Marcus Swan kept much of the material from The Harp of Columbia, but also included several tunes by popular hymn composer Lowell Mason and several of his own compositions.
" The Spirit of God ," is included as the very first hymn and it is set to the tune Hosanna, which is the same tune used today — although the notes in the refrain differ slightly from modern editions, and it contained only soprano and bass instead of the four parts typical of modern editions.
* The Spirit of God Like a Fire Is Burning-Arguably the most popular Latter Day Saint hymn included as a last minute addition to the hymnal
" Adam-ondi-Ahman " ( originally " This Earth Was Once a Garden Place ") is an LDS hymn and was included in the first Latter Day Saint hymnal and quickly became one of the most popular songs of the early church.
The hymnal included the first printing of several arrangements and hymn settings by Vaughan Williams.
Judy Collins included the hymn on her 1970 Album Whales & Nightingales.
By the 1840s she was already known as a hymn writer and her compositions were soon included in Church of Ireland hymnbooks.
Some hymns to Mary are also included in the Evangelical Lutheran Worship hymnal, e. g. hymn number 251 is " My Soul Proclaims Your Greatness ", which is based on the Magnificat and hymn 419 is " For All the Faithful Women " in which the first stanza includes: " We honor faithful Mary, fair maiden, full of grace ".
The service included a specially commissioned hymn, " Happy is the man that findeth wisdom, and getteth understanding ".
Diehl's index to a large number of hymnals from 1900 to 1966 indicates that only one hymnal included it: the 1940 edition of The Church Hymnal of the Seventh-day Adventist Church ( hymn no.

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