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A "choreo-poem" reflecting the views of a black American woman about the women of her race. What's a "choreo-poem"? A choreopoem is a work that combines dance and poetry so that each complements the other in a highly dramatic way.
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Blooms Taxonomy is an educational classification system developed by
Benjamin Bloom in 1956. It is comprised of three main elements which
include: (i) the affective domain; (ii) the psychomotor domain; and
(iii) the cognitive domain. Each domain is further broken down into levels of learning from the
lowest to the highest. The affective domain has five levels that deal
with the emotions of individuals and typically incorporate attitudes,
emotions and feelings. The psychomotor domain primarily deals with an
individual’s ability to manipulate a tool and focuses on changes in
their behaviour or skills. The cognitive domain has six levels that deal
with the individual’s ability to think through problems and focuses on
their ability to comprehend, apply, analyse, synthesize and evaluate
Here are apps that break down each level:creating, evaluating, analyzing, applying, understanding and remembering.
"Blooms Taxonomy." The Encyclopedia of Tourism and Recreation in Marine Environments. Oxford: CABI, 2008. Credo Reference. Web. 12 November 2012.
(From Amazon.com) Paris, July 1942: Sarah, a ten-year-old girl, is taken with her
parents by the French police as they go door to door arresting Jewish
families in the middle of the night. Desperate to protect her younger
brother, Sarah locks him in a bedroom cupboard—their secret hiding
place—and promises to come back for him as soon as they are released.
Years Later: Sarah’s story intertwines with that of Julia Jarmond, an
American journalist investigating the roundup. In her research, Julia
stumbles onto a trail of secrets that link her to Sarah, and to
questions about her own future.
Films On Demandhas over 12,000 titles available to all CSB/SJU
faculty and students to access on and off campus. For more information
on Films On Demand
and how to use it see the links to videos below. For any questions or concerns, contact Adam Bauer 320-353-2118.
The Library is dedicated to helping the students of the College of St.
Benedict/St. John’s University to become lifelong learners. We believe
that helping students develop their information literacy skills during
their college careers will benefit them in their graduate work,
professional careers, and throughout their lives. Alcuin & Clemens
Library would like to recognize faculty members who have notably
contributed to promoting information literacy within the current
academic year with an annual Information Literacy Faculty Award.
The winner of the award will receive:
$100 towards research expenses
Award recipient announced at the Academic Affairs Awards and Recognition Ceremony
A book selected by the recipient to be included in the library
collection. The award recipient’s name will be included on nameplate in
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