1 Crash Course: A Century of Seattle Music From prohibition jazz to garage rock in a castle to hip-hop s new guard. By Stefan Milne 11/20/2018 at 9:00am Published in the December 2018 issue of Seattle Met Menace to Civilization Drop the needle on the last century of Seattle music and you ll hear, at first, silence. You can still go to Washington Hall, a venue at 14th and Fir Street. You can see the stage haloed by lights and the wood dance floor, all original and restored, but the band itself in photo and recording is gone. On June 10, 1918, Miss Lillian Smith s Jazz Band played the first concert identified as jazz in the city, at an NAACP fundraiser. Smith was a piano player, and the band, presumably black, gigged for a couple years, but that s all we know. When national prohibition started in 1920, jazz and liquor even narcotics were immediately conflated. In 1921 the Seattle Daily Times ran a series of articles on the new music. They first asked, Is Jazz Menace to Civilization? Worse than Booze, Say Club Women. The day s next headline read, Jazz, Like Music of the Savage, Harms Nervous System, Says Doctor. Unsurprisingly, much of Seattle s early jazz went unrecorded. Even music by Oscar William Holden, the most revered musician on the scene, a pianist as adept at playing stride as playing Chopin, has been lost. By the mid-1920s Jackson Street, from First Avenue to 14th, was packed with speakeasy clubs that the feds couldn t squelch. Despite illegal connotations, by 1928 musicians who refused to play jazz found it tough to get work, and white musicians were translating the music to theaters and, in the case of Vic Meyers one of the most comprehensively recorded early Seattle jazz
2 musicians to boozy downtown dance halls like the Rose Room. That didn t dampen backlash. Critics still thought the music (so danceable!) held listeners in a narcotic sway. In December 1933, a couple weeks after prohibition ended, a bill was introduced in Washington State Legislature. It would ve condemned all persons convicted of being jazzily intoxicated to insane asylums Symphony Saviors The Seattle Symphony debuted in 1908 but floundered after the 1920 recession. Enter Madame Mary Davenport Engberg, a violin virtuoso who led the Seattle Civic Symphony (an interim amateur orchestra) and who was considered the only female conductor in the world. The SCS garnered praise for three years. But when Engberg scolded an oboist for a mistake and he purported that she slapped him, the symphony died. Cecilia Schultz, a local concert promoter, stepped in and petitioned the Local 76 musician s union. On November 8, 1926, the new orchestra tore into Tchaikovsky s Sixth The Luck Ngi Musical Society Even though Chinese and Japanese Americans far outnumbered African Americans in 1920s and 1930s Seattle, traditional Asian music styles didn t find jazz s boozy crossover audiences. In 1938, though, the Luck Ngi Musical Society formed a revered Cantonese opera company. It saw its heyday in the late 30s amid splashing cymbals and cigarette smoke but celebrated its 80th anniversary this September Swing and Bop The Scene That Gave Us Quincy Jones, Ernestine Anderson, Ray Charles You slip down a staircase on Maynard. You pass a bouncer named Gorilla Jones, an exmiddleweight with a white carnation perhaps pinned to his lapel, and enter Basin Street. A mixed-race crowd 200 strong packs the speakeasy and on the stage is a velvet-voiced 17-yearold. Now she s mimicking bebop singer Sarah Vaughan and working the room for tips, but later in her career Ernestine Anderson will warrant mentions alongside Vaughan and Billie Holiday.
3 In the 1940s when the city s African American population grew from 3,700 to 15,600 Seattle jazz hit its golden age, drawing the country s stars for shows (Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald) and fomenting some luminaries of its own. In 1948 local trumpet player Leon Vaughn counted 34 nightclubs along Jackson. The street was a nightly Mardi Gras of booze, drugs, gambling, prostitution, swing, and bop apparently quite safe and racially peaceful for its day. In this scene Anderson, Quincy Jones, Ray Charles, and pianist Patti Bown all teenagers at the time, gigging in clubs came of age. Jones played his first show as a trumpeter with Oscar Holden, Jr. and Grace Holden children of the 20s jazz legend at the YMCA when he was 14. The next year he met Charles, a gifted 16-year-old who d just moved here from Florida. The two formed a friendship that later spawned records like The Genius of Ray Charles. All four musicians left the city within a few years (Seattle was no place to make it big). By the early 1960s the Jackson Street joints closed, due in part to hard liquor legalization (1949) and a desegregating society. But Anderson returned to Seattle in the mid-1970s and continued to release albums until 2011, even a couple of 1990s releases on her friend Jones s label Our First Major Maestro The yellow Corvette roared up to the Opera House. You knew Seattle Symphony s conductor had arrived. As much rock star as maestro, Milton Katims was a world-class violist with a baton-snapping temper. After taking over in 1954, he elevated the Seattle Symphony towards international renown, even getting Igor Stravinsky to conduct his Firebird suite here in Seattle loved Katims for it, even putting his portrait on the cover of the phone book Cafe Folk By 1952 a folk revival was taking root in Seattle. At the Chalet, a U District coffee shop, folk singer Walt Robertson, with his chinstrap beard and firm voice, sang homage to the region in songs like Puget Sound collected on his American Northwest Ballads. A few years later, in 1958, Seattle s first espresso cafes opened. The Place Next Door (beside Wallingford s Guild 45th Theatre) had a distressed brick interior that evoked an underground French joint, and there local singer Alice Stuart honed her folk blues before moving on to play alongside Mississippi John Hurt and Joan Baez.
4 1957 Bonnie Guitar When Bonnie Guitar (Seattle-born Bonnie Buckingham) heard Ned Miller s Dark Moon, she was so entranced that she ceded all royalties for the opportunity to record it. Her version a silvery pop nocturne flew to six on the charts. The next year she signed on as vice president of the new Seattle label Dolton Records and turned her keen ear to production, yielding the region s first major hits: the Frantics garage romp Werewolf and the Fleetwoods Come Softly to Me and Mr. Blue, a pair of glossy doo-wop songs that were first and remain some of the only number one Northwest singles on the Billboard Hot Dave Lewis Combo Dave Lewis (a black kid too young to enter due to liquor laws) liked to sneak in through the stage door of Birdland Supper Club to catch major R&B acts Solomon Burke, James Brown. Birdland sat just below the redline that separated the predominantly black Central District and the white neighborhoods to the north. Lewis gigged around the city with R&B groups until 1957, when Birdland began all ages shows and his Dave Lewis Combo became the club s house band, playing to packed multiracial rooms and likely becoming the first local band to play a littleknown single called Louie Louie Louie Louie Oh No In 1955, Richard Berry a black LA doo-wop singer was backstage, listening to the Rhythm Rockers playing El Loco Cha Cha. He dug the riff so much he filched it and jotted Louie Louie on a piece of toilet paper. The lyrics approximated the Jamaican argot trendy in tiki s heyday. Released as a B-side, it made its way eventually into the hands of Bob Bop Summerise, a black Tacoma DJ, who helped it become a modest jukebox hit in the city. Then Dave Lewis played it at Birdland. Then the Fabulous Wailers, a white Tacoma rock and roll band, turned the vocal progression dun-dun-dun, dun-dun, dun-dun-dun into a garage riff, and in 1961 their record made it to influential DJ Pat O Day, who made it a regional staple. In 1963, a group of Portland high school students recorded the song after hearing it on a jukebox.
5 The Kingsmen s version is a hot mess, a first take sung through braces into a poorly placed mic, aping the Fabulous Wailers. The Kingsmen broke up. Their promoter, however, kept pushing the single and it caught on along the East Coast, rising to number two on the Billboard charts. Incensed by the wild sound and lyrics he presumed prurient ( so filthy I cannot enclose them ), a father wrote to attorney general Robert Kennedy. An FBI investigation ensued, during which investigators tried to suss out the filth in the gabbled vocal. One guess read, Every night and day / I play with my thing / fuck your girl / all kinds of ways. After two years, the bureau declared the track unintelligible, thus not obscene. But controversy is potent hype. The song sold millions of copies and lodged in the rock canon. The Sonics, the Kinks, the Beach Boys, Black Flag all have contributed to what has become one of the most recorded songs ever. And Washington fans can t let go of its appropriated origins. In 1985, a group in Bellingham campaigned to make it the state song. Another called the LLAMAS (The Louie Louie Advocacy and Music Appreciation Society) revived the push in The first question in their website s FAQ reads, Is this a joke? No Jimi Hendrix at the Castle A teenage Jimi Hendrix hung around, recalled DJ Pat O Day, waiting for a band like the Statics to blow an amp. That was common enough at the Spanish Castle Ballroom, the region s premier venue, given the area s signature sound: cheap amps cranked, sometimes stuck with toothpicks for maximum scorch. When a busted amp couldn t be patched with a chewing gum wrapper, Hendrix would offer his own rig along with his guitar skills. That and his smalltime bands like the Velvetones were the extent of his local music career. He was arrested for riding in a stolen car (by the Seattle Police Department, members of which held views like all Negroes carry knives ) and joined the army in 1961 to suspend his two-year sentence. The Spanish Castle, with its stucco towers and parapets ignited in neon, had opened off Highway 99 halfway between Tacoma and Seattle in 1931 to dodge both cities prohibition snitches and restrictions on public dancing. Initially a jazz joint, its attendance peaked during WWII, but the venue s historical significance culminated after.
6 In 1959 O Day booked the Fabulous Wailers fresh off the Top-10 hit Tall Cool One and a spot on Dick Clark to play the Castle on a Friday, and the venue found its second life, pulling crowds for local bands like the Dynamics, the Frantics, and the Sonics. That was the epitome of the place to play, says Sonics sax player Rob Lind. A sea of faces You d go home and be so excited you couldn t sleep. The Castle s dominion, though, soon ended. In 1966, three teens were hit by a car out front, and the venue was leveled in But a year before, Hendrix recorded Spanish Castle Magic, a psychedelic paean that takes the region s overdriven blues and kicks them as was his way into the cosmos Sonically Radical, Lyrically Less So The Sonics dirty sound, all overdrive and raw yowl, is that of this region. But have you read their lyrics lately? Punk geeks get breathless citing those, too: Witches! Psychos! Satan! According to Rob Lind, people weren t really listening to songs like The Witch, written by Gerry Roslie. They thought it was about witches and devils and evil. Really, it was Gerry s thing about women being mean to their boyfriends. As it happens, most evil Sonics songs The Witch, Psycho, He s Waitin took boilerplate, girls-are-mean sexism and garnished with occult hyperbole Funky Broadway In 2000 or so, a London DJ exhumed a 45 called Little Love Affair. This Northern Soul single, as the DJs called it, was soon fetching $1,500, $3,500 even. Its singer, Patrinell Staten, had been a rising Seattle soul star in the late 60s and had belted at Jimi Hendrix s funeral. From 1965 through 1975, funk and soul wailed until 4am at local venues like the Black and Tan Club and the Golden Crown, a bar above a Chinese restaurant on Jackson. Bands like the Black on White Affair, Robbie Hill s Family Affair, and Cold, Bold, and Together topped charts at KYAC, the Central District s soul station, beating national singles like Marvin Gaye s Trouble Man. Quincy Jones s brother, Lloyd Jones, a KYAC DJ, even pushed a Black on White Affair record into the hands of his famous brother, though little came of it.
7 While Quincy and his swing ilk found national fame, Seattle s soul stars weren t so fortunate. Disco signaled the genre s death knell, and the Central District scene faded. Its players either left the city or took jobs as teachers or returned, as in Staten s case, to the church choir. It wasn t until 2004 that some other crate-diggers local DJ Mr. Supreme and Seattle s Light in the Attic record label collected enough pieces to release a compilation called Wheedle s Groove. Absurdly and in a pattern repeated from Vic Meyers to Macklemore Seattle soul did produce one household name, the saxophonist from Cold, Bold, and Together, a white guy who d barely made the band: Kenny G Tupperware Whiz Kidz After hanging around punk club CBGB s in New York, Tomata du Plenty returned to Seattle and formed a band. When first here, du Plenty had been part of Ze Whiz Kidz a gay glam drag performance art troupe that d scandalized local audiences. On May 1, 1976, only nine days after the Ramones first album dropped, du Plenty and his new band, the Tupperwares, held the inaugural Seattle punk concert, likely the first on the West Coast. The Meyce and the Telepaths rounded out the bill at the TMT Show in Capitol Hill s Oddfellows Building. The Tupperwares played only a few more shows in Seattle before decamping to LA and changing their name to the Screamers Native Music Revival In 1900, a King County census found only 22 Native residents, and for the 60 years that followed Duwamish and Salish music was not performed in this area publicly. After WWII, Native populations rebounded, up to 7,391 in In 1972, a pair of folk music enthusiasts inaugurated Northwest Folklife the city s annual free music festival. Then laws like the Boldt Decision a ruling that half of the annual Washington fish catch belonged to tribes fostered cultural pride. After that, James Rasmussen, a Duwamish tribe member and musician, said in Before Seattle Rocked, we started having drum circles and sings. Those traditions have carried over to contemporary bands like Khu.éex, who blend funk and rock with Northwest Native storytelling. 1975
8 Opera Ringers Glynn Ross sells opera the way Madison Avenue sells beer, wrote The New York Times. By 1970, seven years into its run, the Seattle Opera s founding director already had skywriters and bumper stickers touting the art form: Opera Lives! In 1975, though, he wanted grandeur. He wanted The Ring of the Nibelungs, Richard Wagner s four-part, hardly performed opera cycle cut from the same Norse cloth as Tolkien s epic and totaling some 15 hours replete with dragons, gods, and magical titular jewelry. People figured it d bankrupt the little company. But The Ring sold out its first performances, culled international attention, and became a regional signature, performed yearly for a decade and intermittently thereafter (last in 2013), drawing aficionado respect and crowds of Ringheads Heart Battles the Creeps Heart s Wilson Sisters Confess: It Was Only Our First Time! read the caption below a picture of bare-shouldered Ann and Nancy Wilson. Their label, Mushroom Records, ran the ad in the National Informer. The Bellevue-born sisters who fronted Heart, then the country s most popular female-fronted hard rock band were livid at the incestuous insinuation. In Heart: In the Studio, Ann recounts the fight to get the ad removed: Pull this stuff back, we said. Shut up and tour, they said. While none of the men around seemed to mind, we really minded. The sisters signed to CBS records. Mushroom went to court, hoping to keep the band from finishing its next album. In 1977, a promoter got into Ann s dressing room and, having seen the creepy ad, asked where her lover was. She penned Barracuda, an indictment of how sleazy the record business was. Heart recorded it in a Westlake studio, and it became one of their biggest hits. In 2008, when Sarah Barracuda Palin wanted it as soundtrack at the RNC, Nancy Wilson shot back: Sarah Palin s views and values in no way represent us as American women The True Delights of Our Two Kennys Yes, Kenny G and Kenny Loggins (an Everett native) are punchlines, appropriating black genres and achieving the final steps in their de-evolutions: elevator jazz, yacht rock. But try turning on their 1980s hits Footloose, Danger Zone, and Songbird, all three of which cracked the Billboard top five and not feeling the distillation of an emotion too rare: delight. You may grin so intensely you feel it in your spinal cord. You may feel the impulse previously
9 unknown to you to raise an appreciative hand. You may find yourself suddenly on a moonstruck beach, your barely buttoned shirt fluttering with wind. Mr. G is not John Coltrane. The powers of Songbird are not transcendent. But they are in a quality perhaps corollary to delight ontological: If we re honest, how many of us may not exist without that sax? 1980S Backwater Punk Who started regional punk? The Sonics in 1964? The Tupperwares in 1976? Sure, but our most enduring and significant first punk band is the Fastbacks, which formed in The quartet of Kim Warnick, Lulu Gargiulo, Kurt Bloch, and an ever-rotating drummer (for a time Duff McKagan) played excellent, eminently catchy pop punk for over 20 years, though never achieved great fame. By the early 1980s Washington Hall and the Showbox were tour stops for major hardcore bands like Black Flag and Dead Kennedys moshing bodies ricocheted, Iggy Pop ripped his shirt off and local acts followed. The Fartz forged charging hardcore. The U-Men blended post-punk angularity with metal gloom. Green River and Malfunkshun and Melvins joined the fray, and by 1986 Seattle had enough of a scene to put together a locally popular, nationally insignificant compilation called Deep Six a harbinger of the city s ultimate scene Symphony Reunions This September the Seattle Symphony won Gramophone magazine s inaugural Orchestra of the Year award, beating out European heavyweights like Vienna and London. It did so on the strength of recordings from its independent record label, Seattle Symphony Media, started in But the groundwork for that success started in 1985, when our orchestra left the American Federation of Musicians to form the International Guild of Symphony, Opera, and Ballet Musicians. This break with the AFM gave Seattle Symphony leeway to become one of the most prolific symphonies in America, with more than 180 recordings Was the Voice of a Generation Actually Mudhoney?
10 By 1992, Seattle was in fashion. Sub Pop cofounder Jonathan Poneman a self-described fashion spaz penned an article for Vogue. Marc Jacobs took flannel and combat boots to the runway for a Perry Ellis collection. No band personified the scene s contradictions better than Mudhoney, who became sort of winking Marie Antoinettes. They contributed Overblown to the Singles soundtrack: Everybody loves us / Man, they give me the creeps. After financial troubles at Sub Pop, the band decamped to a major label (Reprise) and released Piece of Cake. It opens with a techno parody and ends with pseudo-country Acetone. Between is an amalgam of artistic lazing (there are fart noises) and smartass disdain for the feeding frenzy Evergreen Girl Power I have a f***ing right to be hostile, Kathleen Hanna proclaimed from the stage in the documentary The Punk Singer. I m not going to sit around and be peace and love with somebody s boot on my fucking neck. While Seattle had its share of female bands see 7 Year Bitch, see Hammerbox the city s venues were overrun with moshing dudes. Hanna and her band, Bikini Kill, formed at Evergreen State College in 1990 and led the Olympian charge to bring girls to the front, both rhetorically and physically. Their riot grrrl movement launched a multimedium assault on misogyny, racism, homophobia, and fat shaming. They held feminist fashion shows, published zines, and started a powerhouse music scene that launched the Kill Rock Stars label and bands like Bratmobile, the Third Sex, and Sleater-Kinney. Bikini Kill themselves released three full-length albums before Hanna created electropop-punk trio Le Tigre and her current band, the Julie Ruin. Whatever the genre, though, each is galvanized by Hanna s elastic, ecstatic voice here squealing, there belting, forever riveting KEXP to the World In 2000 KCMU became the first station on earth to stream high-quality internet radio 24 hours a day. The next year it changed its name to KEXP and provided a living template for what local radio can be: In 2016, its YouTube channel reached 500,000,000 views even as its DJs continue to uphold the city s artists. 2003
11 Our Class of Conscious Hip-Hop The Pacific Northwest take the spotlight now / My people pump your fist like you re Manny Pacquiao, rapped Geologic in the opening moments of the eponymous The Blue Scholars. With that Seattle had an answer to conscious hip-hop artists like Black Star and the Roots. Records from Common Market and Boom Bap Project quickly followed. Over crate-digging beats, MCs juxtaposed flurries of Seattle references (rain, the Ave, the Hill) with sesquipedalian bars as personal as they were political King County Meet Orange County In episode 20 of The O.C. s second season, as Marissa and Ryan try to bust an ecstasy dealer, Death Cab for Cutie commands the stage. The camera whips with amphetamine ardor as the band plays The Sound of Settling. If angst dominated our music from , then introspective melancholy ruled the next decade. Carissa s Wierd, Damien Jurado, Sunny Day Real Estate, and Pedro the Lion all proffered sadness readily. But Northwest indie reached its mainstream apotheosis when a couple of its bands played The O.C. Modest Mouse and Death Cab had both been active for years making well-reviewed and moderately popular albums like The Moon and Antarctica and Transatlanticism (they reached 120 and 97 on the Billboard 200, respectively). Then in The O.C. s first and second seasons both bands played live on the show, were featured on the soundtrack, and were repeatedly namechecked. Their subsequent records, both death-centric, rocketed up Billboard to 18 (Good News for People Who Love Bad News) and four (Plans). Though even as the show vaulted the music, it glibly dismissed it: It s like one guitar, one character, Summer, says of Death Cab, and a whole lot of complaining When Beard Oil Knew No Bounds
12 While Sub Pop s second major sound looked a lot like its first unkempt follicles, a fanatical devotion to faded outerwear it sounded nothing like it. Band of Horses and their song The Funeral fired the beard rock starting pistol, but Fleet Foxes and the Head and the Heart soon followed and comprised the city s buzziest bands, with pastoral harmonies as lifted as the mountains they revered & 2013 #1 Gimmick Why are the two biggest Seattle singles of the last 30 years Baby Got Back and Thrift Shop gimmicks? One s an unflappable ode to flapping asses, the other a goofy bargainhunting riff. Sure, both songs are irrationally catchy, instantly digestible, and backed by memorable videos you ll not likely forget Mix rapping in front of giant cheeks. And cultural permeation isn t equal to artistic achievement. So can the singles charts not bear serious art? Not quite: Kendrick Lamar and Childish Gambino held top spots recently. Smells Like Teen Spirit rose to number six only months before Baby Got Back. Perhaps we can glean only this: Never underestimate quite literally in the case of Thrift Shop the power of cheap laughs PRESENT Black to the Future Touted by most media as the first rappers signed to Sub Pop (they weren t), Shabazz Palaces did usher in a new era for the indie label, and in doing so, for Seattle. The duo s debut LP, Black Up, fused Afrofuturist jazz to esoteric rap. THEESatisfiaction, who d done a guest spot on the album, released awe naturale the next year, approaching genre as though it were a galaxy of interrelated planets to be taken in all at once soul, hip-hop, psychedelia, funk. THEESatisfaction later split into solo acts, SassyBlack and Stas THEE Boss, who along with Shabazz remain fixtures in the local hip-hop scene. They ve been joined by newcomers who even as they find new expressions, the deftly diffuse DoNormaal, the Latinx bump of Guayaba keep it dazzlingly nebulous.
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BOOK 1, PART 3, LESSON 4 THE FORGIVING FATHER THE BIBLE: Luke 15:11-32 THEME: We can discover what Jesus wants us to do and be by hearing the parables Jesus told. PREPARING FOR THE LESSON MAIN IDEA: Jesus
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ART ZHANG Shows & Productions PAGE 1 of 5 I. ANNUAL SCHOOL CONCERT DURING CHRISTMAS SEASON 2014 Vancouver Talmud Torah Hanukkah concert and month school assemblies 2013 Esther Starkman Christmas Concert
Life Dates: 1840-1893 Country of Origin: Russia Musical Era: Romantic I grew up in a quiet spot and was saturated from earliest childhood with the wonderful beauty of Russian popular song. I am therefore
1 Tom and Daisy That spring, the sun shone every day. I was lonely at first in the East. But I felt that this was the real beginning of my life. I walked in the fresh air. I bought books. I worked hard.
Christmas Theme: The Greatest Gift OVERVIEW Key Point: Jesus is the greatest gift of all. Bible Story: The wise men brought gifts Bible Reference: Matthew 2:1-2 Challenge Verse: And we have seen and testify
1 Natalie W. Bell January 4, 2015 Epiphany Sunday Following the Wise Men What s Your Star? Matthew 2:1-12 Has anything grabbed your attention lately? What was it? And could it be God could God be using
369961 1 Psycho Analysis - Holden Caulfield By Dr. 369961 Patient Overview For the past 26 weeks of meeting with Holden Caulfield it has been noticeable that he has many different emotional and possibly
LESSON 2: JESUS, THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD, IS BORN Leader Guide for One Room Classroom: M y Classroom Luke 2:1-20 06/06/2016 Teachers Dig In Dig In to the Bible Read: Luke 2:1-20 In This Passage: Mary and
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2 Contents: Grammar of phrasal verbs 2 Deal with 3 Come across 5 Get on with 7 Look after 9 Pick up 11 Review 1 13 Put on 14 Take off 16 Look into 18 Turn down 20 Look forward to 22 Review 2 23 Answers
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Lesson 8 Descriptive Essays Description is not a distinct mode of writing, like expository, narrative, and persuasive, but the ability to write descriptively is essential to a host of writing genres. Many
THE STORY FOR LITTLE ONES: Preschool LESSON GUIDE: Lesson 2 5 ABRAHAM FOLLOWS GOD Bible Basis: Genesis 12:1 9, 17; 21:1 7 Bible Verse: Abram believed the Lord. The Lord accepted Abram because he believed.
The Early Church Peter Preaches After Denying Lesson 1 LESSON OVERVIEW Key Point: Jesus makes a difference in people s lives. Repeat this phrase throughout the lesson. Bible Story: Mark 14:66-72 Challenge
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World-class theatre for children Activity Pack The Jolly Postman Warm up game This exercise needs a clear space! The centre of the room is called home. When the group hear the word home all pupils must
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A Note to Parents This Wordbook contains all the sight words we will be studying throughout the year plus some additional enrichment words. Your child should spend some time each week studying this Wordbook
I CAN DO IT LYRICS 1)ICAN DO IT Hello boys and girls, it s so good to see your face I love to come to this happy place Where we sing and laugh and learn and play Let s put one thumb up, two thumbs up Point
Sarfati, Aaron MIT 21M030 Ruckert December 7, 2006 The Samba Experience In examining and researching a foreign culture, there are two ways one may go about conducting the research: 1) reading and studying
Moses and Pharaoh (The Ten Plagues) Teacher Pep Talk: Stubborn Pharaoh was stubborn. In fact, he was SO stubborn that, after he hardened his heart so many times, God finally hardened it for him. God had
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The Crucible Study Guide Answers Act I: 1. As the play begins, why has Reverend Parris sent for a doctor? His daughter Betty is sick as if in a coma 2. What advice does the doctor send back? That he can
The band Level: 2º E.S.O. Grammar: Present simple, frequency adverbs and word order Functions: describing habits and routines; asking for and giving personal information; talking about abilities Vocabulary:
Music Strand 02: Popular Music of the 20 th & 21 st Centuries Blues The blues is a style that was developed by the rural African American population in the southern states of America during the late 19
A Chair for My Mother written and illustrated by Vera B. Williams My mother works as a waitress in the Blue Tile Diner. After school sometimes I go to meet her there. Then her boss Josephine gives me a
LIFE OF CHRIST from the gospel of Luke Lesson 13 Journey to the Cross: Jesus is Arrested/ Peter Denies Jesus Luke 22:31-34;47 34;47-71 71 Mission Arlington/Mission Metroplex Curriculum/Life of Christ/Gospel
WWW.MRSCARRION.WEBS.COM Name: First Grade High Frequency /Spelling Words Indicate Words that become decodable and are included in blending lines and word work for that week. 1. can 2. I 3. we 4. like 5.
PHRASAL VERBS INTRODUCTION Phrasal verbs have two parts: a verb (e.g.: put, take, get, give, go, etc) and one or sometimes two "small words" (e.g.: on, up, out, in, etc) which go with the verb. Compare: