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She-roe Amy Johnson by Sofia-Luiza Timosina

She-roeAmy Johnson
Amy Johnson, CBE (1 July 1903 – 5 January 1941) was a pioneering English aviator and was the first female pilot to fly alone from Britain to Australia. Flying solo or with her husband, Jim Mollison, she set numerous long-distance records during the 1930s. She flew in the Second World War as a part of the Air Transport Auxiliary and died during a ferry flight.


Early life
Amy Johnson was born in Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, and was educated at Boulevard Municipal Secondary School (later Kingston High School) and the University of Sheffield, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics. She then worked in London as secretary to a solicitor, William Charles Crocker. She was introduced to flying as a hobby, gaining an aviator's certificate, No. 8662, on 28 June 1929, and a pilot's "A" Licence, No. 1979, on 6 July 1929, both at the London Aeroplane Club under the tutelage of Captain Valentine Baker. In that same year, sh…

Outing Updates!

Important dates: 
June 10th- Volkekundemusem Visit

June 20th- University Visit  Meet at Dammtor station by Dunkin’ Donuts at 15:30! 
June 25th - Green Peace Exhibit  Meet at 13:45 at Hongkongstra├če 10


July 1st - Stand Up Paddling  Plan on meeting at 9:45- location to be determined  10-14 Uhr  *Bring a change of clothes, suncream, and a towel

July 03rd (Monday) 9:50-13:30
Play rehearsals School

July 13th (Thurs.)
Play rehearsals
time & place will be given!


July 14th -Dress Rehearsals &  Play Performance 
Time TBD

Gestli's mind-map of Albania

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American Inventors-Women & Men
http://www.biographyonline.net/people/women-who-changed-world.html

http://www.biographyonline.net/scientists/top-10-inventors.html

https://youtu.be/Kp0R2GkndRg
10 Top Inventors of all time

https://youtu.be/BJUOEWNwS-g
10 Top inventions by women

Who Am I? by Gestli

Who am I?”


We all start fresh on our journey,
not new to the world but unique to ourselves,
a long way is waiting to be discovered,
all just by yourself.


We have many meanings,
we are divided into these,
they are what makes us the person who we reflect,
But knowledge nor experience shall keep you apart
from realizing what you want.


We are humans in bones,
our fists look strong,
the outer look is just a superficial feature,
your whole is inside you,
You have to dig harder to find it new.


We can have dreams, traditions, expectations, hopes, likes and dislikes,
Our behavior is not a cruel robot,
A feeling’s company is only for humans,
Wherever you go, you keep them locked in your pockets.


We are not meant to be defined from our life situation,- many say
If there is something that you should now,
is YOU and the magic sparks inside you,
Never underestimate the power of the hero inside yourself


You just have to find it out!
























“ TO BE ”


To be a person like you,
it is difficult but it is true,
we all are made from matter…

Possibility to Make-up Hours!!

Dear ACCESS,

We would like to offer you two events where you could make up 2 hours (one Wednesday class) of class time in order to get your attendance percentage up. In order for you to get the 2 (possible of 4) make-up hours you must do as follows:

1. Attend the event- (also need to register, see more info below), check in with Ms. Swanson that you are there at the event.
2. Write a two paragraph essay about the event. The essay can take any format and cover any topic i.e. what you found most interesting, something you learned, how the event impacted you personally, etc. This essay must be sent no later than a week after the event to the gmail account!

Here are the two event possibilities:

1. Event on Thursday May 11th from 3:30-5:30pm at the US Consulate General Hamburg on the topic of: "The Role of the US Government: How the US protects and ensures political, individual and economic freedom."

You MUST register for this event by Tuesday May 8th via email to pep.fachschaft…

Peanut Butter Jelly Time!

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An staple in the American diet: what did you all think?

"It wasn't as bad as I thought!"
"I really like it with bananas and peanut butter and jelly"
"I really like the crunchy"
"I really like the creamy"
"I guess the peanut butter makes the celery taste ok"
"I love peanut butter!"