The revival of the right of pledge

What happens in cases of commingling of similar goods, one of which is encumbered with a right of pledge? Is the right of pledge extinguished by the commingling? On 14 August 2015, the Supreme Court responded to these questions.

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Inferring with Primary Students: The Case of the Missing Toy Sack

Inferring with Primary Students: Christmas Inference Detectives Activities for  Kindergarten and First-Grade Inferring with Primary Students: Kindergarten and First-Grade Inferring is an important comprehension skill for young readers to have and I love giving them lots of practice with this skill.  We infer each week with the story we are reading, but I also like […]

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“Hacked” insolvencies of crypto exchanges

Have you ever invested on crypto exchanges? Whether the answer is yes or no, it is worth following their development and learning from the unfolding dramas of their failures. Faced with the unknown terrain of the crypto world, insolvency rules are tested.

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Royal ribbons - tying together?

Royal decorations are great things. Public reward is a cement of society, to no less an extent than punishment. So step over your lowly envy and commit yourself to the hassle of organisation and administration in order to put forward suitable candidates.

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Royal ribbons - tying together?

Royal decorations are great things. Public reward is a cement of society, to no less an extent than punishment. So step over your lowly envy and commit yourself to the hassle of organisation and administration in order to put forward suitable candidates.

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“Hacked” insolvencies of crypto exchanges

Have you ever invested on crypto exchanges? Whether the answer is yes or no, it is worth following their development and learning from the unfolding dramas of their failures. Faced with the unknown terrain of the crypto world, insolvency rules are tested.

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How to Get Started with Writer’s Workshop in Kindergarten and First Grade

Do you struggle with how to get started? Writer’s Workshop is one of the most powerful components in Kindergarten and First Grade classrooms. In Writing, students are encoding words that come from their thoughts and feelings, which is a much easier skill than decoding.  Successful writers become successful readers! So, how do you get started?  […]

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Scarecrow Read Aloud Lesson Plans and More!

Scarecrow themed lesson plans are just perfect for fall!  We love the book, Scarecrow by Cynthia Rylant (affiliate link) and your class will too! Scarecrow Read Aloud This book is flat-out adorable!   Students fall in love with his gentle nature!  This is a book they beg to hear again and again, which makes it perfect […]

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Spider Informational Text Activities

Spider informational text activities for kindergarten and first grade?   You got it! Done and done! Deedee and I were asked for more informational texts in our Guiding Readers units,  so we added a stand-alone edition.  As you know, these units are week-long close reading lessons that really allow students to dive in deeper.  The teacher […]

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