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Nach der Veröffentlichung der Lernziele für die Klasse vor zwei Wochen, wurden - ebenfalls in der Perlentruhe - von Gazelle solche Wandplakate auch für...

Lernziele Deutsch für die 3. Klasse

Eine gute Idee: In der Perlentruhe wurden von donnaanna Lernziele für Mathematik für das dritte Schuljahr zum Aufhängen gewünscht, so dass die Kinder im L...

General map of the distances and the historic capitals, Korea, roughly 1470. Based on two Chinese maps from the 14th century that were brought to Korea in 1368, and put together to one new map around 1402. The geographical knowledge shown on the map beyond China and Korea is from 14th century trade connections within the Mongol Empire. On the western edge of the map the names Marseille and Sevilla have been identified. The depiction of the Cape of Good Hope is the 2nd-earliest known to date.

General map of the distances and the historic capitals, Korea, roughly 1470. Based on two Chinese maps from the 14th century that were brought to Korea in 1368, and put together to one new map around 1402. The geographical knowledge shown on the map beyond China and Korea is from 14th century trade connections within the Mongol Empire. On the western edge of the map the names Marseille and Sevilla have been identified. The depiction of the Cape of Good Hope is the 2nd-earliest known to date.

The surname Kong, or 孔, which belongs to descendants of Confucius, is prevalent in the sage's home province of Shandong. Names are not the only way in which there is regional variation in China, of course. For instance, take height: Northern Chinese people, who for centuries have subsisted on a wheat-based diet, are typically taller than kin the south, who have historically eaten more rice. Interestingly, the Chinese word for “tall,” written as 高, is the 15th most common surname in the…

The surname Kong, or 孔, which belongs to descendants of Confucius, is prevalent in the sage's home province of Shandong. Names are not the only way in which there is regional variation in China, of course. For instance, take height: Northern Chinese people, who for centuries have subsisted on a wheat-based diet, are typically taller than kin the south, who have historically eaten more rice. Interestingly, the Chinese word for “tall,” written as 高, is the 15th most common surname in the…