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1941-Present – Born in Chicago in 1941.  – Spent two years in the Peace Corps in Ethiopia where he taught eighth grade English and science.   – Krashen pursued a Ph.D. in Linguistics at the University of California, Los Angeles, culminating with his 1972 dissertation "Language and the Left Hemisphere." – Took up a Ph.D. ..

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1955 – He was born in Khabarovsk, Soviet Union Russia. 1985 – He took his doctoral degree at Novosibirsk University, and a higher degree at Leningrad State University. 1987 – He had a position in Novosibirsk until this year, when he left the Soviet Union. 1990 – He became a professor at the University of ..

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1937 – He received his master’s degree at Vanderbilt University. 1944 – He ascended the pulpit of the Broadway Church of Christ in Lubbock, beginning a 13-year ministry that included construction oversight for the largest Church of Christ building in the world.          – Married to Helen Mattox. 1956 – He joined Helen’s brother ..

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1921- Born in Lincoln Ridge, Ky.; birth of a US civil rights leader and a social worker and educator who became executive director of the National Urban League   1947 -After military service during World War II, he earned a master’s degree in social work from the University of Minnesota.   1947-1954 -He helped positions ..

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1774 – He worked in the Commission for National Education   1785 – Made the play Sarmatismthat presents the entire cultural formation as obsolete and barbarian.   1794 – He took part in the Kosciuszko Uprising.   1795 – He became a priest and he gave up his literature career   1821 – Zablocki passed ..

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1328 – Birth of the precursor of the Protestant Reformation   1377-1378 – views became more radical and he officially rejected the biblical basis of papal authority in his statement called De potestate papae – insisted on the scripture’s primacy of truth and advocated for theological reform   1377 – forced to appear before the ..

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1909 – Born on the 8th of January in Ogden, Utah. 1929 – She graduated from the University of Utah and married Myron Douglas Wood that same year. 1930 – She helped her husband in his missionary activities and then began teaching in a high school in Utah. 1947 – She received a master’s degree ..

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1950 – Jody Williams, born on the 9th of October in Putney, Vermont. She is an American teacher and aid worker. 1972 – First trained as a teacher of English as a Second Language (ESL), receiving a BA from the University of Vermont. 1974 – Received a Master’s degree in teaching Spanish and ESL from ..

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1750 – Born in Boston, Mass on the 20th of May. 1770 – He went to France as secretary to Benjamin Franklin. 1785 – He studied military science; returned to the United States and settled in Philadelphia. 1801 – He entered the United States Army as major of the Second Regiment of Artillerists and Engineers ..

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1694 – Born on the 26th of August. 1711 – He was educated at Harvard, graduating, at the age of seventeen. 1722 – He studied divinity with his father and was ordained a clergyman. 1726 – Served the church at Wethersfield, when he became fourth Rector of Yale College, serving in that capacity for thirteen ..

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