Have You Heard The News
Have You Heard the News? gives kids a first glimpse at some of the red flags they need to watch out for as they grow up in a media-driven world. As Bria, the Ladybug, and her frog friend, Oakland Jack, set out to enjoy a day in the park, their fun is almost ruined by a panicky duck's misunderstanding of current events as reported in a local newspaper.
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Music by Jay Althouse. SATB, a cappella Choral Octavo. Everything you have come to love and expect from a Jay Althouse Christmas spiritual, and a whole lot more. Lively and quick lyrics, solid rhythmic hooks, and refreshing parallel chords fill every phrase, followed by melodic riffs from the men's section. A contrasting middle section gently holdsCategory: Choral Octavo.
· Have you heard implies something else is going to be said, or that it might have happened several times already. If it is finished with that Sally broke her leg, it is perfectly fine. It's true, it happened in the past, and it's certainly not an ongoing thing, and the news will probably elicit a question of the specified time.
Examples: "Do you have anything to say?" "Have you heard the news about the prettiest girl in school?" "Now, it’s your turn to ask questions." "Does that make sense to you?" 2. Restriction Restriction in communication refers to any limitation you may have as aspeaker. Also, this strategy constrains or restricts the Response of the other person involved in the Communication Situation.
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