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The Seven Laws of Teaching by John Milton GregoryThe Seven Laws of Teaching wonderfully summarizes timeless basic principles of teaching and learning. There is a great deal of wisdom and food for thought in this slim volume and I’d commend it to any teacher. At first, the laws seemed simple, but Gregory takes the observable, fundamental elements of the classroom and expounds them in ways that made me consider how I had used those elements in recent experiences teaching and writing curriculum. Like Gregory expresses in the sixth law, I was reproducing, verifying and applying the knowledge of his laws naturally and effectively. The Seven Laws of Teaching is a practical reminder of the structure that goes into planning and executing lessons and would be fruitful for any educator to read.
Sets in the DC Comics theme mostly revolve around Batman and his rogues gallery, but other heroes such as Superman , Wonder Woman , Aquaman , Flash and Green Lantern have appeared, although only Superman actually has some foes from his series that appears in a box set Lex Luthor , Brainiac , Darkseid and General Zod. However, in , Lego started making sets for heroes besides Batman and Superman. Most of the sets are very similar to sets from the previous Batman theme, but are now fully comic-based and have a more colorful and cartoony approach to the source material, as opposed to the darker colors used in the original theme, which was mostly based on Batman: The Animated Series. Many of the minifigures from the original theme which were based on their animated series counterparts such as The Joker , Harley Quinn , Poison Ivy , and Two-Face , and have been changed to resemble a comic-inspired iteration. Characters who already were based on the comic books such as Catwoman , Bane , and The Riddler have changed the least, only being updated with new prints, and colors and in Riddler's case, a new mould, the Small Clown 's bowler hat. One of the few comic book based Superman sets. Most characters color schemes have remained the same, except for Two-Face's, which has drastically changed from white and black to orange and purple.
In Metropolis , the civilians are living their everyday lives until Superman arrives to save them much to their confusion, as there was nothing to be saved from. As it turns out, it was actually Bizarro who arrived and he mistakes an octopus ride in a playground as a real gigantic octopus torturing children. Luckily, Superman arrives to fix Bizarro's mess. Superman quickly decides that Bizarro needs a home away from Earth so he won't cause trouble and takes Bizarro to a cubic planet with backwards physics. Bizarro soon comes to accept his new home and decides to stay. After one year passes, Giganta is seen attacking Metropolis. While the Justice League deals with her, Batman soon discovers there's more to the rampage than meets the eye.
It is a superhero action-adventure comedy, based on the DC Comics and Lego brands. Animation and distributed by Warner Bros. Flash arrives late after stopping for food and catching Captain Cold and Captain Boomerang. The Justice League is upset with his impulsive decisions when a yellow, vibrating speedster taunts Flash for his inferior speed. Following a chase, Flash wakes up in his bed the next day; after recognizing the events from the previous day, Flash realizes he traveled back in time to the morning of that day and is able to stop the Joker.