Title: Chain Reaction & When The Going Medley
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Chain Reaction" is an R&B song, sung by Diana Ross, and written by the Bee Gees. The track was released on Ross's 1985 album Eaten Alive, and as a single twice - in 1985 and again in 1986. According to the Gibbs’ biography, the brothers had initial reservations about offering the song to Ross in case it was too Motown-like for her. The single became Ross's second No. 1 hit in the UK Singles Chart. The song also hit No. 1 in Australia, also reaching the top of the charts in Ireland and Zimbabwe
When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going" is a 1985 song co-written and originally recorded by English singer Billy Ocean in 1985. Written by Wayne Brathwaite, Barry Eastmond, Mutt Lange and Billy Ocean, the song was used as the theme song for the Michael Douglas film, The Jewel of the Nile. The saxophone solo is by Vernon Jeffrey Smith
Below you can download the Chain Reaction text, supporting activities and teacher notes. There is also a set of supplementary materials if you would like to extend work around this text. All seems to be going well on the cruise ship when suddenly there is a most unusual disruption. Louise Cooper’s very short story, previously unpublished, forms the basis of the latest kit for younger teens. Below you can download the Chain Reaction text, supporting activities and teacher notes. You can download an audio file of the text being read too, or listen to it here: Chain Reaction.
A strategy game for 2 to 8 players. The objective of Chain Reaction is to take control of the board by eliminating your opponents' orbs. Players take it in turns to place their orbs in a cell. Once a cell has reached critical mass the orbs explode into the surrounding cells adding an extra orb and claiming the cell for the player. A player may only place their orbs in a blank cell or a cell that contains orbs of their own colour. As soon as a player looses all their orbs they are out of the game.
About chain reaction cycles.
This first chain reaction is called the herringbone configuration on Makezine. Basically, the herringbone involves balancing craft sticks on top of blocks. We used Keva planks to hold up the craft sticks. It takes a steady hand to set up – maybe age 8+? We had a blast with this but also wanted to find an option that Owen (age . ) could handle. So we trie. lastic cups! This is a great option for younger kids. The cups are very stable, and they don’t move during the reaction so you could actually set it up a second time without much work. Step 3: To set off the reaction, simply remove one of the starting blocks! Then have fun experimenting with different designs! This is kind of addictiv. lever Levers Chain Reaction. We also saw this chain reaction on make. This chain reaction is easy to build, but wow is it impressive! It’s over fast, but very exciting.
|A||Chain Reaction & When The Going Medley||4:12|
|B||What Is It ?||3:14|
|JS 12274||Fun For Club*||Chain Reaction & When The Going Medley (12")||Jump & Shout||JS 12274||Netherlands||1986|
|248600-0||Fun For Club*||Chain Reaction & When The Going Medley (12", Maxi)||Wea||248600-0||France||1986|