Each nation has memorable dates on its calendar. These are the days that everyone should remember. The days that changed the history of the country.
On the March 8 is the celebration of our mothers, grandmothers, sisters, nternational Women's Day. We give them presents and say kind words of gratitude. And, of course, the most favorite holiday of all children is the New Year, which is celebrated on January 1.
The calendar of the country still has many memorable dates. But the main thing is not what is written on the calendar, but what each of us feels in our hearts for these dates.
Introduction In the 1940s new legislation aimed to remove Beveridge’s five ‘giant evils’ of Want, Disease, Idleness, Ignorance and Squalor (NICE 2010). This was due to a shift in political ideology from the individualistic to the collective because the Labour government at this time believed …Read more
Introduction Dental caries (also known as tooth decay or a cavity) is a disease where bacteria (in the presence of food) damage the hard tooth structure (Enamel, Dentin and Cementum). Acs et al. (1992) showed that three year-olds with nursing caries (caries caused due to …Read more
Introduction The popularity of Credit Derivatives first came into play at the early 1990s, when Demchak (Team leader at JP Morgan, responsible for creating CDO’s) and his team have invented these financial instruments (Eisinger 2008). After the failure of the Bretton woods system in 1971, …Read more
Indicate the implications of the changes for the education system. Introduction I am going to start firstly, by looking at how the family was in the years of the industrial revolution and how education was shaped and changed in this period. Secondly, I will look …Read more
Abstract A literature review concerned with the role of play in early years learning. Two contrasting views, and a third which lies midway between the two, are discussed. A number of articles, books and government documents are considered critically.The arguments for structured play are considered …Read more
ABSTRACT The history of crime in Britain is inevitably dominated by the explosion of criminality in the last 30 years (Donohue, 1998). Research into the prevalence of crime rates in the UK has identified the nature of macroeconomic forces that fuel the crime rate and …Read more
Carol Dweck, in an article entitled “Who Will the 21st-Century Learners Be? ” discusses the characteristics of 21st-century students, their attitude towards learning as well as their hierarchy of values . She based her conclusions on AASL document describing appropriate standards for learners of 21st …Read more
Although the 21st century has just begun, there have been many scientific inventions during the first decade of it, among which iPod is no doubt one of the greatest. iPod is a portable media player designed and marketed by Apple and launched on October 23, …Read more
Michael Kevin Edgar B. Mangao 1POL3 A Review Journal on Karunungan for Logic Alfredo P. Co Doing Philosophy in the Philippines: Fifty Years Ago and Fifty Years from Now A Review Journal The Article centers on the flourish of Philosophy in the Philippines, how it …Read more
The focus of this paper is on the assessment processes used in descriptive studies of children, aged 3-4 years, who are learning English. We adopt mainly classroom assessments with naturally occurring performance tasks and used multiple intelligence theory to assess their progress. In so doing …Read more