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children — Christina, Michael, David, and Catherine—for their sup- port and patience during the long hours away from them to finish this book.
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Praising Children

In 1969 Nathaniel Branden said that high self-esteem is the main foundation for parenting and has dominated since. It is incredibly important for us all to have a feeling of self-worth and acceptance, but as- children are been praised too much. Are we given the skills to work at a goal instead of expecting to complete it easily because we are told we are "smart"? Are we set up for failure by being told how smart we are, when in all actuality maybe we are right where we should be: in the middle? I have a feeling that the way we praise and are been praised is going to change; not that teachers and parents are going to be overly critical of their children and students, but that the way they encourage their

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Smacking children

Smacking children Parents all over the world use smacking in the purpose of discipline, even though in reality it is child abuse. Children's behaviour needs to be controlled but they shouldn't be suffering. Firstly it seems to me that parents who continuously beat their children don't care about them. Although few slight slaps for punishment are enough parents still beat them hard. Parents should be the ones who protect children not the ones who children have to be afraid of. In addition some parents equate smacking with discipline although these two are not the same. Teaching is discipline, smacking is punishment. Parents who don't smack their children still discipline them. They are just using ways that don't involve pain. Moreover the law is against all kinds of physical punishments. Some parents still keep beating their children. They think that it's their own business how they raise their kids but law is for everybody

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Children while young

I think that there are not the right age for having children. It is so individual how people get ready to having them. Some of them are mature already in beginning of 20´s, therefore some people are not mentally adult even on their 30´s. Or like one of my relatives says that the best combination is young healthy woman and an older wealthy man. Also, the term young is very relative. Concidering the age of woman giving birth for the first time is about 25. It has been increased very much comparing with the ten years back time and

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Having children while young

throught. However, for every plus side there is a minus. For one thing, you have to spend all day with your kid and can't go out when ever you want to. Sometimes when you are getting a child while you are still studying in a school you have to drop out of scool and go to work. But that means you cant acquire better knowledge , that can help you get a better job in the future. To sum up, although some people think that having children while young is good, but i think that it isnt because you cant go out with your friends so much and you have to wake up in the middle of the night when your child is crying.

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Having children while young

Having children while young In my opinion, having children while young is a bad thing, but there are some good thing also. It's a bad thing, because you can't finish school on time. Another point is that you don't have enough money to support the baby. Diapers are very expensive. You are not as experienced in the world, less wise so not only less wisdom to pass on to the kids, but less wisdom on effectively raising your children. You can't enjoy your young and single life, because you have do nurture your child. On the plus side you are much more energetic than some older parents. You will be younger when they grow up and move out, giving you more freedom earlier on. You will see more of their lives before you pass on. For example, many of my friend got a child when they were still in school and they are happy about the baby but also they are so sad because they dropped put of school to raise their kid.

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Childhood

Hi! I am 35 years old. I live with my husband and we have two kids: Oliver and Merilin. Oliver is 10 years old and Merilin is 7 years old. Before getting these two kids, me and my husband used to live in a flat in the centre of the city. But when I get pregnant for the first time, we decided to move in a house in Nõmme. It's a beautiful place to live. My favourite, because I lived there when I was younger. It's also nice that we have a big backyard where our children can play and just spend time. Me and my husband can also spend good time there. We usually grill there or have parties with our friends. When Oliver and Merilin were young, about 2 years old, I never scream when they did something wrong because they're only children, they don't know anything about life and doing something right or wrong yet. When they grew up, went to school and sometimes got bad marks, I didn't yell at them. I think it's very wrong

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The Life of Indigenous Australian Children.

The Life of Indigenous Australian Children The forced removal of indigenous children happened in every state and territory of Australia. The separation of Aboriginal children started in Victoria and New South Wales as early as 1885 and, in some states, was not stopped until the 1970s. About 85% of Aboriginal families have been affected in some way, either by having children taken away from them or by being forced to make major decisions to avoid having their children taken. Mothers of some Aboriginal children would cover their fair-skinned children with black clay; hide them in trees, behind sand dunes, or in hollow logs. Families were moving constantly, to keep one step ahead of "welfare." Some families said that they were Italian, Maori, or Greek, leaving their true identity to themselves to escape the strict control of the white "protector." The removal of these children from their families affected more than just a few people. In

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The Ideal School for my children

The Ideal School for my children The ideal school for my children is an independent,nonprofit school that provides a comprehensive educational program for children of all abilities. The program would be designed to address each student's unique academic, social, and emotional needs while reinforcing individual strengths, interests, and abilities. Differentiated, individualized instruction is based on the learning style of each child. Most science classes would take place outdoors. Children would be exposed to great literature, art, and music and encouraged to make their own relationships with these works. Children would have guidance in setting long-and short-term goals. Teachers would serve as mentors and facilitators, sharing their educational passions and helping children learn to help themselves. The children would be completely free to set up their own schedules. However, they would be held accountable for achieving their goals every week. There would be no grades until 7

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The ideal school for my children

24.03.09 The ideal school for my children The ideal school for my children would be communication-based, blending aspects of social work, conflict resolution, team building, and traditional learning. Classes would be limited to fifteen students, a size small enough to allow individual attention but large enough to furnish the feeling of belonging to a group. In addition, academic lessons would be split into two halves. The first half would be a basic skills seminar, and the second an advanced class. Students would be able to

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Monologue

Some people say that children should be given a chance to solve their problems on their own. Some people say that parents should make all their children’s decisions until the children are 18. By the law of our country, parents have the right to make important decisions about their children's lives. Parental obligations end when a child reaches the age of majority, which is 18 years old. Until that, parents are free to make all decisions relating to the welfare of their child as they see fit. Because of that law, some people say that parents should make all their children’s decisions until the children are 18. However, other people say that

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Advertising has a bad influence on children

Kristin Loit Advertising has a bad influence on children Advertising is one way of marketing. The aim of advertising is to get people's attention that people would buy one particular company's products or services. Commercials and ads are not only directed to adults but also for children's. The good thing of advertising is that it helps us to become aware of the products in the market and the bad thing is the negative effect on childrens. To begin with, childrens are defenseless. They do not understand the ads or

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Should children be encouraged to do sports?

Should children be encouraged to do sports? The majority of parents do not know how to make their children understand the importance of exercising, especially because of the amout of technology no child will rather go out and play football than sitting at home and watching TV or playing video games. Should we encourage children to do sports? Firstly, doing sports is important for our health and if children do not do sports it may cause health conditions when they get older for example overweight. Choosing an exercise should be appropriated to the child's age and development. A good thing to do is to take the child for a walk, swimming pool or even to play a video game Wii. Secondly, sports makes children more active and playful, which develops their minds. Sports influence people mental health and it helps to decrease stress, anxiety and depression when you get older.

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The family who turned back the clock.

The family who turned back the clock. When Malcolm Jones woke up last Monday, he heard the birds singing. Not remarkable, you might think, especially given that he lives near a forest. But birdsong in the Jones household is usually drowned by a tidal wave of electronic music crashing around the house as soon as his four children wake up. This is a family who have chosen to fill their home with every conceivable gadget. They have nine television sets, including one in each bedroom and in the kitchen. All the children have their own personal computers and CD players. Of course, there are all the usual appliances we all take for granted, such as the washing machine, tumble drier, dishwasher, deep freeze, microwave oven, and video recorder, but they also have an electric trouser press, two power showers, an Olympic-sized

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For and against homeschooling

For and against for it but homeschoolers parents to this to give their children better education. homeschooling On the other hand homeschooling costs more because parents have to buy books and workbooks in every subject and every year. State More and more families are deciding to homeschool their children

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Should parents be obliged to immunize their children against childhood diseases?

Should parents be obliged to immunize their children against childhood diseases? Or do individuals have the right to choose not to immunize their children? Some people argue that the state has the right to make parents immunize their children. It seems to me that immunisation is necessary because it stops spreading diseases all over the world. Preventive medicine is a very useful way to eradicate illnesses because by applying it we do not need to cure diseases or treat their symptoms, we just prevent them. Every year thousand of children’s lives are saved thanks to timely vaccination. In addition, history also demonstrates us that childhood illnesses of previous centuries such

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The importance of education

The importance of education Education is one of the most important part in our today's society. Children are our future and educating them is really necessary. In the first place, giving children education is really important, because they are our future leaders, teachers and they have to develop our government for centuries. Moreover, schools, highschools and even universities teach some of the things you will have to encounter in your life after studies and have to step to work-life. In Fact, you will probably have to make presentations, CV-s and know how to communicate correctly with people. Furthermore, education gives you experience you can always relay on. It

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Should parents limit the time their children use computers?

Should parents limit the time their children use computers? Computer ­ what is it? Are computers our friends or enemies? Computers were invented in the last century especially to make people`s life easier. When there were no computers in the world, everything was much more complicated. Information spreaded slowly and if we wanted to write our friends, we must wait for a long time that the letter would reach the place. Nowadays computers are very common and almost everyone has it at home. Computer is very

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The influence of television

many channels and some were Finnish. Today there are big variety of channels, both cable and public television network, but technically Estonia has gone over to digital television. Television came more popular in Estonia in the 1970's, when there were more coloured TV's published. Almost every home had at least one TV. Television wasn't just for watching different channels, but also for gaming, like Super Mario, which actually was called ,,TV game" amongst little children. Television has the potential to unite communities, provide information to allow positive cultural, social and environmental change, and to create a true global village. It also has the potential to alienate, desocialise, to promote aggressive and negative behaviours, provide negative and inappropriate role models to our children, and to create negative values such as values of consumption and possession. TV has a big influence amongst younger people, because

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We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children

Clean air is our most valuable resource, but it is getting more and more polluted, in the same way as the water. For example, the pollution of water kills hundreds of thousands of birds and water animals. As a result of pollution , there are holes in the ozone layer, which in its turn loses some of its protection. Pollution is also the cause of acid rain, which damages the forests. In conclusion, we cannotonly consider with our needs, we have to think more broadly. In the future our children will need the same resources in the same way as we do. If we do not consider with the others' needs, and increase the overconsumption even more, then we will finally destroy our planet.

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Some people say that board games are only for small children

Some people say that board games are only for small children. If someone says "board game" then people will start think about small kids playing snake and ladders. I agree that that kind of board games is for childrens but nowadays there is very much dice games for grown-ups too. The most famous adults board game is chess. Much children can play it too, but still it needs little bit bigger brain and someway it likes for intelligent people more than the others. Another board game for grown-ups is "Cashflow", it is the game which teaches how to invest your money and how to get it work for yourself. It is quite hard game and needs previously knowledge but it teaches you something that you can't learn from school. That is the problem why

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Majandussotsioloogia 4. seminari kodutöö: The Price and Value of Children

ERLE MAIDO 155635TAAB11 21.09.2015 Laste hind ja väärtus 1. Milliste muutustega ühiskonnas on seotud lastele omistatud väärtuse teisenemine ajaloolises perspektiivis? Tooge vähemalt 3 näidet loetud tekstist. 18. sajandil tervitati vastsündinud last “talupoeglikus” Ameerikas kui tulevase töö tegijat, kes oli oma vanematele tuleviku kindlustuseks. 19. sajandi keskpaigaks muutus laps “linna” keskklassis ökonoomselt mõttetuks. Rahaliste hüvitiste asemel muutus tähtsaks laste haridus. Töölisklassi laste väärtus kasvas edasi. Järsk industrialiseerimine tutvustas lastele uusi tegevusalasid ja 1870. aastaks oli iga kaheksas l...

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THE IMPACT OF THE MEDIA ON BAD BODY IMAGE IN CHILDREN

THE IMPACT OF THE MEDIA ON BAD BODY IMAGE IN CHILDREN Today's children grow up in a world flooded with the mass media. Statistics reveal that, on average, a child watches up to 5 h of television per day and spends an average of 6 to 7 h viewing the various media combined. Body image issues have been on the rise rince the introduction of social media websites that hoste the idea of ,,perfect" or ,,idealized" body sizes. Over the past 20 years, several articles have proposed a link between the thin female beauty

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Does children who have a very high IQ need special education at schools?

education at schools that are specifically designed for people like them. I couldn't agree more because usually people with very high IQ are a little bit different than people who have normal IQ. First of all, I would like to say that when kids are in elementary school and some of them are smarter and quicker than others they may be labeled as nerds and weirdos. They are also often ostracized. Another thing is that, in extremis gifted children often knows more than their teachers and are very bored. Gifted students need more than most regular schools can offer to them to improve their knowledge. On the other hand, some of them, who have very high IQ, may be very different than normal people. Some of them may have disabilities like autism, anxiety. With them they absolutely cannot learn in regular schools. To the conclusion, I would like to say that I think it is way better when

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We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children

We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children There is a saying that „we do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.“ Nowadays people don not think about it and are ruining the planet. There are researches which say that the human life on Earth will go extinct within a century. Eventually the Earth will become uninhabitable. People cannot change the past but their actions affect the future. One of the ways how people are affecting the lives of future generations is increasing pollution

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Online music magazines

Online music magazines Making Music report: More playing, but progression is limited and class remains an issue Article by Alex Stevens This article taks about the playing of instruments among the children of UK. Based on the learner-teacher surveys made in 1993, 1996 and 1996 the playing of music instruments among children has increased by 35% since 1999 a new study has found, although issues of access, progression and class remain. More children aged 5-14 say that the 'know how to play' an instrument than in 1999. This suggests that programmes such as Wilder Opportunities have had an effect on the breadth of music-making in the UK. However the aricle suggests that there are still barriers like financial opportunities – the cost of instruments and lessons, then of course the lack of

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Lapse väärkohtlemine ja hooletusse jätmine

Laste väärkohtlemine ja hooletussejätmine. 1. Lapse väärkohtlemine On mistahes käitumine lapse suhtes, mis alandab tema füüsilist ja psüühilist hea olu, seades ohtu tema eakohase arengu ja tervisliku seisundi 2. Hooletussejätmine On väärkohtlemise liik, mille puhul laps asetatakse psüühilise või füüsilise ebamugavuse uude seisundisse, kuna tema esmased vajadused jäetakse vanema(te) poolt rahuldamata. 3. Väärkohtlemise liigitused Lapsele suunatud vägivald Emotsionaalne vägivald Psühholoogiline ehk vaimne vägivald Füüsiline vägivald Lapse seksuaalne väärkohtlemine Seksuaalne ärakasutamine Seksuaalne vägivald 4.Lapse hooletussejätmine 4.1 Füüsiline hooletussejätmine ­ väljendub lapse vajadusi arvestava tegevuse puudumises või tema suhtes vääras tegutsemises. NT: laps jäetakse ilma eakohasest ja vajalikust ...

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Partners schools in Comenius project

a short distance from their town. l Their school is not big (about 350 students) but it is spacious and modern. It has got a lot of sports facilities, including a sport arena: sport hall, swimming pool and stadium. La Mirandole Primary School l La Mirandole Primary School is located in Villerest, a little town next to Roanne. l Their staff is composed by 6 teachers (included the headmaster) and 133 students from 6 to 11. There is also a nursery school for younger children (from 3 to 5). l La Mirandole Primary School wants to participate in this European cooperation project to learn more about culture in other European countries (espacially concerning arts and traditions). Hawes Side Primary School l Hawes Side is a large Primary school (for England) with around 580 children attending. The school is in Blackpool which is on the NW coast of England. Blackpool is a a very famous and historic English seaside town

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Big sell tiny targets

Big sell, tiny targets Manufacturers use information about children's leisure activities to target them in many ways. They are targeting children at a very young age. Companies advertise products on children's television. Many of these ads are for foods and drinks, which are not particulary good for children. In addition, the packages in supermarkets that include logos or cartoon characters are attracting children. Marketing targets children at a very impressionable age. Although each parent should monitor what their children eat, drink or play with, big companies are still exploiting children for their own well-being Marko Kostap

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We Do Not Inherit the Earth From our Ancestors; We Borrow It From Our Children

We Do Not Inherit the Earth From our Ancestors; We Borrow It From Our Children Some of the people think that the Earth is like something, that we can take and it will grow back like apples every summer on trees. But I do not think it does. I think we borrow it from the future. Firstly we are using too much water nowadays. We are wasting it and not thinking about the future, but we should. Lately the media has started to speak more about the need for clean water, specially in some parts of the Earth

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Pros and Cons of Homeschooling

children currently learning at home. Homeschooled kids do well on standardized tests and are welcome at colleges and universities. Pros: Individual teaching attention Continuous population growth is leading to overcrowded schools in many areas. Add this to the recent economic struggles, with many schools laying off teachers or closing altogether. This means that teachers are more overwhelmed than ever, often handling classes of 40 or more children at a time. Personalized learning Another important consideration in the pros and cons of homeschooling is your ability to tailor lesson plans to your child. In traditional school environments, classmates often learn at very different speeds. This helps slower learners stay on track with the class, but often leaves bright children bored and distracted. With homeschooling, children can learn at their own speed. Assured safety

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Diana, Walesi printsess (The Princess of Wales)

750 million people. Diana and Charles had two sons, Princes William and Harry. EARLY LIFE She was born at Park House, Sandringham in Norfolk, England. Her parents were John Spencer and Frances Burke Roche. She had two older sisters Sarah and Jane and a younger brother Charles. When Diana's parents divorced in 1969, her mother took her and her younger brother live in an apartment in London's Knightsbridge, where Diana attended a local day school. Every Christmas, the children returned to Norfolk with their mother to visit their father, but he subsequently refused to allow them to return to London. Diana's mother sued for custody but she didn't get it and the custody went to the father. After that her father married to Raine Spencer. Diana and her siblings didn't get along with her. DESCENDANCE On her father's side, she was a descendant of King Charles II of England and she was also a descendant of King James II of England through an illegitimate daughter

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Challenges of childrens participation A Case Study of active citizenship in Cadle Primary School

Active Citizenship in Cadle Primary School: A Case Study 20 Conclusion 29 Bibliography 32 Appendices Appendix 1: The United Convention of the Rights of the Child Appendix 2: Interview with Jamie Richards, the Head Teacher of Cadle Primary School 2 Abstract: Children inherently have had a rather tenuous relationship with citizenship. Similarly to how women were once viewed, children have not been considered as subjects of rights due to their perceived incompetence and irrationality. Currently, children are not considered as being rational and capable of exercising responsibility until the age of majority, the age of 18. However, the adoption of the U.N Convention of the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) in 1989 granted for the first time the recognition for children as worthy individuals with rights of their own

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A review of bowel and bladder control development

A REVIEW OF BOWEL AND BLADDER CONTROL DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN Tallinn Health Care College Aleksandra Sitko Tallinn 2015 UROLOGIC AND GASTROINTESTINAL PROBLEMS Urologic and gastrointestinal problems in children are of great concern to parents. In most cases, such problems represent no organic disease or serious behavior disorder but nevertheless can cause more serious complications in toilet training than parents recognize. CLINICAL TRIALS Clinical experience, however, suggests that in most children these problems can be managed successfully within the realm of general pediatric practice. BOWEL AND BLADDER INCONTINENCE IN CHILDREN

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Summer holidays are too long

Summer holidays are too long Summer holidays are important. Children need enough time to rest from school hard work. They have to have time to do all the things they like. Children aren't the only ones who need all this, teachers need it too. Children need long holidays. In summer they can go on vacation with their families and visit all the interesting places. Some kids like water parks and amusement parks, some are interested in museums. They can also visit relatives. Every child wants to play and spend time with friends outside of school, also develop their hobbies. If summer holidays were shorter, they wouldn't have time to do all this. School is hard work

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Home Schooling

http://www.abiks.pri.ee There is big different between home school and state school. The way how there are taught is different too. There are arguments both for an advantage and disadvantage. Firstly in home school parents have the freedom to decide what to teach. Furthermore they have the freedom to decide how to teach. Secondly parents can teach their children more than just facts and when children learning what interests them, it motivates them to learn even more. But on the other hand home schooling isn't the best way. In state schools are more children and they can speak between each other and it is helping in future. Moreover children learn how to judgement with others. In state schools child can do teamwork and it is very usefull. To sum up there are some good things and bad things in home schooling. But it seems to me that

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CV ülesehitus (inglise keeles)

Pärnu 88301, Estonia Tel: +372 55 83987 e-mail: [email protected] Objective: To obtain a position of a responsible, caring and certified babysitter in the Agent Nanny. Career: Kindergarten teacher in Lepatriinu Lasteaed in Tallinn July 1997- Nov 1997 ·Gave children in different age groups English, Music ·and dance lessons Babysitter- McGregor family with two children in the UK Mar 1998- Jan 2000 Babysitter- Brown family with one child in the UK Feb 2000- Jun 2006

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School uniform pros and cons

School uniform's pros and cons School uniforms are verry popular nowadays, mostly in private schools. But would school uniforms make our lives better? There is no doubt that school uniforms have many advantages. Firstly, they encourage discipline. It would also free children from the pressure to buy trendy clothes. All the childrens would be dressed in the same way and as a result it would cut out a school bullying, which is often used, because some children do not have money to buy expensive and fashionable clothes and they are bullied because of that. Children would not have to think about what to wear in the morning and parents save time taking children shopping and spending extra money. Children will be that much less focused on appearance and more on learning. However school uniforms are good there is some disadvantages too. For example children can not show their character, which is often based on clothing. Some school uniform may be more

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United States and Estonian education systems Essee inka.

USA and Estonian school systems are very similar. But still there are some differences. How children attend school and when? How chlidren are divided by age in USA and Estonia? The American school year traditionally begins in August or September, after the traditional summer recess, which is three months long. As well in Estonia. School year usually ends in may or june. First difference between Estonian school system and USA's is that children attend school at the age of 5-6, but in Estonia children go to school at the age of 7-8. Before going to school american children attend preschool (selectively). Years 5-6 american children attend kindergarden, which is a preparation for the first grade. Most children enter the public education system around ages five or six. Children are assigned into year groups known as grades, beginning with preschool, followed by kindergarten and culminating in twelfth grade.

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A letter of enquiry

19, Alexandra St. Brisbane 6 October, 2009 23, Park Lane Brisbane Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing in response to your advertisment about camp Conway, a summer camp for young children. As I am very interested in sending my two children to this camp I would be grateful if you could answer some questions I have. Your advertisment states that this camp is for young children. What is the age group? I would also like to know when exactly and for how long is the duration of the camp. As I wish the best for my children I would like to know more about the team leaders. Do they have enough experience with children and what are their qualifications?

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Minu tuleviku perekond

In the future i would like to have a perfect family. My perfect family would be composed by children who are healthyminded and a man who is a good father and right for our family. Also, we would have a house that we could live in comfortably. The house would be just out of town, where nature thrives and also have a beautiful view of the coast. In the house there could be living room where the children can play different games when their friends would visit us. I would prefer to have a big garden for hosting bbq and taking sunbaths in the summer. I would llike to have 2 children, and i dont mind whether they are boys or girls because the most important thing for my children is that they are healthy. I would like my children to be courteous and have lots of hobbys. The man I marry should love his family. He would never have another lover and hurt me and my children.

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Beauty pageants for small girls should be banned

Beauty pageants for small girls should be banned Today's beauty pageants are detrimental to a child's development. These kinds of competitions can lead to low selfconfidence and poor body image. While most beauty pageants cater strictly to girls, there are a growing number that include boys as well. I firmly believe that taking part of beauty pageants is pressured by contestants' parents. It is their vision of how their children should look and act like. Some children do not want to partake in those competitions because it is tiring and chaotic, some children even do not understand what it is all about, because they are too young for that. In my opinion, a child who looks absolutely gorgeous without fake teeth, spraytan and an enormous wig is forced to wear all of it just to measure up to her parent wishes. I am not convinced that beauty pageants help to promote selfesteem in children. It can be promoted

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Gays as Parents

Gays as Parents Gay adoption is very hot topic today. There are people of the same sex who love each other and want to get children, but as we all know, children cannot be born without mother and father and a gay couple has to adopt to get a child. Some think that a child cannot have mentally healthy childhood if growing up with gay parents. I think that children who are old enough, should decide themselves if they want gay parents or not. I do not see a problem if a thirteen year old kid decides that he preferres gay parents to no parents. But the poblem is that younger children or even babies are usually adopted. They cannot decide so important thing. And here is the problem, to let gays adopt babies or not? I do not have a clear opinion in gay parents. I would like to believe that if a same sex couple

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Volunteer work

Dear Ms Peck, I saw your advertisement about volunteering work. I would like to join in and work with children. My name is Mari Mets and I am 18 years old. I speak Hungarian, English and Russian. I have a driving licence. Despite being 18 years old, I have organised holidays for youngsters before (2001 – Hungary; 2002 – Romania). In addition to that I have taken a course in child psychology (October – January 2000). Also, I really like children, I help with neighbour children on a regular basis. I could help with accommodation, organise games and activities, teach children various skills such as pottery, offer some help with general problems. I have some questions about the volunteer work. Where will the children be from? How long will the holidays be? What will living conditions be like? I look forward to hearing from you. Yours sincerely, M. Mets

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Population

POPULATION Influences: demographic transition ­ birth, death economy education urbanization employment migration ethnic-cultural background Demographic transition is a theory according to which all societies start with traditional alternation of generations and they finish with modern alternation of generations (demographic explosion, ageing) TRADITIONAL ALTERNATION OF GENERATIONS -agrarian society -BR is high (10-12 children/3-4 survive) traditions, moral parents hope that their children will suport them in the future no healthcare -DR is high no healthcare epidemics -average age 35-40 THE BEGINNING OF INDUSTRIALIZATION -healthcare -development of economy -education Increase in the living standards. BR remained the same (still high) DR decreased Big amount of children in the society. 18th c. demographic explosion in Europe Factors that lead to the end of dem. explosion: -prohibitions of children's work -women were offered work (wage) -system of pensions and insurance

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An Essay

Children go to school at age five in Great Britain, which is too early in my opinion. Most children in Estonia start school at age seven, only some of them at age six. I think starting with school and competition, rivalry, witch always associates with schooling, too young, shortens the childhood and may affect negatively self-esteem, success and coping in the future. Children´s job is to play, it develops child the best, so I think anyone shouldn't forbit humans inherent needs. Children don´t have to become too fast to an adult. The high school in Great Britain starts at age eleven, but in Estonia at about age fifteen. Biggest difference is that in Great Britain they prepare young people to get a job or continue studing, but in Estonia this is only first step of educational life. After primary school in Estonia you have two ways to walk: high school or industrial school, where they get profession.

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Accidents will occur in the best-regulated families

Accidents will occur in the best-regulated families Accidents will occur in the best-regulated families. Firstly,parents don't give attention to their children.So children can do what they want and they dont know if it is good or bad.So can happen many accidents.Many families think that they are perfect.But when some accidents happens they dont understand whay this happened only whit them.And then they maby understand that they didnt give sufficiently attention to their children. Secondly,to many parents are important only work and money.So they dont care about their children and dont know what they do.When children need a good advise then parents dont have time and children have to decide by theirself. Thirdly,best-regulated families think that they are perfect families and never not one accident will happen with them.But they are mistaken.Accidents can happen with every family and with everyone.It dont care that are you best-regulated family or arent so perfect family

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Estonian and British Education System

school, 6th form and university or college. What is similar for both systems is that the first level of education starts at age of three. While in Estonia this level is called Kindergarten, then in Britain it is called Nursery school. Kindergarten is for children´s from age three to six, but Nursery school is for children´s three to four. Differently from Estonian system, at age of five to seven, British children ´s go to Infant school. This is called year one, year two and year three and all these three years are called key one. In Estonia, children´s from age seven to ten go to Primary school. This includes classes from one to four. At age of eight to eleven, British children´s go to Junior school. It is divided into three parts: year four, year five and year six. And all this is called the key two. At age ten to fifteen, Estonian children´s go to Basic school

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English essay The Future of Education

These companies will direct the universities on the materials of the course. The company will then offer those who pass the course a job. This will create a worker who will not be able to do his job without a computer. Teachers will take a backseat in these courses. There is also a chance that Teachers will have an easier job in the future, they will instruct the students only if needed. Also on the horizon are smart objects. These objects are geared more to small children then those that are in high school or college. Objects with animations such as building blocks that can talk and light up to indicate to a child how to stack them correctly. But that can also have an opposite effect, like the children will become addicted to the computers and such. That could be also fatal to the brain of the child. Then there is the good things for children who have problems with health. Like the development in the area of prosthetics

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Victorian life - Briti ajalugu

15. Victorian times Life and conditions of Victorian people Children were expected to help towards the family budget. They often worked long hours in dangerous jobs and in difficult situations for a very little wage. For example, there were the climbing boys employed by the chimney sweeps; boys and girls working down the coal mines, crawling through tunnels too narrow and low to take an adult. Some children worked as errand boys, crossing sweepers, shoe blacks, and they sold matches, flowers and other cheap goods. During the Victorian era, the population grew immensely. At the end of 19th century the population had grown three times bigger in Great Britain! That made wages much lower, because more people were looking for jobs. Many people couldn't afford places to live and had to live on the streets. Slums started appearing in bigger towns. Crime rate was also rising

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Estate Planning Basics Referaat

This book explains, what most people need to know about estate planning. It will give the legal knowledge, what you need to know preparing your estate plan. ,,Estate Planning" essentially means two things. First, it means deciding who gets your property after you die and choosing the wisest legal transfer methods for leaving your property to those you want to receive it. Second, it means makeing some important personal decisions, such as who will provide care for your young children, if you have any, if anything happens to you and the children´s other parent, and who should make medical and financial decisions for you if you someday become incapacitiated and unable to handle things yourself. A First Look at Estate Planning Who needs to bother with estate planning? Here´s short answer: · Anyone who owns property that matters to them · Anyone with a minor child (under 18) If you have a minor child, or children, you automatically have estate planning concerns

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