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My future plans

My Future Plans. Well, here it is. I am not a person who likes to speak about his future plans a lot. I will try to tell in the shortest way about the exact things. The 9th form finishes and I am happy and sad at the same time. I think I will miss my classmates and some of the teachers from this school but I understand that from that point starts a new period of my life. After the 9th form I am going to study further but where exactly, I can't say now. I am thinking about what to choose. In my opinion the most perfect choice for me would be studying abroad. I

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My future career

My future career. I often think about my future plans and career. Now I am studying at the secondary school. But after finishing school I try to enter at the university. It is very difficult for me to make the right choice of my future profession. There are many different professions and you can find exactly that which interests you. For example, waiter, manager, actress, lawyer, doctor and so on. To decide, what kind of work suits me, helps communication with adults, meetings with representatives of universities and large selection of useful literature. Also I need to think about how well I can do what I would like to do. In my opinion, very interesting and noble profession is a doctor. I understand that it is necessary

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

discussions on the matters that concern them. 3 Introduction Children have `somewhat tenuous relationship to citizenship` as a number of authors interested in children`s citizenship have noted.1 Historically, they have not been considered as subjects of rights, but rather as objects of social concern or citizens-in-making. Children have been perceived as objects of investments in the future, and thereupon recognised as `productive economic subjects` who will be carrying out vital tasks for the society and their families`.2 Similarly to how women were once viewed, children have been seen as irrational, emotional and incompetent and therefore are often excluded from the citizenship status. However, the adoption of the U.N Convention of the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) in 1989 was the initial legally binding law that for the first time, granted children the recognition as

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ENGLISH TOPICS - palju teemasid inglise keele riigieksami kordamiseks

Questions: 1. What time do you get up on your week-days? 2. Do you usually do your morning exercises? 3. Who cooks your breakfast? 4. What time do you leave your house to go to school? 5. How many lessons do you have a day? 6. Do you usually do your homework? 7. What do you do in the evening? 8. What time do you go to bed? Vocabulary: to differ -- to wake up -- sleepy -- to switch on -- to grab -- rush -- sandwich -- to be over -- rest -- to sweep -- to be tired -- My Plans for the Future (3) In our country every boy and girl has a chance to choose one of several jobs which interest him or her. The best way to prepare for any job is to get a good education at school. Our boys and girls can find a job to their liking. They are also given every possible opportunity to go on with their education. There are a lot of interesting trades and all of them are important and useful. Vocational

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The 4-Hour Body - An Uncommon Guide to Rapid Fat-Loss, Incredible Sex, and Becoming Superhuman - Timothy Ferriss

Now the good news: with a little help, it's never been easier to collect a few data points (at little cost), track them (without training), and make small changes that produce incredible results. Type 2 diabetics going o of medication 48 hours after starting a dietary intervention? Wheelchair-bound seniors walking again after 14 weeks of training? This is not science ction. It's being done today. As William Gibson, who coined the term "cyberspace," has said: "The future is already here--it is just unevenly distributed." The 80/20 Principle: From Wall Street to the Human Machine This book is designed to give you the most important 2.5% of the tools you need for body recomposition and increased performance. Some short history can explain this odd 2.5%. Vilfredo Pareto was a controversial economist-cum-sociologist who lived from 1848 to 1923. His seminal work, Cours d'économie politique, included a then little explored "law" of income

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Upstream Intermediate B2 - Teacher book

paralympics TheSuperBowl LN (u f o the news;natural/man-made | - E-books the booksof the Speadthe News I disasters newspapers; disasters; TV Guide; I future?(gappedtext) ( pp. 1a8- 161 ) cinema;typesof films Self-AssessmentModule 5 (pp. 162-165) GrammarReference Section(pp. 166-175) W o r dL i s t( p p .1 7 6 - 1 8 1 ) Suggested AnswersSection(pp. 182-183) Tapescripts (pp. 184-186) presenttenses;adverbsof note-takin

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Christopher Vogler The Writers Journey

guide for designing and troubleshooting stories. The Writer's Journey, meanwhile, has been put to work in many ways, not only by writers in many forms and genres, but by teachers, psychologists, advertising executives, prison counselors, video game designers, and scholars of myth and pop culture. I am convinced the principles of the Hero's Journey have had a deep influ­ ence over the shaping of stories in the past and will reach even deeper in the future as more storytellers become consciously aware of them. Joseph Campbell's great accomplishment was to articulate clearly something that had been there all along — the life principles embedded in the structure of stories. H e wrote down the un­ written rules of storytelling, and that seems to be stimulating authors to challenge, test, and embellish the Hero's Journey. I see signs that writers are playing with the

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Upstream B2 teacher

paralympics TheSuperBowl LN (u f o the news;natural/man-made | - E-books the booksof the Speadthe News I disasters newspapers; disasters; TV Guide; I future?(gappedtext) ( pp. 1a8- 161 ) cinema;typesof films Self-AssessmentModule 5 (pp. 162-165) GrammarReference Section(pp. 166-175) W o r dL i s t( p p .1 7 6 - 1 8 1 ) Suggested AnswersSection(pp. 182-183) Tapescripts (pp. 184-186) presenttenses;adverbsof note-takin

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Kommentaarid (4)

krissuke123 profiilipilt
krissuke123: Hea, aga keskkooli jaoks siiski nõrk:(
18:54 21-10-2009
krissuke123 profiilipilt
krissuke123: Hea, aga keskkooli jaoks siiski nõrk:(
18:56 21-10-2009
tuuli26 profiilipilt
tuuli õnnik: natuke vähe keskkooli jaoks
22:20 01-05-2010





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