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Internet plays an important role among students in higher education, especially in the universities. The use of Internet has its own advantages and disadvantages among them. This essay will further discuss the bad and good influence towards them.
Obviously, people in different parts of the world use the same way to access the information by using Internet. Sometimes, they do not know about the advantages and disadvantages of Internet as maybe they are too engrossed in their virtual reality. They really believe that by using the Internet, their works become smooth especially in students live as they are always need to google the information for their assignment task. One of its advantage is
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When the Internet was first introduced to the public, it marked an extraordinary change in every aspect of our lives. Today, with the explosive increase of sites on the Internet, technology has taken another dramatic rise. In the midst of this technological explosion, we might stop and ask some key questions. Is the Internet good or bad for education? Are students learning more or less? And what, exactly, are they learning? Although, using the Internet to research instead of encyclopaedias has become a reality for most high school students, the idea of the Internet being is a place where everyone can easily access reliable information is only a myth. We often make a great mistake by calling
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engine, one can find illegal downloading programs of just about anything - mp3s, movies, books and sadly, pornography.However, one doesn't always have to be looking for specific illegal programs to end up downloading them. Clicking on an unwanted pop-up, which can appear on most sponsored sites, is enough to transport you to illegal websites.The viewing of inappropriate content isn't the only problem one can encounter. The problem that really angers the user is without a doubt the viruses one can download without knowing. Sometimes a virus can damage a computer beyond repair. An Anti-Virus program is a must have for every internet user. It blocks and detects viruses, though one can never be sure; it's better to check and double check whatever you're downloading.On the optimistic side, the internet's advantages are practically unlimited. It's important to know the few disadvantages there are to it, but it's more reasonable to focus on the positive aspects.
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the children to take a long travel from their home to the deep in the ocean, top of Mt.Everest or middle of Sahara the dessert.
Disadvantages for children to watch television would be they spend less time on physical activities and social relations with their friends. Children’s body are growing up by physical activities such as playing basketball, baseball or biking, however children who spend more time on watching television might have some difficulties on growing up. By having less time with their buddies, they can feel depressions and loneliness easily. They don’t feel comfortable with talking to their friends face to face or talking about their personal topics, because they get used
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the Duty of Care for Students(D.O.C.WA, 2007), it is essential to uphold the safety of the children, making sure that the schools protect them from reasonable harm and provide a safe learning environment.
1. The Policy
The Department of Education Western Australia issued the Duty of Care for Students(2007) policy in order to protect students welfare and safety from foreseeable risks whilst in the supervision of teachers and schools within the state of Western Australia.
Parents and teachers agree that schools must advocate having the right to learn in a caring and safe learning environment. This involves the school, teachers, non-staff members, students
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students responded to the questions on positive perception toward internets by rating with high percentage score for their agreement upon the internet itself is a beneficial tool. It was reported that there is no significant differences between male and female towards their perception on the advantages and disadvantages of internet. Based on the survey, we can make an inference that most of the students turned to give their agreement to the advantages of internet and give their answer nor agree or disagree or slightly agree to the its disadvantages.
In the last section, in which the opinion of respondents is being analyzed from open-ended questions, the content of answers for most of
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This study was made to identify the advantages and disadvantages of internet advertising. It could somehow help business people and even marketing management students. It is because nowadays more and more people were involved in internet advertising. This will help them to gain a deeper knowledge about the advantages and disadvantages of internet advertising. This study will probably help marketing students in their future career because someday they will be exposing in the field of advertising wherein they might use internet in promoting a certain product.
This research aims to know the main advantage and disadvantage of internet advertising in promoting products to
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Establishing wind power as a major source of electricity can be costly and can have many disadvantages; however, there are many important advantages that can come from wind power as well.
Buying and installing a wind turbine is expensive. The cost to install a small “household-single turbine” can be up to thirteen thousand, five hundred dollars! One popular home wind turbine is the Skystream. With this turbine, home owners would need to make thirty-five cents to forty cents per kilowatt-hour in order to make the amount of money it cost to purchase this turbine within the first ten years of owning the turbine that is estimated to last for roughly twenty years. The smaller the turbine, the
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internet without having the proper authorization: teachers, students, parents …etc. The requirements are not limited by demographic characteristic, but by equipment. To download unauthorized data an internet connection, computer and software are necessary.Students, by definition, live and learn on campuses and schools, the creative centers of the world. Knowledge is created, transferred and applied. Study and research take place. Students are in between innovation and moral values of society, more likely to violate copyrighted laws within the anonymous environment often found on campuses (Athey, 1993; Kini, Ramakhrishna, & Vijayaraman, 2004; Kruger, 2003).Reasons for online
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Censorship of the Internet for Children
The Internet is one of the most profound and important technological advancements of this era. It has touched the lives of hundreds of millions of people all over the world. The Internet has become so embedded into our everyday life that for many, life would almost be unbearable without an internet connection. The Internet has enabled so many people who are so far away from each other a means of communication. It eased the burden of contacting loved ones across the world from each other. Not only does the Internet provide a digital communication playground for users, it also provides them with a sea of invaluable resources. The wealth of
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ways to penetrate types of the networks as there are types of machine networks, and multiplied by how many active and unfiltered ports are on those machines. Understanding this and opening only these protocols on a firewall will allow the site administrator to connect multiple computers over wide area without compromising local security. From the scanning, it also can have the searching for weaknesses. There is the physical act of starting up various scanners and physically attempting to breach security. Crackers are constantly scanning and searching the internet for IP addresses running services that can be exploited.
3. How to managing the firewall?
Managing the firewall is the next
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was compared to the review of literature, which suggest that clary sage used for anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial purposes rather than for aromatherapy (Gülçin et al., 2004).
There were several limitations to this study. The first was the small sample size that was limited to a specific population of participants, which decreased the study’s validity related to the overall population. By only sampling a small group of nursing students the research cannot be generalized. Another limitation was the time given to participants before and after taking the PANAS questionnaire. Increased time should have been allowed for the participants to experience the olfactory stimulation
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strongly advocate the use of online shopping system brings convenient to purchase products. Fabiola (2006) notes that, “the Internet is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year”. As customers could surf the Internet every moment and everywhere, they could shop in the time which is the most suitable for them. Therefore, the development of online shopping system helps people who need to work until very late at night and when a large amount of shops are closed already. Besides, consumers are likely to buy products that are unsold in Hong Kong. Diamond and Pintel (2008) illustrate that due to buyers can surf some overseas stores website, they may gain those products’ information and buy them. Moreover
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Peidan Chen 13101547dMIS Individual PaperPeidan ChenStudent #: 13101547DA discussion on Benefits and Disadvantages of Social Media for BusinessThe definition of Social Media changes and varies from time to time because of the evolution of its usage (Cohen, 2011). One of the most popular definitions of social media is suggested by the Oxford Dictionary: Social media is the websites and applications that allow users to create and share ideas or join in social networking. Social media has become a popular platform for business to advertise its company and products since 20th century. Kitt (2012) believes that many of the social media websites have launched different tools aiming to attract
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Purpose and Hypotheses of Study
The study by Berry (2008) had a purpose of fostering acceptance of needs-based fairness for inclusion students in future classrooms of teacher education students. An open-ended question guiding the study sought to find out novice teachers views about fairness (Berry, 2008). The goal of the study involved seeking understanding of a situation and examining the teachers’ views regarding fairness. Fairness is investigated because it holds implications for teachers’ ideals and pedagogy of inclusion.
Participants in the study by Berry (2008) comprised a subset of 47 of the 89 graduate students enrolled in six sections of a special education
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What were the Advantages and Disadvantages of Nazi Rule for the German People up to 1939?Nazism seemed to end the effects of the great depression. The German economy had been devastated in 1929 when the great depression happened, but surprisingly, it was looking more prosperous afterwards! In 1938 national income was the highest Germany had seen, which was higher than what Germany had before the great depression by eight billion marks! Although wages had not overtaken the level that wages were at in 1928, industrial and consumer goods were way above the 1928 mark, and employment was almost a million less than what it was in 1928. However, this employment figure is quite controversial
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Students are the future of society. They work hard and study for long hours using the Internet as their greatest study tool. Or do they? With new distractions popping up every day on the Internet, are students really using this as a tool for school or are they working harder on their Facebook pages? The Internet is a valuable source of knowledge; however, it is being shaped into a place for entertainment and games. So does Internet access affect students in schools in a positive or negative way? Will this affect the future of our society?
On the subject of how internet affects students in school, teacher are mainly impartial. Many teachers (99%), as said by redOrbit.com, do agree that
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barriers, competitive clutter, lower consumer awareness about existing products and services.MOVE TO PROMOTIONDespite their undoubted potential, marketers should also be aware of the pitfalls of using the World Wide Web as a communication medium. While these are potential disadvantages, many of them can be overcome with good planning and management. These include:*Poor targeting capabilities - The potential audience may be large but the customer still has to search out the company's Website as more and more companies advertise on the Internet, the problem of standing out from the crowd will be a challenge for SME's.*Cost - It is cheap and easy to set up a website but to attract customers, one must
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POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE EFFECTS E-LEARNING FOR STUDENTS
Nowadays, E-learning has become an increasingly popular approach to learning in higher education institutions due to the rapid growth of Internet technology. As we can see, most higher education institutions using e-learning to improve the education of students and enhance their technology skills. E-learning can give us a lot of positive effects, especially students; however, the technological content was twice the decline and needs. Computer technology, especially the development of network technology includes both great conveniences to human activity, life, education and negative influences. So far, if e-learning is considered as
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Internet has become an infinite source of information. For most of the computer users, internet has developed into a necessity, whether it may be utilized in school, office or home. Different types of information are available online. Although internet can help children with their school works, it also has a dark side. As the generation continues to develop, more and more children are getting involved online. A lot of them can access sites with liberty and gain information that are inappropriate for their age, and this makes internet more dangerous to them. Parents are trying to look for ways to protect their children, to lessen their internet usage and to protect them from these harmful
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Use of the Internet as a Tool for Piracy
The internet is an ever increasingly powerful tool for finding everything from entertainment to reference to daily news. When first created, the internet was only a shadow of what it has become. Most people didn't even have a computer, let alone a connection to the internet. In the last decade, however, computers have become more and more affordable, and internet service providers have become far more widespread. According to the World Almanac and Book Of Facts 2001 "By early 2000, more than 300 million people around the world were using the Internet, and it is estimated that by 2005, 1 billion people may be connected" (World Almanac). As with
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Executive SummaryAviation and air services industry is a large, competitive, and challenging industry, characterised by high capital and labour requirement, together with customer participation during transactions hence service fulfilment.Providing great reach and the potential for rich interaction, the internet is a natural medium for travel transactions. Airlines are turning to e-commerce to keep business flying, and the reason they are focusing on selling tickets through their Web sites is that it is the cheapest distribution channel.From the customers perspectives, Internet have revolutioned the way of buying flight ticket. Customers can now purchase their tickets directly from the
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It is evident that there are many day to day activities within the school community that teachers can face when it comes to caring for students. The Duty of Care for Students policy from the Western Australian Department of Education describes many ways in which teachers should direct their duty of care to students. This report will discuss how teachers and other members of teaching staff should direct their duty of care to students as stated within the duty of care policy in context of a primary school. (The Department of Education and Training in Western Australia, 2007)
The three scenarios in this report will highlight the need for the Duty of Care for Students policy
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support their children study aboard.
The main argument against doing over twenty hour’s part-time work, particularly for those international students who want the restriction of part-time hours cancelled, is the ability for them to earn a reasonable income in order to support their study. It is unfair that local students have no limitation of their work time. In fact, international students should also have the same rights as local students. Significantly, international students who may have more financial burden, mainly come from developing countries to Australia which is a developed country. Moreover, foreign students have the responsibility to decline the financial stress from their
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What would happen if all high school students had low self-esteem? Do they end up not having a high school diploma from their school? Do they end up not having unconditional relationships to others? Do they end up committing suicide? These are the questions that come to mind whenever one imagines that all high school students have low self-esteem. Many students in the United States have low self-esteem. Some students want to improve their low self-esteem, while most students cannot. Low self-esteem affects high school students extremely, especially during school hours. They affect everything and everyone around them. The possible effects of low self-esteem for high school students
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Marking the assignments I was reading the literature about correct essay writing in law. First I was reading information about how the legal essay supposed to be written. Then, I was reading essays for assessment and making conclusions on which it is written.I will review in my assignment which standards I followed to mark essays of both students. Then I will turn to their essays and it's marking. First I will give my comments for the essays and their marking criteria. Finely I will report on my application at the marking criteria for the enclosed essays and I will provide my professional opinion on the ways in which these criteria could be improved.I have enclosed a copy of two marked
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This report aims to provide a better understanding of the Western Australian Department of Education (WA DoE) Duty of Care for Students Policy by discussing its rationale, the issues covered, its importance and who is subject to its requirements. It will also discuss the implications and applications of the policy in relation to three scenarios.
1. The Policy
Rationale for writing the policy:
The rationale for writing the WA DoE Duty of Care for Students Policy is to provide clear guidelines for teaching staff to follow to ensure the duty of care for students has been met. Tronc (as cited in Newnham, 2000, p. 50) argues “Teachers have a legal responsibility
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difficulties of an international student, studying abroad, and it will explore advantages which both, international and domestic students might take out of a cross-cultural relationship.The internationalisation of education is a process which allows students to acquire and deepen international/intercultural skills, attitudes and knowledge by means of education. At the same time students shell learn to be open minded for other cultures and try to accept and understand them (Nesdale & Todd 1993, p. 190).Internationalisation of education might lead to a better understanding of each others' culture, language and society. Since students of different nationalities behave individually according to
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The Communication Decency Act is a bill which has insulted our right as Americancitizens. It's a bill which SHOULD not pass. I'll share with you how Internet users arereacting to this bill, and why they say it is unconstitutional.Some individuals disagree with one part of the bill. According tohttp://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ query/z?c104:s.652.enr:, which has the CommunicationsDecency Act on-line for public viewing,: 'Whoever uses an Internet service to send to aperson or persons under 18 years of age......any comment, request, suggestion, proposal,image,........or anything offensive as measured by contemporary community standards,sexual or excretory activities or organs.....shall be fined
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Through the classes I have taken at Bowie State University and my experiences in the classroom, I have developed a personal teaching philosophy that will be implemented into my future classrooms. I am continually being prepared for an inclusive classroom, and plan on consistently considering students’ individual needs in my instruction.
It is my belief that each child is a unique individual, in need of a secure, caring and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. It is my aspiration as an educator to help students meet their fullest potentials in these areas by providing an environment that is safe, supports risk-taking, and
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article, the punishments that standardized testing brings to the schools have added more pressures on the teachers (44). Because of the pressure on the teachers, they would focus more on teaching students how to take the tests rather than what they are supposed to teach in terms of academic achievements (Sacks 44). Standardized testing seems to turn these schools into the ones only for testing. Another issue with standardized testing is that it does not fit every race of students equally well. In Michele Phillips’s article, “Standardized Tests Aren’t Like T-Shirts: One Size Doesn’t Fit All,” Phillips claims that standardized tests are unfair to the students who don’t have English as their
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There is no one answer for having a reading problem in one’s life. These problems could be associated with culture, environment, health, self esteem, teaching styles, etc. There is also no one reason for acquiring a reading difficulty and thusly no one method of intervention will work for all students Reading allows students to do as well as other students in content area classes. Without having, good reading skill students fall behind and see themselves as poor readers. A poor reader will try to avoid reading, will not want to put much effort into reading, and will not be likely to have a high level of comprehension in reading.
The attitude a child has about himself as a reader
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EVALUATION OF STRESS MANAGEMENT FOR HIGHER SECONDARY
STUDENTS IN SALEM DISTRICT-TAMIL NADU
Stress is the body’s General response to any intense physical, emotional or mental demand placed on it by on self or others. Anything can be stressor if it last long enough is perceived as stress. Stress is any situation that evokes negative thoughts and feelings in a person. Being a student can be the most interesting time of one’s life. New friends, new places, new challenges can make a student life stress full. Most students will feel the effect of stress at some point in their studies and a small number of students may feel stressed or depressed for most of the time. Financial
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any article without reasonable concerns, her actions are correct.
Student newspapers can be censored when there is a legitimate pedagogical concern (Dean). For a school official to determine the presence of any such concerns, he must read the content of a publication; the revising of publications by the dean of students is arguably a preventive measure to identify speech that is “ungrammatical, poorly written, inadequately researched, biased or prejudiced, vulgar or profane, or unsuitable for immature audiences” (Hazelwood) before publication. In violating the dean’s demands, I have violated a reasonable school policy, which constitutes a valid reason for disciplinary action. Assuming that
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The Use of Alcohol Should be Banned for all State University Undergraduate Students
"According to the Core Institute, an organization that surveys college drinking practices, 300,000 of today's college students will eventually die of alcohol-related causes such as drunk driving accidents, cirrhosis of the liver, various cancers and heart disease" (Phoenix House). All around the State campus, at frat parties, in black-light-lit dorm rooms, and even at casual social gatherings, alcohol can be found in abundance. Despite the many downsides to alcohol use, college students as a whole maintain a very casual attitude toward drinking. I believe that drinking causes many more problems than it
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In low income areas and large cities, gang violence is a major problem many parents hope their children will avoid. Unaffordability makes the option of relocating out of the question for the majority of families. Very few people from neighborhoods such as this are able to go to college because of the expense and lack of motivation from the students. Scholarships are the only hope for kids who grow up in environments like downtown Oakland or Berkeley, California. Scholarships can only be granted through outstanding skills in academics, sports, and extracurricular activities, though, not because a student has the ability to stab with a knife, torment innocent pedestrians on the street, or
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The well known fact is that India is a multilingual country where the interchange of ideas and views are regularly taking place across the world, and it underscores the importance of communication skills. In this current commercial generation the need of communication skills has been increased, and more so particularly to professionals who are in the field of business. In the process of updating knowledge in desired field, professional course students must concentrate on effective communication skills. The responsibility to equip them with the required/desired skills is in the hands of English course designers. The syllabus prescribed for management courses have
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awareness of avoiding junk food which plays positive effects on healthy eating as well (Hattersly, Irwin, King and Allman, 2009). However, programs via community or media may not have powerful impact for public health promotion. Universities should better utilize their education resource. Young adults, especially university students as a unique population in health promotion strategies should be valued by their education level. Young adults who have accepted the integrated and particular basic nutrition education class could change their awareness in monitoring their body weight, managing calorie intake, increasing physical activities and improving dietary habits (Bu, 2013).Unfortunately
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; music has rhythm and rhythm provides structure. Structure is crucial for attracting the attention of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder students; music has a beginning, middle and end. Clear structural differences, structure is soothing for an Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder mind. This structure helps students plan, anticipate and react to work; a beginning, middle, and end. Dopamine is the neurotransmitter that is lacking in an Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder mind, listening to pleasurable music releases dopamine which “fires up” synapses and quickens the speed of thought which makes focusing much easier. All of this has been found through brain imaging and testing
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dyslexia in New Zealand is 10% of students, and up to 50-60% of prison inmates.*Dyslexia is not officially recognised in New Zealand, due to our traditional 'whole language' reading approach.*There is no focus on dyslexia (or other Specific Learning Difficulties) in pre-service teacher training.*There is no mandatory screening process for dyslexia or funding/resources for support.*It is assessed and remediated on a 'user-pays' basis.*Assessment is available through some educational psychologists (who have been trained specifically), and 1-1 tutoring is available with specialist teachers.*Accommodation strategies are available for dyslexic students sitting NCEA assessments - such as reader/writers
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quality of life is anticipated that integrates objective and subjective indicators, a broad range of life domains, and individual values. The account of concerns that externally derived norms should not be applied without reference to individual differences. It also allows for objective comparisons to be made between the situations of particular groups and what is normative. Rosenbaum (2011) said that the coverage may be categorised within five dimensions: physical wellbeing, material wellbeing, social wellbeing, emotional wellbeing, and development and activity.
In quality of life weakness is nothing to be ashamed of. But strength is no cause for pride; either said James (2013). Each one
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disadvantages with using photographs alone for evidence of an event, One, being that the photo has been deliberately taken by someone, meaning that the photo could be bias, the other equally important fact is that photos only show a snapshot of a whole event. A photo will show less than a second of one place, and nothing else. Photos cannot tell us what happened immediately before or after the event in the photo, and also cannot tell what was happening elsewhere on the day i.e. to the direct left of the photographer, or on the other side of town.On the other hand, photos can give clear and precise proof of a certain, single act. However, as they can only be used for visual purposes i.e. no
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Travel to different places is a good activity to have relaxed during the holiday. The same thing, tourism is an important as a source of revenue and brings changes in a country. There is always a question, “Should a country over encourage tourism?”, however further consideration show that too much tourism development also has it disadvantages. Let discuss the problems and the damages of tourism in a country.
The over-development of some areas leads to crowded tourist spots and environmental damage. There are many exotic places that can be dramatically damaged by the action of the tourist. Transport by air, road, and rail is continuously increasing in response to the
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Design for the Collection of DataNumeracy is imperative for endurance in this competitive world. It is very important that students/people are numerate as this will help to determine their life opportunities. The students, the researcher are studying have not accurately mastered the required level in numeracy, consequently will experience major difficulties if this problem is not combated. In an effort to authenticate her opinion the researcher will use the survey method to gather data that will provide information on some factors that affect the Mathematics Performance of a Group of Grade Five students in a rural school in Clarendon.A survey is described by Creswell (2005) as a means of
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addition, a separate staff of special educators and related service personnel are maintained at local school districts. Funding for special education is based on the actual numbers of students identified as having a disability and requiring special education services.The continuum of services option offers a range of individualized Students accepted into the special education program are identified through comprehensive educational and psychological assessments. Once identified and assessed, individualized programs and services are developed in the form of Individual Educational Plans (IEPs). Thus, the educational focus of special education is on providing highly individualized instruction and
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by many. People who attempt to exploit the internet by illegally accessing unauthorized information have become known as hackers. These hackers pose a great threat to the internet and its users, and their motivation and methods have become the subject of media attention and close scrutiny.While there are no common demographic profiles of hackers, there does appear to be a commonality of attitudes and behavior (Pfleeger 13). For a hacker the computer alone provides the entertainment. Any hole that is found in a system is a thrill, and the correction of the problem often presents the hacker with an interesting puzzle (Himanen 1). There are two major kinds of hackers. The first type of hacker
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Not Good Enough IntentionsThe faculty at South Tahoe High School has good intentions for the students they are preparing for graduation. Although they try hard to prepare students for the real world and make them better citizens through the process, it seems as if they have a sort of tunnel vision by expecting the same thing from every student. The faculty cannot relate to the students. Therefore, the list of expectations for the "ideal student" is wrong and unfair. South Tahoe High School does a good job preparing certain students for graduation, however, there is room for improvement in each of the six categories of expectations.Teachers rarely push their students to memorize vocabulary
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of particular phenomena. The author opted to use this kind of research considering the desire of the author to obtain first hand data from the respondents so as to formulate rational and sound conclusions and recommendations for the study.This study basically intends to identify the critical success factors of a sustainable lean manufacturing programme within the organisation, Dunlop Hiflex Ltd. Specifically, the study is determined to know the current thinking on lean manufacturing and continuous improvement programmes; the lean manufacturing programmes that the organisation utilises; the level of effectiveness of the organisation, in the implementation of a sustainable lean manufacturing
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expanding. Most children will be faced with hard and complex changes. The area of study provides them with information that will prepare them and equip them with facts to handle and cope. It also provides us with a background against which to judge things, events that happen. As we read through the texts that have been set for us our minds broaden to the way others change and how they cope and handle problems.We are presented with some similar events that we may be able to commiserate with and understand, others we are presented with we cannot think to grasp like events we are shown in the set text (novel) Maestro.Experiences such as the ones that Herr Keller has experienced in his life are
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Personal Goals as aUniversity of Phoenix StudentSomeone once told me that a goal without a plan is only a dream. My plans for the future are geared towards personal achievements and financial stability for my family and myself. To reach these goals, I would have to rely on my strengths and strengthen my weaknesses. The root to my quest lies in my faith, coupled with the unique learning styles taught by the University of Phoenix Online. By attending this university, I would hope to reap the rewards that higher education has to offer.My goals are like building blocks, their stacked very high. In order to reach my long-term goals on the top, I would have to overcome my short-term goals on the