Humanism is a movement of cultural rebirth that was born in Italy in the 15th century and was spread along europe in the 16th century.Main features.
1. It is a new way of thinking based on classic culture: a rebirth of ideas from ancient Greece and Rome.
2. Humanists are interested in the human being and its relation with the nature.
3. They consider that the human being is the centre of the world and the culture.The human being has and freedom, what considered that god was the centre of everything.
4. The trust in the human being and the critical spirit have influence on the new scientific method, based on the experimentation and have also influence on the religious reformation.
The humanism was spread thanks to:
1. The... Continue reading "Topic 2The Renaissance and The Religious Conflicts" »
1. the same substance always hs the same density
2.as pressure increases,density increases
3.as temperature increases,density decreases
4.water expands when it freezes
5.most changes R cyclic
6.water is most dense @ 4oc,when it is a liquid
7.the tru shape of the earth is an oblate spheroid,but from space it looks like a sphere.
44.as temperature increases,air pressure decreases
45.as moisture increases,pressure decreases
46.air pressure decreases with altitude
47.highs R QL & dry;lows R warm & wet
48.wind is due 2 air pressure differences
49.wind blows from high 2 low pressure
50.wind is named from the direction that it is coming from
51.the accepted value is the correct answer.the measured value is the... Continue reading "Earth science" »
Multilingualism is when the people are able to use more than two languages in their everyday life or when more than two languages co-exist and are necessary in everyday communication.
The languages they use have different statuses as majority/minority languages both in their community and internationally and some of the languages are used primarily in the private domain while others are used primarily in public domains, such as work or school.
Is the development of multilingual competence with the help of the educational system.
Trilingual/multilingual education consisted in educational programmes that use languages other than the first languages as media of instruction and they aim for communicate proficiency... Continue reading "Bilingualism with diglossia" »
In this methodology, the foreign language is used as a vehicle for accessing information, and is used for instruction and communication.
Learning the language and learning content are part of the same process.
In this methodology, children use another language naturally, and they soon forget about the language and only focus on the learning topic.
CLIL is called dual-focused education because there are two main aims: The first objective is related to the subject or topic, and the second objective is related to the language.
Caracteristics of Clil
CLIL is positive for learning of the target language (TL) and other subjects.
It can offer to children a natural situation for language... Continue reading "Multilingualism 2" »
A previous approach, education is improved, is linked to the ideal vision of man and his role in the world.
In this initial educational function can be the root and timológica the concept of education. (1)
When we speak of education must combine the personal needs
with its social impact, therefore it is necessary to clarify a number of requirements
that will lead to targets and the move to close us astray. First
Instead, any definition of education was established according to the purposes thereof.
That is, what they really want to establish is a final end-goal or objective-to
which is reached through a series of devices.
Notes individuating the concept of "education"
In the approach to play a decisive role for... Continue reading "Concept of education" »
Demographic policy:In underdeveloped countries,the governments reduce the birth rate through familyplanning policies.In rich countries the governments give incentives to people who have children.
Cultural factors:The nuber of children is smaller when women have more education.The role of religion is also important.In general,most religions believe in large families.
Socio-economic factors:In poor countries children work from an early age,and contribute to family income.They take care their parents because there is not state welfare system and no pensions.Children are an economic burden.
Mortality rate:Mesures the number if deaths in a population.Was a very high on the 19th century,when it began to fall in developed countries.In the 20th century... Continue reading "Evolution birth and fertility rate" »
3)Henry VII:I tell you 3 things that Henry VII did as king:1.-In 1486 Henry married Elizabeth of York.2.- After the wars of the Roses, between the two houses ( York and Landcaster), the country wanted order, peace and stability.3.-The nobles had become more wealthy and powerful. Many had private armies.Henry used the law to control these families.4)Henry VIII:He was of the most famous kings in England.He had six wifes, he owned 60 palaces, 2000 tapestries, 90 swords and almost 2000 books.He spent so much money on weapons and wars.
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) A computer system that integrates application programs in accounting, sales, manufacturing, and the other functions in a firm. This integration is accomplished through a database shared by all the application programs.
Causal relationship A situation in which one event causes another. If the event is far enough in the future, it can be used as a basis for forecasting.
Collaborative Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishment (CPFR) An Internet tool to coordinate forecasting, production, and purchasing in a firm's supply chain.
Dependent demand Requirements for a product or service caused by the demand for other products or services. This type of internal demand does not need a forecast, but can be... Continue reading "Key terms" »