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  1. My Beautician hand book - Basic skincare. How make-up should be applied to different faces.

    Powder brush *?Biggest brush in your kit and all the hair is the same length. *?This is only used to remove excess powder after you have applied it with your powder puff. *?Wash with shampoo and conditioner. 8. Blusher brush *?This is a smaller version of the powder brush. *?Used to blend already applied blush. *?Wash with shampoo and conditioner. 9. Contour brush *?This is used to apply blush and it fits underneath your cheekbones. *?The hair of this brush graduates from short to long.

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  2. How does steven speilberg use filmic techniques to build tension and suspense in jaws

    If there was ever any justification for being petrified of sticking a toe in the ocean, it's Jaws! The tagline for the film, "Don't go in the water," indeed kept a lot of 1975 summer beachgoers and shark-hysterical swimmers wary; the film generated hysteria amid masses. Jaws was originally released in 1975, with use of a combination of methods which build suspense, tension and startle the audience. The tag line of the movie 'Don't go in the water' successfully sums up the plot, tone and overall theme of the film and creates an interest for those who want to discover the dangers lurking amongst the waters.

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  3. Humanities Coursework Oldham

    Institutional or covert racism is part of the way that an organisation or group of people deal with minorities. It is argued that this is done by organisations such as the health service and police. This does not mean that everyone in an organisation is racist. Many people believe that because the health service is mainly white people, they are racist. There may be hidden racism which is racism that is not recognised by everyone. This may be in the form that Asian or black people don't get the same value or quality of service by the health service compared to white people.

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  4. Humanities Leisure and Tourism Coursework St Lucia

    Tourism is an industry that provides services to tourists who are travelling away from their home, because so many people go on holiday each year there are so many jobs created in the country that is being visited, these include waitresses, hotel manager, pilots, travel agents, tour operators and sports and fitness. There are also many jobs created at the airport as the airports are becoming bigger and bigger because of the increased amount of people going abroad. All the people working in the travel and tourism industry work towards providing the best possible holidays and shorts breaks for the public.

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  5. P.e Self Analysis

    The ball will be bowled to you and it will be in the space from your head to your knees and it will be bowled to your bat. You have to judge the distance and swing the bat when the ball is within batting distance, if you time it perfectly; you'll hit the ball far and hopefully score well, if you don't get the timing right then you may not hit the ball as intended. Co-Ordination, Hand Eye Co-Ordination. As a batter, to have good Hand Eye Co-Ordination means you will manage a bat well and will increase your reaction time in game play.

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  6. A Comparison and Contrast of the different views of love presented in Cousin Kate (Christina Rossetti) and The Seduction (Eileen McAuley)

    The men in both poems did not care to provide for their children and the women they had affairs with. I think the men were extremely unemotional and selfish. The young girl in 'The Seduction' is given vodka and made drunk by the young boy she met at the party; therefore he tricks her to have sex with him. The poem definitely shows there is both a physical and mental side to love. The physical part in the two relationships is mainly sought by the men involved.

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  7. Stake holders report

    However if Chester Zoo increase their entry fee they may lose customers because some people may not have the money to visit the Zoo. Also it is easier to keep an existing customer than to attract new customers, so Chester Zoo should concentrate on keeping existing customers rather than trying to gain new ones. They may do this by providing special offers to existing customers to persuade them to visit again. Customers are also an important source of advertising because if a customer has a good experience at Chester Zoo they will recommend it to friends and family therefore attracting more customers to the Zoo.

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  8. Are Footballers Paid Too Much

    Should football involve money? Should it be a voluntary decision because it's a hobby and not a job? Are the extravagant pay packets that some footballers receive seen as unfair towards other hard working, lower-paid jobs? Maybe because you never see a footballer turning down an extravagant amount of money. Maybe it's the manager's fault. And could that money go to a better cause? Every Premier League first team player has more than enough money to cope and have a very good quality of life. But do other people suffer because of this? Areas of Study. My research question links into the political and economic area of study.

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  9. Do racist attitudes and behaviour exist within the English premier league and if so how can they be eliminated?

    Sports have always been an arena for criticism, hatred and discrimination of certain groups or individuals. In actuality, racism and other forms of discrimination, within the microcosm of sport, will forever be a reality. The fight against racism goes back into the years past slavery with discrimination against African Americans". The definition of racism is an action or attitude that separates a race of people. Racism in my view is an act that hurts or offends people's feelings because of their race. The law on racism in the UK today are The UK has been an increasingly high racist country for years, but the government is starting to act against racism meaning racist incidents are happening less and less.

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    Accountability and Transparency contribute to a well-informed public dispute and result in better policies with wider support. Broad participation can help improve the management of public expenditures toward priority areas and avoiding unproductive spending, such as generalized subsidies and excessive military spending. Broad contribution may also guide societies to tackle issues of social and economic inequality that are obstacles to poverty decline. Providing social safeguard to the poor requires mechanisms to moderate the impact of national and local crises and to reduce vulnerability. These include subsidies targeted to the poor, public works and "food for work" programs, sustainable, well-designed pension, unemployment and social assistance programs, and severance payments to those lay off during civil service retrenchment or public enterprise reform.

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    Intellectu?l disability is sometimes referred to as ? cognitive disability or mental retardation (Freund, 1999, pp 178-179). People with intellectu?l disability may have other disabilities as well. Examples of these coexisting conditions include cerebral palsy, seizure disorders, vision impairment, hearing loss, ?nd attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Causes of Intellectu?l Disabilities in U.? People with intellectu?l disabilities comprise about 2% of th? UK population. Demographics are, however, changing ?nd th? population of people with intellectu?l disabilities increased by 53% over th? 35 year period 1960-95, which equals 1.2% per year. ? further 11% increase is projected for th? 10 year period 1998-2008.

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    Your main responsibilities at work. * To provide excellent customer service to customers who are referred by other charities and local government agencies and to the general public. * To answer the telephone and accept donations of unwanted furniture. * To transfer telephone calls as needed * To ensure that all donations are put onto the database and then onto the donations board correctly. * To ensure that all the deliveries are entered into the database and are put into the correct tray for the corresponding day of delivery.

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  13. Should We Admire Che Guevara

    Although he was to be hindered all his life by severe asthma, Che was a great athlete, and a keen rugby union player, even earning himself the pet name 'Fuser' (a combination of his mother's name - de la Serna, and El Furibundo - raging). He was also however, given the nickname Chancho (pig), as he rarely washed and proudly wore a 'weekly shirt'. Aside from this, Che was a great intellectual with a burning love of poetry and all literature which stayed with him all his life.

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  14. Economics - Oligopoly

    Their most recent records show the following about the top 4 supermarkets in the UK today. The results below indicate that the concentration ratio is in line for an oligopolistic market structure: Tesco: 31.6% ASDA: 16.6% Sainsbury's: 16.0% Morrisons: 11.0% Total for all: 75.2% 2) Non-Priced Competition: This is a marketing technique which involves using the quality, popularity or any other aspect of a product that is not price to attract more consumers to purchase that product. In an oligopoly, price is not used as a means to compete with other firms; as soon as one firm raises their price for a product, that firm will lose nearly every consumer that they previously gained from their firm.

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  15. Obesity. In this project I hope to aim to locate the function of the catering industry in the rapid rise in obesity.

    Week 2 I am going to analyse my results from the questionnaire to find out exactly what teenagers eat on a daily basis and to decide whether obesity really is an issue in our school. Week 3 Research what obesity is and how it is caused using the internet and referring back to my questionnaire results for evidence. Week 4 I will research fast food outlets and their menus. I will concentrate on the healthy alternatives they offer to see if they really are as healthy as they state.

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  16. Chitizenship Coursework

    Planning Stages We decided to do our presentation when we where looking through a booklet in our PSHCE lesson, that had suggestions in of what we could do for our coursework. We decided this could be fun for both the children and us and be an opportunity to see how well we can interact with children. We discussed a school that would be appropriate for us to go to and then got in contact with the head master by writing a letter.

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  17. Citizenship - drugs project

    Signature: Date: Centre Marks Section 1: Planning (AO3) max mark 10 Section 2: Activity Log (AO1) max mark 10 Section 3: Communication (AO2) max mark 10 Section 4: Evaluation (AO3) max mark 10 Total: max mark 40 Response Form Section One: Planning * Describe how you planned the different stages in your activity * Outline your contribution to the activity * Refer to the contributions, views and experiences of others. Planning Stages: The Citizenship teacher first told us about our Coursework topic.

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  18. Maths Statistics Coursework

    and the median to allow me to draw box-plot charts, which will help me take out any pieces of data that are too far from the rest and could unfairly change my results, so my investigation will be more reliable and accurate. I will remove these outliers from my data table and use the remaining data to test my hypotheses in the ways shown below: For my first hypothesis, I will divide the height values into groups of varying sizes and use these groups to draw a pair of frequency density histograms and probability distribution curves.

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  19. GCSE Maths Statistics Coursework

    From my stratified sample, I will answer aim 2 by plotting a scatter diagram showing IQ against age this will allow a direct comparison of the two variables. I will plot the whole population sample on one graph to show any correlation between the two variables. If the variables show correlation, I will plot a line of best fit using the mean average of the data. From this information, I should be able to infer a judgment on some of the mental changes that take place during this time of children's development.

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  20. Citizenship Coursework

    Signature: Date: Centre Marks Section 1: Planning (AO3) max mark 10 Section 2: Activity Log (AO1) max mark 10 Section 3: Communication (AO2) max mark 10 Section 4: Evaluation (AO3) max mark 10 Total: max mark 40 Response Form Section One: Planning * Describe how you planned the different stages in your activity * Outline your contribution to the activity * Refer to the contributions, views and experiences of others. Planning Stages: For this coursework, a lot of planning was needed, we made sure that everyone was on track and the work provided by each member of our group was up to standards.

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  21. science in the workplace

    Ms Chilvers The word hazard in a situation where there is a high threat to life, health, property and environment. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hazard The general hazards we normally find in the laboratory are fires, explosions, Chemical and Thermal Burns, Cuts, Absorption of Chemicals, Inhalation of Chemicals and Ingestion of Chemicals. To prevent fires in the laboratory, there should never be open flames and they should never heat any organic solvent in an open vessel, such as a test tube, Erlenmeyer flask, or beaker, with a flame.

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  22. Investigation into the Internal and External Communication methods of a school (BCS GCSE - attained full marks)

    Examples of primary sources are: interviews, questionnaires, observations (e.g. From a museum), diaries, case studies or autobiographies (Although these could hold a biased view from the person who wrote it). Secondary research is research that isn't from its original source, like from a textbook or a website that documented on the topic it's telling us about. Examples of secondary research are: websites, textbooks, encyclopedias, videos, magazines or newspapers, and CD ROM software. Primary research can be good because you can get an eye-witness view of something if it is part of a real place or thing, rather from a picture from a textbook or website.

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  23. Wilderness

    I closed my eyes and listened. It was Mark. It was Mark screaming into the night. It was Mark being torn apart. I opened my eyes, slowly, and looked behind me. There was nothing. There were no red eyes, there were no bloodied teeth. Yet I could hear its breath so close, smell its disgusting raw hunger. But it wasn't there, Mark's cries told me that. It had followed Mark - the fattest one - meat on the carcass for a good feast. But I could still hear its breath, trapped in my mind, telling me it was near, that despite Mark's cries it was still hunting me.

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  24. Romeo & Juliet 'I am fortune's fool' - to what extent is Romeo a victim of fate?

    fortune tellers, looked for 'signs', followed astrology and heeded stories about the supernatural to help them make sense of their lives and the world they lived in. That was the reason why Shakespeare's supernatural plays such as Macbeth and A Midsummer Night's Dream were highly popular. Romeo and Juliet endure a catalogue of misfortune from the outset of the play, starting with their fateful meeting at the Capulet ball, to the conclusion, where they both die in love with each other.

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  25. What safeguards need to be in place when assessing children and the need for objectivity?

    This will help us not to draw inaccurate conclusions from our observations and assessments. We must also talk to parents and colleagues to let them know what we have seen, and share any concerns. What safeguards need to be in place when assessing children and the need for objectivity? When observing we need to make sure the childs identity cannot be accessed. You should make sure that the setting has permission from the parents to observe their child, and try involving the childs parents in the assessment of their child .

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The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) is a qualification which students sit at the age of 16. Most students are entered for 8-10 subjects at GCSE although there are some schools where individual entries number 12 or 13 subjects. University admissions tutors and employers are more likely to be impressed by the more moderate range of good grades which show application and commitment.

There is quite a lot of work in each GCSE so it's always advisable to plan for that and make sure you can cope with the workload. In the vast majority ofschools GCSE Maths, English Language and Science are compulsory and the other subjects you will be entered for will be options that you choose from a range offered by the school (in some establishments a language is also compulsory and in others, Religious Studies too). All in all it's worth taking a lot of time in Yr 9 identifying those which you have to take, and then finding out as much as you can about the others before choosing your options.


Conclusion analysis

Good conclusions usually refer back to the question or title and address it directly - for example by using key words from the title.
How well do you think these conclusions address the title or question? Answering these questions should help you find out.

  1. Do they use key words from the title or question?
  2. Do they answer the question directly?
  3. Can you work out the question or title just by reading the conclusion?
  • Compare the representation of class and status for 3 music videos

    "Conclusion These Three videos are all good to compare because the situations are similar in the way that everybody is portrayed to be either high or low in class and status through camera angles, lighting ect. But they all have different story lines. Nelly is trying to get her husband out of her mind, JK is in rehab and the people in the Wiley video are getting through a day in the office. They all compare well in how different status and classes can be used in different situations. Jamiroquoi is high in status while Nelly is high in status but lower than the other people in the video and although Wiley isn't actually in his video, his puppets do a pretty good job of showing that he is high in status."

  • Compare the ways in which the two film openings present their characters and themes, and set up the basis for the story of the whole film.

    "I think that the opening of the more modern version appeals to me more, as I find it very interesting to see the clashing of setting and language working so effectively. The repetition of the prologue was also very good, as it made the opening much more memorable than Zeffirelli's version, something which is key for a good film."

  • Analyse and comment on the effectiveness of the media devices used to present war in sections of Braveheart and Saving Private Ryan.

    "In conclusion I would like to state that both films used their techniques effectively with the wanted effect imposed on the audience. Also, that the use of the camera shots was cleverly organised as they clearly let the audience know what was going on in every one of the scenes in both films. Also, the realism made the films seem more appealing as it made it seem as though it was the complete truth."

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