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  1. Citizenship Coursework - Year 10 Work Experience

    Health and Safety is essential anywhere, but I think it would be quite interesting to find out how this catering service go about their rules and regulations; if they follow them or not, and how they keep things in order to protect their customers. When I am going on my placement I will use different methods to research the topic on Health and Safety. Here are the methods of research I plan to use: Task Primary Secondary Objective Interview Manager To find out more about health and safety in the workplace, and the responsibilities you'd have to abide by the

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  2. Unit 3C: ICT Meeting Special Needs

    Advantages o It's is small and the right size to fit a hand and says it in voice the time and date o Help people with appointments and helps them to not forget time and date and if they got anything information o Tell you everything in English, 99 different languages o It is like a person that is standing next to the blind person and helping Disadvantages o Not waterproof o Easily breaks o Something's very disturbing o Gets lost o One of the bad thing about Braille Watches is that it only reminds you once and that's bad

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  3. Should we screen embryos for genetic diseases?

    These are the packaging system of our DNA that allows 2m to fit in the nucleus of every cell. In the case of humans we have 46 distinct packages, 23 from each parent. Genes Genes are an area of the DNA encoding information that can be used in the production of protein. Humans have 30,000 or so areas of coding DNA. This DNA encodes for all of the different proteins that perform all the cellular tasks in the body and also define the different traits and characteristics we all have. One example of people traits is hair colour which is inherited from parents.

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  4. Discuss what moral judgements the audience comes to from watching 'The Shawshank Redemption'

    He also did tax returns for the prison guards and kept accounts for the warden, helping him cover up the amounts of money he acquired illegally. Andy served just less than twenty years at the prison before he managed to complete his tunnel and break free from the prison. The audience feels the unfairness of this good man being locked away in a prison and shares in the character's elation when he manages to get the better of the prison system and escape.

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  5. creative writing

    Paragraphs 15, 16, 17 & 18 : Going to shop to purchase bleach. Use metaphors and lots of description. Paragraph 19 : Going back to doorway to commit suicide. Use one-word sentence, metaphor and personification. Paragraphs 20, 21, 22 & 23 : Sees girl in his doorway. Use anaphora, similes, metaphors, alliteration and lots of description. Paragraph 24 : Morning after meeting girl. Use simile and three-point list. Paragraphs 25 & 26 : How he feels, how she makes him feel. Discovers he's in love. Starts to think about future. Use anaphora, simile and mono-syllabic sentences.

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  6. Marketing courseowrk task 3 memo

    people are going to visit the park, therefore Thorpe Park needs to launch new products and promote their new products throughout the internet or posters so that costumers can see that Thorpe Park has obtained new products and therefore this would mean that customers would want to experience the new launched products which would also enhance the popularity of the park. Furthermore people would speak about the theme park to their friends and family and furthermore bringing in more customers to the park which means more money is going to be spent not only with the entrance ticket purchase but

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  7. The Last Chance

    Weeks of this same routine went past and I kept falling behind with schoolwork, as the exams started there was a lot more pressure placed upon me, trying to catch up it seemed like an impossible task which was never ending. The relationship was getting worse with my mum, shouldn't wouldn't talk to me anymore, just blanked me every time she saw me as if she was guilty about something. I kept trying to talk her, but I didn't work, I used to sit by her door for hours trying to talk to her, but I never got a reply, I used to sit there with my coursework, asking her for help, but nothing would work.

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  8. GCSE Citizenship - Cancer Research UK

    The wristbands were shipped in from America, which is why the wristbands arrived a bit later than the cakes. As there were three people in the group the practical part of the project was quite easy and we got all the work done in time, we all worked together as a team and we co-operated very well too. This helped us a lot as we got the practical part of our project finished very quickly and effectively. We raised enough money to really make a difference to people with cancer needing our money. We put a table next to the staff room corridor this helped attract a lot of costumers as a lot of people went past the staff room either to go into the dinner hall or to go into the staff room.

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  9. Great Expectations

    because before she got married her fiance left her so she wants Estella to break Pips heart as Miss Havisham is very against love. From this chapter Pip seems to think that Miss Havisham is his benefactor but as the story goes on he finds out that a convict is his benefactor and not Miss Havisham. 2. The story is looked at by both child Pip and adult Pip and he has very vivid memories of what happened to him as a child.

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  10. Citizenship Task. Our aim was to raise awareness of the issues concerning Global poverty, the steps to be taken and how an individual or a collective community can contribute to solving the problem

    What inspired us to do this particular activity was due to the increasing number of people affected by the tragic situations caused by lack of food and shelter as emphasized by the Human appeal organization. Yet, there is a significant amount of people who are ignorant of this global crisis. Therefore, we investigated the awareness of world poverty within the community to determine how intact people were with their willingness to help this cause as well as the organization we chose to support.

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  11. Synopsis on Cocacola

    This report outlines the history and financial position of the Coca-Cola Company globally, compared to its competitors. The first part of the study takes us through the present state of affairs of the beverage industry and Coca-Cola Company globally. The report contains a brief introduction of Coca Cola Company which contains detailed history of the company, discusses about the products, the members of the organization and its major competitors. A SWOT analysis on the company is made to know the strengths and weaknesses of the company. The main objective of this project report is to analyze and study the financial position of Coca- Cola Company.

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