I will be explaining how I conducted my investigation and why I chose this method. Firstly, to perform my investigation, I chose to ask people in Birmingham City Centre, questions about traffic congestion and its effects.
In this section, I will be explaining how I conducted my investigation and why I chose this method. Firstly, to perform my investigation, I chose to ask people in Birmingham City Centre, questions about traffic congestion and its effects. I also did a traffic count on Broad Street, to see what kind of transport went into Broad Street and how many was there of each type. I used one primary collection technique. This was asking questions to the public in the City Centre on 2 consecutive days. I asked 12 questions regarding traffic congestion. I gave them choices of answering ( A,B,C,D e.t.c) for only a few questions such as Age. I asked these questions in places such as Coperation Street and around Broad Street. Since these places had a vast number of people compared to other, I used this method because it was the easiest and quickest way of asking the allotted people I had. But aswell as this, I asked people for their own views such as this question, '' How do you think the problem can be solved?''. I asked questions like these so that I could get a cross reference of what people would most likely think overall would solve the problem of congestion. In this way I would use the answers to give thoughts about traffic congestion and I'd give solutions to cutting down congestion. I planned my questions carefully and thought about keeping it simple. I gave a variety of open and
4 Charlie Street Leicester High fields Le2 9lq Monday 26th February 2007 Leicester city council 41 Welford Road Leicester Le2 3lp RE: CLOSURE OF THE PARK Dear sir/madam, I am deeply saddened by your decision to close Spinney Hill Park. This is the only major park in high fields. Spinney Hill Park is a massive park; it has 34 acres of sloping parkland, with two popular and well-equipped play areas and an adventure playground. The large grassed areas are suitable for a number of leisure/recreational activities.Many youngsters of today use Spinney Hill Park for getting fresh air, playing football, playing basketball, tennis, crazy golf, playing on the swings, slides and the wheel. This is the only park where the children and enjoy their time. The elderly people use Spinney Hill Park for getting some nice fresh air and pass their time. Some elderly people come to sit on the benches provided and play cards with their friends. Some people take their pets for an early walk. Some people go to Spinney Hill Park to do exercise. Some times people come to Spinney Hill Park because there is a funfair in the park and want to have some fun by going on the rides in the funfair. There are many rare animals that can be sighted on rare occasions. Spinney Hill Park has a lot of things to offer. On the weekend Spinney Hill Park is full because many youngsters go to play, mainly
Meine Gesundheit Ich bin ziemlich gesund. Auf der einen Seite, war ich nicht letztes Jahr nicht so gesund, weil ich zuviele Schokolade gegessen habe. Ich versuche gesund zukünftig zu bleiben. Ich denke, dass es wichtig ist, gesund zu sein, weil es Sie glücklich behält Um gesund zu blieben, trinke ich sehr viel wasser. Ich trinke gern Wasser, aber ich trinke nich gern Cola, weil es nich gut fur die Gesundheit ist. Auch, rauche ich mindestens zehn Zigaretten pro Tag. Nein, ich Scherze! Ich finde Zigaretten sehr ekelhaft und stinkend! Um gesünder zu blieben, sollte ich zu Fuß zur Schule gehen, immerhin muss ich bei um drei in den Morgen aufstehen, und das ist nicht gut! Ich esse gern Salat, Nudeln, Hähnchen, Gemuse und Obst, weil sie gut fur die Gesundheit sind. Ich esse nich sehr oft Hamburger oder fetthältig Fleisch. Ich hasse Pommes Frites! Auch, um fit zu blieben, gehe ich jeden Tag mit meinem Hund spazieren. Morgens esse ich Toast mit Marmalade, dazu trinke ich Orangensaft oder Apfelsaft. Ich esse gern Graubrot, es ist sehr gut fur die Gesundheit. Jedoch, mag ich Getreide nicht, weil es Unappetitlich ist! Wenn ich zu spät aufstehe (welcher oft ist!), dann nehme ich eine Banane und esse sie im Auto. Ich mag Frühstück nicht. Mein Bruder ist nicht so gesund wie ich. Obwohl er neun ist, isst er viel! Seine Lieblingsmahlzeit ist Pizza und Pommes frites (nich so
Using the literary and linguistic concepts and approaches of 'I Syng of a Mayden', this essay will be focusing on how the anonymous poet conveys religious ideas throughout the poem. The poem was written by an anonymous poet in the 15th Centaury
Sarah Thomas - English Lit/Lang - C How does the poet convey religious ideas in the poem 'I Syng of a Mayden'? Using the literary and linguistic concepts and approaches of 'I Syng of a Mayden', this essay will be focusing on how the anonymous poet conveys religious ideas throughout the poem. The poem was written by an anonymous poet in the 15th Centaury. As it was by an anonymous poet the poem was probably passed round by mouth and song meaning that it could be a ballad or hymn. As well as that, I also feel that due to the fact that the three middle verses all have 'That fallyt on the...' and 'As due in Aprylle' repeated it suggests that it could very well be a ballad or hymn as most are structured like that. The title 'I Syng of a Mayden' is Middle English text and the word 'Mayden' especially, as it's very medieval language dating back to The Madonna and Child where all paintings were focused on Bible stories, and a lot of poems at the time were transcribed in Monasteries indicating religious themes. 'Mayden' also means Virgin, relating back to the religious side of the poem, which could suggested that 'I Syng of a Mayden' was about the religious symbol, the Virgin Mary. Throughout the poem it shows references to Mary and baby Jesus, such as 'Kyng of alle Kynges' which has been mentioned in the Bible referring to Christ being more powerful than any King, 'He cam al so
Coursework Question 3 In What Ways did the Nazis Attempt to eliminate all Jews from Germany? From 1941 onwards, the Nazis used a number of methods to eliminate all Jews from Europe. Before 1941 the Nazis tried to move Jews out of Germany into other countries like Poland. This was called the first solution and this changed during the war. This changed because when Germany invaded Poland, Austria and Czechoslovakia they inherited an additional 3.5 million Jews, and with another 3 million other Jews living in Germany, it meant that Hitler and the Nazis were now sharing their countries with 6.5 million Jews. This made it basically impossible for Hitler to carry on sending Jews to other countries. As a result of this Hitler organised a meeting in Wansee, which was called the Wansee conference. At the Wansee conference the final solution was agreed. The final solution was to send Jews and other small minority groups such as homosexuals and gypsies to extermination camps. This meant that Hitler had decided to wipe out all the Jews. Work/slave camps; also known as concentration camps were built to imprison Jews. In the camps the Jews were made to work extremely hard and they were fed very little. Only the strong fit Jewish people were sent to the camps. They decided who to put in the concentration camps when the S.S made the prisoners strip, run around and there would be doctors
Monique Fontes Psychology of Language 0/27/03 Part II: Essay Questions .) The Nittrouer Study: An early experiment, hypothesizing infant speech perception, found that infants could classify two stop-vowel syllables that varied in acoustic dimension. In other words, the results of the Eimas study suggested that, even before language acquisition, humans could differentiate between different categories of phonemes. Further evidence showed that infants could discriminate virtually all the world's phonetic differences. For example, Aslin's Universal Theory proposes that all infants are born with a "universal set" of phonetic boundaries and through experience with one's native language certain categories are maintained, while others are dissolved. With these theories, comes the implication that language perception is innate; however, such concepts ignore existing contradictory evidence. Susan Nittrouer found such results which, consequentially, compelled her to question the long-standing notion of innate phonetic boundaries Susan Nittrouer intended to test the weighing strategies used by infants for the various acoustic properties that define linguistic categories. However, her results showed that infants not only lacked weighing strategies, but also lacked reliability in discriminating between phonetic categories. She admits that her findings coincide with those that
My task is to compare two poems called 'Milk for the Cat' which is written by Harold Monro and 'A Case of Murder' which is written by Vernon Scanell. The title 'Milk for the Cat' suggests that it is about a cat that is greedy and when she/he goes to drink her/ his milk she/he dies. The title 'A Case of Murder', suggests that it is about a killer who murders someone and detectives are investigating it. The poem 'Milk for the Cat' is about a cat that wants some milk and waits for it. In the end she gets her milk, at the last drop of the milk she sinks back into the night. The poem 'A case of Murder' is about a cat that was left alone in a basement flat and he only was nine. There was a boy who hated the cat and he dumped the cat in a spidery cupboard under the stair. The Cat in 'Milk for the Cat' is quite stubborn because she has to have her milk and in the end she gets it. The cat in 'A Case of Murder' is quite innocent because she didn't do anything to the boy. The people in 'Milk for the Cat' are eating and are laughing while two old ladies are stroking their silk. The boy in 'A Case of Murder' keeps on looking at the cat, he didn't like the cat so he took his daddy's stick and hit the cat and then he dumped it in a spidery cupboard. The effect in the ending in 'Milk for the Cat' makes the reader feel sleepy because when it says' Three or four hours unconscious
Critically access the scientific evidence for global warming and explain using selected examples how its impacts could produce problems and benefits for human activities and land uses.
Critically access the scientific evidence for global warming and explain using selected examples how its impacts could produce problems and benefits for human activities and land uses. Global warming as it states in its title is a global phenomenon which has global implications. Present day situations are not at any levels to cause major change in the global scale of things but localised problems are becoming apparent and causing a global investigation into the causes and possible future effects of global warming. The scientific predictions available paint a bleak picture and without immediate intervention into the causes of global warming the impacts on all areas of human society will soon become apparent. In this essay I am going to access the evidence available on global warming and how this evidence leads to the impacts that will affect human land use and activities. The greenhouse effect is the way the earth is warmed in the day by the incoming rays from the sun and cooled at night by inferred waves leaving the earth. These cause a balance and result in our current temperatures. The incoming rays pass easily through the atmosphere which is made up of mainly nitrogen and oxygen but some of the out going radiation is trapped by the remaining trace gases. These trap the heat as a greenhouse does hence they're named green house gases. These natural gases maintain the
Wealth and Poverty coursework . Give the response of Christianity and one other religion to wealth and poverty. Christians believe that if you have plenty of money then you should give to those less fortunate than yourselves. They teach that God blesses those who provide for the poor. They also say that the church should concern itself with the deprived and that they should have a responsibility to them. Jesus taught that your life should not revolve around money, Matthew 6 19-21 states that you cannot take your wealth with you when you die so why let your life depend on money now. Another bible passage Corinthians Cn8 v1-13 says that Jesus was once rich but he became poor in order to give to those less fortunate than himself, and so he's saying that you should give to those who need it. Jesus also taught that true happiness is not found through money. Timothy 6 v6-10 says you shouldn't be greedy about money and not let it take over your life. Other examples include the information from Luke 21, which says that you should give a fair share of your wealth to the poor. Acts 2 v44-47 says that you should get rid of things they do not need in order to give to the poor, which makes the Christians respond by saying that the church should concern itself with the poor and the needy. Christians also believe that the church should have a responsibility for the poor, Matthew ch14
AO1: Explain, with use to the Biblical and church teachings, what Christians believe about the "sanctity of human life." So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. God blessed them and said to them," Be fruitful and increase in number, fill the earth and subdue it." The sanctity of human life is something that is to be respected. It is the appreciation of life itself and is something which the Catholic Church believes is a gift from god and that it is something that no one but God has the right to take it away. The origins of the Christian belief about the sanctity of human life can be seen in the bible; "Do you not know that you are God's Temple and that God's Spirit dwells in you? If anyone destroys God's temple, God will destroy that person. For God's temple is holy, and you are that temple." (1 Cor: 3:16-17) This quotation, from the book of Corinthians, suggests that to take the life of another human being is something that for God is a punishable crime and that the Sanctity of Human Life is to be kept sacred and holy. "Your body is the temple of the holy spirit", For this reason it would be wrong and against Christian teaching to commit suicide or to take another human life. Also the fifth commandment is, "You shall not kill", (Exodus 20:13) So it is clear from the bible that human beings are