Zebrawereld : Alles over verkeersongevallen
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Deze website is een online wereld waarin kinderen van zes tot twaalf jaar informatie en spelletjes vinden over verkeersongevallen en hun gevolgen. De website is gemaakt op maat van kinderen. Ze vinden er …


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1.5.8 Bibliographic software

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Learning outcomes

On completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • give a definition of crime (in terms of society);

  • state the steps and factors that lead from a crime to conviction;

  • illustrate how society views crime ‘with fear and fascination’;

  • give examples of the relationship between crime rates and the evidence to support these claims.


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Introduction

Do you want to improve your ability to divide one number by another without having to rely on a calculator? This unit will help you get to grips with division and give you some practice in dividing numbers.

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Lesson #021, Monday

ance = anza

importance = importanza

ence = enza

intelligence = intelligenza

ant = ante

important = importante

ent = ente

student = studente

ible = bile

possible = possibile

ist = ista

dentist = dentista

ly = mente

generally = generalmente

sion = sione

mission = missione

tion = zione

station = stazione

ty = ta'

society = societa'


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