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Eenvoudig werkblad waarmee leerlingen oefenen hoeveel geld ze terugkrijgen als ze te veel betaald hebben. Het bedrag kan getekend of geschreven worden. Er wordt gewerkt met getallen kleiner dan 10.


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Doukhobor collection
The Doukhobor collection is a database of primary sources held at Simon Frazer University, relating to a Russian religious sect ('the spirit-wrestlers') which emigrated to Canada in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Over 260 digitised primary sources (500+ images) dating from 1898 to 1975 may be browsed or searched by keyword. These include: letters; photographs; postcards; books and book chapters; magazine articles; documents; interviews. The site is structured around the followi
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Rosalind Armson, author

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Ray Ison, author

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Simon Bell, critical reader

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This Web page gives free access to a series of free literature reviews written for the Newcastle-based charity Creativity, Culture and Education, the national organisation which manages the Government-funded Creative Partnerships initiative for arts in state schools. At March 2010 there are eight reviews by noted academics, each available as a free PDF file. These include, among others: Justin O'Connor's history of the formation and definition of the creative sector; Kate Oakley's overview of th
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2.3 Attenuation

Activity 2

At approximately what wavelength is the attenuation of optical fibre lowest? What, approximately, is the attenuation at that wavelength? What other wavelengths are used and why?

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2.1 Learning and culture

As discussed in Reading 1.6, the behaviour of all living organisms that determines their resource use is mostly controlled by a set of models encoded in their genetic material. Most significant changes in the behaviour of a particular species of organism are usually a result of genetic evolution. But, some
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Can Chipotle Stop Its Food Safety Crisis from Boiling Over?
As it battles the fallout of food contamination outbreaks, Mexican food chain Chipotle must revamp food safety processes across its supply chain and build a company-wide culture to reinforce those, experts suggest.
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Introduction

This unit investigates certain philosophical questions concerning the nature of emotions.

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2.1 Force-field diagrams

A force-field diagram shows the opposing pressures (or forces) that are bearing on a situation. Within the context of planning and managing change, the diagram shows the forces which are supportive of change (the driving forces) and the forces which are likely to be unhelpful or resistant (the restraining forces).


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Management in Chinese cultures
What can we learn from the way business is done in Asian cultures? The dominant management philosophy in the Asia-Pacific region is a Chinese one, emphasising Confucian values, the family and respect for authority. Does the enduring success of this approach have important lessons for us in the West, or is this management style increasingly redundant, as economies and companies internationalise and mature? This album visits several companies in Asia to explore the relationship between value syste
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7.391 Concept-Centered Teaching (MIT)
Do you like teaching, but find yourself frustrated by how little students seem to learn? Would you like to try teaching, but are nervous about whether you will be any good at it? Are you interested in new research on science education? Research in science education shows that the greatest obstacle to student learning is the failure to identify and confront the misconceptions with which the students enter the class or those that they acquire during their studies. This weekly seminar course focuse
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2.2 Older lives and the shadows of the workhouse: mediating ‘welfare’ through the thre

For much of the nineteenth century, the experience of public welfare by older working-class people was mediated through the local administrations of the 1834 New Poor Law Act (a separate Act was introduced in Scotland in 1845) and the deterrent of the workhouse that provided its spine. The Act enshrined a particular set of social relations underpinned by the dominant liberal political ideology of laissez-faire. Predicated on a philosophy of non-state intervention, this ideology advocat
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The Tree That Spoke - Part 9 of 10
Dharmabudhi is accused by the voice coming from the tree. Dharmabudhi laughs and declares himself not guilty. The dishonest son insists the tree is telling the truth.
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2 What are some possible alternatives?

Dictatorship – one person decides for all. If one person is superior to all others, what is wrong with this? But what would we mean by superior, and is that what should really count anyway?

Religious leaders – if there is a moral code, such as a religious one, which sets out right and wrong, why should we vote and why should everyone have a voice? Surely, we just need religious leaders to tell us what, for example, the Bible or the Koran requires of us?

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Oefen de weetwoorden ch/g met dit gereedschap. Het gereedschap werkt zelfcorrigerend. Is een antwoord goed, dan kleurt het kader groen. Foutief antwoord, het kader kleurt rood.

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1.5 Non-molecular substances

Non-molecular substances defy attempts to pick out discrete molecules from their structures. One example is common salt, NaCl, which is built up from the tiny cubes shown in Figure 10a. Look first at the sodium at the centre of the cube.

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Journalist, broadcaster, and bestselling author, Simon Winchester, tells the remarkable story of Joseph Needham, an eccentric English chemist who wrote a vast book on Chinese science which remains the longest book about China ever written in the English language. Winchester 19s lecture on The Man Who Loved China was delivered at the Royal Ontario Museum on October 14, 2010.
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Clashes intensify in Yemen's southern port city of Aden and Saudi-led strikes pound Houthi targets in the capital, as a humanitarian crisis goes from bad to worse. Mana Rabiee reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, nat
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