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First of all, do some of the relaxation exercises we have described above. Then imagine yourself in this calm state taking the exam. You feel purposeful and confident. You see yourself at a desk in the exam room environment. You feel entirely at home and attuned to that moment, working effectively and concentrating well.

Now practise visualising this positive, clear, realistic image over and over again.


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  • We can learn to use writing of all sorts as evidence by practising how to interpret it and by becoming aware of the conventions attached to its primary purpose for example as personal testimony, journalism, commercially produced material, such as market research and academic writing as well as material produced specifically through research such as interview data.

  • When approaching a piece of writing:


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Customers are people who buy our products and services, and may or may not use them. The key to defining these people as ‘customers’ is that each engages in an exchange relationship that adds value to the organisation providing the product or service. Consumers do not give any value to organisations – there is no exchange relationship. They use products and services, but do not buy them.

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Finger, J.M. and Schuler, P. (2002) ‘Implementation of WTO commitments: the development challenge’ in Hoekman, B.M., English, P. and Mattoo, A. (eds) Development, Trade and the WTO: A Handbook, Washington, DC, World Bank.

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After studying this unit you should:

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  • be familiar with the terminology used in relation to the global dimension;

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  • know how the global dimension can enhance the primary school curriculum;

  • be able to plan the global dimension into the secondary curriculum.


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