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ڕێکەوت یان بەروار؟ ڕێنووسی زمانی کوردی
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وشەی لێکدراو ٢، ڕێنووس، زمانی کوردی
📤 8 years ago 2010-11-22
باسێک لهسهر ڕێنووسی زمانی کوردی: یهک: یێک
Keshi Eruzi کێش لە شیعری عەرووزی
📤 5 years ago 2013-07-15
نموونەیەک لە دیاریکردنی کێش لە هۆنراوەی عەرووزیی کوردیدا
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📤 5 years ago 2013-06-27
بەشێکی تر لە زاراوەسازی کە پێی دەوترێ (تێکەڵاوکردن blend) کە شێوازێکە بۆ دەوڵەمەندبوونی زمان.
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📤 5 years ago 2013-06-26
ڕێبازی وەرگرتن لە زاراوەسازیی کوردی. یەکێک لە ڕێبازەکانی وشەسازی لە زمانی کوردیدا
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لێرە سەردێڕی ئەو خاڵانەی کە لە ڕێنووسدا هەڵەیان تێدا دەکرێت دەخرێتە پێش چاو، بۆ بینینی نموونە بۆ هەر کام لەو بەشانە چاو لە بەرنامەکانی فێرگەی زمانی کوردی بکەن لەسەر یوتووب fzkurdi
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چۆنێتیی گۆڕینی زمانی فەیسبووک بۆ کوردیی ناوەندی (سۆرانی)
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That's Why School Lessons Last Exactly 45 Minutes
📤 1 week ago 2019-01-10
Have you ever wondered why your classes are so long? If you’re sitting in class, bored out of your mind, wondering who came up with the idea of making the lesson so long, you’re about to find out!
Some people claim that 9-year-old children, for example, can concentrate for an hour. However, according to The Washington Post, physiologically, after just 20 minutes of sitting, the brain starts to receive less oxygen and glucose, which decreases concentration. We're about to tell you how class duration was determined and about the intense debate surrounding class timings, which started centuries ago and is still raging!
Who to blame for having to get up so early to head to school 0:59
How the 45-minute system was established 2:09
How the USA established their education system 4:43
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- The educational system of the country you live in might have been inspired by the Prussian school system. So if you live in the United States, Germany, Finland, or the UK, you’re affected by the decisions Prussia made in the 19th century.
- Back then, critics weren’t so concerned about children having time to chill, but they were concerned that digestion seemed to cause an afternoon lull after lunch, preventing children from concentrating.
- The circadian clock expects you to digest food at certain times, so your energy levels dip between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
- In the US, the state of Massachusetts was trying to find the best educational approach. Horace Mann, the secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education at the time, was trying to understand why children were so unruly at school.
- Massachusetts became the first state to provide all citizens with free education. During the next 66 years, all the other states followed its example and taught the Prussian way.
- In 1983, the US government called for education reform in the “A Nation at Risk” report. The report declared that the educational system was starting to slide.
- The conclusion was that schools would start to use computers and new software, but the system itself remains largely unchanged.
- The Prussian system has been adopted as a “one size fits all” approach, and it has been criticized for this reason. Not everyone learns at the same pace and with the same methodology because we’re all different!
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📤 6 days ago 2019-01-14
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Autistic Boy Takes Hidden Microphone To School – The Distressing Audio Got Two Teachers Fired
📤 2 weeks ago 2019-01-02
Children with special needs require varying levels of care, both at home and at school. Milissa Davis can certainly attest to that, as her son Camden is severely autistic. However, after seeing a dramatic change in his behavior, she planted a recording device in his backpack, hoping to discover the cause. The resulting audio led to the dismissal of two people at his school.
Camden was a student at The Greater Baton Rouge Hope Academy in Louisiana. It’s a school that specializes in teaching children with special needs. The facility welcomes those who have conditions such as Asperger’s syndrome, dyslexia, Down syndrome, ADHD and autism. However, Davis started to notice that something was wrong in March 2018.
Camden’s behavior at home was changing, as the 12-year-old started to act aggressively towards his parents. Furthermore, he was also wetting the bed and displaying signs of anxiety. However, due to his autism he couldn’t explain what the problem was. Concerned, Davis decided to approach the school, hoping to find some much-needed answers.
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Why People Do So Many Weird Things on the Internet | Compilation
📤 4 weeks ago 2018-12-21
The internet has given us access to a wealth of information about humanity, including about those big weird brains that make us who we are.
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College Degrees That Earn The Most Money
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📤 1 month ago 2018-12-14
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What should you study if you want to make the most money in your life? These degrees will set you up for success and make it so that you can one day be rich!
Deciding on a degree is a difficult choice. Although following your passions might be the most sensible, there’s only so many vacancies for football stars, astronauts, movies stars, and models. So getting practical might be the way forward. And if you’re being practical you better start about thinking about the money too. Because, what’s more practical than having enough cash to pay your bills, What degree has the graduate walking away from academia and landing a high paying job? In what subjects do the big dollars lay? That’s what we will try to find out in today’s Infographics Show as we look at– These degrees will make you the most money.
So today we’re looking at five degrees that could have you paying back those fees and putting a dent in the student loan in a matter of months. In the United States there are more than 4500 colleges with programs that vary wildly in cost. The cost of getting a degree is based not only on the tuition fees and the expenses students pay on living, rent, books, transportation etc – there are numerous other costs. Some degree programs are free, some are sponsored by grants, and others accept students on a non-profit basis. Getting a degree will probably cost you anywhere in the range of $0 up to $55,000 and maybe much more when you factor in living costs. Today we’re are looking at five degree programs that should see you getting back that outlay within the first year of employment.
First up and potentially the most lucrative of our five degrees is Petroleum engineering. With an average starting pay of $108,000 this industry is a sure way to start earning big fast. Petroleum engineering relates to the production of hydrocarbons, namely crude oil or natural gas. Once oil and gas exploration has taken place it needs to be extracted from the source and refined into a usable energy source. That’s where petroleum engineers come in. Petroleum engineering focuses requires an in-depth understanding of oil, water and gas within porous rock at high pressure. Graduates of a 4 year degree in petroleum engineering will need a solid understanding of math and science and be prepared to work in far flung places. Oil and gas workers can be offshore for months working on drilling rigs, refineries, and pipelines. After 10 or 12 years a petroleum engineering expert can expect to almost double that salary earning up to $185,000 per year making this the most lucrative career path on our list.
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