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Fbxccc

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Idealism:
Idealism has three main implications for education:
+ an emphasis on theory before practice; + an emphasis on logical thinking; + a high value attached to liberal education.

Empiricism

Educational implications of the technical-rational model
+ Learning is a science and has general principles.
+ The teacher or designer determines what is learned and how, according to scientific principles.
+ The purposes or ends of education are not discussed; values are taken for granted. + The learner will respond to learning stimuli in a predictable way. + The technical-rational model works best in the training of skills and competencies, where behaviour can be observed.

Romanticism
Educational implications of child-centred education
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Case

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1. Classifique as variáveis em qualitativa e quantitativa. () Cor preferida. () Índice de liquidez. () Sexo. e) qualitativa, quantitativa, qualitativa .
2. Classifique as variáveis quantitativas em contínuas (c) ou discretas (d).
( ) População: atletas Variável: altura ( ) P.: pacientes de um hospital Variável: pacientes com insuficiência cardíaca. ( ) P.: bebês monitorados em uma UTI neonatal Variável: peso b) contínua, discreta, contínua.
3. Em uma escola de ensino médio, há 300 alunos divididos em 6…..b)36
4. São fases do método estatístico:
1. A apuração. 2. A coleta. 3. A crítica. 4. A definição do problema. 5. O planejamento.
Qual a ordem correta dessas fases? b. 4, 5, 2, 3, 1
5. Considere a série abaixo. Podemos

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Basketball Basics: Rules, Techniques, and Positions

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Basketball Basics

Basic Rules

  • Players dribble, pass, and shoot a ball on a court.
  • Two teams of five players compete.
  • Points are scored by shooting the ball through the hoop.
  • Baskets count two or three points, free throws count one point.
  • Games have four quarters, typically 10 minutes each (12 in the NBA).
  • Play starts with a jump ball at center court.
  • Teams switch sides at halftime.
  • Tie games go into overtime periods.

Court and Player Positions

  • Each player has a designated position based on their height and skills.
  • Teams typically have two guards, two forwards, and one center.
  • The tallest player usually plays center, medium-height players play forward, and the shortest players play guard.

The Triple-Threat Position

This fundamental stance allows you to quickly... Continue reading "Basketball Basics: Rules, Techniques, and Positions" »

Static stick force stability

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            2015  CBSE paper set 1


Q1- Fixtures are the schedule fixed for matches,What is 


bye?

Ans- A bye is a fix. Means that the team which gets a bye

is exempted from playing first round and enters 2nd 

round directly..


Q2- What are renewable resources?

Ans- Renewable resources are those natural resources 

which can be used repeatedly,since it is replaced 

naturally over time by some natural power.Eg-

sunlight,water air etc

Q3- Fats are derived from two sources, Name the

Ans- Animal sources - Ghee, Butter, Curd, Fish, Oil, Milk, Meat, Egg
    Vegetable sources- Soyabean, Olive , Mustard , Coconut , Groundnut



Q4- What is Lordosis? Explain..

Ans- Lordosis is a postural deformity of the spine. In this 

deformity , the spine curvature is increased
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Handball Rules: Scoring, Ball Movement, and Fouls

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Starting Play:

All players begin the game in their own half. The team winning the toss starts the game with a pass from the center line. After the start of play, court players are allowed anywhere on the court except for either goal area.

Scoring:

A goal is scored whenever the entire ball passes the goal line between the posts and under the crossbar.

Moving the Ball:

A player is allowed to run three steps with the ball before it must be bounced, passed, or shot. If bounced, a further three steps are allowed but the ball must then be passed or a shot taken at the goal. If a player with the ball is stationary and not dribbling, a three-second rule applies instead of three steps.

Dribbling:

Dribbling is permitted. However, as soon as the ball is held

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Safety Guidelines for Working on a Ship

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Down and Trimmed by the Stern

Vessel loaded with cargo and the draught aft is larger than forward.


Deck Line

Line at the highest point of the upper freeboard deck. Recorded on the outside of the hull by a short line welded on the shell plating above the Plimsoll mark.


General Considerations

  • Good physical conditions and staying healthy.
  • Misusing of alcohol or drugs.
  • Do not drink alcohol while undergoing medical treatment.
  • Personal cleanliness is essential.
  • Use a protective cream on your skin.
  • Clean all cuts and abrasions to prevent infections.

Working Clothing

  • Working clothes should be comfortable but sufficiently close-fitting.
  • Gaping pockets, sweat rags, watch straps, and rings are easily caught in moving machinery.
  • Wear industrial footwear with slip-resistant
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The History and Benefits of Handball: A Dynamic Sport

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About Handball

Handball is a fast-paced game involving two teams of seven players who pass, throw, catch, and dribble a small ball with their hands while trying to score goals. The team with the most goals wins the game. A game consists of two 30-minute halves with a 10-minute half-time break. Handball is one of the most popular sports in Europe (after soccer) and is one of the fastest-growing sports in Northern Asia and Africa. In the Americas, it is becoming organized with national and continental championships, and in Oceania, it is on the cusp of taking off.

Why Play Handball?

Handball is a popular, spectacular, dynamic, and exciting sport. It requires speed, strength, stamina, fitness, and above all teamwork. Over 15 million people play the... Continue reading "The History and Benefits of Handball: A Dynamic Sport" »

Human performance

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1.ENDURANCE

Endurance is part of what have been called as Basic Physical Capabilities and also stand at the basis of fitness and health.

- It can be defined as "the physical and mental capacity that the athlete has to support fatigue versus relatively long efforts and / or the ability to quickly recover after finishing the effort."

- Fatigue is defined as the decrease in performance capacity.

- Subjective symptoms of fatigue: dizziness, muscle pain, weakness, eye blinking etc

TYPES OF ENDURANCE

• Aerobic Endurance The ability of the body to make efforts medium or low intensity for a long period of time and with enough oxygen. The heart rate in this type of effort is between 140 and 160 ppm. It is going to have a better impact on our health.

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Hapkido: A Martial Art for Self-Defense and Personal Growth

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Hapkido is a martial art. In hapkido, you can learn to defend yourself against an aggressor. This martial art has a lot of similarity to other arts like taekwondo or jiu-jitsu. The trainings consist of physical conditioning exercises, practicing different types of kicks, and learning techniques of personal defense.

In hapkido, we also learn to control our emotions and fears through discipline. Each teacher has rules and laws in their dojo. Our rules are: falling is allowed but getting up is mandatory, it is forbidden to say 'I cannot' because with effort and dedication, you can achieve what you want.

Our combat discipline is very respectful in terms of greetings and farewells. We hapkidokas say goodbye with the word 'pilsung,' which means victory

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Physical valences

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The benefits of developing our physical abilities: Although the basic physical abilities of a person are determined genetically and are different for each person, it is always possible to increase the level through training and physical preparation.  The development of our abilities not only allows us to get better results from our physical activities, it also, and more importantly, improves the response of our body to illness. Also, in a well-trained, fit body you can detect possible health problems early on.

-Flexibility: allows for maximum movement of our joints thanks to the elasticity and the ability to stretch of our muscles. We would be able to deflect a deficiency or health problem if our joints were rigid or if we had difficulty or... Continue reading "Physical valences" »