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Emotions - people can get carried away by their emotions and make bad situation worse - when we experience an emotion, we experience many physical changes, such as faster heartbeat and more adrenaline in the blood, and we become more active, jumping around, gesticulating and slamming doors – we need to control our emotions and be sensitive towards other people's emotions - the reason we have emotions is to help us survive when there is danger (primitive man needed this excitement to help him survive in a dangerous world), but if we become slaves to our emotions, our lives can be a mess emotional illiteracy – when we can't 'read' our feelings (the opposite is emotional intelligence) - you can be highly intelligent in the traditional sense, but if you are constantly angry or depressed and unable to manage relationships, then what's the point of being a genius? - emotional intelligence includes self awareness[knowing your emotions, recognizing your feelings as they occur and discriminating between them], mood management[handling feelings so they're relevant to the current situation and you react appropriately], self-motivation[dicrecting yourself towards a goal], empathy[recognizing feelings in others] and managing relationships[handling interpersonal interaction, conflict resolution, and negotiations] - emotions interfere with thinking, and, in modern society, they can create problems at home and at work. They can damage our health, cause mantal suffering ande even lead to tragedies such as killings – therefore we should control our emotions - emotionally intelligent people are aware ot the emotions in themselves and others and can analyse problem situations and do something to improve them - if we can manage our feelings and deal effectively with others, we are more likely to live contented lives 2. Food for thought - the use of GM technology could be the only way to produce food in sufficient quantities in the future (the world's population is expanding rapidly due to that we need to produce more food) - however, at present nearly 40 precent of the world's food crop is lost every year to insects and diseases – with GM technology, we can produce plants that produce natural pesticides and are resistant to viruses – this will lead to higher crop yields and healthier plants – in addition, it will reduce the present need to spray crops with cemicals that pollute the soil - GM could harm our ecosystems – a plant that is producing a particular toxic chemical could spread its toxic gene trough the food chain – we mights become genetically modified ourselves - howeyer, while pests thet feed on these plants may be poisoned, so might also the beneficial insects, such as bees, thet feed on the pests
As the use of the Internet as a soruce of information becomes more widespread, there will be little need for traditional schools. - while the Internet provides information, schools can provide knowledge, critical thinking skills and,
above all, social interaction that you can't get over the Internet - Internet provides us with a great bulk of information in a short time - learning on your own and using Internet implies being independent (distinguishing between improtant and unimportant etc…) - the teacher is no longer the biggest authority - you can find out about things when you want to - most children and adolescents are not crazy about learning (they use Internet for entertainment) – teachers can be motivating; classmates can make learning easier - some people learn more easily when they hear things (multiple intelligences, different learning styles)
However.g.g. Another point is that learning online develops critical thinking since the user has to distinguish between differen kinds of facts and not just take them all for granted. paragraph 1: Many technological solutions require the use of energy sources thet threatens the environment. they can be motivated for learning by teachers as well as classmates. traditional school will have to deal with the fact that teaching information is a waste of time and start enabling the young people to use that information in order to create something new.ESEJ s priprema Nowdays the Internet has become an easily available source of information in most places. can eat meat and vegetables. Therefore. Consequently. traditional school will survive. but it needs to be radically reformed.g. factory farming -damage to environment.g. more waste disposal plants Whether or not eating meat is wrong for his Ethics project. in order to use the Internet for learning one needs to own a computer and be able to afford access to it.we need certian proteins for meat for balanced diet against . students don't depend on teachers or the textbooks to find something out. Furthermore there are different learning styles which result from different types of intelligence and some of us learn more easily when we hear things from others. argument 1: burning fossil fields causes global warming + support argument 2: nuclear fuel – radiation – nuclear bombs recommendation: focus on clean sources of energy. e. The Internet presents the greatest competition to books and teachers when it comes to information.e. which implies a certian standard of living. e. both can be supported.killing is cruel. In my opinion. teeth . for . e. Finally. it is widely believed that the importance of traditional school might be questionable in the future. which is a skill that will be vital in the future world of work. First. Can you imagine our lives without the benefit of cars. In conclusion. Some modern technologies create environmental problems trough both the energy sources they use and the waste they produce. wind waves paragraph 2: Industrial and household waste threatens the environment argument 1: industrial easte pollutes land and drinking water + support argument 2: problem of disposing of household waste + support recommendation: more recycling. refrigerators. computers and all the other products thet we take for granted? However. As a result. Altough others are convinced in the opposing view. most young people are not crazy about individual learning and frequently use computers mostly as a tool for entertainment. the quantity of information obtainable is huge wich means that one computer with Internet access can replace many teachers. Brazilian rainforest cut down to make way for cattle .man is omnivore. e. these technological advances also have their drawbacks. i.
the content of youth cultures is not unimportant and does not appear by magic but as a reaction to the mainstream culture of society . this then creates cultural expectations on the part of both women and men as to the role of women in society. which will foster interest in technical subjects.people influence on our behaviour.electronic media brings information to as many as possbile as cheaply as possible Book: . password or downloading stands between the human eye and the printed page . All thet matters is that the youth culture is different from the parents' culture -the great difference for the young people of today compared with 50 years ago is the degree of choice they have in their lives. and so on.on paper knowledge is restricted and isolated. As consequence.they want to have fun and pursue their interests . such as Lego kits. they became a market and therefore a target of big business The influence of the media.no extensive hardware. Internet: . . Often. magazines and adverts in terms how physically attractive they are and how good a housewife they are.young people need to belong to a group that provides an identity. might be a desensitisation to violence and thus a greater acceptance of it The Internet. on the other hand are more likely to be given dolls with which they will probably play games thet involve the use of caring and language. Disks become obsolete and the information stored on them lost. Girls. .the so-called youth cultures are a product of the consumer society. disks for dana . HOW DO WE LEARN? Gender differences in achievement in education. as style has no particular meaning. friend or a colleague than after reading a newspaper or watching the news -the media does have an impact on the way we think and behave. . interconnected. .CD degrade and decay. we are more likely to vote for a cartian political party after hearing the views of a respected family member. like education and medicine . books for the beach and bed. people might be affected by continual exposure to violence on TV over long periods of time. software.one CD-rom costing tens of pounds can access an encyclopaedia costing hundreds . girls will be more interested in humanities and subjects percieved to involve caring.Should euthanasia be made legal? The young generation. so young pepole have access to money which was not the case before . Books will last forever if stored properly SPORT DOES MORE HARM THAN GOOD. toys given to the children – boys are often given things that they have to build. Similarly.media present models of behaviour which influence peopel by convincing them that they could achieve the same results as those portrayed in a film . As soon as young people got money. the result. it becomes free. Society is more affluent.effect of the pressure thet girls and boys exert upon each other .everyone likes to curl up with a good book. for example of this would be portrayal of women in films.the content of youth culture is unimportant. in some cases.the way parents raise their children. once digital it becomes global.
-teachers treat girls and boys differently.expectations of society .
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