A – Oui, je prends une chocolat chaud quelquefoïs.
Q – D’ habatude tu prends des fruits au petite – dejeuner?
A – Oui, l’en prend souvent.
Q – En general tu prends des legume au dîner?
A – Oui, j’en prends de temps en temps.
Q – Est-ce que tu bois du jus de fruits?
A – Oui, j’en bois.
Q – Est-ce que tu manges souvent des hamburgers?
A – Non, je n’en manges rarement.
Q – Est-ce que tu bois du lait?
A – Oui, j’en prends toujour.
Q – Est-ce que tu manges du chocolat?
A -Oui, j’en manges quelquefoïs.
Voici Mon Evaluation
Il manges tres bien comcombre. Il manges beaucoup legume parce que il manges au dîner. Il mangers tres bien hamburgers parce que il manger rarement. Il manger assez de fruits parce que il manger de fruit au petite – dejeurner et du jus de fruits. Il ne manges pas beaucoup de chocolate parce que elle manges du chocolat qeuluefoïs. Il manges tres bien lait.
Voici Mes Recommandations
Tu ne pas du manger fruits fois par semaine. Tu as besoin moins de chocolat parce que il manger chocolat et chocolat chaud. Tu as besoin de lait fois par semaine.
Hoe beïnvloedt het lezen van fictie ons perspectief? Dat is de vraag die centraal staat tijdens de lessen Nederlands Om dit te onderzoeken heb ik het boek Kruistocht in Spijkerbroek gelezen.
Kruistocht in Spijkerbroek is een boek over de groothartige jongen Dolf die terug rijst naar de 13de eeuw. Hij belandt in het midden van een kinderkruistocht en zijn hard gaat uit naar de kinderen daar. Samen met de kinderen trekt hij verder door naar het heilige land.
Nadat ik hoofdstuk 19 “wij willen niet terug!” uit Kruistocht in Spijkerbroek heb gelezen. Is mijn perspectief verandert door dat in hoofdstuk 19 de kinderen laten blijken hoe ze niet terug willen. Tot en met hoofdstuk 19 zijn er al meerdere teleurstellingen geweest zoals de lastige tocht, de epidemie en net de teleurstelling dat de zee niet voor hen week. Na al dit willen de kinderen als nog niet terug. Dit enthousiasme, doorzettingsvermogen en gedrevenheid van de middeleeuwers komt nu niet meer voor. De kinderen van mijn eeuw zouden niet zo meer van huis vertrekken omdat ze niet zo goed gelovig zijn als de middeleeuwers. Enerzijds zouden ook niet van huis vertrekken van huis voor het avontuur. Anderzijds als ze wel voor het avontuur vertrokken zouden ze eerder op geven dan de middle eeuwers.
In de nederlandse les hebben we het de laatste tijd over perspectief en fieten gehad. Een feit of tarwel non-fictie is de waarhied wat deskundige zeggen. Verzinnen is fictie en ons perspectief is wat naar die twee media kijken en denken. Te zijner tijd in de middeleeuwen in het boek kruistocht in spijkerbroek zijn goedgelovig. Ze geloven alles wat een priester zegt. Want die kunnen toch niet liegen? Dit is erig overeenkomend met nu. De mensen nu geloven alles wat in een boek wordt geschreven of door een deskundige wordt gezegd. Dit is niet altijd de hele waarheid. Maar die waarheid kunnen wij kiezen te geloven.
Universal indicators are usually a numerical measure of quality of life in a country. Indicators are used to illustrate progress of a country in meeting a range of economic, social, and environmental goals. The indicators are indicators as, birth rate, population growth, infant mortality rate, GDP per capita, HDI, babies per woman, life expectancy and literacy rate.
This research is about the country’s Zimbabwe and The United Kingdom. I choses these countries because The United Kingdom is a MEDC (more economically developed country) and Zimbabwe is a LEDC (less economically developed country). In this blog post I will be showing statistics to compare and contrast Zimbabwe and The United Kingdom level of development and the changes that happened over time.
Birth rate is measured in by how many births there are per thousand people a year. The birth rate in Zimbabwe was in 1800 44.6 births a year and was in 2015 decreased to 34.5 births a year. The United Kingdom’s birth rate also decreased over the years starting with 36.6 births and ending with 12.6 in the most recent testing in 2015.
Population growth is how much a population grows this is measured in percentage. This depends on how many births and how many deaths there are. In Zimbabwe the population was 0.307 in 1980 and was 2.08 in 2011. For England the population also increases but here from 0.2229 in 1980 to 0.519 in 2011. This shows that the population of the world is getting bigger.
Infant mortality rate is the number of deaths babies under the age of one. This is measured out of a thousand births. In Zimbabwe it started with 109 deaths in 1953 and decreased to 46.6 in 2015. The United Kingdom has less births because the sick are more likely to get good health care. Having said this the United Kingdom started with 31.8 deaths in 1953 and decreased to 3.5 in 2015. This decreased motion is caused by their coming doctors that can help the sick children and more livable aria for the children.
GDP stands for gross domestic production and measures the average income per person per year. As you will expect the GDP in Zimbabwe is less than in the United Kingdom. In Zimbabwe it was 445 dollars in 1960 and moved down to 348 dollars in 2011. Do to it being an LEDC. This is a big difference between Zimbabwe and the United Kingdom since in the united kingdom people earned 15.1 K in 1960. This amount also increased over the years it being 28.3 K in 2011. This is because the United Kingdom is a MEDC.
HDI (human development index) is a composite statistic of life expectancy, education and income per capita. This is used to rank countries into four tiers of human development. For Zimbabwe this started with 0.336 in 1980 but increased to 0.376 in 2011. The United states also increased going from 0.744 in 1980 to 0863 in 2011. This ties together with other indicators that are discussed in earlier paragraphs since HDI is made of other indicators.
Babies per woman is the total fertility rate. The number of children that would be born to each woman. In Zimbabwe this was 6.75 in 1800 to 3.35 in 2015. In the United Kingdom it was 4.97 in 1800 to 1.89 in 2015.
Life expectancy is how long people life on average. In Zimbabwe this was 33.7 in 1800 and turned to 59.8 in 2015. In England this was 38.7 in 1800 and changed to 81 in 2015. This has changed because there are better doctors so more people get the chance to get older.
Literacy rate refers to the percentage of people who are able to read and write. In Zimbabwe this was 89% in 1982 and moved up to 90.9% in 2011. In the United Kingdom this was 100% in 1982 and stayed 100% in 2011.
As you can see and conclude from my research the United Kingdom is doing better than Zimbabwe at all indicators. This is mostly because the United Kingdom is a MEDC while Zimbabwe is a LEDC. Meaning that it is like this because the United Kingdom has more doctors so they do better in: life expectancy, HDI, infant mortality rate, birth rate and babies per woman. Also because Zimbabwe is still developing they don’t have as good schools which makes it easier to get good jobs. You need the one to get the other.
In what ways do you think you need to improve?
I think i need to improve in using the command terms because I had some problems with them. As not knowing what to use when. I also used a lot of terms over and over which made my writing better. I also could improve on using icons instead of words because as you can see I used a lot of words instead of icons.
What’s one goal you would like to set for yourself for next time?
A goal i would set for next time is that i want to use more icons like i discussed in my last paragraph and i want to understand how to use command terms better. I would also set the goal to do my absolute best because this time think i could have done better.
Did you meet your standards?
I think i did not meet all of my standards because my standards are very high and i am not completely happy with how my infographic looks. Also the fact that i have things to improve is not good enough for my standards.
What grade would you give it? Why?
I gave myself a 7, 8 and a second 7 because I think i did a great job at the project. I gave myself a 7 for investigating because I think I did everything from the 7&8 section but not did it the best I could so not deserve to get a 8. I gave myself a 7 for thinking critically because I think some of my information may not have been adding a lot to the answer of my research question. I think I could have done better if I had one more week but I think I did great for the time that I had.
The two friends are talking about the family of Isabelle. They mention the grandparents, ants, uncles, cousins, parents, brother and pets in the family of Isabelle.
2 Does Isabelle have brothers or sisters? If so, what are their names?
Isabelle has one brother is name is Alexandre.
3 How many cousins does she have?
Isabelle has three cousins.
4 Who are some of the other family members she mentions?
They mention the grandparents, ants, uncles, cousins, parents, brother and pets.
5 How does Isabelle feel about her family? How can you tell?
Isabelle really likes most of here family she only thinks that her brother is really annoying.
1 = Vrai
2 = Faux
3 = Faux
4 = Faux
5 = Vrai
1 = b
2 = a
3 = c
4 = d
1. ask permission?
2. identify family members?
3. describe someone?
Ils sont heureux.
4. pay a compliment?
Elle est adorable.
5. tell someone’s age?
Il/Elle a… ans
6. complain about someone?
Il est parfois pénible.
the family of Isabelle is a lot smaller then mine they are also less national. I have 9 cousins and some of my family live in holland the rests lives in New Zealand. And I live in Japan. Also in our family we have two cats and no dogs.
I think people need to know that it was hard working and that the children that did and that it is bad. People already seem to know that it is bad but they don’t know enough about the general topic and that the kids that did it are hero’s because they helped England. The children work hard with not a lot of food, sleep and a chance to die just to help there families or get a better future. I also think that children that are still involved with child labour that they are HERO’S