Sách bóng đá được cá nhân hóa

Sách bóng đá được cá nhân hóa

Những người ủng hộ bóng đá. Bạn đã bao giờ để ý làm thế nào một số trong số họ biên giới trên những kẻ cuồng tín? Họ đã có những chiếc áo sơ mi – sân nhà và sân khách. Họ đến mọi trận đấu – nhà và sân khách. Và họ dẫn đầu bài hát trên sân thượng – nhà và đi. Trên thực tế, họ là kiểu người hâm mộ có biểu tượng của đội bóng được thêu trên quần và tất của họ.

Đó là một cam kết chắc chắn khiến việc mua quà trở nên khó khăn. Khi được hỏi họ muốn gì, bạn luôn nhận được “thứ gì đó của Arsenal”, “thứ gì đó từ Chelsea”, hoặc “không thực sự bận tâm … miễn là nó phải làm với Liverpool.” Bỏ lại con lạch tục ngữ mà không có mái chèo, bạn lấy gì … Read more

Skin Care for Rosacea

What causes rosacea? That remains to be seen. It is not contagious. It may be hereditary, and people of Scottish, Welsh, Irish, English and eastern European descent note higher rates of rosacea than other ethnic groups.

What does it feel like? Most sufferers complain of itchy facial skin along with burning and stinging. Some people may even experience edema, a swelling of the face. Eyes can feel gritty and dry. Swelling of the nose due to excess tissue is not uncommon.
Due to rosacea’s acne-like effects, many sufferers report a feeling of lower self-confidence, and some even avoid public situations.

Symptoms include eyes that are watery, sunburn-like redness on cheeks, nose, chin or forehead, bumps or pimples, and small visible blood vessels. It can often start as a red patch on the cheek or another part of the face, and then spread to other parts of the face. This is … Read more

Why Skin Care Products Won’t Work!

No skin care or cosmetic product, (or any other product for that matter) will work, unless you use it!

Sounds obvious, right? But don’t we all have a “graveyard” drawer full of unused, under used and never to be used skin care items? Bought on a whim or from convincing sales pressure, with little thought of how they fit our needs, wants, lifestyles, etc.?

So, what properties make-up your ideal skin care?

  1. Ease of use

Unless it fits into your lifestyle, you wont use it!
It ‘s that simple!

Unless you’re Oprah or some other celebrity, with others at your beck and call, your skin care is your responsibility and with most of us already running on over-time, fast and easy is a not just a bonus, it’s a must!

  1. Natural and environmentally-friendly

A growing number of consumers are choosing to use earth-friendly, cruelty-free, Maklon Kosmetik natural skin care … Read more

Skin Care and Shower Filters

Heads up, folks. If you’re not using a shower filter, your daily shower includes chemicals, toxins, chlorine and heavy metals. The chlorine in most municipal water systems can form carcinogenic compounds, such as trihalomethanes and chloroform. If you can’t pronounce it, you probably don’t want it on your skin. The pipes that carry the water many miles to your house are typically not clean and are full of heavy metals from things like solder joints.

Furthermore, these volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) vaporize in a hot shower so you are inhaling chemicals during your shower, too! They vaporize at a much faster rate than the water itself, meaning the steam in a shower has a much higher concentration of chemicals than the actual water. Chemicals that are inhaled make their way into the bloodstream faster than ingested chemicals, because they don’t go through the digestion process.

You’re probably asking yourself, how … Read more

Is Constructivism the Best Approach to Teaching?


When we think about education, it is important to see clearly that the contribution of the teacher is not trivial and elementary. Plato’s dialogues offer several examples of learning and teaching, most famously the Socratic questioning. Indeed, there are lots of classic theories of teaching and learning. Obviously, scientists, artists, politicians, and the great business men and women of the past have learned through those methods. However, looking back to the several images of learning and teaching, we saw that constructivism has tended to dominate in the last decades of the twentieth century. Unisma Jean-Jacques Rousseau is the father of the progressive educators. Yes, the deceptive Swiss philosopher, author of the novel Émile (1762), has inspired many with his nihilism.

Anyone who seriously approaches the study of learning and teaching methods, whether pedagogue, psychologist, or philosopher, must quickly become aware of the enormous difficulty of drawing a constructivist line to

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