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27th May 2011 at 01:00

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Financial education

"Sharp rise in teenage anxieties for money" addresses the fact that young people are thinking (and worrying) about money more than ever before. This worksheet with article and Qamp;A aims to help.


This PowerPoint has pictures of activities with the verb "jouer" for KS3 French (S1-3), suitable for discussions on hobbies and interests. Students are then encouraged to write sentences using the verb.


Activities, worksheets and homeworks on Buddhism that aim to be practical and experimental. Students who are hostile towards religions because of an atheist mentality are often interested in Buddhism because it is such a practical faith which does not require belief in God, says durgamata.

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