Thinking of moving abroad? Here are the cheapest and most expensive countries
Global Living Costs Map The below infographic shows the cheapest and most expensive places to live in out of 119 countries in comparison with prices found in New York. The UK ranked tenth in the analysis which took into account the cost of food at supermarkets, transport, restaurants, utilities.
This picture really makes me think, is the information that we are getting true? If three corporations control all of those different aspects of media, how can you validate what they say when only three heads are controlling everything that is being put out. I believe that power should be disbursed evenly and shouldn't just be held to three different corporations. I think that's the way the fight corrupt media.
Do you want your students to write factual, well-structured articles? Then this lesson plan pack will guide you through the process of teaching your students the following: the main elements of feature articles and hard news articles (and the difference between the two); the principles behind writing great headlines; the importance of genre, audience, purpose and style; and the process of planning, writing and editing their articles.
And you thought it was bad now... Never-before-seen pictures capture everyday life of destitute Americans during the Great Depression
Photographs taken by the FSA at the time of the Great Depression. (New York Library)The national unemployment number was 24.9 per cent, and 15million workers had no jobs. In 2012 latest figures from the U.S. Department of Labor show that 8.2 per cent of Americans are unemployed. It is an interesting debate as to the purpose that the photos served at the time and the purpose they serve now in being released at a time when across the globe many countries teeter on the brink of economic…
Rate of environmental degradation puts life on Earth at risk, say scientists
They found that the changes of the last 60 years are unprecedented in the previous 10,000 years, a period in which the world has had a relatively stable climate and human civilisation has advanced significantly. Carbon dioxide levels, at 395.5 parts per million, are at historic highs, while loss of biosphere integrity is resulting in species becoming extinct at a rate more than 100 times faster than the previous norm.