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    Students and Extra-Curricular Activities RIIIINNNNG! School is out and what are students doing these days? Most of them will be on their way home to go eat snacks and sit in front of the TV for hours, or a majority of students will be doing something they should not be doing, like drugs or dr
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  • Analysis of marketing activities and strategies of play tv
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  • “The main reason people work is so that they can enjoy their leisure.” do you agree?
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  • Analyze the differences in leisure activities shown in the two paintings, and reflect about the social life of peasants (the peasant dance) and of urban dwellers in the 19th century (sunday afternoon on the island of the grande jatte).
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  • Co-curricular activities
    Pros & Cons 1.)Co-curricular activities prepare students practically for the future. The normal curriculum can only go so far as to teach and educate students about academic theories. But students whose only experience of school or college is one of rigid academic study may not be able to ap
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  • Business activities analysis
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  • The purpose of business activities
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  • Extra-curricular activities – entrance to a better secondary school?
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  • Details about banks and their activities
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  • The effectiveness of singing activities in enhancing listening skill among primary school pupils in learning english.
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  • Co-curriculum activities are a waste of time
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  • Five activities for kids
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  • The impact of mncs’ foreign activities on the innovative performance of the parent companies
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  • Globalisation of business activities
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  • Importance of co-curricular activities in schools
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  • Physical and mental activities in 1920s and 1930s
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  • Internship report on off farm activities of rakub
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  • K2 engagement activities
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  • Pompeii and herculaneum leisure activities
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