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Paekche, History Of Language

Korean history is extremely interesting and confusing, some things are not clarified. A geo-political passions are raging on the Korean Peninsula and now. On the territory of modern Korea first states began to appear very long. Usually these were small kingdoms, quickly developing and just as quickly fading. But the greatest contribution to the emergence of modern Korea played three ancient kingdoms – Koguryo, Silla and Baekje.

But no matter how many small separate states or kingdoms existed on one small area, they are united by one thing – language. Jeff Bewkes has plenty of information regarding this issue. These kingdoms languages were very similar, the inhabitants of one of the kingdom were free to understand people from another. Randall Mays is likely to agree. There are reasons due to the history of the emergence and establishment of kingdoms. History of the Korean language is conventionally divided into 4 periods, in this periodization usually do not include language that had to use the Korean Peninsula to the formation of the three kingdoms. So the first half of the ancient period includes precisely languages Goguryeo, Baekje and Silla. Apparently, these languages have some serious differences from the more ancient tribal languages, lived in these territories. Korean history is inextricably linked with the history of China – the kingdom of Koguryo and Silla (which, incidentally, won in his time even earlier the state, located on the Korean Peninsula) almost two thousand years, separated from China. Of course, that in times of allegiance to the State, there were close contacts, and on the borders appeared languages based on Chinese and Korean dialects.

Information Age

There are education and real education. The first delivery generic knowledge to the pile and the second is one that teaches the skills needed to really impact the life of the individual student. Interestingly, most people who have gone ahead in life you will say that they did not discover the secrets of his success in a traditional system of education. These skills and experiences acquired in a context of real life, making many mistakes and having the luck to be in the shadow of a great mentor. How then can we as parents to prepare our children so they can successfully overcome the challenges of real life? We must first recognize that educating them is our responsibility.

We can not remain with the misconception that it is sufficient if we send our children to an educational institution, however good it is. Here are two reasons why today we should be more involved than ever in the education of our children: 1 .- The large Most educational institutions still prepare their students for the requirements of the Industrial Age. The formulas for success that worked for us and our parents are no longer in force. Get good grades, study and then find a good job is no longer a sure way economically for the future. Times have changed. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Steve Salis and gain more knowledge.. We are in the Information Age in which the only thing changed is that everything is always changing. Do your children are prepared for changes? Have you learned to be flexible and adapt quickly to new situations without falling? Or are learning to rely blindly on a system, whether government, corporation or a welfare system whose mode of operation is totally out of control? 2 .- Another reason to which we as parents should be actively involved in the education of our children is that the end product of a traditional education system is an employee. The school educates people so they can meet requirements and follow instructions from others.

Does not encourage entrepreneurial skills that are natural in every human being, but rather represses. Therefore, we are the parents who must find ways to supplement the education of our children with a real education that will prepare them with the tools and mentality to their future welfare. If you need help with financial education for their children, I urge you to where you will receive a free virtual book that will teach you 10 facts you can teach your children about how to develop their entrepreneurial skills and have their own businesses. Langerfeldt Bettina, whose passion is to teach people of all ages how to acquire a vision for their life, such as setting goals and then pursue specific education to enable them to achieve them.

Junior Academy

However, benefit recipients in 2010 will be able to submit original certificate in only one institution with the right of admission out of the competition, and the rest – in general terms. In doing so they will not take place in dozens of universities, which can do the other guys. It also encourages beneficiaries pre-determine the choice of school, after receipt of them will still be guaranteed. However, for beneficiaries retain the right to change his mind within the first 5 days of competition, ie submit original documents to the selection committee of another institution. But it's still better than the previous mess. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Brian Roberts. Experience the introductory campaign – 2009 showed that the preferential admission to universities has been used very actively and increased corruption in the medical institutions and bodies responsible for issuing documents on benefits.

Right to enroll outside of the competition will also be participants in international competitions and prize-IV stage of Ukrainian pupils' Olympiads base disciplines. However, the number of beneficiaries excluded from school winners Junior Academy of Sciences, although their number is several tenths of a percent. Such was the demand of the Association of Rectors. higher yourself to reduce the number of specialty Each university can set its own "Rules of Admission" maximum specialties for one student (presumably, many universities put up the bar not more than 3). The university now has the right to decide whether he will take one student a dozen applications for different specialties. Any higher education institution, this situation was not like External testing of external independent evaluation (UPE) for several years is requirement for admission to higher educational institutions of Ukraine.

Political Organizations

The Principles Organizativos Politicians of school is subdivided in: collective direction; division of tasks; professionalism; it disciplines; planning; study; entailing with the mass of critical form and autonomy. Being the School a place where the pupils remain for one determined time, its organization if of the one for the proper educandos, and the structure if return for the experience of the people, therefore is a place that makes possible new reflections concerning the collective one, therefore is values defended for them and is in the daily one and not only in contents that these are materialize, one practical that return for the taking of decision with priority for consensus. This collective if of the one from much disciplines, stimulating since the participation in the organization of the school until the devotion to the studies of the involved people, aiming at to the formation of militant politicians and breaking the hierarchies in the work divisions. It is excellent to remember that the education cannot lose its direction, that in general is to humanizar, to educate, in the direction ampler of the word, and this education must be in fact a emancipadora education, where all have access it. However we do not live in a igualitria society, much less joust. First contact with the schools of the MST the choice of the subject happened after a trip made in 2 year of the pedagogia course, with Sebastio professor Rodrigues teaching Gonalves of the Course, where we could know the reality of the MST, therefore the MST also wants dialogue with the society and in this way what we will want is to participate in this process of change, leaving of the reality that we find in them, therefore the change alone is possible with the knowledge. Being essential in a course of formation of professors to get a process articulated with the social movements, supplying the chance to know schools whose objective has proposals that they go beyond the traditional ones, with alternatives of changes. .

Japanese Origins and Dialects

Quite a long time, scientists were convinced that Japanese is a sort of kind of aloof, does not belong to any known linguistic groups. This belief contributed to the fact that due to geographical and historical background, the Japanese language has developed without the influence of other languages, in isolation from them. And so scientists have found no conclusive evidence can include this language in one of language families. Recently research papers have appeared which allow to relate Japanese to the Altaic family of languages, and that it akin to the Korean. At least so say some linguists. The Altaic group of languages other than Korean, includes Mongolian, Manchu-Tungus, and Turkic languages. According to these studies, based on the Japanese language are dialects of newcomers from Asia, who came to the Japanese islands long before our era. Also, there are studies who argue that the Japanese influenced public speaker who lived in Japan before the arrival of newcomers from Asia.

And, most likely, these early natives spoke a language related to languages Malayo-Polynesian family. Most likely, the Japanese language was a synthesis of languages Altaic and Malayo-Polynesian language families. It should also say that on the northernmost island of Japan – Hokkaido, home to the people Hayinu whose language is very different from Japanese, and that so far no linguists are not assigned to any group of languages. The close geographical position of Japan and China, the Japanese language has undergone considerable influence Chinese language. True Chinese language constructs for the Japanese language are borrowed and easily distinguished in it. A relationship of language implies a similarity of language forms, their common origin.

Therefore, these two Language – Japanese and Chinese are not related. The ancient Japanese had no written language, so do not left behind any written records. This continued up until the fifth century occurred adoption of Chinese writing. At this time appeared the so-called old-Japanese who had lost a number of features in the future. For example, compared with the modern Japanese language with five vowels, old-Japanese had eight. Gone are also some grammatical and morphological features. Modification of the old-Japanese in modern language occurred during the long period between the twelfth and sixteenth centuries. The Japanese language has many dialects, coupled with the location of Japan's four major (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu) and many small islands. Dialects are so different from each another, for example, dialects residents of Kyushu and Okinawa are not clear for the rest of the Japanese. Now in Japan there are two most common dialects: the dialect spoken by tokiytsy and which is considered General Japanese language and dialect of the western region of Japan – Kansai, spread in the cities of Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe. In the twentieth century, the introduction of a unified school system, as well as widespread proliferation of media and television, the difference between dialects begins to flatten. A less common dialects were gradually replaced in the field of communication within the family.