yes, we can see today that almost everything a man can do can be done by a woman if she wants it and stands up for it, in this modern generation there are many has changed in our country, such as giving opportunities to lgbt that now I think there is a process
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relative pronouns - link one phrase or clause to another phrase of clause. the relative pronouns are "who", "whom", "that", and "which."
- the candidate who spends the most amount during campaign period does not necessarily wins.
- the place which makes lea says she'll never forget is japan.
- the person whom she trusted betrayed her.
interrogative pronouns- ask questions. the following are the interrogative pronouns:
"who", "whom" - refers to persons
"which" - refers to persons and things
"what" - refers to things and animals
-what can you say about my new haircut?
-to whom should we ask permission
-which book would you read first?
Collaboration, critical thinking, communication, and creativity are the 4 Cs of a 21st-century learner, according to the Partnership for 21st Century Learning.
Collaboration (Global Citizens)
They are involved in conversations and issues that need to be tackled on a global scale. For example, health concerns, environmental protection, and economic growth.
Encouraging this mindset across all subjects will help prepare students for the rapidly globalizing economy and the growing need for worldwide collaboration.
Critical thinking skills will also be essential in the future work environment where constant tech change will require fast adaptation. Students need to have the ability to make connections between arguments and knowledge sources. Interpreting this information and drawing intelligent conclusions will allow them to reflect critically on processes and create better experiences.
Students access to social media and other communication platforms have primed them to engage with people of different opinions, expectations and cultures.
Students need to be supported in their ability to develop creative solutions to everyday problems and engage with the artistic tools at their fingertips.Thinking outside the box is something that this generation is uniquely well-positioned to do, we need to help them grab the opportunity with both hands.