Thứ Hai, 7 tháng 3, 2016

Banning foreign student examinations is good but needs to have a roadmap

Speaking as the school teacher, during the unnecessary crisis this is just one indicator unsuitable, far too hasty fact or facts are enough to make becomes intricate, difficult to remove. And story study abroad enrollment is exemplification for haste.

Talking to the press, Mr. Ben said that banning foreign student examinations is good but needs to have a roadmap, should not rush.
Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Culture, Education, Youth, Teens and Children's Parliament said: The purpose of the policy was not tested in study abroad as well, in order to reduce the exam, less pressing in society. However, poses a problem, not to compete, how to recruit school students with quality in education abroad. Because some schools have the number of registration dossiers which are formidable but there is no place for former students so debtors to sort. Enforcement is one of the easiest methods to select. Now, if it was not for performance, then making international universities is to set out the criteria to restrict the inappropriate student. In my opinion, the school uniform admission, based on a criterion set by state agencies authorized regulations. For example, in Washington, the directors of international education and foreign training issue criteria, the school will be based on specific criteria for chemical according to each region and district. The criteria should openly, in order to ensure fairness and avoid negative. Many suggested that the competition to choose good input, if prohibited under duress such trends, the quality of the schools can not choose to be a good student?

Thứ Sáu, 20 tháng 11, 2015


In order for the body to be strong and healthy, it is vital that your body receives all the important vitamins. This article will discuss everything that you need to know about these essential substances that the body needs.

What are vitamins?
Vitamins are organic compounds that are vital to sustain life. What we need to remember is that we get the majority of these important substances from our diet. Specifically, the vitamins that we need are the following: Vitamin A, B Vitamins, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E and Vitamin K.

What are the essential vitamins?
Now that we know the different vitamins, it is now time to talk about them one by one.

Vitamin A- This type of vitamin is important for vision, bone growth and immune system. According to National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements, it is also considered as an antioxidant that is mainly found in plant and animal sources. Vitamin A is abundant on different brightly colored fruits and vegetables such as oranges, carrots and the likes. If you are deficient with this vitamin, you are more prone to develop vision problems and infectious diseases.

B Vitamins- This group is comprised of Thiamin (vitamin B1), Riboflavin (vitamin B2), Niacin (vitamin B3), Pantothenic acid, Vitamin B6, Folic acid and Vitamin B12. All of these vitamins help the body use food to produce energy. In addition to this, they also help form the red blood cells of the blood. The lack of B vitamins, specifically B12 and B6 can cause anemia. You can naturally get B vitamins from eggs, poultry, fish, dairy products and green leafy vegetables.

Vitamin C- This is probably one of the most popular vitamins today. It is known to help the body absorb the iron that it needs. It is also vital for the skin, bones, tissues and immune system. You can naturally get this vitamin from citrus fruits and vegetables as well. The lack of vitamin C can increase your risk of developing diseases. Moreover, according to a study, inadequate intake of this vitamin can cause bleeding gums.

Vitamin D- In order for the body to absorb Calcium, you need this vitamin. Aside from this, it also plays a big role for your nerves and muscles. One important thing to remember is that your body can naturally form it after sun exposure.  It can also be found in cereals, liver and egg yolks. Lack of vitamin D can cause different bone diseases.

Vitamin E- Just like Vitamin A, this vitamin is also an antioxidant. It is important for the various metabolic processes of the body as well as the immune system. You can naturally get this from nuts, margarine and vegetables. Inadequate intake can cause neuromuscular problems.
Vitamin K- This is vital for health bones and tissues. Also, it is important for clotting to provide too much bleeding. You can naturally get it from berries and green vegetables. Lack of Vitamin K can cause bleeding.

There you have it! These are just some of the most important things that you need to know about vitamins.