By Marianna Csoti

Tough prejudice, sterotyping and judgemental behaviour, this quantity includes forty dialogue tales which mirror society and the issues youngsters face this present day. aimed toward selling dialogue and expertise, the writer demanding situations children to contemplate occasions and the half they themselves play in lifestyles, hence generating extra in charge and independantly pondering teens. particularly, childrens with Asperger Syndrome or high-functioning autism frequently have hassle coming to grips with social occasions, in order that the tales during this quantity can be in particular worthwhile for these operating with such childrens. The tales are essentially meant for staff paintings, even if they are often used on a one-to-one foundation, and because youngsters take extra realize of what their friends say instead of adults, it goals to supply an invaluable discussion board for a large number of reviews to be expressed. No prior wisdom of the subjects is critical and the e-book comprises finished counsel for pros and fogeys.

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Hannah dutifully emptied her pockets and bag. ‘You’ve missed the front pouch of your bag,’ Mrs Edwards informed her, rather sternly. Hannah reluctantly produced a five-pound note. ‘Explain,’ her mother said harshly, turning pale at the thought of her daughter being a thief. Hannah burst into tears and the story came pouring out. Her mother was shocked. ‘I’m going to demand that the school does something. ’ ‘Thirty pounds,’ Hannah admitted. She had been too scared and ashamed to admit to her parents what had been going on.

Eventually they will have to stand on their own two feet so the sooner they learn, the better at it they will be. 6. Do you agree with Miss Atkinson that the person who allows the cheating to go ahead is equally at fault? Theoretically, yes – both are at fault. But allowing someone to read your work is a passive acceptance, whereas actually straining to read another’s work in a test, or asking to copy the homework, is active, calculated behaviour. 7. What happens in external exams (for example, GCSEs) when examiners notice similar coincidences?

Yes, copying anything for which you get the credit is cheating. (b) What about in real life – if you steal someone else’s ideas, writings or inventions it is known as plagiarism. Is that cheating? If you plagiarise someone else’s work it is cheating. For example, some high street shops have copied designer clothes, and have made money from other people’s investments in designers and in developing new ideas. They have profited from others’ hard work. 4. (a) Have you ever helped anyone to cheat – not just in exams?

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