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Embrace Life - always wear your seat belt

Embrace Life - always wear your seat belt
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3 - Australian Road Safety Campaigns Upload Loading... Working... Driving in SA ► Play all 3 - Australian Road Safety Campaigns by Driving in SA16 videos17,152 viewsLast updated on Jul 19, 2011 Play all Sign in to YouTube Sign in History Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... Mind Maps - A Beginners Guide and Example | Thoughtwrestling A mind map looks a lot like a spider web , a root system or the branches of a tree. Like these marvels of nature, a mind map has a central point. The center of the mind map is the subject that you want to map and it is often represented by a picture or symbol. Use no more than three words to name it. Pick a name that’s meaningful to you. From there, you describe the subject by listing its major characteristics around it. Let’s look at how you would create the mind map shown above. How do I create a mind map? Pen and paper The simplest way to create a mind map is to take a piece of paper and a pen or a pencil. First, put your subject at the center of the mind map. For our example (which we did create using software just to make it look better), we’re going to create a mind map about a vacation that we’d like to take. Next, write the major characteristics of the idea around the circle at the center of the map. In our example, we’ve taken each major category from the mind map: Oh no!

Estos anuncios explican por qué los libros son siempre mejores que las películas Todas las personas con arrugas en su cerebro saben que el libro es casi siempre mejor que la película. La visión personal del lector acerca de la historia solo se ve limitada por su imaginación. Los pequeños detalles y sutilezas suelen escapar en las películas. Estos anuncios vienen a decir que “una gran parte de la historia se pierde cuando se convierte en una película”. A la agencia de publicidad se le ocurrió mostrar estos creativos carteles. Muestran un libro recortado con la forma de un DVD. Comparte esta idea con más personas. Aquí te dejo una selección de 13 libros que fueron llevados a la gran pantalla: 1) Harry Potter, de J. 2) El Señor de los Anillos, de John Ronald Reuel Tolkien. 3) El niño con el pijama de rayas, de John Boyne. 4) El curioso caso de Benjamin Button, de F. 5) Charlie y la fábrica de chocolate, de Roald Dahl. 6) Forrest Gump, de Winston Groom. 7) El pianista, de Władysław Szpilman. 8) El código da Vinci, de Dan Brown. 9) Entrevista con el vampiro, de Anne Rice.

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Statistics On Teenage Car Accidents and Teen Deaths Recent Statistics on teenage car accidents and fatal crashes for teen drivers are staggering. The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (www.iihs.org) gathers tons of information about the causes of teen car accidents and the number of teen deaths every year. The statistics on car accidents involving teenagers are truly terrifying. What are the Facts about Teenage Car Accidents? Teen car accidents are the leading cause of teen deaths in America.Over 68,000 teenage drivers have died in auto accidents the past 10 years.Almost 4,000 teen drivers died in vehicle crashes in 2008.Teenagers were 10% of the US population in 2008 and were 11% of fatal auto crashes. In fact, automobile accident statistics show that auto crashes cause cause more teen deaths than both suicide and homicide combined. Thirty-three percent of the deaths were because of bad car accidents. So who is more at risk according to the automobile accident statistics? Statistics On Male and Female Teenage Drivers Bottom Line:

Evolution and Creativity: Why Humans Triumphed La historia de la publicidad contada desde un principio En dos minutos Bienvenido/a a lahistoriadelapublicidad.com, la principal referencia on y off line en español sobre la historia de la publicidad. Tres son las líneas de trabajo: A través de la recepción de donaciones o de la adquisición de material histórico publicitario (libros, revistas profesionales, documentos, anuncios, carteles, packaging...). Todo este material irá destinado al Centro de Documentación Publicitaria. Mediante el mantenimiento en las mejores condiciones posibles de todo el material del fondo del Centro de Documentación Publicitaria, gran parte del cual está en proceso de digitalización para la posterior puesta a disposición del público. A través de tres áreas: 1-Consulta: Fundamentalmente en el Centro de Documentación Publicitaria, donde todo aquel que lo desee, puede acceder a material histórico de la historia de la publicidad. 2-Formación: Mediante seminarios y conferencias. Así pues, disfruta del viaje por la fascinante historia de la publicidad.

Out Tonight? Party Right Poorest hit hardest: WHO Road Safety Status Report - FIA Foundation Dr Margaret Chan: “Road traffic fatalities take an unacceptable toll – particularly on poor people in poor countries” The report highlights several Foundation-supported programmes, including this safe school area initiative run by Amend in Tanzania WHO urges universal adoption of UN vehicle safety regulation and electronic stability control Poor people in poorer countries are bearing the brunt of the global road traffic injury epidemic, even as the overall global number of deaths appears to stabilise, a new report from the World Health Organization finds. According to the WHO Global status report on road safety 2015, published today, Malawi, Thailand and Tanzania have amongst the highest rates of road traffic death, estimated at above 30 per 100,000 population, contrasting with the best performing countries, Sweden and the UK, below 3 per 100,000. At least 1.25 million people die each year as a result of road traffic crashes, despite some improvements in road safety.

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