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Year 9 Revision part 2
Everyone has the right to be respected
All Human beings are born free & equal
POVERTY AFFECTS MILLIONS OF CHILDREN
World Poverty Some have very little
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Drug Taking Permanent Brain Damage
A happy Family positive relationships happiness good communication
Positive family life
Family Life & the issues that affect what happens to a family. What is the Father doing to his family?
What influences us?
School Is a positive influence in these childrens lives why?
Define the following term:
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Guided Reading Activity 31
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Introduction to Mental Disorders. Myth or Reality Are the following statements myths or realities regarding mental disorders? 1. Mental disorders.
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How are psychological capabilities influenced by our lifestyle and the activities we partake in?
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Mental and Emotional Problems
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