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The history of walking in New Zealand
An early research about children's
behavior in classroom
14.a reference to one problem teachers may have in this procedure E
15.a description of some characteristic features of behavioral research B
16.a description of the nature of rules children are presented with D
17.a reference to the importance of documenting the results of research l
18.an account of the categories of children's misbehavior in classroom C
Research ( 1968 )
ln one well-known research , teachers were trained to give instructions in a positive manner.
lf the children showed bad behaviors, teachers just ignored them except the behavior is harmful while if the children showed good behaviors, teachers gave them praise.
lt is shown that the combination of these three stages will benefit children.
learning to walk
The feet of a typical urbanite rarely encounter terrain any more underrating than a crack inthe pavement. While that may not seem like a problem,it turns out that this flat-earth
business is not doing us any good.By ironing all the bumps out of our urban environment wehave put ourselves at risk of a surprising number of chronic illnesses and disabilities.Fortunately, the free market has come to the rescue.You can now buy the solution - in fact,there is even a choice of products. Indoor types will appreciate the cobblestone walkway, aknobby textured plastic mat that they can wobble along in the comfort of their own homes.And for the more adventurous, there are shoes designed to throw you off balance.
The technology may be cutting edge, but its origins are deep and exotic.Research into theidea that flat floors could be detrimental to our health was pioneered back in the late 1960s.While others in Long Beach,California,contemplated peace and love,podiatrist CharlesBrantingham and physiologist Bruce Beekman were concerned with more pedestrianmatters. They reckoned that the growing epidemic of high blood pressure, varicose veins anddeep-vein thromboses high be linked to the uniformity of the surfaces that we tend to standand walk on.
The trouble, as they saw it,was that walking continuously on flat floors, sidewalks and streetsconcentrates forces on just a few areas of the foot. As a result, these surfaces are likely to be
Calgary University in Canada，which has done contract research for the shoe'smanufacturers. "They are one of the best things to have happened to humankind for years.'Known as Masai Barefoot Technology,or MBTs, the shoes have rounded soles that causeyou to rock slightly when you stand still， exercising the small muscles around the ankle thatare responsible for fore-aft stability. Forces in the joint are reduced, putting less strain on thesystem, Nigg claims.
27.Charles Brantingham and Beekman were firs t researcher in the field of health and flatfloors.(TRUE)
28.the subject of Fishers experiment were those thatphysical condition wereworse .(FALSE)
29.the production of mats are now increasing according to Fisher.(TRUE)
30.Fisher's idea of special cats were inspired when he went into another country.(TRUE)31.Masai Barefoot Technology(MBT) shoes are suitable for any age group.(NOT GIMEN)
36. lmprove resistance
38. reduce hypertension
39. blood pressure
40. shaped soles