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Skype Teen

The top three most purchased and widely discussed sporting season gifts in 2017 in Bulgaria got ranked as follows: Skype Teen.

Meanwhile at public secondary schools in Bulgaria, students signed in to prepare  Power Point lectures to be presented to fifth graders and friends and classmates who are no younger than fifth grade.

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Private Property & the Price of Public Secondary Schools

The question of whether Bulgaria needs to boost investment in human resources and the minimum monthly pension has been receiving a definite confirmative answer. This is as evidently urgent as the functionality of online government and cash-related consumption as a result of the basic survival pyramid of everyday life priorities.

„The concept of fast cash credit from banks and institutes is about to lose popularity and market share,” experts said.

Instead, buying stocks and bonds into newly sold public property and organizations is expected to increase the inaccessible property areas and so yield precedence to a continued resulting profit from (1) fees, (2) multimedia production and (3) recordings of historic, theoretic and pragmatic value.

Included in the list of desired locations to be purchased are not only ski and seaside resorts but renovated public secondary schools too, according to small-business owners and mutual fund owners.

Journalists and police reps have already actively participated in the non-government sector to provide for a widespread educational civic effect of how to protect humans, the environment and properties and how to understand and possibly resolve conflicts from early age. In other words every fifth person in Bulgaria is half-way competent to undertake the roles of a facilitator, journalist and policeman.

Therefore such competent human resource and social media programs will continue to develop into diversely prioritized routes with that aiming to (1) diminish vehicle traffic to accessible sporting installation, (2) reduce hazardous packages of small food items like chocolate bars and potatoe chips and (3) expand affordable local meals, drinks, books, medicines, dental care.

„By having a tray of muffins in the classroom every day, we don’t have to go to the supermarket and the bakery every thirty minutes,” a student said. „The daily program is very busy and we enjoy the lunch recess greatly. My teammates and I have voted to use the water machine thoughout the day to drink water and to bring hot chocolate or sugar-free drinks to prepare as well.”

The latter referee has entailed that some students had to supply themselves with solid-lid water plastic mugs, allowed to be carried with them in the study hall and used during workshops, team work i.e. active and passive learning time.

Initiatives

„During our school time in enterpreneurship we have initiated a couple of very interesting and useful lessons,” students told their parents. One workshop plan is focused on how to make a wooden box to keep the Kleenex tissues in the classroom. One more suggestion involves how to sew cardigan studs (http://kinkaleria.com/index.php?m=320&lang=1&category=282&pc=159&prodid=12116 ) in the shapes of motor-lorry, basketball and football.

In a campain to recycle, the students have recorded some of their own initiatives by using a Samsung cassette camera while also added a few table tennis and badminton tools on the bookshelves to be deployed permanently.

During a sample full-time learning program with students fifth and sixth grade, parents have recycled a printer with scan-and-copy functions to be used during afternoon study hours. This initiative is an attempt to organize the “take-your-turn method” of learning how to print and scan pictures and written text. Senior teachers from morning tutor sessions can in this way give timely assignments to each student and/or team with regard to afternoon reminder tasks to be completed with this media tool.

Students’ opinion on accessing a paperback edition of monthly magazines with interschool information from all regions in Bulgaria has got some affirmative feedback in relation to fables, essays, math problems, advertisements and schedule of events (http://kids.programata.bg/).

Efforts to welcome exchange students from foreign-speaking and neighboring countires have resulted in start-up foreign-language conversation and knowledge of basic phrases because some children from bilingual or immigrant families have led non-translated story-telling sessions in front of their Bulgarian host team.