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What is self concept in Counselling?

What is self concept in Counselling? The self-concept is a central aspect of the person-centred approach to counselling. It is basically how people define themselves, for example, ‘I am caring, I am cheerful, I can sometimes be funny’. What are the three components of self-concept? Self-concept is an individual’s knowledge of who he or she […]

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What are the types of hotel guest?

What are the types of hotel guest? Discover 7 types of hotel guests and how to appeal to them: Business (or bleisure) traveler. Business travelers are guests on a mission and they’re in town for one purpose: work. Event attendees. Boomers. Millennials. Gen Z. Families. Health and wellness travelers. What happens if I leave a […]

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Is Burj Al Arab worth the money?

Is Burj Al Arab worth the money? For those people who only go to the Burj for the restaurants, I would say, save your money and actually stay for one night in the hotel. That is a much better way to use your money. The room experience is one of a life time. You also […]

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What is allegory give two examples?

What is allegory give two examples? An allegory is a poem, story, play, etc. in which characters and events represent qualities or ideas relating to morals, religion or politics. Lewis, Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser, and The Frog and the Nightingale by Vikram Seth are examples of allegory. What does photorealism mean? Photorealism is a […]

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What is the shortest novel?

What is the shortest novel? for sale: baby shoes never worn What does Alice Munro write about? Like much of her fiction, the tales capture the social and cultural milieu of her native southwestern Ontario. Munro embraced the mystery, intimacy, and tension of the ordinary lives of both men and women, rooted in the uncharted […]

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Why are teaching styles important?

Why are teaching styles important? Teaching styles are linked to a teacher’s educational value system, and stem from your philosophy of education. Being aware of your own teaching style (or styles) can help you improve your teaching methods, and encourage more student engagement and, ultimately, student outcomes. What are teaching styles? In the contemporary classroom, […]

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What was the main reason that Britain entered the war quizlet?

What was the main reason that Britain entered the war quizlet? Great Britain entered the First World War in response to the German invasion of Belgium. What was a long term effect of WW1? Specific Effects of World War 1: WW1 caused the downfall of four monarchies: Germany, Turkey, Austria-Hungary and Russia. The war made […]

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Can I check into a hotel if someone else paid for it?

Can I check into a hotel if someone else paid for it? Yes …it better to call the hotel and ask what information is needed for the stay if someone else has already paid for you. You either take a printout of the booking made. Some hotels it’s as simple as saying your last name […]

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Why do we use idioms?

Why do we use idioms? Idioms are a type of figurative language that can be used to add dynamism and character to otherwise stale writing. You can also use idioms to: Express Complex Ideas in a Simple Way. Oftentimes, idioms can help express a large or abstract idea in a way that is succinct and […]

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How does a paraphrase look like?

How does a paraphrase look like? A paraphrase is similar to a summary because you are rewriting the source in your own words. They key difference is that paraphrases include both key points and subpoints. Because a paraphrase includes detailed information it can sometimes be as long (if not longer) than the original source. What […]

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