Month January

  • European Citizen Sports

    The euroargentinos are Argentines who have European citizenship. The most important group of euroargentinos is represented by the descendants of Europeans who emigrated to Argentina and received jus sanguinis citizenship of his ancestors. Then there are those who have obtained marriage eurpoea ciudadnia (jure marriage) according to country of origin are divided into: Anglo-Argentines, francoargentinos, Germanoargentinos, grecoargentinos hispanoargentinos, italoargentinos, etc. Within Euroargentinos the italoargentinos hispanoargentinos and represent about 80% of the total. , Then follow the Anglo-Argentines, the francoargentinos, the germanoargentinos etc. With the lengthening of the European Union on 1 May 2004, ten states have joined more: Poland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Slovakia.

    , Cyprus. Malta. Many of these countries have descendants in Argentina. This will allow many Argentines descendants of these European immigrants to acquire European citizenship and become part of the turn euroargentinos the Euroargentinos are part of the Euro-Latin American ie the descendants of European immigrants to various countries in Latin America and have European citizenship and Euro-Latin American euroargentinos The two countries have a birth or residence of another of its European origin. The rights of euroargentinos are living, studying and working in the twenty-five Member States of the European Union, with equal rights of every European citizen, etc. Words are recognized as citizens to all effects. Eligible survivors are the Argentines who have the right to obtain the European citizenship by desconociemiento disinterest or have not yet obtained BENEFITS OF EUROPEAN CITIZENSHIP reside and work freely in the twenty-five states of the European Union without a visa or work permit.

    Following undergraduate or graduate courses in European universities, with the rate for Europeans. To transmit citizenship to their children and spouse. Having protection of European consulates when traveling or residing abroad. Practice in the EU, has converted his college degree. Academic positions in European universities and official international agencies UNESCO, OECD, NATO, EU, FAO, CNRS, CNR, European Parliament, EU agencies and the European Central Bank. Voting in European Parliament elections in the EU. Studying English in Britain, Ireland Community price, although it could work regularly. Scholarships offered by other countries or international organizations to European citizens. Entering the diplomatic service of his country in Europe if you have validated the degree and whether to approve the admission contest. Enter as a student at the academies Military, Aviation and Marine. Exercise their profession if you have converted their degrees. Carry out any commercial activity envisaged by the European Union to vote in Argentina to elect deputies and senators in parliamentary elections in his country in Europe (Spain, France, Belgium and Italy, athletes (football players, rugby, volleyball, tennis, hockey etc. ) Can integrate European teams and selected through their European citizenship. Processing and acquisition of European citizenship.

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  • Tips For Runners

    So you've decided to take to run? Perhaps you are starting again after putting it off for years. Here is a list of tips that I have found beneficial to the starting runner or even the seasoned pro. 1. Stretch your legs and feet? BEFORE AND AFTER S Stretching is the first thing to remember in any running program. Keep muscles flexible and relaxed tension, your joints mobile, and relieve tension and make a few gentle stretches before and after execution. I can not stress enough how important it is to stretch after the race and cool. I have found most new runners miss this vital step in your exercise program.

    You do not want to start doing too much too soon. Build your body up while you prepare to meet the demands you are about to ask of your body. Make sure to loosen the hamstrings, quadriceps, calves, iliotibial (IT) band, hips, buttocks and the plantar fascia (area at the bottom of the foot between the heel and ball of the foot). Stretch until you feel tension but not pain. Never bounce because they can tear the muscles and cause more serious problems.

    2. POSE! POSE! POSE! It is not finished school, but the principal is the same. Runs the whole body movement and correct posture and body mechanics help reduce tension in your body. Keep your body perpendicular to the ground. Do not lean on it. Hopefully they are not running in the wind tunnel. Moving arms and, of course, go with the flow.

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  • Education Curriculum

    The curriculum currently applying for primary education-based content framed norms, values, skills, etc. In an organized way, and objectives expected to cause, encourage or facilitate by teaching personal growth processes, provides information and data on when, what and how to teach, structured teaching and learning activities in which students along with teachers can participate in relation to the objectives around the selected contents, to the extent to which progress with the above and the intentions mentioned mentioned is reached which is the indispensable to ensure the pedagogical action "assessment", which is responsible for corrections to plans of action, thus we realize that the curriculum is the project which governs school educational activities, has served as a guide for teachers of primary level, stating intentions and appropriate actions, in turn, provide tools to guide their pedagogical practice, however, the curriculum explains the rationale of education , but does not take into account the educational reality and the real conditions in which they carried out educational activities, as it is too far from the reality of the classroom as often turn out to be of little or no help for teachers live another reality, a clear example to be the cultural aspect that tends to be of vital importance in certain localities or communities, as in many of these places have different beliefs and customs that are being of concern to the locals, while other localities may not have the same importance. The curriculum as a project can not take into account all the factors involved in the educational and should not replace the initiative and responsibility of teachers, but you can take into account information on the origin and nature of the place where it applies, unfortunately , the curriculum implemented in primary education is not flexible because the plan and programs of study provide an annual calendar of 200 days and that is imposed by the Ministry of Education, and carefully monitored and sanctioned by it, besides that in subjects and hours of each is properly allocated for each one of them, so talking about a rigid educational system. .

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