Arnolds Moblog

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Hey!! I hope you enjoy snoopin' around my Moblog, these pictures will give you an insight into my day-to-day activities, adventures and discoveries, well, just my life really, Enjoy!

:: The 411 ::
Name: Arnold
Nickname(s): Button Nose · Arnie Barnie
Year of Birth: 2001
Breed: Holland Lop
Nationality: British
Hobbies: Playing Football · People Watching · Walking
Likes: Sleeping · Playtime · Soft Towels · Gettin’ loads of attention · Eating
Dislikes: My ears being touched · Going to the Vet · Loud Noises
Favourite Food: Carrots · Grapes · Cucumber · Strawberries
Personality: I’m very mischievous and I love to explore, I’m incredibly caring and gentle and never bite, unless I’m provoked. I’m extremely intelligent and am well trained. I’m a born leader, am not easily scared but I can be easily agitated.

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Bookmark and Share know what people think about this whole Niqab Ban thing...

(Jack Straw) said the increasing trend towards covering facial features was "bound to make better, positive relations between the two communities more difficult".
Do you agree?
26th Oct 2006, 20:26  


Steve says:

Vitamin D deficiency, but no skin cancer... it's a close call.

26th Oct 2006, 20:53

hildegard says:

If you mean the classroom assistant;
I do a lot of speaking a second language - the ability to see people's faces & lips is a significant part of how well I understand what is being said. My comprehension suffers on the phone because I can't see the other speaker.
A large number of the children she was helping to teach have english as a second language - their education will suffer by contrast to that of children who could see their teacher's faces.
Something no-one seems to be concerned about was her own educational standards. In interviews, I tired of counting her mistakes in spoken english. I was also struck by her claim to be "a perfect teacher".
Regardless of her attire, should someone who can't use the word 'perfect' correctly be involved in teaching english?
That was the bit that shocked me most, even more than her staggering sexism.

26th Oct 2006, 21:21

"A large number of the children she was helping to teach have english as a second language" - in England, isn't English the FIRST language? and isn't this part of the problem?

5th Nov 2006, 11:18