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Teaching and Learning Modern Foreign Languages in the United Kingdom – Limitations

IV. 1. Cultural and political limitations

“David Beckham’s decision to learn Spanish now he has signed to play for Real Madrid next season should help fire children’s interest in learning the language at school, a minister said today. The schools minister Stephen Twigg said Spain was England’s number one tourist destination and Spanish the second most important European language for business (…) He will be a very useful representative to young people about how it can be cool to learn Spanish.”

Even though the Government fails to promote languages using traditional political strategies, they certainly do think of alternative techniques, such as using one of their most eminent role models as a representative abroad, namely David Beckham, a professional football player. Pupils, and mostly boys, who are one of the target groups as far as raising achievement is concerned, are interested in football for the vast majority. Using a famous sport’s figure to give a positive idea of language is indeed a clever turn!

As the minister says, Spanish has recently gained an increased interest, as it is a very common holiday destination for many British people. However, France is still a traditional place to spend holidays, and the impact of this on linguistic skills is yet to be found.

The language that suffers the most from student disaffection is German, which many comprehensive schools do not offer any longer. School Z, for instance is phasing out the tuition of German, and only Years 9, 10 and 11 are still learning this language. Business companies have expressed their concern about German, as it is still placed in priority for business use. According to the Report of the Centre for Information on Language Teaching, published in November 2004, 46% of Britain’s non English speaking markets are in Germany, 45% are in France, 31% in Netherlands and 27% are in Spain. According to the same source, the top three languages causing barriers in efficient business trade are French, German and Spanish, which are the three main languages offered within British schools. Unfortunately, businesses then hire natives of the foreign language needed who are also fluent in English, to help them work with prospective European partners. The lack of proficiency shown by British people in Modern Foreign Languages is a hindrance to business, which to some extent is detrimental to the United Kingdom’s economy. There also seems to be some kind of stigma linked to languages.

“Learning other languages gives us insight into the people, cultures and traditions of other countries, and helps us to understand our own language and culture. Drawing on skills and expertise of those who speak community languages will promote citizenship and complement the Government’s broader work on the promotion of social cohesion” (Dfes: 2002: 12)

Although the United Kingdom has had a tradition of promoting their own culture around the world and has been involved in a huge number of other national communities, transmitting their ethos to the countries of the Empire and then the Commonwealth, the reciprocity of this cultural enrichment has appeared to be a complex process. Today, the United Kingdom is part of the European Union, but the number of Eurosceptics in the country is not decreasing. British newspapers, mainly the tabloids, participate in displaying a negative perception of the European Union. Many British people are unaware of the implications, the organisation, the institutions and the policies of the European Union. Ignorance leads to lack of interest, for the vast majority of the population. It is often claimed that Britons have few cultural links with Europe, and that they feel closer to the group of countries sometimes referred to as the ‘Anglosphere’. This community consists of English speaking countries such as Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Ireland, Canada and the United States. They share a common language and similar values, due to common historical links, that is to say most of these countries were once part of the British Empire. Moreover, although the British do not want to leave the European Union, recent polls have shown that the British population was against the introduction of the Euro and the European Constitution. As long as the United Kingdom does not feel that they genuinely belong to continental Europe, the poor attitude toward language learning is unlikely to change.

Mixed messages exist amongst the population in the United Kingdom concerning the perception of languages. Pupils in secondary schools do not show great enthusiasm for this school subject, as recent figures published in the Times Educational Supplement show: “in some cases dropout rates from GCSE language courses are extremely high – from 50% to 90%”(tes.co.uk). Pupils often do not see the point in learning a foreign language. English is spoken all around the world as a first, second or third language. Many countries use one language in their everyday life, but English is their official language. In holiday resorts, everything is made to accommodate tourists. Tour operators employ English speaking staff to avoid any difficulties for their customers.

However, a recent survey published by the Centre for Information on Language Teaching suggested that “over 75% of the general population think that a foreign language is important; and this figure increases to 90% amongst the 15 to 34 year olds”. If this figure is accurate, this means that pupils in Year 10 should, in their vast majority, choose a Modern Foreign Language as an option for their GCSE, which is not the case. At the beginning of Year 10, pupils are 15 years old. The Centre for Information on Language Teaching wants to promote languages in the United Kingdom, and the interpretation of these statistical figures appears to be very optimistic.

Modern Foreign Languages are not the easiest subject in the curriculum for pupils. When it is time for them to decide which option to select for their exams, they have the choice between art, drama, physical education, double manufacturing, cookery and textiles. In larger schools they might also have media, business studies, and as it is a requirement, Modern Foreign Languages are offered. Pupils cannot help but wonder in which subjects they will gain an A* to C, which is the pass rate. It is a very difficult choice to make for a 14 year old teenager.

Often, the attitude about languages that surrounds them is not very encouraging. It is a challenging and very academic subject. Pupils also do not get language support from families. For generations, their families did not have to learn a language. Or, they were not very good at it because of the failure in the educational system in teaching Modern Foreign Languages adequately when schools turned into comprehensive schools.

The way English has been taught for decades has not made it easy for pupils to access a foreign language. Before the Literacy Hour was introduced at Key Stage 2, pupils were no longer taught grammar. Therefore, their Literacy Level was often quite low. Although languages can help tremendously to improve Literacy skills, pupils often feel overwhelmed by the vast amount of new grammatical knowledge they have to acquire. In School X, pupils in Year 10 and 11 left primary school before the English Key Stage 2 Strategy and the Literacy hour were introduced, or they had only been taught under the newly enforced system for a year. When I started teaching them, they did not know what a verb or a subject was, whether in English or in a Foreign Language. They were unable to identify nouns in a sentence. I taught German to some classes and French to other groups, and producing accurate sentences was completely impossible for the pupils. They could not identify any of their errors.

The difference with the pupils who started secondary school in the past three years is very impressive and significant. The knowledge acquired in primary school facilitates their understanding in languages, and Modern Foreign Languages lessons consolidate the learning previously acquired. This is a very good example of the cross-curricular benefits that pupils can obtain from learning a language. This also shows that the initiative made by the Government to amend the way English was taught has had a beneficial impact in several ways, as it has improved pupils’ skills in English grammar and this proficiency has facilitated the learning of Modern Foreign Languages.

Lower achievers cannot always overcome these difficulties in Modern Foreign Languages. During the first few weeks I taught at school X, pupils had to be sent to detention systematically for not producing homework. The Head of Foreign Languages, who had about twenty years of experience in teaching, explained that generally pupils in the United Kingdom have a very negative attitude towards homework, and that if it was not clearly specified that there would be appropriate sanctions if a piece of homework was not produced, pupils would not complete the activity set. To try to counteract these difficulties, various techniques are used by schools. Most schools require that parents sign a home-school agreement which states the responsibility of parents and pupils for their learning. It is not only a teacher’s responsibility to make sure pupils produce the work expected, as parents are required to be as supportive as possible. This agreement also stresses parents’ responsibility for their child’s behaviour in lessons. The home-school agreement is designed to involve parents in their child’s education as much as possible. However, this agreement endorses the lack of motivation on the part of the pupils, and so homework is perceived as a sanction rather than a requisite for steady progress.

The National Curriculum for Languages, in its Programme of Study, highlights the importance of training pupils in becoming independent learners, as does the National Key Stage 3 Strategy. In spite of this, pupils in school Z, are provided with a homework timetable to help them in organising their working time. Pupils in Years 7, 8 and 9 are given one piece of homework a fortnight for French when they are taught four lessons in two weeks. This homework should take up to thirty minutes to be completed. It seems that pupils are still not much challenged by this schedule of work.

IV. 2. Structural limitations

In the United Kingdom, a culture of competition and achievement is bred within society, but more specifically within schools. Pupils are encouraged to take part in sports fixtures, in drama production to represent the school in the area, or in talent shows.

This competitive spirit is also rendered in the numerous tests pupils take. Although the infamous “eleven plus” exam was officially suppressed with the birth of comprehensive schools in the 1960s, the current labour Government is considering introducing a new assessment at the end of Key Stage 2. This would have implications for Modern Foreign Languages to some extent. Although languages are not a compulsory feature yet in primary school, prior attainments are taken into account as soon as a child starts secondary school. The assessment that the Government wishes to set up implies that pupils leaving primary school with good results will be more likely to go on the rolls of schools that are on top of the list in the league table. Consequently, it can divide schools into categories, as was the case before the existence of comprehensive schools.

The figures analysed earlier show that the dropout rate in languages is already quite high, and it is even more so in schools which are towards the bottom of league table. “Allowing schoolchildren to drop languages at age 14 is reinforcing an existing class divide, warns a report from national education bodies. Schools with more pupils on free school meals are making languages optional. (…) In some, albeit isolated, cases dropout was extremely high. One school reported 40% of pupils in Year 11 not studying a language (last year’s option choices), rising to 90% for Year 10 (this year’s). This school also reported knock-on effects in Key Stage 3, with curriculum time being reduced for lower ability groups.” Indeed, the United Kingdom seems to move back towards an elitist educational system and this is not the only fact that leads to this conclusion.

Although legally the existence of an examination at the end of primary school should not be relevant to pupils’ enrolment in secondary school, selection still exists under cover of a different name. The Government appears to tolerate 10% of selection. In 1995, David Blunkett, made it extremely clear in his famous speech at the Labour party conference “read my lips: no selection”. Some grammar schools have high expectations of the potential candidates which will be part of their Year 7 pupils, and do not want to rely entirely on the assessments made by primary schools, and therefore have entry tests. Within the catchment area, they choose the local elite of children which will help them carry on to gain the excellent results at GCSE the school aims at, which are largely above national average results. Unfortunately, even some comprehensive schools use the same technique to hand-pick the best from the average pupils. This is known by British society and largely accepted, as many parents wish the best for their children.

However, in some less prosperous households in deprived areas, this competitive ethos is not found. Parents are more likely to lack a culture of self achievement and do not transmit these values to their children. Pupils are sent to comprehensive schools, where the expectations are lower, and it is in this kind of environment that the entitlement to languages at Key Stage 4 is at risk, as shown by the previous figures. To assess whether a school is within the boundaries of a less fortunate area, statisticians use the landmark of free school meals, which are only provided to families who live under the poverty threshold. Donald McLeod’s article on the TES website illustrates this concern: “In 2003, 70% of schools with more than 10% of pupils on free school meals had made languages optional, as opposed to 31% of the rest. Some 67% schools with half or fewer of their pupils gaining 5 A* to C’s at the GCSE had made languages optional, whereas only 38% of schools with higher attaining pupils had done so.”

Pupils in comprehensive schools are set targets in all their subjects. They are set end of year targets, end of Key Stage 3, and GCSE target grades. Besides, in school Z, the Modern Foreign Languages department sets targets for pupils’ levels of achievement for each half term.

Pupils after a few weeks in Year 7 take their CATS tests. The latter consists in a series of papers to assess their logic, Literacy and Numeracy skills. These tests are then used to provide predicted levels of achievement in Maths, English and Science. They are also used in some schools to set children in groups according to their ability, even in subjects like Modern Foreign Languages which are not directly related to these tests, although it seems to be assumed that a correlation can be drawn.

Then, in Year 9, they have SATS, in English, Maths and Science. Their performance is recorded but also used for further predicted grades and thanks to educational software provided by the Government like the ‘Autumn package’ or the ‘Panda package’, an estimate for their GCSE grades is made.

In Modern Foreign Languages, pupils sit end of year exams and end of unit tests in the four basic skills (reading, listening, writing and speaking) every half term. This is a common assessment pattern used in many schools in the United Kingdom. “While the amount of time and money soaked up in the process is an absolute scandal, the effect on our children and their view of what education is about is even more of a worry. Repetitive coaching, training and practice, along with a regime of mocks, trial tests and non-statutory pilots have put children on a treadmill of non-stop scrutiny. They’re the most tested children in the developed world and, as a consequence, subjected to intolerable pressure – and we wring our hands when they seem to lose interest and motivation, leaving education earlier than their European counterparts.”(education.guardian.co.uk). Indeed, it is fair to wonder whether pupils still can enjoy their time at school for the mere pleasure of learning something new and different. According to the same article, there is no evidence that the number of exams improves pupils’ performances.

Besides, teachers have to deliver 21 hour long lessons a week and have four periods dedicated to planning. However, these periods can also be used by the school to cover lessons when colleagues are absent. The numerous assessments imply further time pressure for teachers into delivering the curriculum and to get pupils thoroughly prepared. It also generates a loss in the time dedicated to planning, as most of the non contact time is taken up by marking various assessments.

School management evaluates the instruction provided by teachers according to the results that pupils receive in the various tests. Teachers are themselves set targets by their line manager, who is usually their Head of Department. These can be related to pupils’ performances at examinations. In the United Kingdom, teachers are not civil servants and their capability is related to pupils’ achievement; all of this is directly linked to their opportunities to be promoted and to evolve professionally.

IV.3. Limited resources

In the United Kingdom, comprehensive schools are mainly funded by grants provided the Local Education Authorities which themselves are subsidised by the Government. The way budgets are dispatched between schools depends largely on the system in place for allocating money, which varies according to the Local Education Authorities. Some factors which are taken into account are the number of pupils on roll in the school, the size of the Sixth Form, and the achievement of the school in terms of exam results.

In Local Education Authority A, the main parameter which determines the financial resources offered is the number of pupils following the post 16 curriculum. School Z is within the administration of this Authority. There are about 180 pupils in their Sixth Form. The money available does not enable the Head Teacher to improve the school according to his development plans. The Modern Foreign Languages has had the opportunity of acquiring new resources even if the department exam results are far below the national results; in 2005, only 9% of the pupils gained a grade A* to C in their GCSE exams. However, the budget is dispatched in order to make progress in the areas which need it the most. Although other departments also need to expand their resources, Modern Foreign Languages appeared to be a priority. The Head Teacher’s decision shows a deep interest for this area, which can only be praised considering the latest governmental choices, which relegate languages to an inferior position within the curriculum as it has become a mere entitlement. By making this decision of allocating an increased budget to Modern Foreign Languages, the Head Teacher of school Z makes a statement about his views on the subject. Additionally, the school tries to obtain additional funding by making a bid to gain a specialist status in engineering.

Schools in the United Kingdom have the opportunity to be granted further financial support by becoming specialist schools in varied fields such as sports, art, technology, information technology, business, or languages. Specialist languages schools, whilst making their bid, develop their department in order to show the existing resources and competences, and then, once the status is approved, they can expand the specific area, but also manage to bring general improvements to the school. For instance, Specialist Language School W managed to hire three Modern Foreign Languages assistants and each member of the department was provided with a laptop computer. The classrooms which had been recently refurbished were equipped with delta projectors, and a computer suite was built to fit their needs in Information and Communication Technology.

Their status, however, implies that Languages are compulsory for all pupils at Key Stage 4, and that pupils learn two languages at Key Stage 3. The department consists of eleven members of staff, and offers French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, and Latin. Two new positions have been created since they successfully made their bid two years ago. Their achievement target for GCSE Modern Foreign Languages is 80% of pupils obtaining an A* to C grade. The school is located in a rather affluent area and the local community is extremely supportive.

In the Times Educational Supplement, 11 March 2005 issue, the efforts made by the Government to multiply the number of Specialist Languages are put forward: “Mr Twigg will announce today that the Government will spend £30m on increasing the number of specialist languages schools to 400 over the next five years. They will receive an extra £30,000 each year to help them to work with other schools. Schools with languages as their first or second specialism will get an additional £30 per pupil”.

It appears that the way schools are subsidised is directly linked with the potential developments of each school, and that unfortunately in some cases, it is increasingly difficult for a school to escape from the vicious circle of the impossibility to expand further. Schools suffer from lack of money, test results do not improve, which places the school at the bottom of the league table, and therefore the school is not attractive to prospective pupils, which implies that the school does not benefit from additional help because the number of pupils on roll in the sixth form does not increase.

Staffing is another issue that undermines Modern Foreign Languages departments. Indeed, there are not enough languages teachers in the United Kingdom at the present time, and the current numbers of pupils taking up languages in post 16 education does not show any sign a potential growth. Universities face numerous closures of languages faculties due to very few applicants. As an incentive, the Government offers the students starting a Post Graduate Certificate of Education a £6,000 grant. And the loans of these students are written off. After Newly Qualified Teachers complete successfully their first year, and obtain their full teaching status, they benefit from a ‘Golden Hello’, which is a £ 4,000 allowance.

In Northern England, schools are so short staffed in Modern Foreign Languages that further incentives have been thought of to attract new staff. In April 2005, the French magazine Marianne published an article explaining that Hull University offered to train Modern Foreign Languages teachers in three and a half months and give them a 5700 EUR allowance to do so. As part of their training they spend a few weeks in France. One cannot help but wonder about the quality of the training received in such a short time frame, and whether the knowledge of the newly qualified teachers will be adequate enough to enable them to be efficient classroom practitioners.

Stephen Twigg, school standards minister, announced in 2005 plans to work towards the deficit in languages teaching staff, which now also need to be trained for primary school teaching, as it is part of the Government’s new strategies for Languages. “More than £100 million is to be rushed into schools to help primary children learn foreign languages and halt the subject’s worrying decline in secondaries” (TES, 2005: 1). On the other hand, as the numbers of pupils learning a language at Key Stage 4 or Key Stage 5 has been on a steady decline since the implementation of the Government initiative to change languages to an entitlement, that is to say an option for GCSE rather than a foundation subject, the number of members of staff Modern Foreign Languages departments has decreased.

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Movies Miami Style: Films Set in the Magic City

Miami may not be like Los Angeles or New York, cities where movies continue to be shot around every corner. But, Miami definitely had its fair share of filming. Maybe it was chosen because of the plot of the film and maybe it was chosen because of its location (it’s hard to shoot a beach scene in Nebraska). Whatever the reason, Miami’s presence in the movie theater has left other Florida cities approaching, and shyly asking for an autograph. The following is a short list of Miami’s birthday movie times:

From Justin to Kelly: How Miami beats out every other city in America for this movie’s services is beyond me. Importantly, the fight to find this must have been with buying the Olympics or the Super Bowl. A movie with American Idol features first and second prize, From Justin to Kelly it was enough to make anyone go from nervousness to vomiting. Yes, it was that bad. I would give a long discussion of this project, but there wasn’t one. Suffice it to say that the story involved little more than singing, and clapping their hands and feet to the same choreographed pattern….however, in one scene, they danced in towels. That, in other words, was magic.

There is something about Mary: One of the funniest movies ever to hit the screen, this movie featured Cameron Diaz as Mary, a girl that men were willing to go to great lengths to impress. The stunt involved hacking, spying, impersonation and providing a fake British speaker. Ben Stiller plays Ted, a clumsy but lovable man who falls in love with Mary; a man who wants to please her but shows himself to be a person who is not mentally healthy more than others. This movie has memorable scenes, with laugh out loud moments. It also makes us look forever different with hair gel.

Scarface: At some point in the 1980s, almost every teenage boy had a poster of this movie on their bedroom wall. It’s a story about Tony Montana, played by Al Pacino, who comes to Florida as a Cuban refugee. After becoming a criminal, thanks to the spread of cocaine in the 1980s, he rises to the top of the world of organized crime in Miami, but falls to the ground. Released with little enthusiasm, Scarface it has since become a cult classic and one of the most popular films ever made; it has forever left movie fans as one of their little friends.

Bad Boyz: The movie that left us all wondering “what will you do when they want you,” Bad Boyz stars Martin Lawrence and Will Smith as two detectives in a Miami police station. After $120 million worth of drugs are stolen, these two detectives are given the option to return the drugs or lose their jobs. They bicker and argue, but their love is also genuine, which makes this couple stand out from the rest. Lethal Weapon and Starsky and Hutch. While this movie is not typical – as cop dramas tend to be – it is fun, fast, and the action is hard to beat. This film led to a sequel, which was also shot in Miami.

Any given Sunday: One of the action packed football movies, Any given Sunday it includes many professional players and athletes. With part of the movie filmed in Miami, the Orange Bowl Stadium was designed as the home of the fictional football team, the Miami Sharks. Al Pacino plays a fitness trainer while Cameron Diaz is the owner, and he’s not very funny. A football movie is very different and inspiring like Rudy or The Replacements. Instead, it shows the inner workings and politics involved in running a professional body.

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Muhammad Ali, Gary Halbert & Me

It was January 1971.

He watched me jump rope. He laughed and shouted, “Hey, white boy! What are you doing here?”

It floated like a butterfly, stung like a bee. He was the Greatest.

me? No floating. No sting. No one.

He was right. What was I doing there?

Oh yes. A frustrated college football player, I decided to be a boxer. So just before Christmas in 1970, I left the University of Oregon and headed to the mecca of boxing… Fifth Street Gym in Miami Beach.

The door swung open at noon. Media, microphones. Howard Cosell, Burt Lancaster, Angelo Dundee. Cameras, high rollers, cigars. Plus a few dozen guys with bent noses and fat ears. The scene was surreal.

But I couldn’t help but notice an alarming lack of unreality inside the ring. Ali hit his sparring partner, training seriously for his first fight with Joe Frazier. I’m glad I could make him laugh. Gladder, but I wasn’t there with him.

Three months later, my knee blew out. I retired undefeated, undefeated. “The Greatest” never noticed.

Fast forward 19 years

1990 was my 13th year driving a county bus in Miami and Miami Beach. I’ve started and failed so many businesses, I’ve lost count. I couldn’t sell a single bit. Did one stupid thing after another. Married with 4 kids by then, I was costing us tens of thousands of dollars.

I studied sales letters during my breaks. I wrote a few dozen for other people, with little success.

I sent the samples to the Prince of Press, Gary Halbert, world champion direct mailer and copywriting genius. Could I work at his seminar by the sea in Key West that costs $7,000?

A few days later the phone rang. Halbert didn’t laugh. He didn’t call me “white boy”. He invited me to work for him in a seminar.

Rejected by Ali, but works with Halbert. IESSS!

Key West was bliss…for a day.

On Monday morning I met the other lyricists: John Carlton, Brad Antin, David Deutsch, Gene Dowdle, Loretta Duffy, Brad Peterson. All legends today.

I met some of the speakers: John Egger, Dan Kennedy, Ken Kerr, Phil Kratzer, Carl Galletti, Bill Myers, Ted Nicholas. More legends. I met Halbert. What could be more exciting?

On Monday, Halbert and others shared their genius. It was beautiful. On Tuesday came the main places.

Oops! Back to “white boy!”

Halbert invited the participant to the front with himself and 3 copywriters. The guest described his job. The panel asked questions. Then Halbert exclaimed words that shocked me into instant horror:

“COPYWRITERS! HEADLINES! HEADLINES! COVER, COPYWRITERS! COVER!”

Halbert wanted one title after another, pop pop pop pop pop pop. He wanted quality. He wanted quantity.

Over time (I mean weeks or months later), I realized the purpose: the more viewpoints and ideas, the better chance I have of finding lots of outstanding sales letter copy. Now I accept this as absolute truth, and you should too.

But not then. My routine? Sit down at my word processor with a cup of coffee, think casually, catch a good idea every now and then.

Other copywriters screamed from the headlines. I sucked my thumb.

Tuesday was awful. Wednesday and Thursday weren’t much better. By Friday I started gaining… but the week was over.

When I left, I swore I would never, ever, EVER embarrass myself like that again.

Back home. To the library. I got years of Readers Digest, Forbes, Cosmopolitan and other magazines on microfilm. I wrote down EVERY title … over 1500 of them.

The people who wrote these headlines make millions to get attention, to sell magazines. They are the best. So why not use that brain power? So I created a file with all the titles I pulled from my sources and titled that file Shortheads.

I have been using ShortHeads for over 15 years. It made me a lot of money. I used it to come up with (among others) the most recognizable headline in network marketing history: “Dead doctors don’t lie!”. Your headline is the most important part of any ad or article. If your headline doesn’t grab and hold attention, the rest of your writing is wasted. I strongly encourage you to put together your own “title file” to pull from every time you post a good title.

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The Causes And Dangers of Concussions

Concussions often follow concussions or violent shaking. A concussion is known as a mild traumatic brain injury (TBI), but it can lead to serious problems or complications over time. In car collisions, such damage can occur without hitting the head, but because the head drops suddenly, which can cause the brain to compress the skull. Contact sports, especially football and wrestling, are among the most likely to cause concussions. Some of the more common causes are slips, bumps, or bruises from cycling, horseback riding, skiing, and other sports. It can happen in your home, school, car or anywhere.

Even when a concussion looks minor, it can still cause significant discomfort. Often, chaos is followed by a change in consciousness, which simply means that they have passed or are awake but confused. The very first symptoms of concussion include headache or dizziness; loss of environmental awareness; and a sick stomach. Late symptoms may include persistent low-grade headaches, light-headedness, low blood pressure, memory problems, difficulty doing simple math, difficulty remembering words, delayed response time, easily irritated and reduced stress threshold, intolerance to bright lights, severe visual impairment, inability to deal with noise and noise, periodic ringing in the ears, panic attacks, symptoms of depression, mood swings and sleep problems.

Given that concussions may not involve structural brain damage, the health of people with mild concussions often shows improvement or remains the same. But a brain disorder is usually a process, not an event, which can still change many pathological functions. Conflicts that result in long-term losses usually worsen during the first two days and nights. A lack of awareness may indicate that the affected person has another challenge, such as a more serious head injury. Similarly, constant nausea, headaches, drowsiness, two different pupil sizes and increased confusion are all signs of increased tension within the skull.

If it is an urgent situation, seek medical treatment, and be sure to return for further care and examination if signs and symptoms worsen. You should talk to a doctor as soon as necessary, and failure to do so can cause more problems. If the injury is caused by another person or party responsible, you may need to contact a legal professional.

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What Was The Dallas Cowboys Football Score Last Night The Braves Seek Out Suburbia

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The Braves Seek Out Suburbia

Cinematic baseball wisdom says that if you build it, they will come.

The Atlanta Braves seem to want to add a caveat: “… as long as you build it in the right place.”

In a move the Atlanta Journal-Constitution described as “stunning,” team officials announced the Braves will leave their downtown Atlanta home for Cobb County, a suburban area northwest of the city whose largest city is Marietta. (1)

The Braves have played in downtown Atlanta since moving from Milwaukee in 1966, but their current home, Turner Field, is more recent. It was built for the 1996 Olympics and became Braves park in 1997. The team said it will move for the 2017 season, the first opportunity to do so after the 20-year lease at Turner Field expires.

There’s nothing wrong with Turner Field. Its only major drawback is that it is not closed, making it difficult to play or wait for the one-day game in Atlanta in July. But the Braves aren’t leaving because of the weather. (The new field will also be outdoors, team officials said.) The website the team launched to explain the move cites “certain issues that are insurmountable and will only become more problematic over the years.” (2) These include inadequate parking and lack of mass transit.

I suspect these are real issues, but I doubt the Braves have other considerations in mind. Money is high on the list, as usual. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed released a statement after the Braves’ announcement saying keeping the team in downtown Atlanta would cost taxpayers “hundreds of millions of dollars.” He claimed that Cobb County was providing a $450 million subsidy for the new stadium, a figure that neither the Braves nor Cobb County would confirm. Citing Reid, ESPN reported that the city plans to demolish Turner Field once the Braves leave.

Still, the Braves didn’t pick Cobb County for ease of navigation. Like most of metropolitan Atlanta, the area around the proposed stadium is often closed off, even without the added traffic that a major league venue would generate. As for mass transit, skeptics immediately noted that the MARTA transit system does not serve Cobb County.

But the verdant suburban hills have other advantages, the most important of which is proximity to the Braves’ fan base — a mostly suburban crowd whose kids play softball and hardball on immaculately manicured fields. Baseball struggles to attract young players in urban areas, where basketball is particularly popular. In some places, like Atlanta, the central city is not where most fans live, especially those who can afford major league prices. Braves CEO Derek Schiller said their new stadium will be “close to the geographic center of our fan base.”

The Braves understandably want to get as many of those fans into the ballpark as possible. Despite the Braves’ consistent success on the field, they don’t draw particularly large crowds in their current home stadium. In 2013, they averaged 31,465 in attendance per home game, even though Turner Field can hold just under 50,000. The new Cobb County Stadium will seat approximately 41,000 to 42,000.

Downtown Atlanta is now lagging behind the national trend of revitalizing urban cores. Unlike Miami, which is full of shiny new apartment towers, Atlanta hasn’t attracted a large number of new downtown residents in recent years. Atlanta is also a high crime city by national standards. Very little happens in the city center after dark. Downtown is emptying out as people take to the massive highways to get out of the city or to more popular urban neighborhoods like Buckhead, Little Five Points and Druid Hills.

While I can’t fault team management, the departure of the Braves looks like a financial disaster for the city. The Braves and Turner Field were one of the main attractions in downtown Atlanta. The decision also reinforces the view of skeptics who argue that publicly funded sports facilities do not add much value to an established major city, whether the stadiums are built for the Olympics (as in Atlanta or, this year, Rio de Janeiro) or for professional sports franchises.

However, a major league team can put a smaller municipality on the map. This happened in Arlington, Texas, which is home to the Texas Rangers and the Dallas Cowboys. It happened in Anaheim, California, which is home to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the NHL team, the Anaheim Ducks. It may soon happen in Marietta. As Mark Bradley of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution noted, Atlanta’s loss will be Cobb County’s gain, making it “the premier destination in the entire Southeast.” (1)

Downtown partisans can take solace in a consolation prize of sorts — a new downtown stadium that’s on the drawing boards for the city’s National Football League franchise, the Atlanta Falcons. The team plans to move a short distance from its current home, the 21-year-old Georgia Dome on the edge of downtown.

Football is more popular nationally than baseball, and nowhere is the difference greater than in Georgia, where even high school teams get their scores on the front page of a metropolitan newspaper. No doubt many would argue that the NFL is the treasure chest and baseball’s Braves are the consolation prize. But the Falcons play just eight regular-season home games per year, compared to the Braves’ 81. They also play mostly on Sundays, when traffic is less of a factor. You can get people to travel almost anywhere for an NFL game, but an eight-date schedule isn’t much for building a city.

The Braves are a day in and day out attraction. It is a pity that the city does not offer a more attractive city center in which to keep them.

Sources:

1) Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Stunning News: Atlanta Braves Move to Cobb”

2) Home of the brave

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What Types Of Decisions Are Made By Football Managers The Nature of Attitude – 3 Types of People

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The Nature of Attitude – 3 Types of People

Many of our articles deal with optimizing individual performance. The the fundamental factor — which underlies the successful application of all other performance factors — is attitude.

Unfortunately, too often attitude is dismissed as something we’re cursed (or blessed) with and can’t change … or simply too intangible to objectively address in the workplace.

All of these attitude statements are incorrect and counterproductive! A person’s attitude (both a fundamental view of life and specific views on various life challenges) is reflected in objective behavior and can be changed. It is not manipulated by external forces, but transformed by the individual.

What is attitude?

Attitude is the basic way we think, feel and act – how we react to the world around us. It determines the quality and effectiveness of all our thinking, emotions and behavior… and therefore the positive or negative consequences of that behavior.

Attitude is the only thing we can count on as a life companion. Jobs and relationships come and go, but your attitude is always with you. You can’t take a vacation from yourself!

Attitude is based on our expectations and perceptions – our definition of reality.

3 types of people — 3 different attitudes

Each of the following has the same job, but pay attention to their attitudes:

Susan Spectator he likes the predictability and limited responsibility of his job. He feels most comfortable when others make important decisions. He feels threatened when anything out of the ordinary happens and calls his manager for instructions. She is never sure of anything and has difficulty making commitments.

Carl Critic he feels frustrated in his job, but at least it gives him a chance to complain and take out his frustration on all the “idiots” he deals with. When faced with his mistakes, he looks for excuses and other culprits. He hates what he considers imposed by colleagues and customers. His negative opinions are known to everyone.

Paula Player he sees his job as an opportunity to experience the thrill of competence and face progressive challenges. He enjoys interacting with his colleagues, customers and management. When she makes a mistake, she admits it to herself and those it affects… and then looks to see how she can correct it and learn from it.

Susan Spectator, Carl Critic and Paula Player exemplify three very different ways of approaching life and relating to others – three different attitudes:

  1. Spectators with neutral attitudes
  2. Spectators watch life happen and watch others. They play it safe and try to avoid risks. Viewers are afraid of change. They are often tired or detached. Their definitive word is: Maybe. Their predominant action: Coast… Typical Phrases: I doubt, maybe, I don’t know and I hesitate.

  3. Critics with negative views
  4. Critics comment on life and complain. They criticize afterwards, imposing their “expertise” and finding fault in others. Critics are annoyed by the changes. They often seem frustrated or pessimistic. Their definitive word is: No! Their predominant action: Stop! Typical phrases: I can’t, I won’t, There’s no way and You made me.

  5. Players with positive attitudes
  6. Players actively participate in life and embrace opportunities. They take risks and are ready to make mistakes. Players enjoy learning and changing. They are usually confident and optimistic. Their definitive word is: Yes! Their predominant action: Go! Typical phrases: I can, I will, I’m sure and I choose.

Adapted from: Attitude: The choice is yours by Michele Matt, American Media, 1996.

Most of us have something of each type and attitude in us. Often, however, one general attitude prevails.

Activity

  1. Let’s remember a challenge that you have faced in your interactions with others (whether in your current job, a previous job or in your personal life).
  2. Describe the situation, the other people involved, what was challenging about it and how you dealt with it.

    • What were your actions? Your thoughts? Your feelings?
    • What statements did you use? In what tone of voice?
    • What was your body language like? Your expression?
  3. Now a step back and look at what you wrote. Have you been a The viewer, A critic or Player (or some combination)?
  4. How could you face and handle a similar challenge in the future?

[Our other articles on this subject address why attitude is important and how to transform it.]

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What Type Of Shoes Does A Football Player Wear The Lifespan of Soccer Cleats

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The Lifespan of Soccer Cleats

Whenever a quality pair of football boots is sold, almost every buyer has a very common question: How long will my pair last? Well, this is the question that brought you to this page. Read on to learn more.

First of all, if you are a regular soccer player and play this game 7 days a week, expect your dice to last two seasons at most. Here are a few factors that will affect the lifespan of your football boots.

Light shoes

Football boots that are lightweight are not as durable as heavier ones. This is because they are made of thinner materials, which makes these shoes fragile.

Playing Surface

Like other things, the surface on which you will play football is also important. For grass surfaces, we suggest you buy solid cleats. You must not wear these cleats to play on artificial grass or the lifespan of your cleats will be significantly reduced.

Your activity level

If you play 7 days a week, you should have an extra pair of football boots. Wearing the same pair of shoes all week will shorten their lifespan.

How Hard You Play

If you don’t play as aggressively as the pro players, your shoes will last longer and vice versa. So, you have to be realistic and choose the right pair of shoes based on your level of aggression during the game. If you want your cleats to last the longest, take care of them. Here are some tips to help you do that:

Loosen your cleats

Whenever you buy a new pair of football boots, you should put them on for a run or before a game. This way you can loosen your cleats. After a few days, the new shoes will fit you. Then you can use these cleats for your soccer game on the ground.

Dry your shoes

After each game we suggest you air dry your shoes. Another good tip is to insert a few pages of some newspaper into each pair. The paper will absorb the extra moisture and also keep your pair in shape. Excessive sun exposure is bad for your shoes, especially when they are drying.

Detachable Cleats

After each game, you should remove your detachable cleats. If you don’t remove them after playing and walking on hard surfaces, your cleats will become dull. As a result, you will not be able to use them.

Clean them up

Every time you come home from the playground, don’t forget to clean your boots. This will prevent dust and debris from damaging the leather. In addition to this, you should also remove debris from the seams of your shoes. It is better not to use cleaning agents while cleaning your cleats.

Skin creams

It is a good idea to use a good leather cream on your shoes as this will keep your shoes soft.

Do not use hot water

It is very important not to use hot water to clean the cleats or you will end up ruining them forever.

So, I hope you now have a pretty good idea of ​​how long your soccer cleats will last if you take the right steps.

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2017 Central Time Nfl Football Schedule Sunday Monday Thursday Stay Ahead in Competition by Choosing the Right App Development Company

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Stay Ahead in Competition by Choosing the Right App Development Company

Today, companies expect a mobile device strategy for the successful development of their business. As we know, the use of mobile device has increased rapidly because it is an instant source of access to internet and mobile applications. Businesses are changing the way and finding a new way in mobile phones that include different features and features. The rapidly growing popularity of mobile applications has left no other choice for companies than to promote and sell their services through mobile devices.

If you want to stay ahead of the competition then an app development company is the right choice for you. They will provide you with effective services that can change the course of your business. There are many app development companies available in the market that want to help your website and business achieve its goals or objectives. Converting your website to an iOS app, or improving your visual experience will exceed your expectations. When your application or project is finished, you can upload the iOS device to the Apple store and let your customers start downloading the new device. Make sure that your application meets all your requirements and successfully displays in the app store so that it is easy for your customers to access your application.

Benefits of Hiring an App Development Company:

• Your business responsibility is in the right hands. Provide experts and experienced developers who are experts in their field.

• They know all the important information needed for the normal development of the company.

• Easily include important features or attributes.

• If a problem or error occurs, they know the right solution.

If you are new to mobiles and don’t have proper information about an app development company, the following tips will help you make the right choice:

• Having proper knowledge about the company:

Look at the company’s website and their project reports because the main reason for creating a mobile app for business is to make the app more downloaded and more profitable for the business. So before you hire any company, first find out whether the company has done any important project or not.

• Company Reputation:

Before hiring, find out if the company is reputable or not. You can check the customer testimonials of the company to know about the competence of the company dealing with it.

• Standard:

First, check the prices of other similar companies and hire according to your needs and your budget. It will help you make the right decision. There are several software development companies in the market that provide you with the best services at affordable prices.

• The company has a team of experienced and professional developers:

It is important to hire experienced developers because experienced developers have great knowledge and experience in handling different stages of development. So if any problem arises, they will solve it easily.

Creating a successful app is a profitable step for business. For this, you need to choose the right company so that you can save your money and your time.

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What Time Is The Penn State Nebraska Football Game Learning to Play Football Early – Middle School Football Training and Plays

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Learning to Play Football Early – Middle School Football Training and Plays

Playbook Practicing

Rehearsing plays is fun and also very important. When you master your part of the game, it will strengthen your team and yourself. The number one rule for starting a new game is to follow your coach’s instructions. To avoid learning the drama incorrectly or developing bad habits, we recommend that you go through the entire play slowly at first. Practice is a great time to get some extra help, so if you’re having trouble with a particular game, remember that your coaches are there to help you master the techniques. Always, always ask for the help you need. Are you done with the show after practice? One thing you can do after practice is visualize your games. Sleep on them, and you’ll learn them twice as fast.

How to overcome on the line of scrimmage

In a variety of games, whether you’re on offense or defense, you’ll want to have a strategic advantage over your opponents. A great technique that will give you a lane advantage is double team blocking. Basically, you take two blockers or linemen and have them go after the same person. This technique is effective for punching a hole through the line and coming back through it, or it also works great on a defensive shot. The basics of this technique are simple: first, both players will need to step together and bring their hips together. They form a wall that the opponent cannot break down. Hit the shoulders hard and pin the opponent as you bring them back. To be effective, the double team must work in a quick blitz maneuver.

Dehydration is the enemy of football success

Drinking plenty of water is all you need to prevent dehydration, and should therefore be an important part of football training. Each player should have a water bottle close by so they can take quick water breaks or at least gulps here and there. Times have changed and coaches these days need to be aware of hydration needs and not use water as a reward or withhold it as a punishment. These safe practices will help keep players energized and healthy.

Strength and conditioning: top to bottom

A popular conditioning exercise known as “up downs” is a very effective way to increase cardiovascular activity and endurance. Players will start this drill by running in place as fast as they can, keeping their knees as high as possible. Then, at random, the coach will yell, “down” or blow a whistle to which the players must dive to the ground and do a push-up, then jump back into running in place. Since this exercise can be very strenuous, it is important that the time spent on it is slowly increased over time as the player’s strength increases.

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Miami Dolphins

Things have changed in Miami. These Dolphins, who have been struggling since Dan Marino left, have found a new identity. I like what they do. Chad Pennington, for example, I like how he’s playing better now than when he was in New York.

Tedd Ginn Jr. looks better than some expected. He’s playing for this team, and he’s going to get better. Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams run the ball well, and for once people are starting to fear the passing game like they should. The game they played against the Patriots, even though they lost, will give Pennington and his receivers the respect they deserve.

Parcells and Sparano have done a great job turning this franchise around. They still have a good chance to make the playoffs this year, but even if they don’t, keep an eye out for them in the years to come. Some people say that Henne and Ginn could be the next best combo in the NFL. I’m not trying to pick on Pennington. He’s caught a lot of flak for having a noodle, but from what I’ve had this year, I think he has an underrated arm. I also love the heart Jake has shown for a long time. Despite being slightly injured, he stood his ground and provided the ultimate protection for Pennington. This team has improved from its 1-15 record a year ago. There is nothing but optimism in Miami right now, and who can blame them.

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