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Indian Art and Architecture and its relation to Indian Music:
Every culture of the world develops from the beliefs, practices and customs, traditions and values of its people. Through their lifestyle they

develop systems of moral codes and norms,which they enrich with their activities and customs,

of, which the arts, music, architecture, literature etc.

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Nonverbal Communication Study
Nonverbal communication is a silent infiltrator, having broad influence over our social environment. It provides us with a mode for conveying messages without the use of verbal language. It may enhance or detract from a verbal communication. It regulates relationships by affecting the likelihood of introduction and continued interaction.

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Special Needs for Special Populations

According to the Education Act 1993 and the Code of Practice it has been acknowledged that at any one time a possible 20 per cent of children may experience special educational needs during their school career.

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The Big Four

Collis Huntington, Leland Stanford, Charles Crocker and Mark Hopkins, better known to history as the "Big Four," were instrumental in building the Central Pacific Railroad and developing California's railroad system in the years between 1861 and 1900.
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AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGIONS AND CULTURE

The key issue connected with the content or substance of African traditional religion revolves mainly around the kind of questions that should be given prominence in research.

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EFFECTS OF CHILD ABUSE
All children are born to grow, to develop, to live, to love, and to articulate their needs and feelings for their self-protection. Although growing up can be difficult, most children and young people receive the love and care they need to develop into healthy, happy young adults.

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Classroom Management Plan:

When developing classroom plans and teaching methods, many teachers use collaborative learning techniques. This generally involves intergroup learning and the use of verbal interaction. Where the teacher is not just teaching, rather giving the students an opportunity to learn through interpersonal interaction. Some use peer groups for classroom management, thereby creating more time for personal interaction with individual students.
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