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does anyone know any good websites for child development and is anyone doing Romeo and Juilet at school?
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does anyone know any good websites for child development and is anyone doing Romeo and Juilet at school?
Bethany*
i have some websites for childcare they are :
www.babyworld.com
www.b4baby.com
www.motherandbaby.co.uk
www.growthspurts.com
i hope they are of some use to you and if u know any good sites for stratified sampling please let me know on [email protected] thanks
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i have some websites for childcare they are :
www.babyworld.com
www.b4baby.com
www.motherandbaby.co.uk
www.growthspurts.com
i hope they are of some use to you and if u know any good sites for stratified sampling please let me know on [email protected] thanks
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thank you, ive been looking for a website for ages. sorry but i dont know what stratified sampling is.
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does anyone know any good websites for child development and is anyone doing Romeo and Juilet at school?
Bethany*
We've just started Romeo and Juliet.
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thank you, ive been looking for a website for ages. sorry but i dont know what stratified sampling is.
I *think* it's when, for example, you select every 10th name from a register - a strategy.
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Remeo and Bleeding Juiet god that brings back memeories. When I was supposed to be learning that I was too busy trying to overclock 486DX50 chips into DX2-66s.

I had little motivation at school other than I would leave at 16 and become a barrow boy.
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The only thing good about Romeo and Juilet is that we're watchin the videos otherwise its preetty borin!
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The only thing good about Romeo and Juilet is that we're watchin the videos otherwise its preetty borin!
Yeah... like the modernised one with Leonardo Di-whateveritwas in.

Not as good as the 1940s version of Richard III with all the tanks and gun fights and everything though.
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Yeah... like the modernised one with Leonardo Di-whateveritwas in.

Not as good as the 1940s version of Richard III with all the tanks and gun fights and everything though.
Fish that film was so poor par the acting! and romeo and juliet is best seen on the stage
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thank you, ive been looking for a website for ages. sorry but i dont know what stratified sampling is.
Stratified sampling is when you split a population (a large group) into two (or more) smaller groups and take a certain number of random samples for each group in relation to its relative size (in comparison to the other groups).

eg if you had 300 girls and 100 boys (ratio 3:1, as for every boy there are three girls, so you need to take 3 girl samples for every boy sample) and wanted to take 40 samples, you'd take 30 girls and 10 boys at random. You can do the same thing with age groups (eg. if you had 1000 five year olds, 2000 six year olds and 3000 seven year olds (ratio 1:2:3) and wanted to take 60 samples, you'd take 10 five year olds, 20 six year olds and 30 seven years olds) and so on....
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Fish that film was so poor par the acting! and romeo and juliet is best seen on the stage
Any Shakespeare is best seen on stage, well at the RSC or somewhere where they do a good job of it.

But any film, no matter how crap, is better than reading the book. But we have to read the book.
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Stratified sampling is when you split a population (a large group) into two (or more) smaller groups and take a certain number of random samples for each group in relation to its relative size (in comparison to the other groups).

eg if you had 300 girls and 100 boys (ratio 3:1, as for every boy there are three girls, so you need to take 3 girl samples for every boy sample) and wanted to take 40 samples, you'd take 30 girls and 10 boys at random. You can do the same thing with age groups (eg. if you had 1000 five year olds, 2000 six year olds and 3000 seven year olds (ratio 1:2:3) and wanted to take 60 samples, you'd take 10 five year olds, 20 six year olds and 30 seven years olds) and so on....
i think i get it
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I think the newer vid of romeo and juilet is really god, i like it how its filmed in mordern times but spoken the way it was wrote.
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Any Shakespeare is best seen on stage, well at the RSC or somewhere where they do a good job of it.

But any film, no matter how crap, is better than reading the book. But we have to read the book.
I beg to differ, Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet by Baz Luhrmann is the best version of the play that i have seen or read...better than any stange perforemance... it really is Shakespear on the streets of a metropolis...Verona beach
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I beg to differ, Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet by Baz Luhrmann is the best version of the play that i have seen or read...better than any stange perforemance... it really is Shakespear on the streets of a metropolis...Verona beach
I agree with that, I had to watch the older version of Romeo and juilet was really boring compered to the Baz Luhmann one
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I think the newer vid of romeo and juilet is really god, i like it how its filmed in mordern times but spoken the way it was wrote.
The video is great, i had to write an essay about it in GCSE. Nearly everything symbolises something else, like the water represented their love etc. Are you doing the same thing?
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does anyone know any good websites for child development and is anyone doing Romeo and Juilet at school?
Bethany*
hiya i do child care and romeo and juliet @ skool, if you need any help just ask me adnt he othe rway round!!! hope you get on well wit your coyrswerok and everythin!!!
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