DEEP DIVE: How Imperialism Caused World War I…

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Imperialism, which is a policy of extending a country’s power and influence through diplomacy or military force, was a major contributing factor to European tensions leading up to the first world war because the effects of Imperialism caused European nations to compete for territory. Many nations gained influence at the expense of others, which ultimately […]

Beating Copyright: 5 Ways To Check For Plagiarism!

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Plagiarism is a huge issue on KidzNet, being the #1 reason why posts are rejected on the platform. If you’d like to learn about what plagiarism is, check out esie’s post on the subject. I think it’s really well-written and explains Plagiarism better than I could!  All that aside, let’s dive into ways you can […]

What’s the Difference between Duo and Duet in Music?

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Hello everyone! Again I need an answer from you. I am a student who is learning western music as my aesthetic subject. So now we are learning about Chamber Music and I was stuck with a question related to types of music. You all may know about the types – minuet, solo , duet , […]

Should Schools Have Exams?

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Aside from the debate about whether or not students should have school homework, another persistent matter has been discussed in the last few years: School Examinations. Examinations, mainly traditional or standardized tests, are commonly used to assess a students’ capabilities, knowledge, and level of intelligence. It’s a conventional system widely practiced in almost all schools […]

The Great Debate: Should Students Have Homework Or Not?

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Giving students school homework has been a controversial topic since the late 19th century. Even today, experts and parents often debate about its significance in education. Some people think of homework as a vital learning tool, while others consider it detrimental and something that can negatively affect the students’ academic performance and overall well-being.  So […]

Trains

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Trains are one of the most fascinating inventions ever. They are complex to build, but they are so cool. Here are some facts on trains. Trains have been around since 1804 when Englishman Richard Trevithick wanted something to get around with that was faster, so he built the first ever steam powered train Here is […]

4 Learning Styles

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Have you ever stared at a formula on the classroom wall and it looks like gibberish written in a foreign language? Have you ever been in class and for some reason all you hear is the teacher’s voice from the Charlie Brown movies? Never fear, these things do not mean something is wrong with your […]

George Washington

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George Washington was born on February 22nd, 1732, in Westmoreland country, Virginia, and died on December 14th, 1799 in Mount Vernon, Virginia. He was the first president of the U.S in April 30th,1789. Time line: Born in Westmoreland, country, Virginia  (February 22, 1732) Father died (April 12,1743) Joined Lord Fairfax to survey Shenandoah Valley (1748) […]