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Prototype of the “new” Software metrics tool Gordana Rakić, Zoran Budimac.

and results. Future work References Related work Review of software metric tools available for usage –Based on testing Review of available literature –Based on research papers available development and product documentation Tools review Criteria –Platform dependency –Programming language dependency –Supported metrics –History of code storing facility –History of metrics storing facility Tools review (2) Table 1. Software metric tools review by criteria _________________________________________ [1 ] [1/


Technology-assisted learning: a longitudinal field study of knowledge category, learning effectiveness and satisfaction in language learning W. Hui,* P.J.-H.

define learning satisfaction as the perception of being able to achieve success and positive feelings about achieved outcomes. Literature review Previous research into learning satisfaction in/effectiveness. As suggested by Keller (1983), learning satisfaction relates directly to perceptions and feelings about learning effectiveness or outcomes. Therefore, we expect a/-assisted learning group face-to-face group Likewise, for grammar skills, the technology-assisted learning group performs better than the/


Grammar Translation Method Lecture 2. What is a Method? A particular procedure for accomplishing or approaching something, especially a systematic or.

Follow up classes agenda Translation Direct object rule memorization Practice of grammar rules Use of irregular verb forms and memorization of list of verbs Composition writing about students ambition Translation from Spanish to English Summary of Lecture 2 GTM Definition Purpose Proceeding Lecture 3 Review of previous lecture GTM Definition Purpose proceedings Principles of GTM (concept, theory, rules, regulations) Techniques of GTM (What is being taught, how it is being taught/


Literature Review & Referencing. The Literature Review Leeanne Romane, Computer Science Librarian University of Waterloo October 8, 2008.

relates to your work”. Language Center, Asian Institute of Technology How does writing a Literature Review help you? Expands your knowledge about the topic Improves Information Seeking skills Improves Critical Thinking skills A Literature Review should consist of : An overview of the subject, issue or theory under consideration, along with the objectives of the literature review Division of works under review/ [Numerical Citation] 1. R. Millan, "Art of Latin grammar" (Academic, New York, 1997), p. 23./


Operational Terms Prepared by Dr. Elva Cerda Pérez University of Texas/TSC Brownsville.

of difficulty of the children’s literature should be “just right” for the student’s reading ability. www.ala.org/alsc.awards.html Syntax The rules of sentence formation, composition of mental grammar. The rules of sentence formation, composition of mental grammar/Usually this occurs in closely related languages where a word is borrowed that resembles the native word but/REVIEW: This technique used in mainstream and bilingual classrooms previews the lesson for the LEP students to give them advanced prior knowledge about/


On a sheet of paper, respond to the following question in at least a paragraph. Where were you at this time last year? Describe yourself and how you have.

Elizabeth Double Entry Journal What you want to think about Truth/Lies Greed Envy Fear/Tolerance What you should write Questions How you relate Any connection What you can use I really like//of RRHS? How can music, movies, and literature bring about social change? Can you think about certain songs, movies, and books that have had an effect on society today? What are they? What effect have you seen? Explain your answer. April 23 Agenda Grammar Practice Primary Source Group Activity Slave Narratives Review/


On a sheet of paper, respond to the following question in at least a paragraph. Where were you at this time last year? Describe yourself and how you have.

Elizabeth Double Entry Journal What you want to think about Truth/Lies Greed Envy Fear/Tolerance What you should write Questions How you relate Any connection What you can use I really like//of RRHS? How can music, movies, and literature bring about social change? Can you think about certain songs, movies, and books that have had an effect on society today? What are they? What effect have you seen? Explain your answer. April 23 Agenda Grammar Practice Primary Source Group Activity Slave Narratives Review/


Essential Questions How does literature help us understand others and ourselves? How is writing a communication tool? How does literature reflect the human.

of Literature” Create a list of ideas presented in the article about what good readers do (cite text) and respond to the ideas presented (DEJ) HW review: See next slide M, 9/8/14 HOMEWORK HW review: Finish “The Teaching of Literature/ final draft Complete writing review chart ITP- Discuss AP Q1 and Q2 prompt guidelines HW: See website MLA/grammar issues to fix Paper / you are done, answer the discussion questions on the handout that relates to your pair work. Discuss Oedipus Rex Q3 prompts Discuss character,/


An Approach to Academic Writing By Dr Nora Jullok School of Bioprocess Engineering Universiti Malaysia Perlis.

STYLE - Academic or non-academic writing FLOW -establishing a clear connection of ideas PRESENTATION -number of errors; preposition; homophones, basic grammar errors Style Academic writers need: –To be sure that their communications / gathers information about a good and then carefully makes a purchase. This_______has recently been challenged, particularly because of the growing number of consumer choices. Have you ever experienced this? 5 minutes break Abstract Introduction Literature Review Materials and/


Presented by George McCloskey, Ph.D. Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine or 1 Cognition and Learning.

in Reading  Vocabulary (Pronunciation, Semantic Lexicons)  Conventions of Spoken Language (Grammar & Syntax)  General Information  Phonologic Awareness  /didn’t it? 94 Assessing Orthographic Processing Related to Reading Example of an assessment of nonverbal visual processing unrelated to reading: Rey /Fluency Instruction? 206 The NRP’s review of the research literature led to the following conclusions about FI: “An extensive review of the literature indicates that classroom practices that encourage/


INTERACTING WITH ARCHITECTS Solomon Marcus Simion Stoilow Institute of Mathematics Romanian Academy

assimilated with the activity of a machine, a generative grammar, an automaton permitting/of Architecture - at the Section of System Theory - at the Faculty of Mathematics - at the Faculty of Romanian Language and Literature and - at the Faculty of Foreign Languages of the University of Bucharest These led to the formation of several scientific schools For example, scientific schools such as: - that related to the field of the visual, we had just described - that of/reviewed by Solomon Marcus, pages 149-162, /


How to Write a Research Proposal for IRG Dr. Jamil Khader Dean of Research Professor of English.

your thesis and make the structure of your argument explicit.  Relate to the work of other scholars and critics throughout the analysis and discussion. Ultimate goal  To become explicit about one’s research methods and develop // relevant, but does not need special attention.  Methodology insufficient to address the hypothesis;  Improper review of literature; no critical context.  Poor statement of the hypothesis;  The hypothesis is clear, but the manuscript fails to address it;  Contradictions in/


THE BEST THING ABOUT THE FUTURE IS THAT IT COMES ONLY ONE DAY AT A TIME : OUR ROLES IN DEVELOPING 21ST-CENTURY DATA INFRASTRUCTURES Erin Stalberg Director.

grammar for encoding names of creators of archival materials and related information. XML Extensible Markup Language A metamarkup language: has no fixed tags or elements Strict grammar imposes structure designed to be read by machines Two levels of conformance: – well-formed--conforms to general grammar/ Plains -- History -- 20th century Reader reviews: Via Amazon | Via LibraryThingAmazonLibraryThing WHERE ARE WE NOW? … DEFINE NOW? … OR WHAT RDA TAUGHT NCSU ABOUT NEEDING A POST-MARC STANDARD NCSU Context /


Lit. review, Paraphrase, & Synopsis Kimburley Choi Kimburley Choi

about the discussion of arguments of others But, it does not mean that you only collect other people’s opinions and lose your voice! You read, you research & collect data to find the most interesting thing related to your research you then develop your thesis statement. 7. Methodology & research Lit. review, Paraphrase, & Synopsis Kimburley Choi 7. Methodology & research In the literature review/ write, please check grammar and spelling!!!! From free to organized writing Lit. review, Paraphrase, & Synopsis/


Language and legitimation: Disciplinary differences in constructing space for new knowledge. Pearling seminar October 22, 2010 Dr Susan Hood Faculty of.

of relations: the epistemic relation and the social relation. The epistemic relation is that between educational knowledge and its proclaimed object of study (that part of the world of which knowledge is claimed). What can be known and how? The social relation/of knowledge production in science and has drawn attention to the important role played by the scientific community, acting in the Literature, in coming to agreement about/or the form of the paper is not native or not current, reviewers think that ‘this/


Social Work MSWI Reading & Writing Workshop Thursday, September 3, 2009 Teiahsha Bankhead, PhD, LCSW Building on the work of Susan Eggman, PhD, MSW.

in the organization.  Clarity: syntax, grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Sentences and paragraphs are clear, unified, and coherent.  References in appropriate format (use of APA format). Problem Statement  What is the difficult situation, item, relationship or issue for which more knowledge is needed?  What do you know about it?  How can we know more?  Provide a roadmap to your literature review Narrowing your research topic… Sharpen/


Module 1 Workshop 2.

pedagogy ; the formation and shaping of identity; the impact it has The construction of schooling is the problem of communication and relating to self, other, world , expression being They Don’t Give a FUNK about us Denied participation in the higher things of life, the “educated” Negro /awoke in me a desire to learn more or question or explore the worlds of literature, science, and history. All they did was try to rob me of the sense of my own uniqueness and worth, and in the process they nearly killed my /


The Walden Form and Style Review

the top two steps.  URR approves for Form and Style review  Chair approves for URR review; TII report, consensus rubric, & committee-approved document sent to URR Process-Related Help The Office of Student Research Support oversees and tracks the approval process. Questions about PhD process: research@waldenu.edu Questions EdD process: doctoralstudy@waldenu.edu Questions about DBA process: dba.doctstudy@waldenu.edu Degree-specific documents, rubrics/


‘ Authorship Skills’ Web-Bibliography. Table of Contents  Contains annotated links to WWW based/ full-text information:  Multiple Topic Sites  Footnotes.

Handbook contains guidelines about:  Stages of the writing process  Common types of writing assignments  Grammar and punctuation  Improving your writing skills  Citing references in your paper  While not necessarily geared toward scientific writing, the material is quite useful  writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/ writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/ Writing for Publication in Veterinary Medicine  Online guide from Wiley-Blackwell  Covers a review of good science, types of articles, selecting/


"The abusive ad hominem is not just a case of directing abusive language toward another person.... The fallacy is committed when one engages in a personal.

as inappropriate.“ (Martha Kolln, Rhetorical Grammar. Allyn and Bacon, 1999) "One of our defects as a nation is /to speak about another author. In effect, his entire speech is an attempt to increase the respectability of the ethos of literature, largely / no need to enact social change." (Dan French, review of The Daily Show, 2001) Irony/ironic – The contrast/ Macmillan, 2007) The number of ideas in loose sentences is easily increased by adding phrases and clauses, related either to the main constructions /


Let people at home know you will need their help and about an hour of their time to review courses you are considering.

Let people at home know you will need their help and about an hour of their time to review courses you are considering. Registration Goals Identify registration activities test results, recommendations, /advanced reading and writing skills. The student will study grammar and usage extensively as it relates to writing and speaking. Composition assignments will include paragraph development and essay writing. The other semester is a literature program designed for the academically superior student who has/


ADVT Assessment. Coinbox exercise An apology I am really sorry about the bug in the feedback web pages Inexcusable Your feedback is most valuable.

your literature review Finding your evidence Choosing a topic One key to success is – What are you going to research? …but in the context of this assessment must be related to one or more of the classes must have a significant literature must be of the /…’ Make sure you know the meaning of complex words you use ( e.g. sequencing attribute grammar) Avoid colloquial/culturally specific expressions e.g. ‘training wheels interfaces …’ Chris had no idea what this meant Think about your reader(s)! You need to /


2011 MBBS Honours Literature Review Structure and Content Year 3 Honours Workshop 3C A/Prof Di Eley MBBS Research Coordinator Based on presentations by.

research Announce principle findings Indicate structure of the paper Learning Assistance Centre, The University of Sydney, 1997 Developing a structure – some ideas Put all related articles together e.g., in piles on the floor if need be Discuss why these piles go together Sort and re-sort as explanations become clearer These piles will become sections of the literature review Create sub-piles within piles These/


On a sheet of paper, respond to the following question in at least a paragraph. Where were you at this time last year? Describe yourself and how you have.

establish setting and give background Medieval literature – ballads, romances, allegories, and/ Agenda Grammar Diagnostic Review Pilgrim / production that will take about a minute or two/of these characters On the back, write a short explanation of what you included and why Review your vocab words. Quiz begins in 5 minutes. April 4 Agenda Vocab Quiz Finish Open Mind Organizer Researching topics related to Frankenstein Creating presentation of material Research Topics The Life of Mary Shelley The Advent of/


On a sheet of paper, respond to the following question in at least a paragraph. Where were you at this time last year? Describe yourself and how you have.

Elizabeth Double Entry Journal What you want to think about Truth/Lies Greed Envy Fear/Tolerance What you should write Questions How you relate Any connection What you can use I really like//of RRHS? How can music, movies, and literature bring about social change? Can you think about certain songs, movies, and books that have had an effect on society today? What are they? What effect have you seen? Explain your answer. April 23 Agenda Grammar Practice Primary Source Group Activity Slave Narratives Review/


2011 壽山高中 1 Creating an English Environment Hui-Ling Lang 郎慧玲 (Ph.D.) Department of Applied English Ming Chuan University

or review vocabulary. 2011 壽山高中 11 English Corner (4) What kinds of corners/any inconvenience. (formal) Im sorry about cancelling. (informal) Asking for /world 多麼美好的世界啊 Yes, I think to myself 我心中想著 What (How, What) a wonderful world 多麼美好的世界啊 Grammar Tips: see / watch / hear + O + V / Ving I see birds fly/Relate the work itself with your life experience or connect the work with other pieces of literature 2011 壽山高中 54 Literature circle (3) Demonstration of students ’ work –F:Tess of Duberville.pptF:Tess of/


Am Lit review. 125 Question breakdown Literature 17 – matching author and short story, content MC 15 FtoA – character matching and content MC 22 Crucible.

, Not only… but also, whether… or Subordinating: Is dependant on the rest of the sentence EX: While, If, Because, Until, Since Grammar Prepositions word that relates the noun or pronoun that appears with it to another word in the sentence End with an Object of the Preposition (noun or pronoun) Aboard About Above Across After Among Before Beside By Despite Down During Except For From/


Writing a Paper Research Methods and Data College of Advancing Studies Brendan Rapple.

review of all relevant material; others might limit the survey to recently published material, e.g., the last five years. Are you focusing on methodological approaches; on theoretical issues; on qualitative or quantitative research? Scope of the Paper Will you need to broaden your search to seek literature in related fields or disciplines? Clearly, deciding length will be important. About/at the same time every day. Dont worry too much about style, grammar, and vocabulary in the first draft. Dont waste time /


Home Phonics Resources: Short O Phonics Resources: Plurals Comprehension Resources: Character and Setting Grammar Resources: Action Parts of Sentences.

help in present times? Home powerful enormous Home Shared Literature How did Paul’s pet ox help him work? Home Review Phonics Short i and Final x Click the link /Grammar What is a sentence? How does a written sentence always begin? How do many written sentences end? Click here to take the Sentence Quiz Home Day 5 Morning Warm-Up! This week we read about animal friends. Cats like to cuddle, jump, and run. Faithful dogs fetch and heel. How do responsible owners take care of their pets? Home Shared Literature/


WEEK ONE. MONDAY Oct. 13. 2014 EQ: How has ancient Chinese literature shaped the poetry/short stories we have in our own country today? CCSS: RL.9-10.1RL.9-10.1.

about 11.Metropolis- (n.) A chief city, either the capital or the largest or most important city of /of Cinder (pg. 97-115) Answer questions of chapter 11-12 of Cinder Homework: Standard 5 word castles Honors: 10 words review EQ: What are the four major types of conflict we see in literature; what is an example of/adj.) Still existing 9. Implicate- (v.) To be related to; To involve in 10. Inter- (v.) /review game.  (finish end of chp. 19) Cinder Chp. 20-22  Go over Cinder questions through Chp. 22  Grammar/


The Hunger Games Go to Slide #33. 2 February 2015 Learning Target:  I can analyze elements of literature by reading The Hunger Games and completing characterization.

can conduct research to learn about the background of survival literature and stories by conducting internet /of slides are used. Mechanics No spelling or grammar errors. The text is in the authors’ own words. Minor spelling or grammar errors. The text is in the authors’ own words. Some spelling or grammar/ week) – Part 3 Quiz on Monday Agenda:  Kahoot Review  Paragraph Sharing  Paragraph Revising Paragraph Sharing  In your/relate to the thesis (argument), have a quotes from /


Proofreading Week 12 (12/24/2009) Peiling Hsia. Contents: Proofreading guideline Common errors of writing a paper Review of manuscript.

you can, underline the first few words of every clause. Read your underlined words. Is there a consistent series of related topics? Will your reader see these connections among/grammar, punctuation, or spelling? If you think something is wrong, you should make a note of it, even if you dont know how to fix it. You can always talk to a Writing Lab tutor about how to correct errors. 6. Switch from Writer-Centered to Reader-Centered Try to detach yourself from what youve written; pretend that you are reviewing/


On a sheet of paper, respond to the following question in at least a paragraph. Where were you at this time last year? Describe yourself and how you have.

establish setting and give background Medieval literature – ballads, romances, allegories, and/ Agenda Grammar Diagnostic Review Pilgrim / production that will take about a minute or two/of these characters On the back, write a short explanation of what you included and why Review your vocab words. Quiz begins in 5 minutes. April 4 Agenda Vocab Quiz Finish Open Mind Organizer Researching topics related to Frankenstein Creating presentation of material Research Topics The Life of Mary Shelley The Advent of/


Hook, Housekeeping & Homework Monday Which one of the following is a lie about……? “Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged.

usage, grammar, & spelling. Few or none of the conventions related to capitalizing & punctuating the title of the work & supplying evidence from the work are followed. Hook, Housekeeping & Homework Wednesday Which one of the following is a lie about……? “Truth/ and canonized as precursors of 20th-century feminist literature and ideology. The Story of an Hour, tells the tale of a woman who finds liberation when she receives the news of her husbands unexpected death. Review vocabulary (see next slide/


‘ Authorship Skills’ Web-Bibliography. Table of Contents  Contains annotated links to WWW based/ full-text information:  Multiple Topic Sites  Footnotes.

Handbook contains guidelines about:  Stages of the writing process  Common types of writing assignments  Grammar and punctuation  Improving your writing skills  Citing references in your paper  While not necessarily geared toward scientific writing, the material is quite useful  writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/ writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/ Writing for Publication in Veterinary Medicine  Online guide from Wiley-Blackwell  Covers a review of good science, types of articles, selecting/


Supervising Candidates on the Transition to DSM 5: Changes and Ethical Concerns Philip R. Budd, Psy.D. Director of Behavioral Health St. Anthony Family.

of the various Work Groups. They believe that the scientific process is supported by the literature reviews/ include the domains of vocabulary; grammar; narrative, expository /about and suspicious of the presence of an undiagnosed, serious medical illness. In our proposal for DSM 5, the former subgroup of patients would be subsumed under the new diagnosis of Somatic Symptom Disorder (SSD), while the latter subgroup would now be subsumed under the proposed Illness Anxiety Disorder (IAD). IAD is closely related/


How to Write a PARC Research Pre-Proposal Dr. Jamil Khader Dean of Research Professor of English.

. Questions to answer:  What is the state of the literature or science on this problem? What are the debates in the field about the topic under consideration? Are there gaps in the literature? Synthesize current literature (within the past 5 years) Successful Lit rev  Demonstrates your knowledge of the research problem and your understanding of the theoretical and research issues related to your research question.  Maintains focus, unity/


1 Writing a research article Discourse Community An example of a discourse community is pharmacologists. They fulfill the requirements of the definition.

grammar exercises from a book. 3 Writing a research article An experimental article (EA) is a genre that demonstrates the developmental stages of documenting a scientific experiment. It usually has a fixed format and includes a number of subsections such as introduction, literature review/piece of equipment need to be improved? (Rationale) 3. What is it we do not know about? / has compared the structure of related genres, …. Very little research has compared the structure of related genres, …. Over the/


ENGLISH Honors 10 th GRADE with Ms. Shingara. About Ms. Shingara BA in English : Single Subject Teacher Preparation, Sonoma State University ◦ Literature.

a Professor – Thomas C. Foster ◦ Elements of Literature and Language of Literature by Holt (textbooks to be provided in class) Requirements Classroom RequirementsHome Requirements One subject notebook – college ruled – for journals, quickwrites, and notes A divided section in their binder (may share with another class) for: Reading, Writing, Grammar, Vocabulary, Misc. Several colored pens and highlighters Unit text/novel OR Book Notecards Participation in classroom/


LTP300T UNIT 1.4 STRUCTURE OF ACADEMIC TEXTS: RESEARCH REPORTS MR. T. MOKUKE AND DR. C. SMITH.

grammar checker Read extensively and entrench good word choices so that these will come naturally Build on a flair for good language use INTRODUCTION/CONT Developing the idea for the report and the motivation for the study: Commence by contextualising the study Relate how you came about/ The literature review contains the opinions and postulates of seasoned researchers to back the argument and the approach to the problem The literature covered is demarcated Key concepts are defined The literature should /


Marcin Dembowski How to get published with internationl journals – publisher point of view. St Petersburg March 2014.

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‘ Authorship Skills’ Web-Bibliography. Table of Contents  Contains annotated links to WWW based/ full-text information:  Multiple Topic Sites  Footnotes.

Handbook contains guidelines about:  Stages of the writing process  Common types of writing assignments  Grammar and punctuation  Improving your writing skills  Citing references in your paper  While not necessarily geared toward scientific writing, the material is quite useful  writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/ writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/ Writing for Publication in Veterinary Medicine  Online guide from Wiley-Blackwell  Covers a review of good science, types of articles, selecting/


Writing for Music: An Academic Resource for the Successful Completion of Graduate Assignments Prepared by Kimberly Greene, Writing Center Consultant (currently.

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Writing for Music: An Academic Resource for the Successful Completion of Graduate Assignments Prepared by Kimberly Greene, Ph. D. candidate in Musicology.

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PhD Proposal Presentation Title : Documentation and Grammatical Description of Komo Candidate: Tesfaye Negash Supervisors: Dr. Wondwosen Tesfaye Dr. Anne-Christie.

grammar of the language. Tesfayes PhD proposal presentation 3 Review of Related Literature  The materials available in Komo language are:  very little if not nil.  Some of these works are sketchy,  some of them are reports written on the sociolinguistic situation of the language and  some of them are simple collection of/  About 20 hours of audio and video recordings of texts which cover extensive range of language genres will be collected  About one hour of representatives of each of these recorded/


Publishing Your First Three Academic Papers in the Sciences Steve Miles, MD University of Minnesota.

. II: The Literature Search The Foundation: Your Literature Search. Your arguments about the newness of your findings and soundness of methodology rest on your lit search. Search the topic very carefully with Medline, web, news and citation tracking, etc. Search reviews on your method:/ 13 or less. Gettysburg Address is 69 and 9.1 Law school tenure policy 23, 16.6 Use the Grammar Checker on each section of your paper in addition to the whole paper. Writing Tips Average sentence: < 15 - 17 words. Paragraph: /


THE IMPACT OF CROSS- CULTURAL SOJOURN ON LANGUAGE TEACHERS Betil ERÖZ-TUĞA Middle East Technical University, Ankara Nurhan TÜTÜNCÜ TOBB University of Economics.

for that you should know the grammar rules...sub-skills are also important. (Hülya, Interview, 25 July, 2013) it is not only about language skills. can that person take into consideration of differences like not saying something that / the connectors. Neither the sample sentences nor the topics were chosen from any culture-related aspects. Discussion  As it was stated in the literature review, the objectives of exchange programs are to gain personal maturity and independence, to have a cultural insight /


For Next Week: Review Pronunciation: /s/ /  / /z/ /∆/ /v/ /f/ /w/ /r/ /l/ Grammar Focus, page 35, Parts A and B ONLY. Grammar Focus, page 37, Part A ONLY.

to understand or relate to other cultures/types of people? What happens when we do?  What are some stereotypes you have about different cultures? Americans/? Indians? Africans?  What are some Chinese stereotypes? How does this make you feel when people pre-judge you and your culture?  How can we be more tolerant/understanding of other cultures?  Do you think this is important? Why? For Next Week:  Review Pronunciation: /s/ /  / /z/ /∆/ /v/ /f/ /w/ /r/ /l/  Grammar/


LANGUAGE CHANGE AND VARIATION IN ENGLISH (Chapter 1, pp )

literature writers), and will be gradually elaborated and codified in grammars, dictionaries and style books From general to expert knowledge SOME CONCEPTS AND TERMS: Synchrony/diachrony, sociolinguistics, social variables (related to users and to the context of situation), historical linguistics, history of/approve of the multilingual policy of the European Community (two foreign languages beyond the mother tongue for the European citizen even though this choice is very expensive)? Examples of review /


APPROACH, METHOD AND TECHNIQUE

The Term of Technique Practice, behavior, exercise, strategy  the varying degrees of intensity of technique. The Term of Technique Technique The language teaching literature generally accepted /related item. Taxonomy of language-teaching Techniques (adapted from Crookes & Chaudron,1991 pp.52-54) Controlled Techniques Recognition: student identifying forms, as in identification (i.e., checking off items, drawing symbols, rearranging pictures), but without a verbal responses. Review: Teacher-led review of/


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