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Leisure activities doc

Leisure activities doc
... SOME LEISURE ACTIVITIES Do you want to play sports or just watch them? What’s your favorite sport? How often ... Waterskiing Yoga Taichi Speaking task Which aforementioned activities interest you most? Why? Give some positive and negative effects of the activities you choose HEALTHY LIFESTYLE I’m going to walk...
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leisure activities, festivals and holidays

leisure activities, festivals and holidays
... public holidays in the United Kingdom, when banks and many other businesses are closed for the day  The expected dates of bank and public holidays in England, Wales , Scotland and Northern Ireland ... (11th) St Andrew's D ay (30th) Advent December Advent Christmas (25th) Boxing Day (26th) 1)Bank holidays British bank holidays are public holidays and have been recognised since 1871  Bank holidays ... scouts and guides throughout England parade through high streets and attend a special St George's Day service at their local church 7) St Andrew's Day ( The national day of Scotland St Andrews...
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The use of discussion activities to enhance the first-year students’ motivation and speaking performance A Study at Viet-Hung Industrial University

The use of discussion activities to enhance the first-year students’ motivation and speaking performance A Study at Viet-Hung Industrial University
... these above reasons, the researcher has decided to conduct the study of The use of discussion activities to enhance the first-year students’ motivation and speaking performance: A Study at Viet-Hung ... that the thesis entitled THE USE OF DISCUSSION ACTIVITIES TO ENHANCE THE FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION AND SPEAKING PERFORMANCE: A STUDY AT VIET-HUNG INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY Is the result of my ... questionnaire to the teachers and students at VIU and qualitative data were collected via the classroom observations Williams, C (2011:70) assert that “Quantitative and qualitative research methods...
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When the Discussion Gets Stalled or Heated

When the Discussion Gets Stalled or Heated
... Keep power in your pocket (e.g. attorney, credible reference) Keep the door open Conflict as a Choice Point  Explore whether conflict is a signal for  a change  View the disagreement as a choice  point and explore options for moving  ... Dismissive – interrupting, talking over, ignoring  {men engage more frequently than women} • Exclusionary – leaving someone out of the meeting, discussion or social gathering • Undermining – going behind the back of others or using insults to discredit arguments ... Making additional small requests after an  agreement has been made  Feigning the scarcity of an item Ulterior Motive Deception  Lying  Creating impression others will think poorly of them in order to  gain compliance  Threatening someone with power you don’t possess...
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