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Helping ESL Learners to See Their Own Improvement

Helping ESL Learners to See Their Own Improvement
... Program to teach grammar to ESL/ EFL learners On the first day of class, I asked the students to write a one-page essay about themselves The following information was to be included in the essay: • Their ... themselves As the quarter slowly began to wind down, a few students complained that they failed to see any improvement in their grammar This time I made no attempt to convince them that it had improved; ... and relevant Their ability to correct their own mistakes, they said, made them aware of the progress that they had made in the quarter Conclusion Convincing ESL/ EFL students that their English...
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lesson plan 10-caried out by Tran Lan

lesson plan 10-caried out by Tran Lan
... 'harrow (v) : - a plot of land (n) ( point at the picture) - 'peasant (n) : a poor farmer - pump(v) : - trans'plant (v) (use words "plant" and "trans-" to explain) the transplanting - Ask sts to listen ... task by asking two sts to report - Listen and give remarks Key: + The events: people got on plane, plane took off, hostesses were just beginning to serve lunch when plane began to shake, plane ... Mr Lam's routines 12 Planning date: Teaching date Period 5: UNIT 1: A DAY IN THE LIFE OF LESSON 4: WRITING I Objectives: Knowledge: a General knowledge: - Writing about a hotel fire b Language:...
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Tài liệu The challenges facing community banks: In their own words docx

Tài liệu The challenges facing community banks: In their own words docx
... years can hedge against the risk that rates will rise (squeezing their profit margins by increasing the cost of their short-term deposit funding) by entering into fixed or floating rate swaps Similarly, ... from the community bankers that best reflect the challenges and issues facing the community banking sector A full summary of the results can be read in the Federal Reserve System’s (2002) Community ... understand the business strategies community banks are implementing to remain viable in a changing banking environment and to determine what community banks require from the payments system in order...
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In Their Own Language…Education for All pdf

In Their Own Language…Education for All pdf
... outweighed the incremental costs of establishing and maintaining schooling in local languages (production of learning materials, teacher training, etc.) In Mali, for instance, a World Bank study found ... reform to include (i) teacher training in active and effective teaching methods, (ii) a transfer to the second language in the early grades and (iii) changing examination policies and ensuring ... avoid internal conflict For example, upon independence, the Government of Eritrea committed to providing public education in all of its languages, in part to avoid internal disunity A more pressing...
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Báo cáo "On the stability of the distribution function of the composed random variables by their index random variable " pdf

Báo cáo
... Thanh, On the characterization of the distribution of the composed random variables and their stabilities Dotor thesis, Hanoi 2000 [2] Tran Kim Thanh, Nguyen Huu Bao, On the geometric composed variables ... Journal of Science, Mathematics - Physics 23 (2007) 70-75 71 Stability theorem Let us consider the r.v now: ν1 η1 = (3) ξk k=1 where ν1 has the distribution function A (x) with the generating function ... variables and the estimate of the stable degree of the Renyi’s characteristic theorem, Acta Mathemaica Vietnamica 21 (1996) 269 [3] C G Essen, Fourier analysis of distribution functions, Acta...
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BODY LANGUAGE How to read others’ thoughts by their gestures ppt

BODY LANGUAGE How to read others’ thoughts by their gestures ppt
... BODY LANGUAGE How to read others’ thoughts by their gestures ALLAN PEASE is the managing director of a management consultancy company based in ... writing BODY LANGUAGE Overcoming Common Problems BODY LANGUAGE How to read others’ thoughts by their gestures Allan Pease First published 1981 by Camel Publishing Company, Box 1612, North Sydney, ... difficult to fake body language for a long period of time but, as we shall discuss, it is good to learn and to use positive open gestures to communicate with others and to eliminate gestures that...
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Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 3 pot

Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 3 pot
... In some cases, their territory is magnified by up to ten times the normal size, so the driver feels that he has a claim to an area of to 10 metres in front of and behind his motor car When another ... continually touches people during a conversation is secretly disliked by everyone As a number of factors can affect the spatial distance a person takes in relation to others, it is wise to consider ... and honest or not is to look for palm displays Just as a dog will expose its throat to show submission or surrender to the victor, so the human animal uses his or her palms to display the same...
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Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 4 pps

Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 4 pps
... commonly used as a money expectancy gesture It is often used by sales people who rub their fingertips and thumb together and say to their customers ‘I can save you 40 per cent’, or the person who ... is to keep you at a distance and out of the initiator’s intimate zone It is also used by people brought up in country areas who have a larger intimate zone to protect their personal territory ... buyer rubs his palms together and says to the sales person, ‘Let’s see what you have to offer!’ it is a signal that the buyer is expecting to be shown something good and is likely to make a purchase...
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Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 5 pot

Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 5 pot
... who lied showed a greater frequency of hand -to- face gestures than those who told the truth to the patients This chapter looks at the variations in hand -to- face gestures and discusses how and when ... audience’s objections to be brought out into the open, giving you the opportunity to qualify your statements and to answer questions Nose Touching In essence, the nose touch gesture is a sophisticated, ... satisfied by a very deliberate rubbing or scratching action, as opposed to the light strokes of the nose touch gesture Like the mouth guard gesture, it can be used both by the speaker to disguise...
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Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 7 pps

Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 7 pps
... fist-clenched position to show quite clearly that nobody is permitted to pass where they stand PARTIAL ARM-CROSS BARRIERS The full arm-cross gesture is sometimes too obvious to use around others because ... substitute a subtler version - the partial arm cross, in which one arm swings across the body to hold or touch the other arm to form the barrier, as shown in Figure 75 The partial arm barrier is often ... ‘No’, it can become difficult to change his decision The ability to read body language allows you to see the negative decision before it is verbalised and gives you time to take an alternative course...
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Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 8 pptx

Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 8 pptx
... rise to the theory that this may be an inborn gesture The headshake, usually meaning ‘No’, is also claimed by some to be an inborn action; however, others have theorised that it is the first gesture ... jumping to conclusions The Foot Lock This gesture is almost exclusively used by women The top of one foot locks around the other leg to reinforce a defensive attitude and, when this gesture appears, ... position, which may make others misinterpret them; people may react toward these women with caution It is important to take female fashion trends into consideration, particularly how these may affect...
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Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 9 potx

Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 9 potx
... displaying another gesture (Figure 99 ) Critical evaluation gestures are often seen with the hands-on-hips pose Seated Readiness One of the most valuable gestures that a negotiator can learn to recognise ... 103) The arms take the readiness position and the hands serve as central indicators, highlighting the genital region Men use this gesture to stake their territory or to show other men that they ... pornographic films showing men and women in sexual positions are shown to men, their pupils can dilate to almost three times the normal size When the same films are shown to women their pupil dilation...
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Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 11 potx

Body language how to read others thoughts by their gesture part 11 potx
... better start talking Twelve Territorial and Ownership Gestures TERRITORIAL GESTURES People lean against other people or objects to show a territorial claim to that object or person Leaning can ... furnishings However, an easy way to intimidate someone is to lean against, sit upon or use their possessions without their permission In addition to the obvious abuses of another’s territory or possessions ... is one way that others tell us that they agree with us or like us It is also a way for us to tell others that we like them, by simply copying their gestures If an employer wishes to develop an...
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