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Common errors in the use of the definite article the made by the students in grade 11 at yen lac high school

Common errors in the use of the definite article  the made by the students in grade 11 at yen lac high school
... Errors in the use of the definite article "the" and the indefinite article “a” 2) Errors in the use of the definite article "the" and the indefinite article “an” 3) Errors in the use of the definite ... in grade 11 at Yen Lac High School in the academic year of 2012/2013 3) To find out the causes of the errors in the use of the definite article "the" made by the students in grade 11 at Yen Lac ... English at Yen Lac High School in the academic year of 2012/2013? 3) What are the causes of the errors in the use of the definite article the made by the students in grade 11 at Yen Lac High School...
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A study of students’ attitude towards the use of the sitcom “Friends” in ESL classroom

A study of students’ attitude towards the use of the sitcom “Friends” in ESL classroom
... 2 The importance of using sitcoms as an ELT tool It goes without saying that a sitcom is a valuable and motivative source of authentic English language which can be exploited in English language ... skills as they will be able to hear a variety of different accents + Conversational skill => Research by Kaplan International Colleges revealed that watching the popular sitcoms assists the largest ... to want to travel to the USA to study the language II Aim and Objectives Aim The aim of this study is to examine to superiority of the sitcom “Friends” Objectives - To evaluate students’ attitude...
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61081 use of the definite article

61081 use of the definite article
... Dee 16 the Atlantic Ocean 17 the violin 21 _ scuba diving 22 _ Charlie Chaplin 23 the moon 24 the drums 25 the world 26 _Switzerland 27 _ Thailand 28 The Americans 29 The United ... 1 basketball the Pacific Ocean the piano daddy the Russians Mickey Mouse cousin English the sun 10 the poor people 11 _swimming 12 _Superman ... 29 The United States 30 The Millers 31 _Bella (dog) 32 _Whiskers (cat) 33 _Berlin 34 The Himalayas 35 The Philippines 36 The Danube River 37 _Sophia 38 the Japanese people 39 ...
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Tips for Teaching Conversation in the Multilingual ESL Classroom

Tips for Teaching Conversation in the Multilingual ESL Classroom
... that in today's global society, the chances are that they will find themselves conversing, doing business, or otherwise interacting in English with other non-native speakers Have Fun • One of the ... listening, not just to the video or to native speakers, but to each other as well For those students who think it is pointless or even detrimental to listen to other non-native speakers, remind them ... cognate for one linguistic group follow it up with one for another group This will help teach the students to be patient with each other's linguistic limitations, as they learn that while the problems...
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EFFECTIVE VOCABULARY TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR THE ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES ESL CLASSROOM

EFFECTIVE VOCABULARY TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR THE ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES ESL CLASSROOM
... EFFECTIVE VOCABULARY TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR THE ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES ESL CLASSROOM Joseph Mukoroli Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Arts in Teaching ... process The author of this thesis focuses on effective vocabulary teaching strategies in the English for Academic Purposes ESL classroom Drawing on findings obtained from observing three English for ... to the enormous and alarming gap between the acquisition of basic conversation English and academic English, it is therefore important for teachers in the English for Academic Purposes ESL classroom...
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PERCEPTION OF TEACHERSON THE INTEGRATION OF ICT IN THE ESL CLASSROOM IN SELECTED SCHOOLS IN SHAH ALAM

PERCEPTION OF TEACHERSON THE INTEGRATION  OF ICT IN THE ESL CLASSROOM IN SELECTED  SCHOOLS IN SHAH ALAM
... available in the schools 2) To investigate whether ICT is being integrated into the ESL classroom 3) To investigate whether ICT helps the teaching and learning process in ESL classroom 4) To investigate ... UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA SHAH ALAM 2007 PERCEPTION OF TEACHERS ON THE INTEGRATION OF ICT IN THE ESL CLASSROOM IN SELECTED SCHOOLS IN SHAH ALAM SITI MAIZURAH MANSOR LATIHAN ILMIAH INI TELAH DIKEMUKAKAN ... PERCEPTION OF TEACHERS ON THE INTEGRATION OF ICT IN THE ESL CLASSROOM IN SELECTED SCHOOLS IN SHAH ALAM SITI MAIZURAH MANSOR 2002330735 FACULTY OF EDUCATION UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA SHAH ALAM...
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Real Audio to Augment Real Listening in the ESL Classroom

Real Audio to Augment Real Listening in the ESL Classroom
... would like to suggest some possible uses of RA in the ESL Classroom Real Audio in the Classroom The first step in using Real Audio is to download a free version or purchase RA at http://www .real. com/products/player/get.html ... interests them Listening to sound clips over and over again Listening to a variety of voices which strengthens listening ability Being encouraged to become more independent learners Listening to spontaneous ... students the topic of Martin Luther King Jr and some questions to answer At AudioNet there is an audio book on the life of Martin Luther King Jr Students can listen to this book, collect information...
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Motivation in the ESL Classroom

Motivation in the ESL Classroom
... reward or credit for their efforts, and no feedback is given to the student, then most students' intrinsic motivation would begin to decrease Becoming Intrinsically Motivated There are many ways ... of improving the intrinsic motivation of your students is to be a caring teacher Although guidelines and rules must be set and understood by the students, and if they cross the guidelines a punishment ... all The lessons must be very simple, yet fun and interesting, with a lot of changes from a writing exercise, to a speaking, a listening, back to writing, and so on, all in the same class The...
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Doing Things with Sentences in the ESL Classroom

Doing Things with Sentences in the ESL Classroom
... possible combinations of words before they guess the whole sentence Begin in the Middle Write the middle word of the sentence on the board, and then give the class the two words that go one either side ... of it in the sentence The students' task is to decide which goes in front and which goes behind If they choose correctly, write the words in their places on either side, then give them the next ... October 2000.' The point is to make students think they are reading your mind, by finding the sentences so quickly, so pretend to be surprised when they are successful Sentence Fan Make the fan as...
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The Top Ten Rules for Writing Killer Cover Letters

The Top Ten Rules for Writing Killer Cover Letters
... The difference between Letters 2-3 and 2-4 is not in the wording The content of both letters is identical The difference is in the formatting Letter 2-4 employs many of the same techniques advertisers ... WRITING KILLER COVER LETTERS The two preceding letters provide concrete, visual examples of the 10 basic do’s and don’ts to follow in all your jobhunting correspondence DRESS (YOUR LETTERS) FOR SUCCESS ... read Letter 2-2, the following stronger version of the same letter, you’ll see the differences—and the improvements they make in the effectiveness of the letter LETTER 2-2: RESUME COVER LETTER SENT...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "Learning How to Conjugate the Romanian Verb. Rules for Regular and Partially Irregular Verbs" docx

Báo cáo khoa học:
... values for the parameters: n-gram size of and appending the terminator character Firstly, a terminator is appended to the end, yielding the string walk$ Subsequently, the string is broken into 1, and ... allows the classifier to identify and assign a different weight to the n-grams that overlap with the suffix of the string For example, consider the English infinitive to walk We will assume the following ... desf˘ ta” (to delight); a ˘ 16 alternation: a→a for all the forms except for the 1st and 2nd person plural; ”a p˘ rea” (to a seem); 17 alternation: d→z for the 2nd person singu˘ lar due to palatalization,...
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