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Kantian Moral Theory
Kantian Moral Theory
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... Head: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF KANT'S MORAL THEORY Kantian Ethics: A Comparative Analysis of Kant's Moral Theory (Institution's Name) Kantian Ethics: A Comparative Analysis of Kant's Moral Theory Introduction This essay deals with the identification of any possible element of Kant's work in moral philosophy which can be used as a substantial theoretical source for the support of other theories of justification. Thus, it is necessary to compare Kant's views about moral judgements with each of the theorists discussed below, and identify the similarities and differences each theory have in light of Kant's. This paper will focus on the strategies used for justifying moral theories, as this is ...
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I work for a federal agency where many of us are of different ethnicities. My background is Filipino, and recently many more Filipinos have been hired. Many are comfortable speaking our language in the workplace. Often they speak Tagalog to me. Without co
I work for a federal agency where many of us are of different ethnicities. My background is Filipino, and recently many more Filipinos have been hired. Many are comfortable speaking our language in the workplace. Often they speak Tagalog to me. Without co
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... Language issues at work Language discrimination has been an issue in American workplace for some time now. But this discrimination arises from the policy where employees are required to speak English at all times. The courts have actually struck down this policy because it violates Title VII of the Civil rights Act. It was now be a complete 360 degree turnaround if courts are expected to restore the original policy because communicate in one’s native language is considered unprofessional by some. But there are always two sides of any debate and hence let us see how we can argue for either position. Should the management do something like have an English-only policy? Or should management do...
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My Account of Second Language Learning
My Account of Second Language Learning
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... Account of Second Language Learning Introduction I began to learn English at the intermediate grade as a beginner, studying for one hour per day for three years, following my six years of study without English in primary school. Spelling and writing were the two major skills emphasized by my Egyptian teacher during our class sessions which would normally have more than forty students. English alphabets were the first to study before advancement to simple words. The need to excel prompted me to memorise a lot of English words and their rightful spellings. I advanced to three years of high level English in secondary school studying for an hour every day. Here, the inability of my teacher, a Bangladeshi...
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Language and Communication for Science
Language and Communication for Science
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... and communication for science Introduction Language plays a key contribution to the development and modernization of the entire world. This emanates from the use of information expressed in a given language to advance the scientific research, leading to development of knowledge. Such knowledge allows scientists to innovate technological systems that promote the advancement of the world. English serves as the prime language in the field of research. Consequent to this, nations that do not speak English are compelled to formulate policies that ensure they access the scientific knowledge. More to these, the ability to store scientific information, and retrieve it using minimum resources promotes the...
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Franzens metaphorical language
Franzen's metaphorical language
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... Franzen's Metaphorical Language Franzen’s use of metaphorical language helps his argument about the lack of privacy nowadays, especially because of the way of how he is so explicit about it. He has used much rhetoric throughout the passage which easily shows the reader Franzen’s feelings and thoughts about privacy or the lack thereof. Privacy is said to be “espoused as the most fundamental of rights, marketed as the most desirable of commodities, and produced dead twice a week”. By using metaphors, Franzen tries to get the topic familiar to the readers’ minds. He turns it in simple language so the readers understand what he is talking about, so that they feel that they have experienced it too, and...
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Literature Review on Culture in Public and Private Preschools
Literature Review on Culture in Public and Private Preschools
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... Literature Review on Culture in Public and Private Preschools Lecturer: Literature Review on Culture in Public andPrivate Preschools The concept of organization culture has evolved overtime and it has become commonly applied in varied organisations including learning institutions, business entities and many other organisations. Organization culture is defined as human behaviors and it is an asset of shared values, norms, beliefs, vision and symbols that contributes to better organisation performance (Senior and Swailes, 2010). This concept may affect the way community or groups of people interact; thus, culture is highly taken into consideration in any organisation to avoid creating organizational...
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Private Property
Private Property
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... Man has Property in his Own Person Introduction The focus of this paper is to discuss the theory of John Locke on private property and his ment that "Every man has property in his own person." This is going to be a very straightforward discussion; however, the concern of this paper is on evaluating Locke's theory, so the focus of interest is rather wider. Locke's theory of property has two characteristic elements. The first element consists in a need to divorce the legitimacy of appropriation from the requirement that everyone consent to it, together with an ingenious device for doing so, the stipulation that appropriation not impair anyone's access to the materials needed to produce her subsistenc...
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English as a Foreign Language in the Saudi Schools
English as a Foreign Language in the Saudi Schools
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... English as a Foreign Language in the Saudi Schools Although it has been five years since the Saudi government imposed English as a compulsory subject in the elementary state schools curriculum, the resolution is still controversial. This paper aims to measure and discuss the attitudes of Saudi students studying in the city of Brighton, England towards the policy of teaching English as a foreign language in Saudi elementary state schools by eliciting their views. The study results showed that the Saudi students in Brighton have positive attitudes towards EFL in the elementary state schools. Also, it was found that there is no significant differe...
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The Differences Between Public and Private Accounting
The Differences Between Public and Private Accounting
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... Finance and Accounting 22 October The Differences between Public and Private Accounting Introduction Generally, accounting is very important to everyone, be it at home, school, work, or even in business. Everyone is expected to account for all the money he or she uses and show how the money is spent. In an organization, the manager is charged with the responsibility of seeing to it that the organization relies upon the accounting information provided to make appropriate decisions. Any donor who is willing to donate money to any enterprise should and always ask for the accounting documents of that particular enterprise. According to Eisen, accounting refers to the “art of organizing, maintaining,...
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Letter of Intent for Speech Language Pathology
Letter of Intent for Speech Language Pathology
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... December of Toronto Master’s Program Director Speech Language Pathology To the Graduate Selection Committee As a child I had difficulty in pronunciation of sounds like ‘s, z, th’ and many others words. I vividly remember the looks of people when they could not understand what I was saying and still hark back to the frustration I felt when I could not convey my words in the proper way. My parents were very upset but they did not just sit back and watch me suffer; instead they took me to a doctor who recommended speech therapy. The speech therapy sessions were pretty intense for me at first because I was still a child and felt pressurized by idea of not being able to talk properly. However my speech...
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Position Paper - Vygotsky
Position Paper - Vygotsky
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... Theory of Teaching as it applies to ESL and EFL What is the best way to learn? This is a question that has been asked throughout the ages since the concept of formal education first emerged. However, the answers have often been different based upon the individual theorist’s understanding of how the human mind works. One of the theorists significantly affecting the way in which we view education and learning is Lev Semenovich Vygotsky (1896-1934). He was a Russian psychologist interested in studying child development, eventually founding a new approach to education, today known as a ‘social constructivist’ approach. This concept is based on the idea that “cultural inheritance is carried in the...
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Berlitz: A Language Organization
Berlitz: A Language Organization
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... The Symbolic Frame Paper Berlitz: A Language Organization Juan Fabian Integrating General Studies Joanne Land-Kazlauskas The symbolic frame perspective as described by Bolman and Deal (2008), involves an overarching list of disciplines such as psychology, anthropology, organizational theory, sociology, and political science, to name a few. Of the broader array of disciplines Bolman and Deal have distilled five suppositions to gird the symbolic frame perspective. This perspective views the organization not as a logical progression, black or white, but rather, a blurry mix of colors on a piece of paper that can be interpreted differently by different individuals. This is one of the reasons...
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Language of Argument in the Real World
Language of Argument in the Real World
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... of Argument in the Real World ID Number & Total Number of Words: 330 A couple of weeks ago, I came across a news report suggesting that the U.S. healthcare reform in 2010 has not been successful in terms of promoting further development in the U.S. economy. In fact, this particular healthcare reform would only benefit a small group of individuals such as the large-scale health insurance companies like Aetna and Cigna at the expense of the general public and the private sectors (Grim, 2011; Dunham, 2010). Regardless of whether or not each person can receive an employer-sponsored healthcare plan, Galewitz (2010) mentioned that part of the U.S. healthcare reform in 2010 makes it mandatory for each ind...
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Language Acquisition Theories
Language Acquisition Theories
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... Acquisition Theories: Behaviorist vs. Linguistic Models Being the highest creatures on earth, human beings are endowed with the power oflanguage to verbally communicate with each other. It is a facility that enables each individual to bring out inner workings of his mind for others to respond to. The origins of language development in humans have been a subject of debate for many years now. Language acquisition of young children have been studied and analyzed by experts from various fields. Children say the funniest things without them being aware that they are amusing to adults. Their verbalizations have been narrated fondly, and its effect is similar to made-up jokes. JACK (age 3) was watch...
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Critical assessment of English international private law governing the care of children and child abduction
Critical assessment of English international private law governing the care of children and child abduction
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... P.S.Brahmanand ID 5283 Order # 133981 16 September 2006 Critical assessment of English international private law governing the care of children and child abduction Introduction: Children constitute the most important section of our society and providing them basic social and physical amenities is our fundamental duty. It is stated that "today's children are tomorrow's citizens". However they are the most neglected section as far as the positive response of society is concerned. The remarkable percentage of world population is shared by youth and children. It is estimated that the world population of youth and children (below the age of 25 years) accounts 3 billion (FN1). It varies from country to cou...
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Factors influencing students choice towards private universities
Factors influencing students' choice towards private universities
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... Influencing Choice towards Private Universities in Klang Valley, Malaysia: A Case Study of Korean Community Residing In Malaysia Table of Contents 1. Introduction 1 a. Rationale of the Study 2. Literature Review 2 a. Vitality of HEIs for Malaysian Economy 2 b. Previous Studies Conducted on Student Perception about HEIs 2 c. Why a Student Selects a Particular HEI - 3 Stages of HEIs Selection 2 d. How Do Students Compare the Various Alternatives? 2 e. What Are the Most Important Factors Influencing the Selection of a College among Korean Students 2 f. How Effective Is Marketing in Making a Student Choose a Foreign University? 2 g. How Much Their Parents or Sponsors Influence Them in Their Decision?...
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The Language of Reality
The Language of Reality
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... Taylor, January 20th, 2006, 'It's not what we say, but how we say it'. 'No one means all he says, and yet very few say all they mean, forwords are slippery and thought is viscous." - Henry Brooks Adams. (1907). The Language of Reality Beyond elementary semantic structures numerous sub-layers of meaning and communication exist to both enrich and complicate the way in which we interact and express our ideas and emotions. It is not what we say, but how we say it. The world of artificial intelligence and its struggle to embrace the complexities of everyday communication shows just how interdependent language, external cul...
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Public face, private face
Public face, private face
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... of the of the Concerned June 22, Topic Public Face, Private Face Alteration of faces to seek desirable goals and objectives is a ubiquitous human practice. This strategy is primarily resorted to, to accomplish the coveted instrumental goals that are the communication objectives that are aimed at making others behave in a manner that is desired and sought after (Adler & Proctor, 2009, p. 9). Though the idea of adopting a premeditated persona in interpersonal communication may seemingly sound to be very shrewd and to some extent insincere, the reality is that everybody does this and most of the times at a subconscious level, without give a serious thought, unless the individual is communicating in an...
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PUBLIC/PRIVATE DIVIDE/STANDING IN JUDICIAL REVIEW
PUBLIC/PRIVATE DIVIDE/STANDING IN JUDICIAL REVIEW
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... Public/Private Divide/Standing In Judicial Review The citizen when seeking to challenge the powers of the is fundamental principles in the process of judicial review. The essence of judicial review is that an 'inferior body' (other expressions employed include subordinate body; administrative body, or administrative agency) has acted outside the scope of its power. The expressions used are: 'intra vires'- within its powers; and 'ultra vires'- beyond its power. Here the decision made by Architectural Academy would be amenable to claims for judicial review or not. And whether Julia, Arif and the Student Bursaries Foundation would have standing to bring a claim for judicial review. Sources of power,...
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English-language learning experience
English-language learning experience
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... learning experience This essay examines my personal English-language learning experience at Iwaki Koukou Junior High School in Naruto, Japan and through an examination of communicative competence in a number of related research articles, offers a modified lesson for more effective language education at the school. An examination of my experience at Iwaki Koukou is contained (2.1), along with a prototypical daily English lesson within the school (2.2). The article then examines various research reports in the study of communicative competence theory (3.1) and applies their essential principals to modify the lesson plan previously discussed (3.2). I began formal English-language instruction upon...
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Response to a Rodriguez Essay
Response to a Rodriguez Essay
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... “Aria”, the has talked about his childhood experiences that had given him two distinct identities. He has a ‘private’ personality that bonds him closely with his family and culture. The second personality, which he called as public society, referred to the people and places outside his home. The writer has explicitly expressed his feelings of unease and a sense of being an outsider when he is outside his home but those feelings are immediately transformed into a sense of belonging and love whenever he enters his home and hears the familiar Spanish language that they converse in, when at home. The language barrier has been shown as the major drawback into assimilation processes that an immigrant...
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Gender and Language
Gender and Language
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... Gender and Language Gender and Language Gender and language is a social linguistic and applied languages study that seeks to analyze the way people of different genders communicate. It looks into the speech of men and women and how social norms result into these differences in communication. Genderlect refers to a variety of speech from a particular gender. There are many myths about how different genders communicate and the approach they take in conversations. For example, there is a popular idea that women talk more men and tend to use linguistic forms that reflect and reinforce a subordinate role in the communication. On the other hand, men are believed to talk less, but tend to be dominant in...
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Language and News discourse of Turkish Radio and Television(TRT)
Language and News discourse of Turkish Radio and Television(TRT)
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... Language and News Dis of Turkish Radyo and Television (TRT) This paper investigates the relationship between Turkish Radyo and Television (TRT) and the public. Acknowledging the diversity of the Turkey society, the study seeks to demystify whether the language in the news of TRT – as a public TV – is a voice of the public or the government. The paper seeks to find out whether TRT (TV news) as public broadcasting institution serves the public or merely announces the news via the manner of the power (Erdogan's regime) in Turkey. This research narrows down to 3 recent television news broadcast in TRT, seeking to understand how they are conducted. They include, TRT 1 (general), TRT 2 (culture and art)...
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The Future of the Spanish Language in the Unted States
The Future of the Spanish Language in the Unted States
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... Future of the Spanish Language in the United s ID] [Lecturer] Every language within this world is beautiful when it is spoken by its natives. This is an essential element of comprehending as to how a language can actually be measured through a number of different ways. Spanish is a language that is spoken in different regions of the world. It is equally used in Mexico and Central American countries as it is locally made use of in Spain. Spanish language will continue to rule the roost as far as the related people who use it are concerned. However what is needed is a thought to understand that people must be given the freedom to use their language no matter whichever corner of the world they reside...
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Impact of Language Rights (of minorities) in the Field of Education
Impact of Language Rights (of minorities) in the Field of Education
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... Impact of Minorities’ Language Rights upon their education Introduction In every society of the world there exists some level of linguistic diversity. Even the countries with single national language like Spain, Switzerland, Belgium and Nigeria etc. are also home of significant numbers of language minorities (Tomasevski, 1996, p117). The provision of linguistic rights of the minority groups is an enduring and important issue because it is among the human important human right of the minorities to have a form of speech in use that they could also understand and speak. In the absence of any other language from the national language, the minorities will obviously face the problems in communicating with ...
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English as a national language of America
English as a national language of America
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... English be made the national language of America? National language can be defined as the widespread prevalent language in a specific region or country. It can be seen as a symbol of national identity since it has a special affiliation with a people. However, it may not necessarily enjoy the status of an official language. The American English has evolved over centuries but it was after the American Revolution that distinct alterations were made to it to reflect national and political independence from the British. Noah Webster is regarded as the founding father of the American English who realized the need for standardization of the language and worth of linguistic identity (Language Translation...
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A Private High School in Ohio
A Private High School in Ohio
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... Private High School in Ohio Nordonia High School Executive Summary "Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one." -- Malcolm Forbes – Education plays important roles in everyone’s life and Nordonia High School, a private high school in Ohio is committed to give its student best possible and qualitative education so that they can keep pace with the fast changing world. It is every student right to deserves equal opportunities for success in his/her academic and personal growth and that is well taken care by Nordonia High School by providing new trends, technologies and information to its students. In this paper, Business Case Analysis for the Nordonia High School is presented f...
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What is social Justice How is social justice related to language rights What do you think about language rights and deaf students
What is social Justice How is social justice related to language rights What do you think about language rights and deaf students
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... Justice and Language Rights Social Justice and Language Rights Introduction Social justice is best described as promoting just societies through challenging injustice and endorsing equitability. It exists where people share the same humanity and thus have the right to equitable treatment, fair allocation of resources, and upholding of their human rights (Tyler, Boeckmann, Smith & Huo, 1997, P.1, L.1-8). Where social justice prevails, people are neither discriminated against nor prejudiced in regards to their gender, sex, age, religious beliefs, political views, disabilities, social class or other distinctive backgrounds. All races, ages, and different people have equal opportunities in undertaking ...
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Private Security Companies of Hostile Countries
Private Security Companies of Hostile Countries
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... and Complexities of Recruitment of Local Nationals in Expatriate Security Companies in Hostile Regions: "Are such persons fit for purpose"A study with reference to the position in Iraq Abstract This paper examines the role of private security companies in hostile countries like Iraq and the challenges faced by them in recruiting and selecting the personnel for static and mobile security operations. As the coalition forces are engaged in combat and insurgency operations, the intelligence network and the coordination between government and private security is examined. The results of security operations and anti insurgency operations are presented and recommendations for the security companie...
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Reading report
Reading report
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... 26 September English Language and Thought in Orwell’s 1984 1984 illustrates how the English language can shape human thought and actions. It focuses on a particular individual to personify the enemy in the “perpetual” distant war because in doing so, it isolates the individual and renders them incapable of mobilizing for their collective aims. In the novel, the Party divides society through abolishing private thoughts and practices that can soon lead to group motivations. Even love for the family should not be too strong, so it is common for the Party to sever family ties: “He never saw his mother again…When he came back his mother had disappeared. This was already becoming normal at that time”...
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The Development of Indian TV
The Development of Indian TV
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... Development of Indian TV Introduction The entry of Rupert Murdoch in to the Asian market began way back in 1991 with the establishment of Satellite Television Asian Region (STAR). Study shows that Satellite Television Asian Region was the broke new ground in Asia for satellite television consequently fueling up the explosive development of the mass media industry across the entire continent. The experience of viewing Satellite Television by millions of audience across the region was significantly redefined most especially with the opening up of economies in the Asian continent. This is because the people had more alternatives to choose from than ever before. New standards in variety, content, as...
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Language use to control people in literacy
Language use to control people in literacy
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... both Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949) and Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale (1986), the power structures use language to control people. In Atwood's story, it is the language of religious scripture appropriated to political purposes. For example, the naming of the new center of power as "Gilead" calls upon a Biblical reference. Beyond this, new language is invented to justify the mechanisms of control. For example, Offred and the other handmaids are divested of their birth names and with that, a large portion of their identities. They are given instead names simply derived from the masters they come to serve; names that will change as their assignments as sexual surrogates change. Another...
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Difficulties Canadians Face if they do not Have a Perfect Command of the English Language
Difficulties Canadians Face if they do not Have a Perfect Command of the English Language
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... Difficulties Canadians Face If They Do Not Have a Perfect Command of the English Language English and French are the official languages of Canada. And since Canada is home to many immigrants from all over the world, it is imperative that these immigrants be able to speak, read and write well in either of these two languages, as specified under Canadian immigration law. But it is not only the immigrants who have a problem with the bilingual language of Canada, the aboriginal people who also have their own indigenous language face difficulties in communication. This discourse will focus though on the difficulties of the residents of Canada who do not have a perfect command of the English language. A...
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Cog wk 8
Cog wk 8
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... 4 The example of a child playing house displaying private speech and hence the programming of verbal command into cognition depending on action reminds me of another example of my own. There are numerous times that I can recall my siblings having tea parties with dolls and carrying out actions along with verbally commands. Like “pour the tea, put cookies on the table, get sugar from the pot” etc. Hence I can understand the strong relationship between language and cognition that private speech creates. As for the example for social and cultural factors contributing towards errors in communication I could not help but agree more when you look at the differences in the way people are addressed in...
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Adoption problems in language and culture differences for Kurdish students who come from East to West
Adoption problems in language and culture differences for Kurdish students who come from East to West
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... Adoption Problems in Language and Culture Differences For Kurdish INTRODUCTION In Turkey, apart from few public schools and private schools, no other language is allowed except Turkish (Web). 2012 witnessed the inception of Kurdish language in schools as an optional course. Still, this was not received as sufficient enough to place Kurdish students in Turkey’s educational system (Creese 224). According to Creese (224), in 2013, Turkish Prime Minister declared that Kurdish could be used as a second media of instruction in private schools and not in public schools. Nonetheless, this is still very contentious. Researchers have majorly focused on bilingualism that is a happening in most countries (Cree...
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Language Variation
Language Variation
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... Differences between Older and Younger People Language can be a major barrier to communication especially between the young and older members of the society. This is particularly when young and old people use words that can be perceived as jargon or acronyms unfamiliar to the message recipient. The intention of language is to serve as a means of communication where the audience has to get the message as intended by the speaker. For these reason, the speaker should consider the differences in the level of education (knowledge and understanding by the recipient. The young people are better performers than the older people and this is attributed to the fact that they response time is quite short...
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Nativist Theories Of Language Development
Nativist Theories Of Language Development
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... Head: RECENT CHALLENGES TO NATIVIST THEORIES OF LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Recent Challenges To Nativist Theories Of Language Development [The Writer's Name] [The Name of the Institution] Recent Challenges To Nativist Theories Of Language Development Introduction Young children become amazingly dexterous communicators through the initial three years of life. As the Birth to Three Matters formation points out, they use 'the hundred languages of children' - body language (counting facial expressions plus dance); sign language (their personal and family inventions as well as an formally recognised sign language); painting, depiction and mark-making; and spoken appearance (Bates, E., Benigni,2002). They ...
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ESOL and Training for Security Industry Authority Licence
ESOL and Training for Security Industry Authority Licence
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... and Security Industry ity License Introduction The increasing number of English as Second Other Language (ESOL) learners has become a challenging task for educators of other fields. The continuous expansion of the European countries is paralleled with the need for these countries to learn English in order to compete with the demands of globalization. These learners native language (L1) Migrants contribute into a more diversified community for the formation of a strong society. Diversity in the community brings about different opportunities for these migrants as well as it makes the society a flexible one. On the other hand, the challenge in learning the English language is but the biggest issue of...
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Reading response 4
Reading response 4
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... Response on “VARIATIONIST PERSPECTIVES” by R. Bayley & E. Tarone and “SOCIOCULTURAL THEORY” by J.P.Lantolf In the chapter on variationist perspectives to second language (L2) acquisition, Bayley and Tarone have said that like there are no single style speakers, there are also no single style learners of L2. Since the speaking style can range from informal to formal types, therefore L2 learners need to develop set of interlanguage styles. The difficulty that arises in discerning the responses of second language speakers is rooted in the fact that it is not possible to know how they perceive the norm of the target language. When a speaker is speaking in native language, it can be easily concluded that ...
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English should be the official language of the United States
English should be the official language of the United States
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... 1St May, 20014 English as an official language of the United s: We often seek answers to so many self declaring questions that continuously linger our minds as a nation. All these are kinds of questions that we often attempt to find answers to. We are always prompted to question the American identity and what really distinguishes it from the British uniqueness. As a student of American studies, I always try to get solutions to this kind of predicaments even though most of my Countrymen might not have it readily. I deem it fit that the issue of identity is not an American problem but a world affair (Amanda, Ebon 51). I connote that the identity issue in spite of the kind of state one is affiliated to ...
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Python Programming Language
Python Programming Language
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... PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE Python Programming Language Affiliation Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Python 3History of Python 4 Design Goals 5 Implementations 6 Python Advantage 7 Scripting Languages 7 Python is Easy to use 8 Python is simple 8 Python is safe 9 Object-oriented programming Support 9 Python is fun 10 Python is practical 11 System administration of Linux through Python 11 Python and Linux 11 Modules 12 Python Administration 12 Linux System administration Characteristics 13 Linux System Administration with Python Examples 13 Example 14 Additional usage for scripts 15 Analysis 15 Conclusion 16 References 17 Introduction Python programming language includes various features...
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A tale of two schools
A tale of two schools
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... Avenue Elementary School and Abraham Joshua Heschel School Ryer Avenue Elementary School is a small public elementary school in New York while Abraham Joshua Heschel School is a large private school. According to a study conducted by the Department of Education together with National Center for Education Statistics, children in public schools generally performed as well or better in reading and mathematics than comparable children in private schools. The exception was in eighth-grade reading, where the private school counterparts fared better. The study, along with one of charter schools, was commissioned by the government, at a time preliminary data suggested that charter schools, which are given p...
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Historical Analysis of English Language from 1821-1916
Historical Analysis of English Language from 1821-1916
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... and Historical Analysis of English Language from 1821-1916 The eighteenth and nineteenth century were highly characterized by the lack of a uniform policy of school language in the United States of America. The decisions concerning the languages of instruction were always made locally. There was no official language selected and in general, the national government never intervened with the choices of languages by people since the free language choice was perceived as enhancement of the democratic space. The immigrant groups like Dutch, French and Germans settled in various parts of the nation. However, in these racial enclaves, we find that the conducting of church services was done in the...
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Improving Education Selection and Return
Improving Education Selection and Return
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... summary The paper objective was to find a comprehensive set of standards for the purpose of evaluating different universities. Two criteria were employed to entertain this objective: the Saudi Arabia criteria and the new selection criteria for universities. The major limitations of the Saudi Arabia criteria are that they only focus on the academic assessment and do not even mention the standards such as faculty, language and so on. The Saudi Arabia criteria are comprised of only seven standards that are considerably less to properly evaluate a university. The new selection criteria are comprised of seventeen standards and other standards as well. The new selection criteria mention faculty, language, ...
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Influences of Language on Society
Influences of Language on Society
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... Study of Slang and its Relation to Society al Affiliation Study of slang and it’s relation to society Slang is defined asinformal, irregular terms or a form of speech which has its roots in different subgroups and subcultures in a certain clan. Slang exists everywhere in the globe. This means that each clan or group or culture has a particular form of twist to their language that is only particular to them. One that makes them identify with each other anywhere in the world. In other words, slang is a way to give people a sense of belonging as they can communicate with each other in a language that seems foreign to other people. However, for a term to qualify as slang for a particular group of people ...
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Why students should learn a foreign language argument essay
Why students should learn a foreign language argument essay
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... n Davis ENC 1101 MW 4-6 18 November Why Learn a Foreign Language? Should in elementary school and high school be required to take a foreign language? Learning a foreign language can tremendously help a person in many situations. In 2003, the College Board’s research showed, “Students who completed at least four years of foreign-language study scored more than 100 points higher on each section of the SAT than students who took a half year or less” (“College-Bound”). Learning another language can improve a person’s thinking skills and help the person progress intellectually. Moreover, it also opens doors for him in his professional sphere by enabling him to take jobs in other countries. Learning a...
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Programming Language Ada 95
Programming Language Ada 95
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... PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE ADA95: Programming Language Affiliation Table of Contents BACKGROUND 4 HISTORY 4 ADA: MAIN OBJECTIVE OF THE LANGUAGE  6 LANGUAGE GOALS FULFILLMENT 7 SYNTACTIC OR SEMANTIC DETAILS 9 ISSUES IN PROGRAMMING 9 PRESENT USES OF ADA 10 CONCLUSION 11 REFERENCE 12 INTRODUCTION The Ada language emerged as a result of most widespread and costly language design attempts ever done. Up till year 1974, The Department of Defense has used embedded software system applications to manage operations. In this scenario, an embedded software system is one in which the technology based computer hardware is implemented in the systems it controls. However, more than 450 programming languages were utilized ...
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Should English be made the official language of the United States Consider Amy Tans article "Mother Tongue"
Should English be made the official language of the United States Consider Amy Tans article "Mother Tongue"
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... of the English of the Concerned 10 May English should be made the Official Language of the United s It is strange that irrespective of being a super power, the United States of America does not have an official language (Bailey 180). Contrary to this, many developing nations like India and China do have an official language. It is time that the US needs to decide about assigning the official language status to the English language. The US is a nation that is home to an array of ethnicities, races and cultures. It is a country known for its diversity and multiculturalism. In that context, it is imperative that the nation have an official language to usher in unity amidst such diversity and variety...
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Psycholinguistics and Second Language Acquisition (Education)
Psycholinguistics and Second Language Acquisition (Education)
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... of Topic: Psycholinguistics and Second Language Acquisition Programme: Postgraduate Diploma in English Studies Module Synopsis: This module develops participants’ knowledge of human development in language and thinking. It explores theories of how language develops in both first and second language. It deals with the psychological processes of comprehending and producing language, including consideration of individual and contextual (eg school) factors in second language acquisition and bilingualism. Essay Task: An essay in which you analyse your own language learning experiences in terms of theories associated with the process of second language learning / or with the effects of learner factors on s...
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English Language Learner Assessments
English Language Learner Assessments
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... English Language Learner Assessments Number: English Language Learner Assessments Customary grading does not, at all times, tell the entire story. For instance, a teacher might look at a learner who has a "C" and consider that she is simply an average learner, but if the teacher knew that only a few months ago, her grade was an "E", then the teacher could see that the student is making progress (Black, 1998). In order to measure the progress of a student such as Angel, I would initiate a portfolio of her work. At the start of the learning year, I would craft a file for her and other students. I would keep some model assignments in the folder all through the year. As the year goes on, it would be...
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