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  • help for using digital recording devices. A full model student essay in Chapter 3, entitled “Out Patients,” demonstrates effective research and documentation of an online community. More writing coverage throughout the book includes expanded fi eld-writing sections in each chapter, focusing on important topics such as using language effectively, considering an audience, and working with rhetoric. New objectives at the start of each chapter indicate the writing skills covered in the chapter, guiding students to develop essential critical-thinking and rhetorical skills....

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  • While critics call for targeting more experienced managers as MBA candidates, it is interesting to note that certain types of MBA programs tend to attract these types of students. For example executive MBA students tend to be experienced managers with a good sense of „real world‟ needs (Lorange, 2005). Yet much of the research we describe below has focused on more traditional MBA programs or on the perceptions of more experienced MBA students in executive MBA programs outside North America.

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  • Science tries to explain a very complicated world. We are surrounded by very many objects, moving around, reacting together, breaking up, joining together, growing and shrinking. And there are many invisible things, too - radio waves, sound, ionizing radiation. If we are to make any sense of all this, we need to simplify it. We use models, in everyday life and in science, as a method of simplifying and making sense of everything we observe. A model is a way of explaining something difficult in terms of something more familiar. For example, there are many models used to describe...

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  • In both fission and fusion, unstable nuclei have become more stable. Energy is released. In order to explain these processes, we need to be able to say where this energy comes from. One answer lies in the origins of the nuclei we are considering. Take, for example, uranium. The earth’s crust contains uranium. In some places, it is sufficiently concentrated to make it worth while extracting it for use as the fuel in fission reactors. This uranium has been part of the Earth since it was formed, 4500 million years ago. The Earth formed a swirling cloud of dust...

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  • The first edition of this text was written in the early 1990s. Since then, the field of clinical research methods has continued to develop rapidly, and this second edition has been extensively updated to reflect these developments. We have also tried to make the whole book more user friendly, both in layout and in content. All chapters now have summaries and boxes highlighting the key points, and we have provided many more illustrative examples. The biggest area of change is in our treatment of qualitative methods.

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  • Fortunately for you, there's Schaum's Outlines. More than 40 million students have trusted Schaum's to help them succeed in the classroom and on exams. Schaum's is the key to faster learning and higher grades in every subject. Each Outline presents all the essential course information in an easy-to-follow, topic-by-topic format. You also get hundreds of examples, solved problems, and practice exercises to test your skills.

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  • Several approaches exist to model the magnitude and composition of the car stock. De Jong et  al. (2002) give a review of the recent (since 1995) international literature on car ownership mod‐ elling.  In PLANET we will use an aggregate approach. Other examples of  this approach can be  found in TREMOVE (De Ceuster et al., 2007) and ASTRA (Rothengatter et al., 2000).  We first describe the general principles, and then discuss the different steps in more detail.

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  • To understand what motivates students to enrol in an MBA program, it is important to consider the perceived value of completing this degree. Research has focused on the career impact of the MBA and on specific skills acquired in the process of earning the degree. Some research has reported specific age and experience effects on the value of the MBA in skill acquisition and in career progression.

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  • (BQ) With the success of its previous editions, Principles of Real Analysis, Third Edition, continues to introduce students to the fundamentals of the theory of measure and functional analysis. In this thorough update, the authors have included a new chapter on Hilbert spaces as well as integrating over 150 new exercises throughout. The new edition covers the basic theory of integration in a clear, well-organized manner, using an imaginative and highly practical synthesis of the "Daniell Method" and the measure theoretic approach.

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  • For most securities, maturity is the most important determinant of price sensitivity. If a change in interest rates is the same across all maturities, a “parallel” interest rate shift, the price of a long-term security will change more than the price of a short-term one. For example, if interest rates rise 100 basis points, a 30-year, 5 percent coupon Treasury bond would lose nearly 14 percent of its value, while a two-year, 5 percent coupon Treasury note would lose less than 2 percent.

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  • Many recent texts place instructors in the difficult position of chosing between authoritative, state-of-the art coverage and an approach that is highly supportive of student learning. This carefully developed text was widely praised by reviewers for both its great clarity and its rigor. The book balances theory and practice in depth without getting bogged down in excessive technical or mathematical language and has abundant coverage of current topics of interest, such as programmable devices, computer-aided design, and testability.

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  • A.AIMS: After this unit students can be able to - Use the present simple - third person singular: Talk and ask about the people. - Get more words about the jobs and action. - Practise asking and answering about the time. B. TIME: 5 periods C. PREPARE - New headway elementary - Radio, cassette, CD Content Teacher’s activities Students’ Time activities I .Warm-up - What are the jobs of the people in Check names of job. Say the names of 10 your family? Give some examples. jobs. Ex. My father is a worker, my mother Ask student to do the...

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  • Society’s technological, economic, and cultural changes of the last 50 years have made many important mathematical ideas more relevant and accessible in work and in everyday life. As examples of mathematics proliferate, the mathematics education community is provided with both a responsibility and an opportunity. Educators have a responsibility to provide a high-quality mathematics education for all of our students.

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  • The email was sent to over 2500 international students. More than 100 students replied to the email seeking further information. Although this was a small percentage of those contacted, most of these respondents did not meet the criteria. Either their IELTS result was obtained before 1 July 2007 or they had satisfied the university English language proficiency requirements through other means, for example, a pathway program that issued certificates deemed to be ‘at an equivalent level as IELTS 6.5’.

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  • Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? With the help of technology, students nowadays can learn more information and learn it more quickly. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

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  • With some activities you may want to add your own examples of locally famous names and places to make them more relevant to your SS. Give out a sheet to each student or one per pair.

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  • The Social Return to Education Since model (1) excludes school resources, the term x jγ potentially captures both conventional peer group effects and other indirect effects associated with the family background characteristics of students at school j . For example, wealthy parents may be more likely to volunteer in their children’s schools, or to vote for increased tax rates to support education

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  • The survey results indicate that the majority of students in almost all of the scenarios preferred the modern electronic soundtrack. Furthermore, in each case, regardless of whether a majority was reached, the positive response to this music outweighed the negative response. Focus group comments for the Caligari screening, for example, noted that the DJ Spooky music was “more effective” and allowed for a “better experience” for students.

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  • Fashola and colleagues (1996) examined whether Spanish-speaking second-, third-, fifth-, and sixth-grade students would produce more errors consistent with the correct application of Spanish phonological and orthographic rules than would English- speaking students. For example, the correct application of Spanish orthographic rules to the sounds of English words would result in using the letters “i” for the /ee/ sound, “qu” for the /k/ sound and “j” for the /h/ sound.

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  • In this way, learners are encouraged to notice the gap between what they are producing and what the target language requires- Another example of teaching with an implicit focus on grammar is when teachers choose to "enhance the input*1 of their students by exposing them to language samples in which particular grammatical structures are highlighted or are more prevalent than they might be in ordinary communication.

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