In the present series of studies, we analyzed the lyrics in popular songs in an
attempt to identify the existence of embedded reproductive/evolutionary messages. Being
the first of their kind, these were largely descriptive studies.
The adaptive value of music eluded scientists for a long time. While Pinker (1997)
has been quick to dismiss music as “auditory cheesecake,” Darwin (1871) suggested that
music may have evolved as a form of courtship display by means of sexual selection.
Following Darwin’s lead, there is now growing interest in the origins of music (e.g.
In addition, we only provide data at maturities where we think the curve can be fitted so that it is
stable and meaningful. Instability arises when small movements in bond prices lead to
unrealistically large moves in the estimated yield curves, essentially because there is not enough
information from observed prices at a given maturity to allow us to fit that segment of the curve.
This is usually a problem at short maturities where we require more information because we expect
the short end of the yield curve to exhibit the greatest amount of structure.
Baumgarten expresses that aesthetics (beauty) is a harmony of expression, structure and content.
Probably a statement which is identical to what an artist expresses when saying that a work must have a
clear leading feature: a main idea (theme), a structure (structural principles) and a content (which
provide a work’s richness and evidences power and life) [5, p.74]. Our methodical approach to
formgiving rooted in aesthetics is based on this leading feature, although the contents of the three
components are only partially resolved in relation to the design of artefacts.
Our aim is to provide a high level of service that the principals of Esquire
Management Group see is often lacking in today’s business practices. It is our aim to
create partnerships of service with our clients to ensure that our clientele’s needs and
goals are met. We are here to serve you, by listening and responding to your interests. We
will work to ensure the highest possible net return to the property owners over the longest
period of time.
In order to establish an accurate and up-to-date profile for ordinary UK adults and reflect trends in the profile of UK adults
through 2009-11, researchers drew upon a range of sources including the British Household Panel Study, the DWP Financial
Resources Survey (FRS), and the HM Revenue & Customs Marketable Wealth data.
Based on this profile, a sample of 1,300 people deemed to be fully representative of UK adult population, up to and
including the 95th percentile of savings wealth, is selected on a monthly basis by PureProfile, a leading online quantitative
A / Aims and objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to ask and respond to questionson personal reperences B / Teaching aids : Text books , chalk and some pictures C / Procedure : 8 min I / Warm up : Traditional Special Convenient Poets Designers Pants Wear 12 min Use Take Remark and lead in the new lesson . II / Pre speaking - Introduce “ In the last lesson , we got some information about Ao dai the traditional dress of Viet Nam . Today we - Work individually -...
A / Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to use suggestions to suggest ways to save energy through group discussion . B / Teaching aids : Textbook , Posters , pictures and boards … C / Procedure :
I / Warm up :
Revision Work in groups
Expressions of making and responding to suggestions Lead in the new lesson . 10 min II / Pre – speaking : Introduce the topic of the speaking : 1. Review the ways to make suggestions Suggestion Response
I suggest + V- ing I think we should...
A/ Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to know how to use “ in order to , so as to “ to indicate purpose , Future simple and Modal “ will “ to make requests , offers and promises . B / Teaching aids : Textbook , chalks , boards … C / Procedure : I / Warm up : = lead in the new lesson II / Language focus 1. Grammar notes : - Ask Ss to repeat the uses and forms of “ In order to / so...
A / Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to write short , simple speech with clear organization and present it in front of the whole class . B / Teaching aids : Textbook , boards , chalks C / Procedure : 7 min I / Warm up : Nought and crosses Electricity Freezer Consumer Play game ( Whole class )
Gas 10 min Washing machine Household
Listen and copy
Listen and write down .
Water Dryer Innovation Work in pairs Lead in the new lesson . II / Presentation : Introduce the topic of...
A / Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to review the conditional sentence with modals verbs and direct speech and reported speech . - Get to know to change them . B / Teaching aids : Text books , chalks , boards .. C / Procedure : 5 min I / Warm up : Finding the ideal partner - Guide Ss to play game . - Lead in the new lesson . I
A / Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to know how to write a thank – you note . B / Teaching aids : Posters , drawing C / Procedure : I / Warm up : Shark attack T- Ss
( Revised words : lie flat , elevate , lower , victim , ease ) Lead in the new lesson . II / Pre – writing : Introduce the topic of the writing and some new words to Ss 1. Pre- teach vocabulary : - to thank Sb for sth Eg...
A / Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able complete simple sentences to write a passage telling the things which happened in a picnic to the countryside . B / Teaching aids : Text book , chalk and boards . C / Procedure : 7 min I / Warm up : Noughts and crosses Play games in groups Maize Feed Part –time
Chicken 8 min Collect Primary
Listen and copy the title of the lesson .
Humburgers Grow Nearby Look at the pictures
Ask Ss to play games in groups . Remark and lead in...
A / Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to grasp and consolidate the preposition of time , and how to use Wish with modal could and Adverbs clauses of result B / Teaching aids : Text books , chalks and boards C / Procedure : 6 min I / Warm up : Hang man ( Using some learned words ) - Lead in the new lesson . 9 min II / New lesson : 1. Modal Could with Wish : - Explain the use of Wish used with could :...
A / Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to talk about the city life and the country life B / Teaching aids : Textbooks , cassette , chalks , boards … C / Procedure : I / Warm up : Chatting
- Talk to Ss about life in the city and life in the country by asking some questions 1. Where do you live ? 2. Do you want to live in the city ? Why ? 3. Do you want to live in the country ? Why ? = Lead in the new lesson.
A / Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to understand the text and get specific information . B / Teaching aids : Textbooks , cassette , chalks…. C / Procedure : I / Warm up : 1. Do you like English ? 2. How many new words do you try to learn a day ? 3. What do you do when you read a new words ? 4. How do you learn / remember new words ? - Call on Ss to practice asking and answering the questions above . - Correct and lead in the new lesson .
A / Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to get further information about the media : Television and know some TV programs in Vietnam . + Vocabulary and structure: documentary , children,scorner , weather forecast Tag questions + Skill : Speaking and writing / pair work . B / Teaching aids : Text books , chalks , boards C/ Procedure : 7 min I / Warm up : Net works
Play games ( Group work )
Remark and lead in the new lesson .
This book provides all the material you need for the CIMA Professional Development
Certificate in Business Taxation. Within each chapter you will find some examples for
you to try, to test you on the important rules covered in the chapter.
At the end of each chapter, there is a short summary which contains a “pocket digest”
of the rules covered within the chapter. These individual summaries form a
comprehensive overview of the syllabus.
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines telemarketing
as the marketing of goods or services by telephone. It’s a word
that was added to the dictionary back in 1980, when it became
obvious that the telephone was changing the way companies
In general, people are busy. They don’t want to be both-
ered by others trying to sell them products or services that
aren’t needed. A successful telemarketer can quickly capture
the attention of the person he or she is calling and prove to that
person that what you’re offering could be beneficial.
Aim :Write a personal letter . II/Objectivive :To write a personal letter . III/Teaching aids:Test book , pictures . IV/ procedure : 1/Warm up : T : gives instructions T :prepares 4 cards saying the 4 parts of a letter :
I arrived ……… Dear Hoa ,…….. Your sincerely. Lan
th ‘ Duy xuyen ,sep 25 ,2007
- Ask Ss to put them in the right orders -Ss work in team . -Ss remind the four parts of the letter : 1 / Heading 2/ Opening 3/ Body of the letter 4/ Closing .
T : leads to the new lesson . Today...