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Center for Speech and English Language Literacy
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...Center for Speech and English Language Literacy Shirley Bongbong Academia-Research Web School I. Objectives of the Center The Center aims to reduce English language illiteracy rate of the community by teaching Spanish children the classroom method of learning and understanding English. 2. It exist to serve the adult, defined as the parents or relatives of the children, and the children, of elementary levels, alike to gain access to information and present technology for speech articulation through various resources made available at the center. 3. It aims to provide the proper environment...
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Gender and Politeness in an ESL language Academic Context
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...language used by female and male ESL students? 2. What are the distinctions between genderized expressions of politeness in the ESL context focused upon in this study? Description of data collection The study’s mode of collecting data enlisted ESL students studying in the Interlink Language Center at UNCG and four female native speakers in Winston Salem State... The of the topic Politeness refers to the practical application of good and acceptable manners in any social setting that will show one’s consideration of others. Hence, its definition encompasses a person being considerable to others by observing societal accepted norms that will show respect and valuing of one’s fellow peers irrespective of...
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Gender And Politeness In An ESL Language Academic Context
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...language used by female and male ESL students? 2. What are the distinctions between genderized expressions of politeness in the ESL context focused upon in this study? Description of data collection The study’s mode of collecting data enlisted ESL students studying in the Interlink Language Center at UNCG and four female native speakers in Winston Salem State... ?The of the topic Politeness refers to the practical application of good and acceptable manners in any social setting that will show one’s consideration of others. Hence, its definition encompasses a person being considerable to others by observing societal accepted norms that will show respect and valuing of one’s fellow peers irrespective of...
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Berlitz: A Language Organization
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...Language Center, but I have worked for a global organization with individuals speaking multiple languages.... ? 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...
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Learning New Languages: A Guide to Second Language Acquisition Book
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...language loss, particularly the during the Second Language Acquisition (SLA). It has been observed that non-native speakers experience dissolution of language depending on the rich source of information availed to them when they are communicating (Scovel 70). In a deeper analysis of neurolinguistic and language loss, the brain processes speech and languages and relies on the efficiency of neural transmission of the speeches and sounds to the brain (Scovel 72). Also, damage of the language center in the brain can result to speech and writing problem such as Broca’s aphasia (Scovel 74). Language processing takes place in the left hemisphere of the brain. However, various mental... Learning New Languages:...
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My School Writing Center
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...center is the best place to go. They will help you create the writing miracle that you need in order to pass your classes. That is a guarantee that I swear by. Most international students come to study in the United States with either a very limited amount of knowledge about the English language or an almost childlike grasp of the language itself. The ability of an international exchange student to express himself in the academic language of the institution is hindered by his embarrassment at being... My School Writing Center Upon arriving my classes at Kansas University, I came to realize that my knowledge of the English written grammar rules was quite limited and not really up to the academic level...
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Heritage Valley Medical Center
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...language spoken by the Asians and the Africans, and as such, they may not be able to serve their needs appropriately. Nepotism is yet another issue identified in the case, where the Caucasian community patients seems satisfied with the services offered by the medical center, while the other two communities who takes their patients there are dissatisfied. Since the bulk of the Caucasian patients are the private pay patients, who bring more money into the facility than the other community... ? Heritage Valley Medical Center Heritage Valley Medical Center In the past, Heritage Valley Medical Center was a very successful medical facility, serving all its patients with dignity and equality to an extent that...
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Creating a Science Center
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...language and/or learning disabilities. Geology (Earth Science) As mentioned above, the science theme for the proposed science center would be Geology (Earth Science). The unit goals and student objectives will follow the core curriculum framework for Science Standards of Learning for Fifth grade (Common wealth of Virginia Board of Education, 2003). Earth Patterns, Cycles, and Change The goal for this unit will be to develop an understanding of the key concepts of identifying rock types and rock cycles, gathering information about Earth history and fossil evidence, learning about the basic structure of Earth’s interior, as well as, plate tectonics (earthquakes... Creating a Science Center Jenny L....
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University counseling center - PR Campaign
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...Language problems Cultural problems Accommodation Food Final year students Exam stress Fear Uncertainly about future course Parents Worries about children’s performance and future Staff Frustration Concerns about a particular student Issues in student relations Common issues Eating disorders Relationship problems Addictions Body disorder issues Complexes Key Concepts of the Campaign The purpose of the year is to make more students use the Counseling Center. For this purpose, the concept developed is to make the University Counseling Center more accessible to everyone in the campus. We want to make it a place of comfort and care. In addition, the students should feel... of the campus,...
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GENDER AND POLITENESS IN AN ESL LANGUAGE ACADEMIC CONTEXT
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...language center in the university of North Carolina. Four of the participants study at the WinstonSalem state university. The data was collected by the use of questionnaires which were duly filled by the participants. The questionnaires had two sections, the first section focused on opinions of the participants about the most... ? Gender and Politeness in an ESL Language Academic Context Gender and Politeness in an ESL Language Academic Context Introduction In this document, analysis of politeness and gender in English second language within academic institution will be scrutinized. The characteristics of politeness among learners and among people of different gender will be highlighted. The effects of...
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Early Learning Center
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...Center Early Learning Center Early Learning Center is an exceptional business venture that most people have not had any interest in exploiting the opportunity. This is a great idea owing to the fact that most young kids are currently left at home by most parents as they undertake on the day-today activities. With the establishment of the brand, it is believed that it will attract a sizeable number of children and the institution is determined to providing all the necessary facilities in order to take the interests of all the children’s needs. Offering exclusive excellence in care and education is what the institution strives to attain while making a difference for kids, guardians... Early Learning Center ...
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University Counseling Center - PR Campaign
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...Language problems Cultural problems Accommodation Food Final year students Exam stress Fear Uncertainly about future course Parents Worries about children’s performance and future Staff Frustration Concerns about a particular student Issues in student relations Common issues Eating disorders Relationship problems Addictions Body disorder issues Complexes Key Concepts of the Campaign The purpose of the year is to make more students use the Counseling Center. For this purpose, the concept developed is to make the University Counseling Center more accessible to everyone in the campus. We want to make it a place of comfort and care. In addition, the students should... Counseling Center-PR...
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COMPUTER ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING (CALL) FOR LEARNING ARABIC AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
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...language learners face is in learning its vocabulary [14]. Multimedia presentation of courseware makes it possible for language learners to be exposed to not only the textual but also the contextual use of words, which can aid in comprehension. This is important as vocabulary is often taught otherwise; isolated from the context [15]. The use of CALL for assisting in the learning of Arabic though is a relatively new innovation. One such attempt was made in 2012 at the Arabic Language Center in Selangor under supervision of the Islamic Affairs Institute, which offers an intensive programme for learning Arabic vocabulary and grammar with a focus... A study was conducted on the perceptions of 35 Malaysian...
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Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center
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...language. Retrieved from https://ritdml.rit.edu/bitstream/handle/1850/1136/GSActonArticle1998.pdf;jsessionid=7D81FA7ACFE6CAF721E6936FF3896F4F?sequence=6. Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center-SAMHSA. (2009). Practice demonstration video – Assessment. Retrieved from YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hJ11kJ6f7s.... Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center In the vignettes provided by Dartmouth (2009), both have dual diagnosis of substance abuse and mental illness. Both men, although they have long histories of experimentation with substances, primarily use alcohol to control the symptoms of their mental illness. Scott Acton (1998) from Northwestern University, in his...
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Computer Assisted Language Learning for Learning Arabic as a Second Language in Malaysia: Teacher Perceptions
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...Language Center in Selangor under supervision of the Islamic Affairs Institute, which offers an intensive programme for learning Arabic vocabulary and grammar with a focus on facilitating understanding. Several comparative studies have also been made to show the advantages of computer based learning over traditional methods for learning vocabulary. For instance, a study by [17] compared the usefulness of online... A study was conducted on the perceptions of 35 Malaysian school teachers on their use of Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) for teaching vocabulary to learners of Arabic as a Second or Foreign Language (ASL/AFL). Most teachers expressed their favour for using CALL, and especially...
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Learning Language
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...language. References Brent-Palmer C. (1979) “A sociolinguistic assessment of the notion of ‘immigrant semilingualism’ from a social conflict perspective”. Working Papers in Bilingualism, 17, 135-180. Forman A. Ellice, Minick Norris & Stone C. Addison, (1993) Contexts for Learning: Sociocultural Dynamics in Children’s Development: Oxford University Press: New York. Gonzalez G. (1977) "Teaching bilingual children". In Bilingual education: Current perspectives (Vol. 2). Arlington, VA: Center for Applied Linguistics. Halliday, M.A.K. (1978) Language as Social Semiotic, London, Arnold. Harris John, (1990) Early Language Development...  Learning Language Language learning has been through a long...
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Statement of purpose
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...language at the English Language Center, and Intermediate Algebra (Math 1010 Skills) at Bridgerland Applied Technology College provided the theoretical framework that aptly prepared me for the graduate program. I acknowledged that in contemporary times, the role that technology plays in education is paramount. I would like to specialize on technology tools, applications, development of instructional designs that integrate technology in the fast changing contemporary learning environment, among others. I strongly believe that Utah State University accords the most effective dynamic and multi-dimensional approach that would assist in achieving my goals. As I am indebted to my home... ment of Purpose al...
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Gaelic Language
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...language has always traded a path of continuous declination. The Highlands or Gaidhealtachd is the place in Scotland where most of the Gaelic speaking people resided. Apart from this, Ireland was another main center for the Celtic languages and culture. All these Celtic languages share a history of about nine hundred years and the advent of French as well as English affected their uses throughout the period. Apart from the Highlands in Scotland, the Gaelic people were also seen in some places in the lowlands of this country but these people's existence faded away after the beginning of the 15th century. (Nettle, 134) On...
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Educational Goals
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...language as it is an international language and should be known to everyone due to which, I joined English Language Center in Colorado. I also want to be influential for my brothers and sisters due to which, I aspire to be excellently educated and become a torchbearer for them as well. Overall, it can be said that a person is nothing alone and needs to belong to a place, family and background to aspire in his life. I want to be an inspiration for my brothers, sisters, and friends. I want to gain effective education to join a career of my own choice.... Roll No: Topic: Teacher: Educational Goals Education plays an important role in every person’s life. It is only education that keeps the capacity of...
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Effective vs. Ineffective Language
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...language Introduction Effective language refers to the use of application methods to learning language on the internet and other useful aiding material. The software is specially customized for such learning. Effective language involves more than these methods as support for second learners in their survival where they have to live among native speakers. Effective language process ensures that there is enough time for learners to achieve competence in a certain acquired language as well as focus on students as the center of learning process. It is classified according to its effectiveness in the learning process. Ineffective language happens as a result of failure... of attainment of certain...
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Language in Copley's Gibraltar
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...language” through its experience, struggles, and joys. The Siege and Relief of Gibraltar juxtaposes the meanings of “language”and reveals significant experiences of my college life. It is a painting that invites me and others to learn the painting “language” and the “language” of universal themes that bind humanity together. Gibraltar is my rock too, a reminder of my struggles that I have overcome. Works Cited Behrendt, Stephen C. “Art as deceptive intruder: Audience entrapment in eighteenth-century verbal and visual art.” Papers on Language & Literature 19.1 (1983): 37-52. Web. 23 Nov. 2011. Literary...
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Breaking the Language Barrier
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...languages can be mastered by almost anyone. By following these simple steps, the adventure into the land of a foreign language can be a painless and pleasant experience. Works Cited Goethe, Johann. Language Quotes. 2006. ThinkExist. 2 Feb. 2007 . The Khoisan Language Family. 2006. National Virtual Translation Center. 1 Feb. 2007 .... Breaking the Language Barrier Johann Goethe once remarked, "Those who know nothing of foreign languages knownothing of their own". Indeed, fluency in a second language is a prized possession in the age of globalization. Bilingualism opens up employment opportunities, cross-cultural conversation, and a greater...
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GENDER AND POLITENESS IN AN ESL LANGUAGE ACADEMIC CONTEXT
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...language center. The remaining four students, study at the Winston Salem State University. The questionnaire is adapted from a previous study conducted by (Bacha, Bahous and Diab, 2012). It is made up of two sections; the first using the like red scale of 1-4 which requires respondents to show most to least polite behaviors. The second section requires respondents to answer to five sub sections designed politely to check... ? Gender And Politeness In An Academic Context Assignment Introduction Politeness is a term defined culturally to mean the application of etiquette practically. With regard to the terms politeness and gender: gender is defined as the roles and responsibilities that are socially and...
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Figurative Language versus Literal Language
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...Language vs. Literal Language Your School Department, This paper is a partial fulfillment for the subject ________, under Professor ________. Figurative Language versus Literal Language Learning a new language can be very tricky. One should be aware that words and expressions can be interpreted in various ways. When reading something for the first time, one reads it on one level, which is the literal level. The second level is the figurative level, in which things get a little complicated, especially if one is not a native speaker of the said language. Such figurative expressions are commonly used, that’s why one should be familiar with it. These expressions not only provide depth... Figurative Language ...
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Speed reading assignment
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...Language Center The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 2004(Oct),... Reading What, When and How! By:______________ ___________ Institute:_____________ I happened to undertake one of the free speed reading tests online. It was revealed that I had an average speed of 200 (words per minute) and a comprehension rate of 73%. In the end of the test I was posed with 11 questions out of which I answered 8 correct. During the various speed reading tasks assigned, I learnt few facts: Speed reading gets difficult when the text is written in a clustered format and there are no breaks among sentences. Like in the case of Richard Taylors article. If you skip a lot during speed reading, your comprehension...
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Psychology of language learning
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...Center for Training Enhancements, n.d.). Incorporating these in the curriculum makes learning meaningful to these students. Multicultural education using literature from various cultures engages such children in reading and writing and makes them eager to learn the social or cultural contributions made by various groups of people. Cognitive Theory of Language Learning Another theory in learning is Ausubel’s Cognitive Learning theory wherein meaningful processes of associating new information to already known concepts are known to bring about... ?Cognitive and Socio-cultural Theories of Language Learning Table of Contents Language Acquisition………………………………………………………….2 Socio-cultural Theory of Language...
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The Human Resource Frame Paper
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...Language Organization Noel Diaz Integrating General Studies Joanne Land-Kaslauskas This report describes the selected company, Berlitz, a global language learning organization, using the human resource frame perspective and its key assumptions as highlighted in Bolman & Deal (2008). The core assumptions are “Organizations exist to serve human needs rather than the converse; people and organizations need each other; and a good fit benefits both” (p. 122). Berlitz Languages, Inc. believes specific human resource issues are best addressed locally or at the language center locations as much as possible. In the case of a more complex situation... of centralization versus decentralization, which...
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Emerging Language Learners
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...language.. Having an assigned individual administration duty regarding emerging language learner students and for get-together and imparting data about the students and their needs. Individual trained staff and giving support to "developing" qualified staff in the region, and assuring that instructors receive help and preparing to work successfully with emerging language learner students. For the effort, the center has been on advising parents about schooling and their duty of keeping themselves educated about student advancement and school activities. For a few off-campus special educators, outreach has likewise included effort to different districts through systems management to increase... Emerging...
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Language development High School Essay
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...Language is perhaps the most complex cognitive product we have"; as such one of the focuses of this research-based website is to study the organization of early language learning patterns in children so that organization of knowledge can be understood and transferred to adult learners. This appears to be the focal point of this website. http://www.learner.org/ Sldc.Net Speech and Language Development Center is another very useful website with regard to early language development and disorder in the speech patterns of children. Founded in the early 1955, the website is dedicated to the cause of developing better grounds for effective language learning in children. The major point of focus... Literacy...
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First Language Acquisition
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...language and start communicating with the world (Galasso 2003, para.1). In view of the debate based on nurture or nature with regard to first language acquisition in children, nurture takes center stage by virtue of the observation that the environments in which children develop influences the language acquired. However, nativists reckon that the ability to acquire language is universal as language attributes such as grammar indicate. According to Cho and O’Grady (2008, p326) children first learn grammar of the language, although the initial usage... First Language Acquisition; Facts, Challenges and Special Features Literature Review First language acquisition among toddlers follows similar attributes in ...
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Psychology of language learning
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...language. In a research conducted by Bernaus and Gardner (2008), it was concluded that the use of traditional strategies, as opposed to innovative ones, have higher positive correlation to the success of second language learning. They defined traditional strategies as those that highly involve the teacher (i.e. teacher-centered) in the process of learning the elements and structure of the language. Examples... ? Motivation: An Important Variable in Determining variations between Individual L2 Learners Table of Contents Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………3 Motivation and Second Language Learning……………….…………………………………4 Gardner’s Definition of Motivation……………….…………………………………………….4 Other Studies on...
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Psychology - Language and Cognition
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...Language. 6th ed. Boston, MA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning, 11. Hyde, K. (2005). “The Features of Human Language.” Retrieved Sept. 5, 2012 from the University of Exeter: http://people.exeter.ac.uk/bosthaus/Lecture/hockett1.htm Liu, X. (2005). “Natural Language Processing.” Center for Natural Language Processing. Retrieved Sept. 5, 2012 from Syracuse University: http://www.cnlp.org/publications/03nlp.lis.encyclopedia.pdf “Psycholinguistic Definitions.” (2012). Retrieved Sept. 5, 2012 from Brown University: http://www.cog.brown.edu/courses/cg45/definitions.htm Semin, G. R. (2008). “Language,...
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The Hartford Civic Center Collapse
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...Center Collapse Question 6.30 One way that engineers can ensure that they create the rightsoftware for problem is through the adequate market research to explore different solutions. This is a crucial stage as the engineers has to identify the most efficient solution by brainstorming on ideas and conducting in-depth research on their workability the engineers then choose the solution which most suits the problem at hand. In some cases, the engineer may not need to develop new software which would require greater investments in time, labor and material but may opt on modifying or reusing existing software. He has to explore all these options to ensure that he develops the best... The Hartford Civic...
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Using language translation services and patient outcomes
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...Language translation service is the mechanism that most organizations use to translate information from one language to another. However, most organizations have different perception relating to the language translation service. For instance, health centers are the likely places that can employ this service because it serves individuals from every corner of the world, and these people speak different languages. However, not all health centers use this mechanism in their workplaces. There is those that find the mechanism challenging and not reliable means of communication between the patient and the nurses or doctors (Anderman & Rogers, 2003). On the other hand, there are hospitals... Patients with...
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Resume
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...Languages: Arabic, English.  Address: 25 Dunvale Rd., Towson, MD 21204 Mob: 000000000 Email: ahad.d@hotmail.com  Educational Qualifications: 2010: Bachelor of Science & Education in zoology (King Abdul-Aziz University, Faculty of Education for Girls Scientific Department, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia). 2005 (1427H): Secondary School Education (Alsabah wa Al Setoon Secondary School, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia). Courses 2006: English Language Beginners Course from Saudi Institute of Health Services, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. June 24, 2011: Accomplished beginners level English course in ESL language center 2012... Resume Ahhd Ali Abdo Daghrari. Hometown: Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Nationality: Saudi...
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Education: Language and Cognitive Development
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...language and cognitive development: Speaking volumes, Baby Center Medical Advisory Board, http://www.babycenter.com/0_your-15-month-olds-language-and-cognitive-development-speaki_1213394.bc When and How Language is Learned, Celia genishi, Young Children's Oral Language Development, Children's... EDUCATION Language and Cognitive Development: Education usually begins from the grassroots, meaning that after home education offers by parents at home, the next and the most challenging aspect is when the children's begins their early education. That is the beginning of a new era, through which they would start learning Language and Cognitive Development. By 15 months, the majority (about 75 percent) of childr...
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Second Language Acquisition Essay
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...centered learning techniques during ESL session resulting in lowering anxiety levels, higher level of active participation contributing to the higher level of achievement during second language acquisition. Research Question and Hypothesis The research question in consideration includes, "Is there any perceived anxiety and negative emotions associated with second language acquisition" To elaborate my studies I should also focus on the factors contributing to the exploration of useful strategies to cope up with the associated difficulties. The null hypothesis for this research is that there will be no change in the level of anxiety and level of active participation during ESL class... Anxiety and...
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Language Acquisition Theories
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...languages. The linguistic universals, then, are the result of an innate cognitive competence rather than the content of such a competence." (87-88). Slobin's theory seems to propose a more intricate and complicated language acquisition device inherent in each child, much like a computer processor chip implanted within the brain. Even the Linguistic model poses a lot of questions to ponder about language acquisition. The internal debate amongst advocates of this theory goes on, but "does not center on whether... or not there is an innate capacity in humans that enables almost all members of the species to be successful in this incredible feat of learning a language....
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Body Language
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...Language in the Workplace Communication can be roughly defined as the transfer of meaning from oneindividual to another. However, the ideas held in one person’s brain communicated through their actions and speech are not necessarily the ideas the other person receives as a result of these same actions and speech. This illustrates that the idea of communication is not limited to the words and sounds that humans have developed as a means of expressing their ideas but can also extend to gestures and behaviors. Persons of any race, personality, background or gender utilize an assortment of speech and conversational skills in an attempt to communicate appropriately in a specific situation... Body Language ...
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Language as a Political Instrument
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...Language as a Political Instrument While the use of language has been in existence since time immemorial, people normally convey various messages using selective language, with some qualifying for political language. Certainly, language can play a pivotal role in relaying political messages especially in situations and environments where the impending messages may spark strong reactions (Orwell 6). More often than not, euphemism has been at the center stage of driving political messages whereby one uses a language that appears to be more controversial or less serious to disguise the reality of the situation. In this regard, it is important to note that language the manner in which people use...
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English Language Learning
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...Language Acquisition (OELA), whose task it is to establish linkages with other parent outreach specialists at the local, state and federal levels, and to help parents of English language learners understand their rights and responsibilities. The other government agencies involved include the Office of Educational Partnerships and Family Involvement (OEPFI), Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE), Office for Civil Rights (OCR), Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools (OSDFS), and Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (CFBCI). (Ruiz & Koch, online) The inclusion of the OCR... Education Law Involves Parents In English Language Learning Of Immigrant in US Introduction English...
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Arabic language in Qatar university
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...Center who believes that English language is used to communicate throughout the world in the professions of commerce as well as law (Quartz 1). He states that Qatar based students will not be able to practice law in global commercial law court because they will not be able to communicate in English language and this language is used in these courts. Works Cited Bryant, Christa Case. World Cup Spotlight Forces Qatar To Reform Despised Foreign Worker System (+Video). The Christian Science Monitor. N.p., 2014. Web. 19 Apr. 2015. Ellili-Cherif, Maha, and Haitham Alkhateeb. College Students Attitude Toward The Medium Of...
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Language Barriers in Healthcare
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...language problem by hiring translators to aide the doctors in their patient diagnosis. However, the use of these interpreters have an additional cost for the hospital even though some hospitals manage to get funding from Medicare and MedicAid for such services. Such additional costs and funding problems can easily avoided if only the medical students are taught to become conversant in one foreign language while in school. Such as move has already been implemented by the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (Science... ?Language Barriers in Healthcare America is no longer just composed of the White Man who speaks only English. The country is now a melting pot various cultures, traditions, and...
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English Language Learners
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...Language Learners (ELLs). Finally, improvements, challenges, and controversial issues facing this area of education would be analyzed, prior to presenting a concluding portion which would summarize and highlight the rationale for choosing this field of interest, how it coincides with one’s philosophy of education, and one’s future professional goals. Definition of Terms The Center for Equity and Excellence in Education (CEEE) defined the term ‘English Language Learners’ (ELLs) as “students whose first language is not English, and encompasses both students who are just beginning to learn... ? and number English Language Learners submitted English Language Learners Introduction When one viewed the wealth...
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Motivation for Learning Foreign Language
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...Language Learning: The Case of Filipino Foreign Language Learners,” TESOL Journal, 3:3-28 MacIntyre, P., Moore, B. & Noels, K. (2010) “Perspectives on Motivation in Second Language Acquisition: Lessons from the Ryoanji Garden” Retrieved from: http://www.lingref.com/cpp/slrf/2008/paper2381.pdf Nakata, Y. (2006). Motivation and experience in foreign language learning. New York, NY: Peter Lang. Norris-Holt, J. (2001). Motivation as a contributing factor in second language acquisition. The Internet TESL Journal, 7(6). Retrieved from http://iteslj.org/Articles/Norris-Motivation.html Root, E. (1999) “Motivation...
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English Language Essay
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...language and does not belong to any one nation (not any more) or race of people. English thrives and prospers in a state of anarchy and any attempt to assign watch dogs at its doorway to admonish the various different attempts at its usage, would only impoverish it. Therefore any one trying to repress its "happy air of casualness" would only meet with failure. John Leo begins his article whining about an apparent new coinage of an enterprising mind by saying "At my local recycling center, the first bin is labeled "commingled containers." Whoever dreamed up this term could have taken the easy way out... The ability of the English language to bind together people of different cultures and...
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Managing Innovation at St. Lukes Medical Center
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...language of majority of the personnel, the state-of-the-art health care facilities, and the wide array of diverse and exotic travel and recreational destinations.” (DLSU – Manila, 1) Company Background St. Lukes Medical Center (SLMC) is located in the Philippines and has provided high-quality healthcare for over a century. Founded in 1903, its mission is to provide outstanding out-patient care. Today it is the foremost and most admired hospital in the Philippines and an acknowledged leader in Asia. (SLMC About Us par. 1) The following excerpts detail the company’s relevant information which makes it one... MG:8653 Managing Innovation November 19, 2009 Managing Innovation at St. Luke’s Medical Center ...
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Aspire Learning Center: Executive Summary On Education Service
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...Center Executive Summary The Aspire Learning center is an education service provider that exists with the mission to impart the academic and developmental care giving services. It not only offers the academic aspect of education but also trains children in every aspect of their learning by providing the sports facilities and transitional education to enter school, college or enroll in the course of graduate programs. It accommodates children between 7 and 15 years of age and has 200-250 students at the campus. All of them are provided with personal supervision and care regarding their academic and extracurricular activities. Moreover, the students are also made capable of join... Aspire Learning Center...
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Teaching English Language
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...Language Learners MONOLINGUALTEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS AND BELIEFS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS TOWARDS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS GRACE SARKAR Order No. 344636 14 December 2009 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 3 Importance of Study 3 Statement of Problem 3 Research Questions 4 Limitation of Study 4 Definition of Terms 4 Literature Review 5 Conclusion 16 Research Design 16 Methodology 17 Sample 17 Procedures 18 Ethics 18 Sources 20 MONOLINGUAL TEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS... AND BELIEFS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS TOWARDS ENGLISH LANGUAGE...
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Language and Communication for Science
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...Center for Science and Technology. The center identified relevant information, translated it into the Japanese language, stored, retrieved, and disseminated the information. More to these, the country invested heavily in translating the available information from English to Japanese, thus making it easier to advance scientific research in Japan. Additionally, JICST adopted the use of computers, which ensured... Language 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...
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