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Cracking the UGC-NET

Cracking the UGC-NET

Cracking the UGC-NET. U. Fathima Farzana , Assistant Professor of English, SRI. S. RAMASAMY NAIDU MEMORIAL College. What is NET?. National Eligibility Test for Lectureship and Junior Research Fellow.

By erna
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Carol Ann Duffy

Carol Ann Duffy

Thursday 21/11/2012 Aims and Objectives -To contextualise the poem and poet. -To introduce the class to the concept of the dramatic monologue. -To read and begin annotating and analysing “Medusa” by Carol Ann Duffy. Carol Ann Duffy. Born in Glasgow, 1955.

By arwen
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23 rd May pm

23 rd May pm

23 rd May pm. Lots!. 23 rd May pm. Fewer…!. How Are We Supposed To Do It?. AO1 • respond to texts critically and imaginatively; select and evaluate relevant textual detail to illustrate and support interpretations (SAY INTELLINGENT THINGS! INTERPRET AND ANALYSE. QUOTE) AO2

By torn
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Fairy Tales

Fairy Tales

Fairy Tales. Storytelling.….What’s the difference?. A. Myth: 1. Cultures all over the world tell traditional stories about their gods and beliefs about life. 2. Myths often explain the creation of the world, people, and nature.

By hazina
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Writing Memoir Leads

Writing Memoir Leads

Writing Memoir Leads. Grabbing the reader’s attention with an interesting opening. Types of Leads ~ Descriptive. Descriptive leads ~ These ‘set’ the scene by painting a picture in the reader’s mind.

By majed
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WRITING

WRITING

WRITING. E-MAILS & FORMAL LETTERS. expressions. Snail mail, paper mail , postal mail , land mail , or simply (air) mail and post . are all conventional postal delivery services (not via internet). “correspondence”. Which of the following defines correspondence?

By bernard-peck
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Writing Memoir Leads

Writing Memoir Leads

Writing Memoir Leads. Grabbing the reader’s attention with an interesting opening. Types of Leads ~ Descriptive. Descriptive leads ~ These ‘set’ the scene by painting a picture in the reader’s mind.

By jennifer-jenkins
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Formatting Business Documents

Formatting Business Documents

Formatting Business Documents. Correspondence and Memos. Formatting Correspondence and Memos Many methods Letter and punctuation styles Stationery and margins Required parts Optional parts. Welcome and Introduction. We’ve all likely seen poorly formatted memos.

By gigil
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Writing Memoir Leads

Writing Memoir Leads

Writing Memoir Leads. Grabbing the reader’s attention with an interesting opening. Where to Begin.

By samsl
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Writing Letters

Writing Letters

Writing Letters. Tamyra Horst. Leadership Certification Course - Level 1. A good letter begins with the paper it’s written on Letters written for your ministry should be written on letterhead When creating your own letterhead, invest in good paper. Fonts that are easy to read. Arial

By cohn
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