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Lengua Inglesa II 2009-2010 Topic 2: Text and Text Types

Lengua Inglesa II 2009-2010 Topic 2: Text and Text Types

Lengua Inglesa II 2009-2010 Topic 2: Text and Text Types. Tom Morton IV-bis 205 tom.morton@uam.es. 2. Text and Text Types. 1. What is a text?. A text is … A language unit With a definable communicative function Can be spoken or written Size doesn’t matter: “Don’t Litter!”.

By philena
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Database of Latin Dictionaries

Database of Latin Dictionaries

Database of Latin Dictionaries. Scholarly responsibility: Centre ‘ Traditio Litterarum Occidentalium ’ Offers 3 kinds of dictionaries: Translating dictionaries Etymological dictionaries Historical dictionaries ‘ Live Link ’ with Library of Latin Texts Search on entries

By kevlyn
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Theory & methods –Lesson 2

Theory & methods –Lesson 2

Is sociology a science? How scientific should Sociology be? Literacy focus. Theory & methods –Lesson 2 . Is sociology a science????. Just 3 minutes POSTIVIST, OBJECTIVE, METAPHYSICAL PARADIGM, POPPER, CUMULATIVE EMPIRICLE, SOCIAL FACTS, INTERPRETIVIST. Running dictation.

By ova
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We usually use the active voice in writing and speaking. E.g.

We usually use the active voice in writing and speaking. E.g.

We usually use the active voice in writing and speaking. E.g. The girl. kicked. the ball. Someone or something (the agent). does something (verb). to someone or something else (recipient). Here’s another example:. The rain. soaked. the pitch. Someone or something

By lakia
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Kinds of Text

Kinds of Text

Kinds of Text. Essential Questions. What are the different kinds of text? How can knowing the kind of text help me to understand what I read?. Narrative Text. Narrative text is text that is written to tell a story Narrative text includes fiction text, like stories

By bluma
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Speech of Introduction

Speech of Introduction

Speech of Introduction. Speaking with notecards Crafting the thesis and intro. Speaking with Note cards. You are allowed to use note cards for every speech You may only use small white note cards No color cards. They are distracting. No big note cards. They are cumbersome.

By terrica
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Literacy Development in Language as Subject

Literacy Development in Language as Subject

Literacy Development in Language as Subject . Mike Fleming. Outline. Changing ideas about literacy development in language as subject Tensions Relationship between language as subject and language in other subjects . Changing ideas. Traditional Moving On Maturing. Traditional.

By jered
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Mountain Lake Music

Mountain Lake Music

Mountain Lake Music. Brent Gault Indiana University Jacobs School of Music bgault@indiana.edu. This song originates from Scotland and the text attempts to recreate a bit of the Scottish “brogue.” I found a bit more information about the song at:

By cais
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Generating Ideas III : Author’s Purpose

Generating Ideas III : Author’s Purpose

Generating Ideas III : Author’s Purpose. Objective: To understand and form an opinion of the author’s purpose C.C.S.S.: W8.9, SL8.1. Before authors put pen to paper…. They need to think about what they are writing and WHY

By satya
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2.5 Introducing Pygmalion

2.5 Introducing Pygmalion

2.5 Introducing Pygmalion. You will need the following: SSR Book Composition Book Pygmalion Please turn off and put away electronic devices. 2.5 Introducing Pygmalion. SSR Read a book of your choosing silently for fifteen minutes. 2.5 Introducing Pygmalion. Objective:

By morrison
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How Did Foreign Influence Change Japan Despite Policies of Isolation?

How Did Foreign Influence Change Japan Despite Policies of Isolation?

How Did Foreign Influence Change Japan Despite Policies of Isolation?. Chinese and Koreans were permitted limited access to the country, some Japanese were allowed to go to Korea. Dutch and Chinese had the most influence. Dutch had the most influence on medicine.

By tilden
(273 views)

STAAR: What do we notice?

STAAR: What do we notice?

STAAR: What do we notice?. ELA STAAR – What we noticed. Figure 19 Text complexity Read like a writer (author’s purpose & craft) Textual evidence. Instructional Implications: ELA. Close reading Make connections across different texts Short texts Academic Vocabulary Text evidence

By danton
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HOLY ROSARY CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL

HOLY ROSARY CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL

HOLY ROSARY CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL. Year Six Information. Year 6 Staff. J7- Mrs.Stanley J8- Mrs.Casey TA/ICT Support Mr.Brown. General Class Information. An attendance award will be given to the junior class that has the highest percentage attendance each week.

By kalani
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Of Mice and Men Intro

Of Mice and Men Intro

Of Mice and Men Intro. Today’s Schedule. OBJECTIVE : improve writing skills and reading comprehension making predictions and analyzing different texts Title WordWeb Intro to Big Questions for Of Mice and Men Intro to setting of the novel time period and location. Creating a Word Web.

By reyna
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