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Grammar & AP Style Review

Grammar & AP Style Review

Grammar & AP Style Review. Today…. Grammar Review AP Style Writing Process. Word Choice. Check the spelling and meaning of your words It’s/its Affect/effect See page 117 in your textbook. What’s wrong with these statements?. The building was totally destroyed.

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Communicating Meaning

Communicating Meaning

Communicating Meaning. Appendix C: Communicating Meaning. Communication theory = what happens when we communicate Semantics = the way we perceive and process information. Appendix C: Communicating Meaning. Communication Process Perception Interpretation Selection Encoding Transmission

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Jargon

Jargon

Jargon. Jargon is any language that acts as a barrier rather than a pathway to communication. The expression is unclear, wordy, weak, awkward, ugly or imprecise. When words exclude, mystify, confuse or obscure truth, the language fails to do its job: communicate! Avoid this type of jargon!.

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Jargon

Jargon

Jargon. Jargon is defined as “language that is used or understood only by a select group of people.”. Examples of Groups of People Who Use Jargon:. Medical Professionals Education Professionals Computer Techs Star Trekkies. Basketball Jargon. Airball Boards Double Double/Triple Double

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Assessment Jargon

Assessment Jargon

Assessment Jargon. The who, what, where, why, when, and how of writing end-of-the-year reports. Sarah Todd Director of Institutional Research and Assessment Presentation to School of Business and Liberal Arts August 24, 2012 todds@canton.edu. What is Assessment?.

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Jargon Explained

Jargon Explained

Jargon Explained. Controlled… Speaking & Listening. Students are allowed to prepare for a set task in class. They are then given a specific amount of time to complete the task independently. The marks gained count towards the final exam.

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Chinook Jargon

Chinook Jargon

Chinook Jargon. David Hunt LING 455 May , 2006. Native Multilingualism Trade (transportation routes) Slavery. European Introduction Trade Fur Gold rush Decline: Economic shifts Reservations Negative stigma. Development & Adaptation. Geographic Spread. Attempts at revival

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Iditarod Jargon

Iditarod Jargon

Iditarod Jargon. Perseverance. The act of persistence; activity maintained in spite of difficulties. Fatigue. A loss of strength that is caused by hard work or mental effort. Athabascan. A tribe of Northern Canadian and Alaskan natives. V eteran. A person who is experienced at their work.

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Iditarod Jargon

Iditarod Jargon

Iditarod Jargon. The specialized or technical language (vocabulary) of a trade, profession, or similar group. Musher. Person who mans the dog sled team. Perseverance. The act of persistence; activity maintained in spite of difficulties. Fatigue.

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2001 - JARGON

2001 - JARGON

2001 - JARGON. Sophia Ronald Allen Lynn Denise Stanley Jessica Sherri Phoeniex 588201350- 588201374 - 588201116— 588201271- 588201518— 588201453 —58820157 -586201203- 588201128. Reference: 快樂與希望 高強華主編 國立臺灣師範大學印行  2000 年 3 月初版

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Objekt - „Jargon“

Objekt - „Jargon“

Objekt - „Jargon“. Programmierung II Prof. Dr. Michael Löwe. Inhalt. Begriffe Objekterzeugung: „New“, „Create“ etc. Das Undefinierte: „Nil“, „Null“, „Nothing“ etc. Objektzuweisung: „:=“, „Set...=“ etc. Das Clonen: „clone“, „copy“, etc. Objektvergleich: „=“, „==“, „Is“ etc.

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Juicy Jargon

Juicy Jargon

Juicy Jargon. Chapter 6. Red bone marrow Yellow bone marrow Long bones Short bones Flat bones Irregular bones Diaphysis Epiphyses Metaphyses Articular cartilage Periosteum Medullary Cavity Endosteum Osteogenic cells Osteoblasts Osteocytes Osteoclasts Compact bone tissue.

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