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Accent & dialect

Accent & dialect

Accent & dialect. Dialect Each dialect of English is spoken in a particular area or by a particular group of people . Dialects are differences in words and grammar that reveal which country or part of the country a person comes from .

By haracha
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cHaPtE r 2o

cHaPtE r 2o

cHaPtE r 2o. Inclusive Language. Avoid –isms Sexism, racism, heterosexism (other barriers) Slang Occasion, audience, speaker, “the slang” Jargon Context, audience, speaker, “jargon” Obscenities Big or Cultural words. Accurate Language. Grammatically correct Good/well Easy/ easily

By yael
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THE ‘SOUND’ FORMULA FOR LITERACY: A TEACHER’S REFLECTION AND DISCOVERY

THE ‘SOUND’ FORMULA FOR LITERACY: A TEACHER’S REFLECTION AND DISCOVERY

THE ‘SOUND’ FORMULA FOR LITERACY: A TEACHER’S REFLECTION AND DISCOVERY. ELTDP SYMPOSIUM 2013. HANIZA KHAMIS SK KG SELAMAT, KUNAK, SABAH. My Reflections. During the KBSR era, I taught reading to my pupils using the Whole Word method.

By jaclyn
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Speech Guidelines

Speech Guidelines

Speech Guidelines. Environmental Issues. What NOT to do…. What could this student have done to improve the delivery of this speech? Create a list of ideas while you watch the speech. DO THIS!!!!. Create a list of what makes this speaker AMAZING!!! SPEECH. PRACTICE!!!.

By maree
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Life After Financial Aid – Developing Essential Skills

Life After Financial Aid – Developing Essential Skills

Life After Financial Aid – Developing Essential Skills. NJASFAA Annual Fall Conference, 2011 Gisele Joachim, Dean of Enrollment Management, Seton Hall Law School. Essential Skills. Written Communication Analytical Ability Verbal Communication Technological Skills. Written Communication.

By yadid
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Delivering Your Speech

Delivering Your Speech

Public Speaking – chapter 14. Delivering Your Speech. Physical appearance Control gestures Make eye contact Pronounce words clearly Vocal variation Pause for effect. The Big day.

By demi
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Two Paths: Reflections on Technology in Music Education

Two Paths: Reflections on Technology in Music Education

Two Paths: Reflections on Technology in Music Education. Rick Dammers BIMUC April 27, 2007. Rationale. Rationale. Rationale. Opportunity: Ubiquitous computing in the music classroom Systems Approach: People and purposes before technology. Overview. Two Paths:

By trilby
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Organization of the Nervous System

Organization of the Nervous System

Organization of the Nervous System. Meninges - 3 layers. Dura Mater Superficial Fuses brain to skull Arachnoid Reduces friction Filled with CSF; shock absorber Pia Mater Very Vascular; needs a lot of oxygen due to high metabolic rate of neurons. Cerebrum Diencephalon Midbrain Pons

By monita
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Reference Review

Reference Review

Reference Review. Dictionary. Almanac. Online Database. Atlas. Thesaurus. Encyclopedia. Which One?. An alphabetical listing that tells the meaning of words, how to pronounce words, and how to spell words. Dictionary. Dictionary. Guide words Parts of speech Meanings of words

By elsa
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Oral Communications

Oral Communications

Oral Communications. P.E.A.R P ronunciation E xpressiveness A rticulation and R hythm and Fluency Compiled by Bernard Kang or . Pronunciation. Tests on the accuracy of saying a word using particular sounds. Students are usually tested on the following:

By dalmar
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The Word Within the Word

The Word Within the Word

The Word Within the Word. Stem Lesson 12 Part 2 (stems 291-300). 291. diplo. Sentence example: She folded the diplo ma and handed it to the waiting diplo mat. meaning: double. Clue Words: diplococcus, diploid, diplomacy, diplomat, diplopia. 292. dys.

By niabi
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Contextual Analysis Ch5. (cont.)

Contextual Analysis Ch5. (cont.)

Contextual Analysis Ch5. (cont.). 1. Syntactic clues 2. Semantic clues. The man was attacked by a marbohem. Snytax. What’s a marbohem? Using the structure of the sentence, we know it is a noun. Noun markers verb markers clause markers: if, now, before

By kelsey-hurley
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Reference Review

Reference Review

Reference Review. Dictionary. Almanac. Online Database. Atlas. Thesaurus. Encyclopedia. Which One?. An alphabetical listing that tells the meaning of words, how to pronounce words, and how to spell words. Dictionary. Dictionary. Guide words Parts of speech Meanings of words

By buckminster-prince
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What is a dictionary? By Mrs. Wilkin

What is a dictionary? By Mrs. Wilkin

What is a dictionary? By Mrs. Wilkin. What is a dictionary?. Non-fiction (true) Information about words Reference book Not read from cover to cover. Why do we use a dictionary?. Spelling Definitions Parts of speech How to pronounce words. How to use a dictionary.

By avonaco-williams
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Exploring Language: Lecture # 29

Exploring Language: Lecture # 29

Exploring Language: Lecture # 29. To discuss four different features of language. i ) The sound system ,( ii) the vocabulary (lexical), (iii) the grammatical system, (iv) the discourse system To learn how to teach these features of language. Review of the last lectures.

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