Oceanography also called oceanology or marine science, is the branch of Earth science that studies the ocean. It covers a wide range of topics, including marine organisms and ecosystem dynamics; ocean currents, waves, and geophysical fluid dynamics; plate tectonics and the geology of the sea floor; and fluxes of various chemical substances and physical properties within the ocean and across its boundaries. These diverse topics reflect multiple disciplines that oceanographers blend to further knowledge of the world ocean and understanding of processes within it: biology, chemistry, geology, meteorology, and physics as well as geography.
S. school system despite speaking, reading and writing English. The classroom environment was foreign. Not only did I need to learn academic content, I had to learn the cultural nuances as well. I remember feeling overwhelmed and sometimes overburdened. The use of pictures, artifacts, diagrams and video clips during lessons help to some extent, even so, the study “suggests three ways that teachers can enhance knowledge construction of ELL students: (1) Teachers should take time to understand the cultures of their ELL students, (2) Teachers should be open to new possibilities of meaning, and (3) Teachers should take time to listen to the storylines each ELL student brings into the classroom learning environment” (Strickland, 2012, pp.
Within this paper we will take a brief look at the Language Acquisition Principles and how they work on the behalf of ELL students. We will see how these principles can be applied within our own learning environment. There is much information from Walqui article that gives a brief overview of ELL students and how things looked in the past for these students. Now that times has change we will see how educators can make the requirements for ELL students better and more effective for teacher and students. Hopefully, as we look at ways of changing learning for our ELL students we must remember that every student learns differently. Even if you follow the principles from
In 1995 Barack Obama released his emotional memoir, Dreams of My Father. The novel reveals profound stories on how the current U.S. President faced endeavors in order to acknowledge and comprehend the efforts that structured the man he is today; a man who is the son of an African American male and the son of a white American mother. The death of his father elicited recollection, thus motivating the powerful journey toward the truth about his father and for a feasible significance in his life as an African American male.
In the beginning, my thesis was about to compare both tyrants, but you advised me to add David Irving in my thesis to disprove his assumptions. Then, I added it into my thesis, too. Now, if it looks irrelevant, let me change it? Otherwise, I would like to show that the discrimination of one care or religion is not limited to a leader, and people and even scholars support their ideas, after even the leaders died.
This program is designed for the unit of HSC English Standard which aims to develop students understanding, competency and appreciation of the English language. In studying this unit, students will be provided with the opportunity to explore various textual forms so as to become reflective, insightful and effective communicators in an ever-changing society. It is becoming apparent that our classes are now more culturally diverse, thus our teaching practices should reflect those changes. The demographics of this English class is made of up 24 male students of mixed academic abilities from multicultural backgrounds. It is single-sex public system school, located in Western Sydney. This has influenced the selection of texts, supplementary content
I will say that this is the cleverest diction that I ever hear. It is very accurate to say that reading to write a dissertation is a hardest thing. At the beginning of my doctoral journey, I quickly understand that I need to be able to produce a dissertation free of errors. This evidence put me in the situation where I have to master my grammar skills, my sentence structures, my English vocabulary and my spelling. In addition, I have to be able to avoid plagiarisms, use voices and tone that are proper to doctoral level writing. I also need to use proper citations and references. In brief, I need to be able to identify and create a unique academic English writing style that follows accepted norms and languages at the doctoral level. The work
When she was in her young age living with her grandfather and her cousin. Every day she would get up and work for her grandfather and at the end of the day she would go play with her cousins. Then Henrietta and her cousin came to a liking with each other. I have been raised to know that having a liking for your family member is just wrong and you should not do it. So I feel that Henrietta should fall in love with someone who is not related to her.
“Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane” (Martin Luther King, Jr.). Do you agree with this statement? Write an essay persuading readers of your point of view. Support your arguments with evidence from appropriate sources.
The five-paragraph essay Main article: Five paragraph essay Some students' first exposure to the genre is the five paragraph essay, a highly structured form requiring an introduction presenting the thesis statement; three body paragraphs, each of which presents an idea to support the thesis together with supporting evidence and quotations; and a conclusion, which restates the thesis and summarizes the supporting points. The use of this format is controversial. Proponents argue that it teaches students how to organize their thoughts clearly in writing; opponents characterize its structure as rigid and repetitive.  Academic essays Longer academic essays (often with a word limit of between 2,000 and 5,000 words) are often more
Elvis Wagner investigated the use of video texts in testing the listening of ESL students within the experiment exhibited in his article, “The effect of the use of video texts on ESL listening test-taker performance.” While the article itself was based heavily around the experiment conducted to test the effectiveness of video texts in testing listening, Wagner posed very interesting questions which he hoped his findings would portray. Wagner’s first question was the most interesting and asked,
The professional development of a teacher can be a challenging task yet not impossible. During the process of this course I have learned how to face this challenge. However developing my own ideas and style of language teaching is still a work in progress. As a prospective language teacher I take in all methods and principles this course as given me. In doing so I believe it will make me a better professional. This course has presented me with some thoughts ELT teachers need to have once the period of formal training is over.
The researchers conducted the study used purposeful sampling to identify and select the twenty-eight elementary aged ESL students in grades 2-5. The participants came
Development of an individual economy passes through different economic phases. Sometimes it is booming and sometimes it suffers from recession. This phenomenon can be viewed as projection of consumption and investment strategies of the individuals and the government of the country. Interest rate, being a major factor of economics, plays a great role in economic activities carried out by nation and the nationalities. A change in interest rates may affect other factors of the economy. For instance, investment strategies of the investors, consumption strategies of the individuals, foreign exchange, imports, exports etc. are affected by the interest rates. An increase in interest rates may decrease the investment, decrease the
The previous paragraphs have discussed differences in role which were shown to be ones of emphasis rather than approach or exigency. However, and here I wish to move to the EAP context, there are certainly distinct differences between the roles of General English and EAP teachers when it comes to their place in an institution. While it is true to say that in the wider societal scheme of things it is very rare for any teacher to be accorded due respect, it is the case that an EAP teacher will have to strive more strenuously to negotiate a position conducive to effective work. Tim Johns adduces five common complaints : “low priority in timetabling; lack of personal/professional contact with subject teachers; lower status/grade than subject teachers; isolation from other teachers of English doing similar work; lack of respect from students.”