Mga Uri Ng Pagsulat

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Mga uri ng Pagsulat:

I. Akademik

a. Lab Report

Prepared for: Dr. Chuks Ogbonnaya
By: Deborah A. Smith February 27, 1990
Transpiration is the evaporation of water particles from plant surfaces, especially from the surface openings, or stomates, on leaves. Stomatal transpiration accounts for most of the water loss by a plant, but some direct evaporation also takes place through the surfaces of the epidermal cells of the leaves.
The amount of water given off depends somewhat upon how much water the roots of the plant have absorbed. It also depends upon such environmental conditions as sunlight, humidity, winds and temperature. A plant should not be transplanted in full sunshine
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b. Term Paper

Di Cognitive Analytic Therapy

Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) works on reflecting with the client how she/he can understand why things went wrong in the past, and how client can be guided so that things will not go wrong in the future. This therapy seeks to apply the step by step approach of cognitive therapy – developed by Anthony Ryle, in the 1970’s Anthony Ryle used his background as a GP and work experience as a Consultant Psychotherapist to develop this mode of therapy. CAT focuses on the why emotional or psychological problems have occurred and to do this the therapist guides the client back to his her childhood where the root incident occurred that has resulted in manifestation of current problem. After eliciting the root cause then the therapist examines how the client has learned to cope with the problem and how effective is the coping mechanism. The final step is guidance of the therapist to help improve the client’s method of coping. A typical therapy includes 5 to 22 sessions and often includes both oral and written work which is shared face to face with the client. The close of therapy typically involves good bye letters to signify formal termination of the treatment process. CAT can help in a variety of disorders like; anxiety, depression, relationship problems etc.

II. Teknikal

a. Feasibility Study
This feasibility study
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