10 Social Media Tips for Reaching World Language Learners Feeling outdated, not connected, or even totally lost in the digital age? Well, let me assure you, droning on and on about grammatical structures is a surefire way to quickly lose student interest in the world language classroom. Instead, embrace something which truly interests the millennial student: social media. 第5回 物語の背景は？ 作品に適した文体とは？ 今回も多数のご応募ありがとうございました。 第4回の課題文 She was a Department of the Army civilian, a DAC, singing a daily quarter hour over the American Far East Network, in a slot between the ball-game transcription and the news.
The five keys to a great infographic Great infographics don't happen by accident; rather a carefully crafted infographic displays various attributes that contribute to its overall success. I've come up with a simple way to summarize these attributes into what I call CHART: the five keys to a great infographic. The first key is Contrast; Contrast in a design creates tension and displays a clear distinction or difference offering no ambiguity. In graphic design, Contrast can be used to draw a viewer's attention to a specific area. For example, a splash of color amidst the grayscale image, but it's equally important when displaying data. 10 wonderfully Lovecraftian Films with HPL, the Necronomicon and Cthulhu nowhere in sight If you’ve come to visit this page then it’s safe to bet that you are likely a fan of H. P. Lovecraft. And being a fan of HPL you probably know or feel, that Lovecraft isn’t just a preconceived mythology, but also a state of mind and mood.
IOL - International Linguistics Olympiad : Problems from IOL 2016 are now up! Tuesday, August 23, 2016 Problems from IOL 2016 are now up! The problem set of the International Linguistics Olympiad 2016 in Mysore are now up for all to access and try out! Click here to see 'em! This year, the team contest involved listening to audio clips in !Xóõ (ISO-code: nmn) – a Khoisan language of Africa with not only tones, but also a large number of click consonants. Mix It Up! Authentic Activities for the World Language Classroom Do you ever feel stuck in a rut while planning your language classes? Perhaps you spend a lot of time lecturing at the white board, use the same activities with different vocabulary for every unit, or rely on teaching students grammar because that's how you were taught. No matter your "go to" activity, we are all much more engaging when we vary our activities and make them relatable. If the speaker is engaging, a good lecture every now and then is enjoyable.
Workshop ‘The imaginaries of translation’ [Call for papers] – les imaginaires de la traduction With the support of Campus Condorcet (Paris XIII, Paris III, in partnership with Ghent University) March 4, 2017, 9h00-18h00, Sorbonne University, Auditorium Bourjac, 17 rue de la Sorbonne, 75005 Paris This workshop is part of the Campus Condorcet initiative and wishes to introduce new ideas concerning the theory and practice of literary translation. The first half of the workshop will be devoted to translation theory.
Evaluating Information - Citing and Writing Help - SJSU Research Guides at San José State University Library When you search for information, you're going to find lots of it . . . but is it good information? You will have to determine that for yourself, and the CRAAP Test can help. The CRAAP Test is a list of questions to help you evaluate the information you find. Different criteria will be more or less important depending on your situation or need. Key: An asterisk (*) indicates that criterion is for Web sources only Econometrics — still lacking a valid ontological foundation from Lars Syll Important and far-reaching problems still beset regression analysis and econometrics – many of which basically are a result of an unsustainable ontological view. Most econometricians have a nominalist-positivist view of science and models, according to which science can only deal with observable regularity patterns of a more or less lawlike kind. Only data matters and trying to (ontologically) go beyond observed data in search of underlying real factors and relations that generate the data is not admissable. All has to take place in the model of the econometric mind, since the real factors and relations according to the econometric (epistemologically based) methodology are beyond reach, since they, allegedly, are both unobservable and unmeasurable. This also means that instead of treating the model-based findings as interesting clues for digging deepeer into real structures and mechanisms, they are treated as the end points of the investigation.
Laurence Anthony's Software WebParaNews A web-based interface to the Japanese-English News Articles database of the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT). WebParaNews is developed in collaboration with Kiyomi CHUJO (Nihon University, Japan). The WebParaNews Concordancer