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Enhancing oral skills
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn Semester 2010. Enhancing Oral Skills (EOS) is a project aimed to provide French beginners with listening activities available on the University of Nottingham (Ningbo campus) platform WebCT (Virtual Self-Access Centre) for their self-study at the very first stage of their learning. The activities have been created taking into account the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEF
Author(s): Comerio Giovanna;Delcloque Philippe Dr

Enhancing Physics Knowledge for Teaching – Mechanics
The approach we’ll be taking in this session will set the structure for the whole of the module. We’ll begin by introducing a problem that will cover the main learning objectives of the session. We’ll then look at what is required to solve this problem; We’ll build up this knowledge step by step, applying it to the solution of the problem as we proceed. When we get to the end we will have found a solution to the problem. Then we’ll invite you to try some problems covering again some o
Author(s): Derek Raine

Enhancing Physics Knowledge for Teaching – Electric and Magnetic Fields
This session will introduce you to electric and magnetic fields. We’ll look at what we mean by a field and at what electric charge is and relate the two through Gauss’s theorem. From this we’ll derive Coulomb’s law for the force between charges. Then we’ll look at the concept of electrical potential which is related to the work done in moving a charge through a field. We’ll return to the notion of capacitance which we used in session 4, this time looking at how capacitance is compute
Author(s): Naomi Banks

Enhancing Physics Knowledge for Teaching – Magnetic fields
In this session we’ll begin with Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction. We’ll describe and use the analogy between a current loop and a magnetic dipole and study the magnetic energy in various situations, including the energy density of a magnetic field. Finally we’ll look at magnetic forces from the point of view of the interaction between moving electrical charges, the Lorentz force law, and describe the force between current carry wires, the Biot-Savart law.
Author(s): Sarah Symons

Enhancing Physics Knowledge for Teaching – Condensed matter
In this session we’ll look at certain macroscopic properties of solids that result from the quantum mechanical behaviour of electrons. This field of physics initially concerned just the behaviour of solids so was referred to as solid state physics. It has been called condensed matter physics since the late 1960s, when it was realised that the type of collective behaviour extended beyond that of electrons in solids to many other systems such as, for example, superfluids.
Author(s): Samuel Atarah

Brushing Your Teeth Correctly: Dental Care & Oral Hygiene
Brushing Your Teeth Correctly: Dental Care &amp; Oral Hygiene. Part of the series: How to brush your teeth properly and get expert tips and advice on how to maintain healthy teeth and gums. Good illustrations.
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Recording School Desegregation: Conduct Your Own Oral History Project
In this unit, students will research the history of school desegregation, and bring that history to life by listening to oral histories of North Carolinians who lived through desegregation. Students will then become historians, recording their own oral histories with relatives or community members, and reflecting on the experience through writing. The oral histories will be collected into a final project and placed in the school’s library for students and teachers to study in the future.
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21F.705 Oral Communication in Spanish (MIT)
A second-year intermediate course that includes vocabulary enhancement and limited review of selected points of grammar. Focuses on listening comprehension and speaking, with group activities, discussions and individual oral reports based on readings, films, music and art.
Author(s): Morgenstern, Douglas

Lesson 149: Oral vowels and nasal vowels
In this lesson you are going to learn about the importance of oral and nasal vowels.

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Author(s): contactus@brazilianportuguesepod.com (contactus@br

Lesson 270: Oral and nasal diphthongs
In this lesson you are going to learn how to pronounce oral and nasal diphthongs in Brazilian Portuguese

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Author(s): contactus@brazilianportuguesepod.com (contactus@br

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In this lesson Valdo and Michelle can't figure out why it is so difficult to get medicine from a pharmacy in the United States. This whole idea of g
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The Perfect Defense: The Oral Defense of a Dissertation
http://www.tamu.edu Dr. Valerie Balester talks about how to prepare and what to expect when defending your dissertation.
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Enhancing Education with Technology Blog
Enhance your classroom online or on campus with various tools and techniques that enhance educational pedagogy.
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Imagining the City: Memories and cultures in Cape Town
The overriding strength of this book is that it places people, ordinary people at the centre of memory at the centre of historical and contemporary experience and thus at the centre of re-imagining and owning the city of Cape Town It is as they speak what they choose to say what they choose to remain silent about that we become aware of the possibilities of the city if it really did embrace all its people in all of their diversity. From the Foreword by Mike van Graan playwright and arts activist
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"The Closing of the ICTY and its Effect on Justice and Accountability in the Former Yugoslavia"
This panel explores how the impending closing of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) will affect justice and accountability in the Balkans including: the integration of international human rights standards on a national level, the challenges and opportunities confronting the domestic courts and the role of the media/civil society. Distinguished panelists in
Author(s): The Center for International Studies at the Univer

Crisis, Contagion and Bailouts: What's Next for the European Union?
In the run-up to this week's announcement of the European Union's \$960 billion stabilization plan, Wharton management professors Mauro Guillén and Saikat Chaudhuri, and Jean Salmona, founder and chairman of the editorial board of ParisTech Review, participated in an interview with Knowledge@Wharton on likely outcomes from the financial crisis facing Greece, some of its sister countries and the European Monetary Union more generally. How did events spin so out of control? How will the politics o
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Concepts and methods for exploring the future of learning with digital technologies. Kaleidoscope
Very little of the transformation of working and social life that has accompanied digital technologies is reflected in the practice of learning and teaching, or in the quality of research. Kaleidoscope's central aims are to fill these gaps in research by integrating existing European initiatives to develop a rich, culturally-diverse and coherent theoretical and practical research foundation for research and innovation, and developping new tools and methodologies that operationalize an interdisci
Author(s): Balacheff Nicolas,Noss Richard,Verdejo Maria Felis

Operationalizing macro-scripts in CSCL technological settings
This paper presents a conceptual analysis of the technological dimensions related to the operationalization of CSCL macro-scripts. CSCL scripts are activity models that aim at enhancing the probability knowledge generative interactions such as conflict resolution, explanation or mutual regulation occur during the collaboration process. We first recall basics about CSCL scripts and macro-scripts. Then, we propose an analysis of some core issues that must be made explicit and taken into account wh
Author(s): Tchounikine Pierre

Training strategies and knowledge acquisition: Using the same reflective tools for different purpose
The Emma educational system embodies a Knowledge Based System (KBS) that models a problem-solving method defined at an abstract level. In order to allow different explicit problem-solvings, the KBS is based on a Task-Method modelisation. The objectives of this paper are (1) to explain how we take advantage of the flexibility provided by the modelisation by using analysis-modules that can study what the influence of the student's propositions on the rest of the solving is; (2) to highlight that e
Author(s): Choquet Christophe,Tchounikine Pierre,Trichet Fran

Supporting Learners Appropriation of a Web-Based Learning Curriculum
This article presents an approach and tools that can help learners appropriate a Web-based learning curriculum and become active participants in their learning. The approach is based on a detailed modeling of the curriculum and intends to equip the learners with different computer-based tools facilitating a multiple point of view perception of the curriculum, while promoting self evaluation and self regulation of the learners curriculum performance. The proposed architecture is generic and can
Author(s): Rasseneur-Coffinet Dorothee,Smyrniou Georgia,Tchou