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6.3 Making a self-assessment

The ability to self-assess your work is a critical skill for you to develop if you want to improve your performance. If you can assess your own work accurately and identify the gap between what is required and what you are producing, you are more likely to be able to close the gap. But making an accurate and honest self-assessment is not an easy skill to develop, even though it is crucial in learning how to learn. Some courses do ask you to self-assess your work and submit your comments as pa
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24.244 Modal Logic (MIT)
Modal logic is the logic of necessity and possibility, and by extension of analogously paired notions like validity and consistency, obligation and permission, the known and the not-ruled-out. This a first course in the area. A solid background in first-order logic is essential. Topics to be covered include (some or all of) the main systems of propositional modal logic, Kripkean "possible world" semantics, strict implication, contingent identity, intensional objects, counterpart theory
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5.1 Reading an Act of Parliament

In Parts A and B of this course we have examined what influences determine which Acts of Parliament are made and the process by which they are made. In Part D I would like to show you some examples of what an Act of Parliament looks like, how Acts of Parliament are structured and how you should read an Act of Parliament.

Copies of all Acts of Parliament have been kept since 1497. Most of these are kept in the House of Lords Record Office in the Victoria Tower at Westminster and are avai
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The World of Peter Rabbit And Friends: Beatrix Potter - Tailor of Gloucester, Part 1 of 5
Another installment in this exceptional series.  The film with a portrayal of Beatrix Potter listening to children carolers singing in the snow, then moves into an animation of her story, The Tailor of Gloucester.  Part 1 of 5  (5:00)
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In this video, the instructor uses the white board to work out a sample algrebra SAT math problem covering roots of an equation.
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By the end of this section, you will be able to: State the main digestive roles of the liver, pancreas, and gallbladder Identify three main features of liver histology […]

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