• What is Research
    a particular individual, situation, or group DESCRIPTIVE RESEARCH Designed for the investigator to gather information about present existing conditions • involves collection of data to test the hypothesis or to answer questions concerning the current status of the subject of the study...
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  • The Great Gatsby Comparison
    the actions within the plot. In this case my choice would go to the book, the movie is descriptive but not nearly as much as the book or at least you wouldn’t be able to understand certain things Fitzgerald pulls out in the novel such ass the meaning of the green light or the way they dress...
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  • Management skill
    attributes of supportive communication are described in the text? A) 1 B) 3 C) 6 D) 8 E) None of the above Answer: D Explanation: A) Incorrect. Eight attributes of supportive communication are described in the text. Supportive communication is (1) congruent, not incongruent, (2) descriptive...
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  • C# Documentation Life Cycle
    compiler will expect you to give documentation for them all. Describes the return value for a method. As the descriptive field is just free text there is no compiler checking. Describes an exception that may be thrown by a method. The 'cref' attribute refers to a type or field (such as...
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  • Llalaaa
    : Descriptive text bisa mendeskripsikan benda (termasuk tempat), atau hewan atau orang tertentu The first paragraph: Identification Berikut ini adalah paragraf pertama dari descriptive text: The Eiffel Tower is an iron lattice tower located on the Champ de Mars in Paris. Built in 1889, it has become...
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  • comparison of short stories
    were white tables and huge brightly coloured umbrellas and sunburned men and women sitting around in bathing suits”. Another thing I like about this story is that the opening scene describes a happy relaxing resort, this give you the impression that the tone of the story is happy and jolly, but then...
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  • Research and Methodology
    with its consequential benefits. Desire to get respectability. Desire to face the challenge in solving the unsolved problems. Desire to get intellectual joy of doing some creative work. Desire to be of service to society. Curiosity about new things. Employment conditions. Significance of Research...
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  • School of Manipulation
    CERA programme, José Lambert has this comment about translation criticism: “.. only those scholars who accept that Descriptive Translation Research is an important area of the discipline make a distinction between “translation criticism” and “translation research”. For most other theoreticians it is...
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  • How to Write a Commentary
    persuasive, informative, descriptive? Address subtext and any irony or satire present. o Tone/Atmosphere - Discuss the tone of the piece. Is there a strong mood or feeling present throughout the piece? Talk about how the writer created this effect (think about word choice, cadence, syntax...
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  • The Solider, Zlata's Diary, Futility
    young child and talking about herself in first person. It is descriptive and includes many dates which important things occur. “They filmed me in my room for American TV as the ‘personality of the week’. Hey, imagine, me a personality?” The way she asks Mimmy questions, makes her seem like a friend...
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  • Importance of Posters
    consider how the material will be presented when you are developing the content, thinking too much about the content while designing can cause major design problems (e.g. adding a paragraph of text to the introduction after the poster is almost done may put things out of order). When designing a poster...
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  • Bec Curriculum
    rising and falling intonation and meanings they signal • yes-no questions • wh- questions • statement 5. Recite rhymes, jingles with correct intonation and stress 6. Talk about oneself/others/things 6. Read orally high frequency words in running print – Dolch Use singular form of nouns Basic Sight...
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  • Boris
    either coexist throughout the text (in descriptive texts) or change according to changes in plot (in stories). A story must incorporate causality, or it is simply a chronology. We can reduce the work to irreducible, basic, necessary components, to define MOTIFS (≈ events) within the story. The way in...
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  • Conflict
    individuals becomes the catalyst in society where the tributes are forced to compete against each other, inevitably losing their morals and innocence for survival. The simple sentence, “Care about what Haymitch said. About staying alive.” makes it really clear that the most important thing is trying to...
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  • An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge: Film VS. Short Story
    slave owner and would do anything to help out the South during the Civil war. All throughout the text, the author uses descriptive colors to help the reader know the surroundings better. They plant little hints here and there to help you figure out what is reality and what is imagination. The main...
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  • Examiner Tips for English 8693
    or phrases in the text and, if so, what is the effect of this? What do the words suggest about the voice (the narrator perhaps or another character) using them? • Try to look for differences between each of the smaller sections you have broken the text up into. • See if there are changes in mood...
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  • Photographic Essay
    WR 121 W.J.T. Mitchell Photographic Essay W.T.J Mitchell’s The Photographic Essay: Four Case Studies is a very descriptive short essay that defines what constitutes a photographic essay and what components go along with it. Mitchell’s thesis states that since photography is a language and text...
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  • Paste
    Descriptive: A descriptive essay could describe . . . * a tree in my backyard; * a visit to the children's ward of a hospital; * a hot fudge sundae; * what an athlete did in order to make it to the Olympics. The descriptive essay provides details about how something looks, feels, tastes...
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  • What Is Literature?
    , throughout the text Lawson uses descriptive adjectives to describe the food: “velvety gunge” … “speared raw florets” (Lawson 84). She also uses techniques such as alliteration which adds a certain literary quality and makes it enjoyable to read “melted muddy mess” ( Lawson 84). Compound words also...
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  • Literary Techniques
    rearranged to create a new text. Most commonly, cut-ups are used to offer a non-linear alternative to traditional reading and writing. | Defamiliarization | | Forcing the reader to recognize common things in an unfamiliar or strange way, to enhance perception of the familiar | Deleted affair | | A...
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