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    optional Oral examination is available in November only. RULES OF COMBINATION Candidates take Papers 1 and 2. In the November session, they may also be entered for Paper 3, an optional Oral examination. SCHEME OF ASSESSMENT SUMMARY Paper 1 duration 1 h 30 mins weighting 50% duration 1 h 30 mins Paper 2 weighting...
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  • A Talk About Oral English Teaching Problems and Solutions
    The requirements of the New English Curriculum Standard 3 1.2 Foreign language methodologies 4 1.3 The second language acquisition 5 1.4 Motivations for junior students’ English learning 5 2. Causes of the problems 6 2.1 Students’ factors in their oral English learning 6 2.1.1 Linguistic...
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  • English as a Universal Language
    and the development of their oral abilities. aspects are discussed in this study. Three The first aspect is to examine the The disparity between the high-achievers’ and low-achievers’ oral abilities. second aspect is to examine the correlations between the subjects’ oral abilities and written abilities...
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    Course Description ENGL 1302 continues the study of writing skills in English, emphasizing more complex methods in the writing process than ENGL 1301. The course prepares students to write advanced essays and research papers, which reflect the conventions of academic writing. Students will learn to...
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    Friday 13-15 A-weg 30, room 327 Group 4 (Sporrel) Monday 11-13 Harmonie 1312. 0013 Wednesday 11-13 Harmonie 1312. 0030 Group 5 (Sporrel) Monday 16-18 A-weg 30, room 314 Friday 15-17 A-weg 30, room 327 Course Description Rhetoric & Composition I is the first...
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  • Speaking English Test
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    The mission of the IELP is to offer innovative programs to international students. These programs are designed to increase English proficiency, to assist with acculturation of life in the United States, and to facilitate academic success at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Basic Level ENIN...
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    teachings also by way of oral tuition classes through its Regional Offices, Chapters, Satellite Chapters and Collaborative Oral Tuition Centres. In case you wish to avail the benefit of oral tuition facilities, you may contact the concerned office, deposit the required oral tuition fee and avail the...
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    Department of English King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Abstract This paper presents a case study of a Japanese/English bilingual with the purpose of determining the subject s (Natsuko) dominant language. To achieve this goal and over a period of three months, a number of tests (the Stroop procedure...
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  • Assessment Template
    | Copyright © 2012 xxxxx All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without prior written permission. Version Control Record ...
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  • English for Business Purposes
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  • Communication Studies Syllabus- Caribbean Students
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  • Course Outline
    ENCS 272 Winter 2013 Argumentation and English Composition for Engineers Professor: Ken Grimes Lecture Time: Monday 17.45 – 20.15 Tutorial Time: Mon/Tue/Wed. 16.15 – 17.05 Email: grimes@encs.concordia.ca Office : EV-2.253. Phone: Ex 5447 Office Hours: Mon. 16.00 – 17.00; Tue. &...
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    Benedict College School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Department of English, Foreign Languages, and Mass Communication Fall Course Syllabus 2012-2013 FRESHMAN COMPOSITION I Course ID ENG 137 Section H9 3SCH Meeting Days: Meeting Time(s): Office Location: ...
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