• Dancer's Guide
    ‘energyless' arms Show dead connection vs. breathing connection Dance as lady and show complete reluctance to follow and slow reaction. Analogise using MSN Messenger vs. Snail Mail Male Learner 10 mins Basic One Hand Connection To illustrate the basic technique, we will use a very...
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  • How to Select Songs for a Language Classroom
    classroom as a teaching method can be a way to focus students’ attention, and produce a more committed learner. Many researchers recommend recent pop songs to enhance motivation in the younger generation. Songs deal with the whole realm of human emotions and students are often willing to sing a...
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  • Sanity vs. Insanity
    Sanity vs. Insanity Sanity is based on an individuals level of intelligence. The sane individual may envelop a substantial amount of "book smarts". The sane may also be quick learners, speedier typists, and fast workers. Does this make them better individuals? The sane makes a mockery of...
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  • bachelor of education
    is learned, how it is learned and how fast. There are various principles or laws which have been found to apply to the processes of learning. Here we shall just note that various characteristics of the learner will influence what and how he or she learns in a given learning situation or when...
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  • Organization Behavior Notes
    girl to a lady • Greek legend • Experiment: told teacher one group is fast learner & another one is slower learner • Self-fulfilling prophecy =>: Theory X & Theory Y • High expectation => high performance • Low expectation => low performance • Human-beings are social animals • Forming role...
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  • Chapter 8 Psych 101
    -sectional design but also followed and assessed for a period of no more than six years. Nature vs. Nurture * Nature - the influence of our inherited characteristics on our personality, physical growth, intellectual growth, and social interactions. * Nurture - the influence of the environment...
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  • Conceptual
    these serve as enrichment for fast learners and as review or remedial materials for slow learners in a relatively short span of time. Persistence in Mathematics Persistence in mathematics is about continuing to work on a mathematics problem even when the answer or method of solution is not...
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  • P.P and P.
    is a useful way to teach linking reduced speech (Celce-Murcia et al., 2010). When teaching linked speech instructors have to be careful to speak at a suitable speed. If the teacher speaks too fast the listener cannot process the information properly, but if the instruction is too slow than the speech...
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  • Assessment on the Validity on the Module for Servicing the Malfunctioning of the Spark Plugs
    activities can be undertaken individually or in small groups. The self-instructional module helps providing remedial instruction for slow learners and enrichment material for fast learner. These materials are most effectively used in individualized instruction programs. Furthermore, by using...
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  • Terms
    students are many; therefore, careless management of tutoring speed could trigger boredom to fast learners if the process is quite slow and could trigger difficulties to slow learners if the process is quite fast so, the teacher usually adjusts tutoring speed and style in order to manage several edges and...
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  • Development Stages of Learner
    stage: Psychosocial stage: 65 yr and over Formal operations Ego integrity vs. despair OLDER ADULTHOOD Use concrete examples Build on past life experiences Make information relevant and meaningful Present one concept at a time Allow time for processing/ response (slow pace) Use...
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  • Mobile Learning
    Introduction E-learning is growing very fast and many Universities and companies are already supporting in some way an e-learning solution. There is now little doubt that the World Wide Web is a very successful educational medium. On the other hand wireless and mo-bile technologies have been...
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  • Tai Lieu Hoc
    many radio or TV programmes on current affairs or topics of personal or professional interest when the delivery is relatively slow and clear. Reading Students are able to understand factual texts on subjects related to their interests that consist mainly of high frequency everyday or job-related...
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  • listening difficulties for esl
    fast. . . . I couldn't hear clearly about the pronunciation. . . . I thought of certain words but it turned out that they were the other words instead." Type 2: obstacles pertaining to processing speed Some learners reported their failure to process spoken input efficiently, even though they...
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  • Social Studies School Based Assessment
    researcher chose the area of research because he wanted to find out: • If automatic promotion is supported parents, students and teachers. • If it has positive impact on fast and slow learners. • If slow learners benefit from automatic promotion. Method of Investigation The...
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  • Effectiveness
    not deprived of human contact. 2. 3. Learner autonomy can be maximized through computers since ‘fast’ and ‘slowlearners are given the opportunity to study and review the materials according to their own pace. 4. Although reading a text on a computer screen is distracting and tiring and...
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  • Bec Curriculum
    allotment may be used for mastery of the skills through any of the following: - peer tutoring - spelling lessons - enrichment/reinforcement for fast learners - writing (practice) - remediation for slow learners - free reading 1 EXPECTATIONS GOAL: Access varied information and creatively use...
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  • Kitchen Management
    Part  A               Fast  food               E-­‐numbers           Slow  food             Allergies               Milk               Gluten...
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  • Google Expansion to Outside Usa
    , who are `learners`, cognitive ability, well rounded: Googley; self- govern and selfmotivated  no power distance and Feminity Cultural aversion to top-down management Roxana Wales, training and development manager: “ Google employees don`t like to be told how to do something..this is seen as...
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  • Repeated-Reading-Based Instructional Strategy and Vocabulary Acquisition: a Case Study of a Heritage Speaker of Chinese
    known as multiple oral reading, involves multiple, successive encounters with the same visual material, the key being repetition–whether of the same words, sentences, or connected discourse. An instructional technique designed originally for improving reading fluency in learners with reading...
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