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    Copyright © 2011 by John Stratton 1 Associate Professor John R. Stratton A-141 Atlantic Cape Community College Phone: 343-4981 5100 Black Horse Pike Fax: 343-5122 Mays Landing, NJ 08330 stratton@atlantic.edu www.atlantic.edu/program/academic/stratton/jshome.html College Physics II (PHYS 126) Spring...
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  • The 101
    Introduction to Architecture Spring, 2010 Rm 03-213 Friday noon-1:00 pm Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo College of Architecture and Environmental Design Professors Brent Freeby, JoAnn Moore, Bryan Ridley, Keith Wiley, Michael Lucas [coordinator] three faces of 20 century dwelling: left: recently abandoned...
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  • Sales Management
    and Decision Making, Seventh Edition” Armonk, NY; M. E. Sharpe. ISBN-10: 978-0-7656-2259-4 Cases: Case study handbook: how to read, discuss, and write persuasively about cases. Coursepack ISBN-10: 0558295142. Coursepack ID: 325003. To buy case studies and handbook chapters online: |Step 1: Log...
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  • Journalism 105 notes
    ‘Journalism’ Aggressive fact gathering Watchdog and public affairs International Not transcription or spin Interesting and important Helping you develop your own style! News Values Timeliness (having things done in a timely matter, when you report make sure that the issue still matters to the public) Conflict...
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  • Avid
    Curriculum The AVID curriculum, based on rigorous standards, was developed by middle and senior high school teachers in collaboration with college professors. It is driven by the WICR method, which stands for writing, inquiry, collaboration, and reading. AVID curriculum is used in AVID elective classes...
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  • Syllabus
    readings and participation in class discussions are important requirements. Performance in this course is weighed heavily on the quality of your written work and your participation during class sessions. Written assignments must be typed and proofread with the care that a graduate student should exhibit...
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  • Changing Places
    ***** April 4, 2000 Changing Places is David Lodge’s hilarious account of an academic exchange program which takes Philip Swallow, an obscure professor of English literature at an obscure red-brick university in England, to Lodge’s comic version of the Berkeley campus, which he renames Euphoric State...
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  • En1101 Famu
    FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL UNIVERSITY ENC 1102: Freshman Communication Skills Spring 2009 Professor Stennett INSTRUCTOR OFFICE HOURS AND OFFICE LOCATION Office: 425 Tucker Hall Office Mail Box: 414 Tucker Hall Office Phone Number: 412-5551 E-Mail Address: ypstennett@yahoo.com ...
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  • Religion 102
    introduces scholars to theology: reflections on some of the central themes contained in the Bible. One of the Bible’s “paradigm narratives” that has influenced a host of theological reflections in the major “Western” traditions is that of the Exodus. Jewish reflection on the Exodus has produced themes...
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  • How to Write a Decent Term Paper
    How to Write a Decent Term Paper Read The Syllabus! Professors almost always provide specific written guidelines for length, focus, format etc. for each and every paper they assign. If they don't, they pay major dues when it's time to grade them. If we don't tell you the requirements, ask! Maybe we...
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  • Adv. Ed
    the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. - Mark Twain Jamie Hannon, Assistant Professor of Adventure Education. Office: 440 D&M Building Phone: 535-2513 Email: jhannon@plymouth.edu Home...
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  • How to Write a Decent Term Paper
    How to Write a Decent Term Paper Read The Syllabus! Professors almost always provide specific written guidelines for length, focus, format etc. for each and every paper they assign. If they don't, they pay major dues when it's time to grade them. If we don't tell you the requirements, ask! Maybe we...
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  • Strategic Management
    Strategic Management 2011 Wednesday 2:45 – 5:35 PM Room: BA 227 Professor: Ray Van Ness Spring 20010 Prerequisite: Bulletin Description: 3 Credits of graduate course work “Develop an overall management viewpoint integrating the specific perspective of various specialized business functions. Comprehensive...
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  • Agdsas
    note that this is an advanced course with an expectation of significant rigor. It is NOT a remedial course for people who are “bad” at grammar. On your final editing project especially, you will be held to a high level of correctness in both grammar and syntax, as well as higher order thinking and editing...
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  • Frankenstein Study Guide
    Your Name_____________________________________ Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Study Guide Letter 1 1. Who is Robert Walton and who is he writing to? Robert Walton is the narrator, and he is writing to his sister, Margaret. 2. What reasons does Walton offer for making his voyage? Robert Walton...
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  • How to Do a Cv
    Grief & Loss Motivation Spirituality Stress Management Article Writing Writing Political Copywriting Parenting Divorce HOW TO Prepare Your Curriculum Vitae Revised Edition Acy L. Jackson and C. Kathleen Geckeis Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved...
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  • principles of marketing
    Principles of Marketing MK 301 A Fall 2012 Professor: Office: Phone: Email: Office hours: Joyce X. Zhou, Ph.D. Cremer Hall 503 (620)341-6594 (office) 341-5345 (dept.& messages) xzhou@emporia.edu (preferred mode of contact) MWF 8:30-11am & F 11:50-12:20 pm Course Description Introduction...
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  • Leading Team
    Studies at Northeastern, Dave teaches a Leadership and Organization course in the Master’s in Sport Leadership as well as Leading Teams and Developing Your Internal and External Leadership Capabilities. Dave has been referenced extensively in print, including The Boston Globe, The New York Times, Sports...
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  • Syllabus
    strategies. PURPOSE OF THE COURSE As an experiential course, the class is structured around online discussions and field based observations, reflections, activities, and curriculum development. Therefore, it is critical that all students actively participate in online discussions, and complete assignments...
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  • English Pronounciation
    objectives Pronunciation differences The vowel system The consonant system Differences in spelling Phonetic spelling tendencies The omission of superfluous letters Lexical differences in main subject areas People and their immediate environment Human interaction and communication Social institutions Natural environment...
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