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By Ruth Livingston, PhD
The text provides instruction on how to give different types of presentations and how to improve upon other communication skills including listening. Topics include harnessing the fear of public speaking, applying immediacy, storytelling, motivating others, listening actively, interviewing successfully, lecturing and conducting workshops effectively, speaking off the cuff, selling yourself and your business, and presenting for special occasions. Aristotle’s Canons of Rhetoric are also discussed as a foundation to organizing and delivering dynamic presentations. The book is ideal as a text for an Advanced Public Speaking course.
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By Alex Pascual
Educational, Exhaustive, and Entertaining! Did you know that – • Salisbury and syllabary rhyme with strawberry? • Warm is pronounced as wôrm, while worm sounds like squirm? • Pare, pear, and pair are pronounced exactly the same? • They’re, there, and their are homophones? Build your confidence in – • Answering the telephone when expecting an English-speaking caller • Engaging others in English conversations, especially in social events • Speaking before a group or a congregation or to Americans • Selling yourself in a job interview or selling an idea to others Comprehensive – • Covers all the vowel and consonant sounds (and there are many) • Includes all spelling combinations of sounds you’ll ever read • Over a thousand practice words, complete with pronunciation guide
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By Ruth Livingston, PhD
The text provides instruction on how to give different types of presentations and how to improve upon other communication skills including listening. Topics include harnessing the fear of public speaking, applying immediacy, storytelling, motivating others, listening actively, interviewing successfully, lecturing and conducting workshops effectively, speaking off the cuff, selling yourself and your business, and presenting for special occasions. Aristotle’s Canons of Rhetoric are also discussed as a foundation to organizing and delivering dynamic presentations. The book is ideal as a text for an Advanced Public Speaking course.
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By Alex Pascual
Educational, Exhaustive, and Entertaining! Did you know that – • Salisbury and syllabary rhyme with strawberry? • Warm is pronounced as wôrm, while worm sounds like squirm? • Pare, pear, and pair are pronounced exactly the same? • They’re, there, and their are homophones? Build your confidence in – • Answering the telephone when expecting an English-speaking caller • Engaging others in English conversations, especially in social events • Speaking before a group or a congregation or to Americans • Selling yourself in a job interview or selling an idea to others Comprehensive – • Covers all the vowel and consonant sounds (and there are many) • Includes all spelling combinations of sounds you’ll ever read • Over a thousand practice words, complete with pronunciation guide
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By Alex Pascual
Educational, Exhaustive, and Entertaining! Did you know that – • Salisbury and syllabary rhyme with strawberry? • Warm is pronounced as wôrm, while worm sounds like squirm? • Pare, pear, and pair are pronounced exactly the same? • They’re, there, and their are homophones? Build your confidence in – • Answering the telephone when expecting an English-speaking caller • Engaging others in English conversations, especially in social events • Speaking before a group or a congregation or to Americans • Selling yourself in a job interview or selling an idea to others Comprehensive – • Covers all the vowel and consonant sounds (and there are many) • Includes all spelling combinations of sounds you’ll ever read • Over a thousand practice words, complete with pronunciation guide
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By Liberacion Narvios Tecson
The Philippine Islands, with a population of over ninety-seven million is comprised of seven thousand one hundred seventy islands with residents speaking seven hundred different dialects. Prominent among all the dialects are the Tagalog and Cebuano, widely spoken in many places in the archipelago. Tagalog, being renamed as Filipino, officially became the national language. Although considered as the designated national language known as the Filipino language, Tagalog originally was spoken only in the capital city, Manila compared to Cebuano which is widely spoken in the Visayas and Mindanao. Neighboring provinces in Luzon have their own spoken dialect such as Ilocano in the Ilocos region (northern Luzon), Bicolano in the Bicol region (lower eastern Luzon), Pampangueno in the central plain region, Caviteno in the lower western Region, and Tagalog in the lower southern region. The Cebuano dialect is spoken and understood in the Visayas and Mindanao regions in spite of their local dialects. There are also Cebuano speaking families living in some parts of Luzon. The Ilonggo in western Visayas, Waray in Samar and Leyte in eastern Visayas, and Boholano for people in Bohol in the southern Visayas are regional dialects, but these dialects have only minor deviations from the Cebuano dialect. People who speak the Cebuano dialect are called Bisaya even if they are living outside of the Cebu Province, as they comprise and represent the Visayas region. Where majority of the residents in the Mindanao region are from the Visayas, hence they are also called Bisaya.
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By Maxine Chisholm
Now You Shut Op is a story about a two-year-old little boy who has very little vocabulary and doesn’t like to be told what to do. Because he was named after his dad, he at the age of one year old didn’t know he had a name. His mom thought that he was super smart for his age, so she decided to put him in Head Start. But to her surprise, he wasn’t as ready as she thought. He started wetting on himself after he had to use a different bathroom from what he was use to using at home. For the summer, his mother decided to take a road trip down South to visit her relatives and so they can see her precious little two-year-old. But he wasn’t as excited as she had hoped he would be and didn’t like to be told what to do by her family, and whenever they said anything to him, he would tell them to shut op. He couldn’t even say “shut up” but rather “shut op.” He became very excited when he saw his mother’s aunt, Aunt Queenie. He had mistaken her for his favorite character.
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By Liberacion Narvios Tecson
The Philippine Islands, with a population of over ninety-seven million is comprised of seven thousand one hundred seventy islands with residents speaking seven hundred different dialects. Prominent among all the dialects are the Tagalog and Cebuano, widely spoken in many places in the archipelago. Tagalog, being renamed as Filipino, officially became the national language. Although considered as the designated national language known as the Filipino language, Tagalog originally was spoken only in the capital city, Manila compared to Cebuano which is widely spoken in the Visayas and Mindanao. Neighboring provinces in Luzon have their own spoken dialect such as Ilocano in the Ilocos region (northern Luzon), Bicolano in the Bicol region (lower eastern Luzon), Pampangueno in the central plain region, Caviteno in the lower western Region, and Tagalog in the lower southern region. The Cebuano dialect is spoken and understood in the Visayas and Mindanao regions in spite of their local dialects. There are also Cebuano speaking families living in some parts of Luzon. The Ilonggo in western Visayas, Waray in Samar and Leyte in eastern Visayas, and Boholano for people in Bohol in the southern Visayas are regional dialects, but these dialects have only minor deviations from the Cebuano dialect. People who speak the Cebuano dialect are called Bisaya even if they are living outside of the Cebu Province, as they comprise and represent the Visayas region. Where majority of the residents in the Mindanao region are from the Visayas, hence they are also called Bisaya.
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By Liberacion Narvios Tecson
The Philippine Islands, with a population of over ninety-seven million is comprised of seven thousand one hundred seventy islands with residents speaking seven hundred different dialects. Prominent among all the dialects are the Tagalog and Cebuano, widely spoken in many places in the archipelago. Tagalog, being renamed as Filipino, officially became the national language. Although considered as the designated national language known as the Filipino language, Tagalog originally was spoken only in the capital city, Manila compared to Cebuano which is widely spoken in the Visayas and Mindanao. Neighboring provinces in Luzon have their own spoken dialect such as Ilocano in the Ilocos region (northern Luzon), Bicolano in the Bicol region (lower eastern Luzon), Pampangueno in the central plain region, Caviteno in the lower western Region, and Tagalog in the lower southern region. The Cebuano dialect is spoken and understood in the Visayas and Mindanao regions in spite of their local dialects. There are also Cebuano speaking families living in some parts of Luzon. The Ilonggo in western Visayas, Waray in Samar and Leyte in eastern Visayas, and Boholano for people in Bohol in the southern Visayas are regional dialects, but these dialects have only minor deviations from the Cebuano dialect. People who speak the Cebuano dialect are called Bisaya even if they are living outside of the Cebu Province, as they comprise and represent the Visayas region. Where majority of the residents in the Mindanao region are from the Visayas, hence they are also called Bisaya.
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By Maxine Chisholm
Now You Shut Op is a story about a two-year-old little boy who has very little vocabulary and doesn’t like to be told what to do. Because he was named after his dad, he at the age of one year old didn’t know he had a name. His mom thought that he was super smart for his age, so she decided to put him in Head Start. But to her surprise, he wasn’t as ready as she thought. He started wetting on himself after he had to use a different bathroom from what he was use to using at home. For the summer, his mother decided to take a road trip down South to visit her relatives and so they can see her precious little two-year-old. But he wasn’t as excited as she had hoped he would be and didn’t like to be told what to do by her family, and whenever they said anything to him, he would tell them to shut op. He couldn’t even say “shut up” but rather “shut op.” He became very excited when he saw his mother’s aunt, Aunt Queenie. He had mistaken her for his favorite character.
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By Akbar Dehghan Ferdows
The proposed book titled A Psychological Approach to Translation is in fact a study that contains six parts. The first part describes the phenomena and events that motivated the researcher to think up and implement a semi-descriptive/ semi-experimental research, the problems that translation students and teachers encounter along translation courses and the specifically observed causes of failure in translating, the primary and secondary purposes of the study, and finally, the reasons for the process of delimiting the study so that the main direction and goal of the research could be stated and illustrated. The second part is a rather extensive and careful survey of many past and current linguistic and sociolinguistic theories and approaches pertaining to translation as both product and process with abundant clear-cut examples and explanations. Next, part three is another careful survey of theories and problems, this time psycholinguistic and purely psychological, pertaining to human learning as a conditioned behavior together with several arguments and exemplifications presented in support of the main assumption in the study: the impact of systematic extensive reading in TL on one's translating ability. This part also reveals the fact that the existing psycholinguistic literature seriously suffers from the lack of adequate scientific explanations for the phenomenon of translating as a psychological behavior. Next, part four provides a description of step-by-step development, instrumentation, and implementation of the study based on the conventions of a regular research method. It also includes information about the selection of data, the subjects and their selection criteria, the type of the test they were given, and the kind of statistical analysis used to translate the results into figures (quantification). The fifth part, fundamentally designed and intended to sum up the significant points discussed throughout the work, also indicates some pedagogical implications and constructive suggestions for future translator training programs recommending more extensive and more scientific studies of both longitudinal and cross-sectional types with factorial designs to investigate the effects of several independent variables at the same time and further contribute to the enrichment of the modern faculty known as Translation Studies. Finally, part six constitutes a quick reference (handbook) for both translators and translation students to read or review some basic concepts in translation theory as well as the practical steps they should take in the act of translating. These steps are considered to be truly indispensible guidelines for the beginner who would often feel quite handicapped wondering what to do when faced with the task of translating a text for the first time. Their overall plan and logical order are based on the actual methods and techniques of translating learned and adopted from practical teaching experience by the author and followed by him to this day. The book closes with a comprehensive bibliography, introducing a good number of both classic and new books on linguistics, language teaching and testing, psychology, translation studies, and other related subjects, which can profitably be used as authentic sources of reference in additional or supplementary studies.
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By Akbar Dehghan Ferdows
The proposed book titled A Psychological Approach to Translation is in fact a study that contains six parts. The first part describes the phenomena and events that motivated the researcher to think up and implement a semi-descriptive/ semi-experimental research, the problems that translation students and teachers encounter along translation courses and the specifically observed causes of failure in translating, the primary and secondary purposes of the study, and finally, the reasons for the process of delimiting the study so that the main direction and goal of the research could be stated and illustrated. The second part is a rather extensive and careful survey of many past and current linguistic and sociolinguistic theories and approaches pertaining to translation as both product and process with abundant clear-cut examples and explanations. Next, part three is another careful survey of theories and problems, this time psycholinguistic and purely psychological, pertaining to human learning as a conditioned behavior together with several arguments and exemplifications presented in support of the main assumption in the study: the impact of systematic extensive reading in TL on one's translating ability. This part also reveals the fact that the existing psycholinguistic literature seriously suffers from the lack of adequate scientific explanations for the phenomenon of translating as a psychological behavior. Next, part four provides a description of step-by-step development, instrumentation, and implementation of the study based on the conventions of a regular research method. It also includes information about the selection of data, the subjects and their selection criteria, the type of the test they were given, and the kind of statistical analysis used to translate the results into figures (quantification). The fifth part, fundamentally designed and intended to sum up the significant points discussed throughout the work, also indicates some pedagogical implications and constructive suggestions for future translator training programs recommending more extensive and more scientific studies of both longitudinal and cross-sectional types with factorial designs to investigate the effects of several independent variables at the same time and further contribute to the enrichment of the modern faculty known as Translation Studies. Finally, part six constitutes a quick reference (handbook) for both translators and translation students to read or review some basic concepts in translation theory as well as the practical steps they should take in the act of translating. These steps are considered to be truly indispensible guidelines for the beginner who would often feel quite handicapped wondering what to do when faced with the task of translating a text for the first time. Their overall plan and logical order are based on the actual methods and techniques of translating learned and adopted from practical teaching experience by the author and followed by him to this day. The book closes with a comprehensive bibliography, introducing a good number of both classic and new books on linguistics, language teaching and testing, psychology, translation studies, and other related subjects, which can profitably be used as authentic sources of reference in additional or supplementary studies.
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By Sandra Daniel
Impactful Academic Writing is a practical guide to the most essential academic writing skills that a student needs. It will direct graduate and undergraduate students from paragraph structuring to writing lengthy assignments through a systematic approach. It contains examples and good advice on how students may demonstrate critical insights in their written work. It includes activities and discussions on a range of disciplines such as ethics, nursing, business, law, and literature.
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By Sandra Daniel
Impactful Academic Writing is a practical guide to the most essential academic writing skills that a student needs. It will direct graduate and undergraduate students from paragraph structuring to writing lengthy assignments through a systematic approach. It contains examples and good advice on how students may demonstrate critical insights in their written work. It includes activities and discussions on a range of disciplines such as ethics, nursing, business, law, and literature.
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By Sandra Daniel
Impactful Academic Writing is a practical guide to the most essential academic writing skills that a student needs. It will direct graduate and undergraduate students from paragraph structuring to writing lengthy assignments through a systematic approach. It contains examples and good advice on how students may demonstrate critical insights in their written work. It includes activities and discussions on a range of disciplines such as ethics, nursing, business, law, and literature.
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