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Extractions: Obviously this depends on the level of Italian already known, and the amount of time you spend with us. As all our courses are specifically planned to meet the needs of our students, and all lessons are held in the Italian language, you can be sure to learn the most amount of the Italian that you require, in the time given. Whats the weather like in Italy? The summer months are very warm throughout Italy. The south is always a few degrees warmer than the Centre and the North. The average temperatures for the summer are between 18°C 30°C (64°F 86°F), and for the winter 4°C 16°C (39°F 61°F). During the winter it is best to bring warm clothes, also for wearing around the house, as Italians tend to turn off the heating at night, due to the high costs. What is the time difference in Italy?
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Extractions: No one can dispute, of course, that the Internet can be a valuable educational resource. The great majority of educators have decreed that the rise of technology in the classroom is no less than a paradigm shift. They cite as proof of this sea change the fact that these new tools are "highly motivating, convenient to use, and task oriented," noting therefore that they appeal to "both foreign language teachers and learners." Although I cannot but agree that the computer is, indeed, a very powerful tool it brings a new sense of "interactivity" to the learning experience, enabling students to take more responsibility for their own education and allowing them greater choice in the process I must question the overeager educators who hail computer technology as the greatest educational advancement since the invention of the printing press. Is the computer, in essence, anything more than a tool, and is its place in the classroom all that different from that of its predecessors? As one analyst has written: Educational technology, defined broadly, includes everything from blackboards and desks to books and computers ...Wax tablets, blackboards and pencils with erasers can be thought of as technologies to make the writing medium more conducive to trial and error, more 'interactive' than parchment, print or ink pen.
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Extractions: Wherever there are people, there are things worth asking questions about, and such questions and attempts at answering them are the stuff from which original research is made. Majors are encouraged to undertake independent research, either during the school year, over breaks, or at their place of summer employment. Student research projects may be conducted on an independent study format (SOC 250/350), or as part of a collaborative partnership project. Ordinarily, such projects will last one semester. Sociology 250/350 may also be designed as a reading course covering a body of material not contained in any existing course. Normally, the SOC 250/350 results in one (or several) papers. SOC250/350 may be taken for a letter grade or for credit/non-credit. Students often have taken one or more courses in the general field for the proposed topic; coursework at the 200-level is typically a prerequisite for 350 work. The student should submit a short written description of the project and must obtain an instructor's consent to be the 250/350 advisor and that instructor's approval of the topic and plan of work. Faculty in their first year at Wellesley should usually not be asked to be 250/350 advisors. Check the faculty resumes for research interests similar to your own.
Extractions: 3 Credits Themes for this course will rotate on a year by year basis. For spring 2003, the theme is "Art and Ideology in Chinese Film." The visual screen image is a powerful device for shaping attitudes and representing vast terrains of knowledge. Through a survey of a broad range of Chinese films, spanning all the decades between the thirties and nineties, this course investigates the dynamics of representation, nationality, gender, and identity at work in both the production of and the viewing of Chinese film. We will explore the tensions between the beauty of cinematography and the politics of ideology, notions of Chinese subjectivity and the tastes of a Western audience, and historical epic and lyrical moments in film. The course will help students develop the analytical skills necessary to discuss film in a sophisticated way.
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Extractions: SOC 338 Final Project Table of Contents: Introduction The Town Research Approach The Class ... Analysis Introduction With the Latino population in the United States increasing every year, much attention has been paid to teaching English to Spanish-speaking immigrant children. There is the great debate over bilingual education - does it help or hurt? The debate will no doubt continue for many years to come, but it only address half of the population. What about the parents and older relatives of these Spanish-speaking children? If they did not speak English before arriving in the US, how do they communicate in this new environment? One solution of course is to live and work in a barrio where the majority of the population can speak Spanish. However, this can be limiting, with few opportunities to leave the barrio , and there is not always such a neighborhood available. Another option, only available to those with sufficient support, is to have children or other relatives serve as translators. This too is limiting, and does not promote independence in a majority English-speaking country. A third option is to take an adult education class in English as a Second Language (ESL). Again, this is not available in every area, but where there are ESL classes for children, there are likely to be adult classes as well. Even when ESL classes are available, not every Spanish-speaking adult takes them. The issue that I want to study is what motivates certain individuals to take ESL classes. Are there any trends among individuals who take classes in terms of age, gender, or goals for the future? Of course, taking a class is not the only way, or even necessarily the best way, to learn English, but they offer a more structured introduction to the language, and people in the classes can provide a glimpse into the direction that this specifically educated portion of the Latino community is leading.
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Extractions: (final update 07 March 1999) I recently received the initial message below from Nikita Pokrovsky of Moscow State University. He agreed (second message) that I could share it so that he might also receive responses from others. My reply to Prof. Pokrovsky is the third message. I have posted this exchange to several discussion groups and to my own mailing list, inviting people to respond directly to Prof. Pokrovsky and to send a copy of their responses to me The Discussion Date sent: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 10:03:40 +0300 Please feel free to share my questions with your audience at your convenience. As a professor of sociology, I definitely can see a tendency of the public opinion in the USfrom an absolutely uncritical admiration of everything Russian in the early 90s to an equally negative evaluation of almost everything Russian in the end of the 90s. I assume it may become a subject for an open and productive discussion among those who well know both our countries. Discussion Top Fenster to Pokrovsky, 26 February 1999
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