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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Comparative Studies




Aim: Determine student’s knowledge and skills of linguistic aspects, categories, and terms which he or she practiced during the whole semester in oral and written comprehension by indicating or describing members or words in a sentence.
The course includes;
Lecture: 2 hrs
Seminar: 8 hrs

Lecture: Give students concise and essential information about of linguistic aspects, categories, and terms.

Seminars: Talk to the teacher about what he or she find out on parts of linguistic aspects, categories, and terms. That’s his or her choice what linguistic aspects, categories, and terms he or she speak. Students collect seven points for every single part. Here are the parts;
1.    Nouns
2.    Pronouns
3.    Verbs
4.    Sentences
5.    Adjective and Adverb

Examination: Pull out one string with sentence, have a seat, number all of the words in the sentence, then put the numbers after the appropriate terms in a numbered list on a sheet, finally attach the sentence string by sticking or gluing or put the number of the sentence after the comprehension content or assessment criteria.
Works Cited:
-        Glencoe, McGraw-Hill “Writer’s Choice-12.”
-        Oyuntsetseg Jamba “English Grammar.” UB, 2000.
-        Betty Sch. Azar.  “Understanding and Using English Grammar.” USA, 1999.

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