However, there were limitations apparent in this research. The learning materials were adopted from websites containing general ideas about the courses. The relevance of these learning materials ZLWK WKH VNLOOV UHTXLUHG LQ WKH ZRUN ¿HOG KDG no empirical evidence. Furthermore, the strategies of L1 use need to be examined for their effectiveness in supporting the students’ learning. These limitations were due to the teacher’s lack of CBI teaching skills, in particular in code-switching between the languages. In spite of these limitations, this VWXG\ VXJJHVWV ¿UVWO\ WKDW LQ ,.3 WKH XVH of the CBI method for English teaching, especially to increase student interaction, proved to be highly effective. Then, in developing the English course curriculum, real-life materials from the workplace should be included with texts from manuals or job descriptions from industry or the stakeholders. Thus, the collaboration between the language and content teachers is considered to be important, particularly in sharing the information about these learning materials. This particular suggestion implies the importance of the institution’s role in providing support to the English course and lecturers. Also, studies focusing on students’ improved vocabulary are recommended for further study.
Kabajeh, Majed Abdel Majid, Said Mukhled Ahmed AL Nu’aimat, and Firas Naim Dahmash. 2012. The Relationship between the ROA, ROE and ROI Ratios with Jordanian Insurance Public Companies Market Share Prices. International Journal of HumanitiesandSocialScience. Vol 2 No.11.
In 1988, the most extensive urban area is within Cheras-Kajang- Bandar Baru Bangi corridor. Some of the open spaces, especially around Dengkil and Kajang area were bare soils demarcated the newly urban development area. The amount of urban area in 1988 indicates that the area had undergone urbanisation and industrialisation in the the early 80s. The increment of the urban built up area in Langat river basin from 1984 to 1997 (Figure 3) . These urbanised mukims were most affected area of urbanisation in the Langat river basin since late 1980s (Figure 4).
AP Calculus AB is roughly equivalent to a first semester college calculus course devoted to topics in differential and integral calculus. The AP course covers topics in these areas, including concepts and skills of limits, derivatives, definite integrals, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. The course teaches students to approach calculus concepts and problems when they are presented graphically, numerically, analytically, and verbally, and to make connections amongst these representations. Students learn how to use technology to help solve problems, experiment, interpret results, and support conclusions. Prerequisite: Before studying calculus, all students should complete four years of secondary mathematics designed for college-bound students: courses I which they study algebra, geometry, trigonometry, analytic geometry, and elementary functions. These functions include linear, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric and piecewise-defined functions. In particular, before studying calculus, students must be familiar with the properties of functions, the algebra of functions, and the graphs of functions. Students must also understand the language of functions (domain and range, odd and even, periodic, symmetry, zeros, intercepts, and so on) and know the values of the trigonometric functions at the numbers 0, π/6, π/4, π/3, π/2, and their multiples.
This condition also indirectly illustrates that the mass media who preach Islamic Shariah with a critical point of view, it could be offensive to certain parties, such as ulemas or even the Aceh Government itself. This will have implications on the image that will be attached to the media. The media that is critical of the Islamic Shariah policy will be regarded as a threat to shariah regulators, namely the Government of Aceh. The intention of being a journalist because of the difficulty of getting another job in Aceh is now a very dominant reason for the informants, but their reporters are not getting paid, not only are they not paid journalists' salaries nor are they covered with occupational safety, health insurance, old days, andsocial security for his family, only the daily Waspada that provides old age guarantees and Serambi Indonesia which provides health insurance and old age. "We the journalists remain in Serambi Indonesia in addition to getting a fixed salary every month, also get health insurance, but the reporter can only salary alone," With the situations like this, journalists are forced to seek other part time job by using their press cards, they are free to come to a source just to look for news besides seeking extra money, then the envelope journalist phenomenon is also seen in Aceh.
Abstract: Financial inclusion is important because it is necessary condition for sustaining equitable growth. In India marginals and weaker sections are excluded from main stream of the economy. To achieve sustainable development, all sections of the people need to be come into main stream. The process of ensuring access to financial services and timely and adequate credit where needed by vulnerable groups such as weaker sections and low income groups at an affordable cost ( The Committee on Financial Inclusion -Chairman: Dr. C. Rangarajan, 2008). Financial inclusion gives a big push to agricultural sector and marginalised people. The instrument of financial inclusion can be used properly by banking sector in agricultural sector. Then both are interlinked or interrelated. Co-operative banks have rural experience and very good network in rural areas and also having rural orientation. This study attempts to find out the role co-operative banks in financial inclusion in the post reform period.
The first respondent (R1) and the second one (R1) said that the attraction of the Holy Land was so strong that made anyone who did worship there must be amazed. The attractiveness was also inexplicable to them, but through observation, when the respondents explained it, their eyes were teary and their sounds were a little shaky when they had been answering the interviews. Noetic quality as a hidden mystical experience and cannot be studied through the logic. Additionally, the Noetic quality and ineffability are almost the same but different experiences (James, 1902). Other is Ineffability as an experience that cannot be explained or said and noetic quality is an unreasonable experience. This experience is not only unwise, but a bit of a taboo because things like this should not be disclosed (Shrader, 2008). However, based on the respondents' exposure, they had the experience and were revealing it to researchers.
Thirdly, the various types of tense discussed above are purposeful in the dissertation genre. Thus, cultivating the best tense usage will entail an understanding of the communicative purposes associated with each type and the relevant propositions where it occurs. Also, given the disparities even within the same disciplinary culture, tense options are not only influenced by the conventions of a disciplinary culture in which the dissertation is being written, but also are creations of the writer. Writers make personal choices deviating from any available disciplinary norms to probably meet their own rhetorical purposes. This could also be a pointer to students’ lack of expertise needed to alternate verb forms in order to fulfil the normative expectation in their disciplines.
Krishnasamy , Jothimalar. 2015. Grammatical Error Analysis in Writing of ESL Diploma Students. Asian Journal of Education and e-Learning (ISSN: 2321 – 2454) Volume 03 – Issue 01. INTI International University (Laureate International Universities); Persiaran Perdana BBN, Putra Nilai, 71800 Nilai, Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus, Malaysia.
Results in Moyudan Sub district has p value = 0,000 which means there is a significant relationship between attitudes and behavior with free larvae index. r value = 0.522, which means the relationship between attitudes and behavior with free larvae index has moderate strength. Attitudes and behavior with free larvae index is moderate positive relationship. The results are consistent with Santoso and Budiyanto (2008) research that there is a relationship between attitude with Dengue vector in Palembang, South Sumatera Province. Research conducted on 606 subjects in six villages with p value 0.005. Widagdo, et.al . (2008) research also showed significant association between mosquito nest eradication attitudes with mosquito density. In contrast to previous research studies Haryadi . (2011) showed no relationship between attitude with free larvae index (p = 0.226).
On the other hand, the present perfect describes what is known or has been done in the field on a similar or related topic up to the present moment (Oster, 1981). The tense indicates that previous research is considered as part of a growing body of knowledge, subject to debate and further development. The present perfect tense is used to indicate the continued discussion of some of the information in the sentence in which the present perfect occurs. It contains an implicit reference or link to the present, often made explicit by the addition of more information to this effect, or reflects the effects of past events on the present, and even the future (Reeves, 2009). It can also be added that the present perfect communicates ‘recency’ or ‘currency’ in academic discourse.
DOI: 10.9790/0837-2205113239 www.iosrjournals.org 38 | Page Besides that in disasters there are always many problems in the process of evacuating victims or handling refugees in the temporary shelters. The media coverage is also widespread in the post-disaster reconstruction and rehabilitation phase. The problem is the experience so far in the recovery and the reconstruction there have been many problems on the state financial irregularities, discrimination and collusion by executing officials, either in handling the victim's houses or in the reconstruction of damaged infrastructure or new infrastructure as the disaster prevention. However, there have been much news in mass media, but so far there is no media in Aceh that deliberately twists the disaster information (media provocation) with issues that can add to the suffering of the disaster victims. One thing that there should be thumbs up for the media crew in the province of Aceh unlike the media in Jakarta against various news such as the eruption of Mount Merapi in 2010.
This article considers peer fighting between lower middle-class Javanese schoolboys with a view to describing the masculine habitus referenced in local collective violence. Acknowledging the long history of heroic warfare and factionalism in Java, the data points to the pleasurable sense of oneself as a kind of warrior fighting with a band of brothers. Four important points emerge about contemporary youthful masculinities here. First, peer fighting is a temporally bounded activity that ends with the school-to-work transition, thus bearing out Messerschmidt’s argument. Second, alcohol plays an important role in amplifying peer conflicts and honor disputes. Third, getting a girlfriend demands the expression of a different kind of masculine habitus from that operationalized in peer fighting. Finally, Muslim school-boy youth squads (geng[s]) are intense formations for the construction of warrior masculinities, employing extensive imagery from the field of global Islamist struggle in battles with boys from secular and Christian schools.
Job satisfaction is known as a construct which comprise of the employee feelings about different job element. In this era of industry and investment, the market has become much more competitive and volatile. A certain type of culture has grown in the organizations indicating the type of their strategies and work procedure. Employees in the concerned organizations become a part of that culture. The recent worldwide financial crisis has affected the global market to a great deal. Such turbulence has made employees anxious, disappointed and has inculcated in them an aggressive behaviour. They have developed some sort of negative attitude towards their organization as well as their job. They have become less committed and less transparent. Hence it has become very essential for the management to turn to human resource management and help employees to be satisfied with their job not only to retain them but to incorporate in them a strong sense of involvement that would sure drive the business performance. Here the role of organizational culture comes into play. In such a strong culture employees reflect a pride of ownership throughout the company and workforce wide understanding of the company’s strategic goals. Such a culture encompasses the collective goals of a company and the standards of expected behaviour in achieving these goals. Thus the organizational culture is critical for helping employees define success, guide behaviour and set common expectations.