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COGNITIVE FACTORS: STYLES:+To learn: visual, auditory or kinaesthetic style.+To organize information: field- independent, analytical or synthetic, reflective or impulsive, etc.+To elaborate information: communicative, conformist, critical thinkers, memorizing learners, etc.//STRATEGIES:+Direct strategies: cognitive,compensation, memory. +Indirect strategies: metacognitive, affective and social./// AFECTS IN A LANGUAGE LEARNING:  -Success in language learning depends“less on materials, techniques

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NIVEL 1= 1)You ARE a student. 2)HeS from Canada. 3)We ARENT from Brasil. We re from Perú. 4) Hes my brother. HIS name is Martin. 5) My mother is from Argentina but HER parents are from Italy. 6)SARA”S brother is Tomas. 7)I have two DESKS. 8)His CHILDREN are Marc, Saskia and Alina. 9)THAT coat is Peters. 10)THESE trainers are new. 11)There ARE two chairs in my living room. 12)There ISNT any money in my wallet. 13)Are the books ON the chair? 14)The sofa is BETWEEN the two Windows. 15)I WORK in

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Alfred, Lord Tennyson, (born August 6, 1809, Somersby, Lincolnshire, England—died October 6, 1892, Aldworth, Surrey), English poet often regarded as the chief representative of the Victorian age in poetry. He was raised to the peerage in 1884.

Tennyson was the fourth of 12 children, born into an old Lincolnshire family, his father a rector. He was sent in 1815 to Louth grammar school—where he was unhappy. He left in 1820, but, though home conditions were difficult, his father managed to give

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  • Macroeconomics – The study of aggregate economic activity. It investigates how the economy as a whole works.

  • Circular flow of income – A simplified model of the economy that shows the flow of money through the economy.

  • Leakages – Income received but not used to finance expenditure on domestic goods and services, i.e. not returning directly to firms.

  • Injections – Income that does not come directly from the households through their spending on goods and services.

  • Savings – Income that is not

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Sample or Census( differences: census is a complete enumeration of all the people and ask them what opinion they have, the problem is imposible to have all population… sampling is choosing people in order to know something about the population; know things about the population)

Sampling design process:1.Determine the Target Population2.Determine the Sampling Frame ( how I can identify them)3.Select a Sampling TechniqueSampling Techniques:


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Federico Echevarria


The text we analyze is a fragment of the rally-protest speech that the Basque businessman Federico Echevarria gave in Bilbao on December 9, 1893 in favour of protectionism.

As a regards the origin, it is a primary source. As a regards the form, it is a public meeting/rally, then it is a narrative text; in the content, it is a economical text.

The text is addressed to the Government and to businessmen, therefore it is a public text.

The main objective of Echevarria was to eliminate free

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The Big Five Personality Traits CH 1

●Conscientiousness – dependable, organized, reliable, ambitious, hardworking, and persevering.

●Conscientiousness has the biggest influence on job performance.

●Conscientious employees prioritize accomplishment striving, which reflects a strong desire to accomplish task-related goals as a means of expressing personality.

●Agreeableness – warm, kind, cooperative, sympathetic, helpful, and courteous.

●Prioritize communion striving, which reflects a strong

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Part 1: World War 1
Causes of WW1
Militarism: Germany was competing with the Uk to rebuild battleships. The British feared an attack on their empire. Germany was competing with Russia to expand their armies. 
Alliances: all major powers were linked by a system of alliances. The alliances made it more likely that a war would start. Once started, the alliances made it more likely to spread. 
Imperialism: all great powers were competing for colonies/territories. The British forced Germany in Africa.
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Week 10: Solid and Hazardous WasteWhat is solid waste vs. hazardous waster

1.Solid waste: any unwanted or discarded material we produce that is not a liquid or a gas, Packaging, Appliances,Organic materials, Food waste, Papers Electronics

2.Hazardous waste: threatens human health or the environment because it is poisonous, dangerously chemically reactive, corrosive, or flammable

Industrial solvents.,Hospital medical waste.,Car batteries.,Household pesticide products.Dry-cell batteries.Ash from incinerators

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History Test

Expansion: in 1840 slavery moved to center stage of american politics, but as a result of the nation’s territorial expansion (5000 emigrants). The californios, land ended up in the hands of new class of Mexican cattle ranchers, who defined their own identity in large measure against the surrounding Indian population. they referred to themselves as gente the razón. The Mexican War was the fist America conflict to be fought primarily on foreign soil and the first in which America troops occupied
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