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Learner Profile Handout 100%

THE LEARNER PROFILE Empowers Learners 00 Gives learners an active voice and choice in their education by allowing them to create, own and maintain their own profile.


DO s2015 48 98%

During this period, class advisers for Grade 10 in all public secondary schools shall register their learners for SHS and submit learners’ preferences through the SHS Registration Module in the LIS.


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Learners of English as a second (ESL) or a foreign language (EFL) are always encouraged to avail themselves of all forms of authentic language input within the classroom and beyond.


04 14Dec15 2860 Essa Panahandeh 97%

The Role of Input-based and Output-based Language Teaching in Learning English Phrasal Verbs by Upper-intermediate Iranian EFL Learners.


Unit Spec 97%

Learners Instructions PROGRAMME OCR LEVEL 3 CAMBRIDGE TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE/DIPLOMA IN IT UNIT/TITLE Unit 39 - Understanding The Business Analytic Process For Big Data LECTURER’S NAME Luke Fallis ASSIGNMENT No 1-3 TITLE DATE ISSUED 01/04/2017 “Business Analytics – Expanding The Market Space” HAND-IN DATE LEVEL 3 30/05/2017 LEARNER’S NAME STUDENT NUMBER       THERE IS A STRICT DEADLINE FOR THE ​HAND-IN DATE​ OF ASSIGNMENTS THE FINAL WORK PRESENTED BY THE LEARNER FOR ASSESSMENT MUST BE THEIR OWN WORK The tasks within the assessment suggest what form of presentation is appropriate.


Learning Support Tool Kil 1 - Effective Partnerships 97%

Think about how you might feel being sat in a lesson trying to decipher how best to support the learners while listening to the teaching segment.


P3 96%

Learning Objectives:     - Identify the benefits of business analytics to a business environment.  - Review the relationship between analytics, sector application and impact.   - Analysis of opportunities through big data review.   - Methodology review for business analytics.   Implementation  Learning Context  For Pass 3​ learners must identify the benefits of business analytics within the business  environment. The benefits can be discussed in two ways, either within a singular organisation or  a general overview across a business sector. The report should document as many benefits as  possible, learners can present these with mind maps that illustrate cross sector benefits.            1      Procedure - Pass 3   Learners should focus on a specific business, suggestively the college, and identify the benefits  of business analytics within the business environment. Learners are to begin identifying the  benefits of business analytics, commenting on how they are defined and met. They can then  begin to review the sector usage, and how the current implementation is able to deliver to its  users.  To conclude, learners can identify business impact and further clarify the way in which  utilized big data can aid in benefiting a business. Learners are also required to produce ​two​ mind  maps covering the content discussed in the report.     Use Of Analytics   Business Intelligence  Business intelligence (BI)  is the ‘umbrella’ term used to process and analyze raw “Big Data” for  business intent. As mentioned, the inclusion of analytics shows demonstrates how companies  indirectly accumulate data that can be further utilized to increase the quality, and in some cases  efficiency, of their business. For this section, learners should discuss the difference between a  business with BI and one without.   Link:​ ​   Link: ​     Forecasting  Forecasting is a task that all businesses must carry out to ensure their survival in today's  competitive market. Big Data has influenced this in recent years, namely by providing a new  means of prediction with increase accuracy and validity. Previously, businesses would not have  the ability to make ‘as’ accurate predictions on consumer trends, however due to the precise  nature of big data this is now achievable. For this section, learners should discuss the difference  between both methods of forecasting (With and without the use of big data) and identify the traits  from big data that help benefit businesses.   Link: ​   Link: ​      2      Linear, Integer and Constraint Programming    Linear Programming​ - Is the process of reviewing the amount of tasks / objectives and  identifying the complex relationship(s) between each tasks. You can them highlight the optimal  process and increase your efficiency and productivity.   Integer Programming​ - In the case that the scenario is more complex, and linear programming is  not strong enough, integer programming is used. An example of this instance is vehicle routing,  to which there are constant fluctuation amongst the variables that it remains difficult to predict,  hence the need for more control.   Constraint Programming​ ​- Is the name awarded to the process of analysing a large data set and  sorting them in order to achieve the highest satisfaction rate. An example is the college  timetables, as they are in constant fluctuation, a system can govern this allocating rooms with the  correct size and resources whilst being on the correct campus.   For this section learners should comment on how adding these methods above to a business  would bring benefit. Starting with the notion that the data being analysed is subject to sorting  based on predetermined rules with the end goal being increased efficiency.   Link: ​  Link: ​  Link: ​     Problem Solving  Changes that occur within the industry can have incredible impact on businesses as the market is  in a constant state of flux, however, there are some problems that require attention before they  can be remedied. In the case of a demographic issue, resulting in a large percentage of your  consumers no longer enjoying your product, how can you deal with this accordingly? Well, the  first thing is to review what you know to be true, the data. For this section learners should discuss  how archived data, namely from the consumer demographic, can aid in locating points of origin  for present business issues.   Link: ​       3      Identification Of Patterns   The purpose of pattern identification is to recognise anomalies and correlation within data sets.  Companies can archive all the big data they need, however, the data remains useless unless it  can be verified, validated and comprehended. Patterns provide rules to which define the  construct of relationships between data, across the subject set. Learners should begin by  explaining the problem space and how that can damage a business if left unacknowledged. They  should then focus on how these different methods can aid a business by providing clarity and  giving their data sets validity.   Link: ​       Use Of Analytics   IBM Smarter Commerce   Smarter commerce is the process of better management of all tasks to improve customer value,  brand loyalty and consumer satisfaction. The use of IBM’s service demonstrates how companies  can better manage the explosion of available data, to date, and therefore achieve higher  standards. Analysing all the available data can be difficult, however with the use of advanced  systems and solutions provides an autonomous equivalent that saves time, effort and minimizes  error / risk space. Learners should discuss how this could benefit a business with an influx on  available data, showcasing the service and all that it offers.   Link: ​     IBM Smarter Care   Smarter care is the thought that health is relative to a number of different variables, and although  we cannot always account for this, artificial intelligence can. IBM Watson aims to take a holistic  approach to the data set(s) and uncover insights into possible detriments to health. Overall, their  goal is to improve individual outcomes, lower deliverance costs and drive wellness within a  community. Learners should explain why Watson should be considered in aiding the fight  towards improved individual recognition, followed with an review of all claimed benefits that are  to be provided.   Link: ​   4      Siting Of Wind Farms   As the world is moving towards a collective goal of becoming “greener” before decisions that  impact society greatly can be considered, the research and data must be present. Big data is  already used in methods of environmental conservation, however, it is now being used towards  the generation of clean energy. As we are collecting more reliable data regarding the wind  patterns and behaviour on our planet, we are able to design more efficient and reliable turbines  for energy generation. Learners must explain the correlation between increased environmental  data sets and their impact on wind power. Following the link, they are able to comprehend the  impact of wind farms and their consideration for futuristic technology.   Link: ​     Cancer Research  We live in a world in which we are working together to improve the global health situation, sadly  there are still certain health complications that are still present within society. Cancer is one of the  biggest health detriments to date, and due to this high statistics, it has been considered to be  applied to big data techniques. Managed archives of cancer mutations, diagnostic practises and  patient samples will drastically increase the way we approach treatment options. It also provides  a means of collaboration regarding experimental treatments for people with more complex  diagnosis. Learners should discuss the impact to cancer research big data could have, covering  the range of benefits that present.   Link: ​     Business Impact   Production Planning  Businesses that provide products to consumers often acquire the raw materials needed for  production, and manage the complete process. However, as the laws and regulations on these  raw materials fluctuate and the manufacturing methods change, how can businesses stay on top?  Well, they review each aspect of how they operate, reviewing it based on predetermined criteria  and then assessing it in a linear modular approach.  Learners should highlight the importance of  production planning and accounting for each step of the process. Please see the link below.   Link: ​   5


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The linguistic choices of teachers of young EFL learners Ofra Inbar-Lourie Tel Aviv University and Beit Berl Academic College, Israel Abstract Key words Move 2 This research attempted to explore the language patterns of teachers of varying linguistic backgrounds teaching English as a foreign language step 1 L1 in language teaching step2 EFL teachers’ beliefs step3 (EFL) to young learners.


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A study of the weaker language of L2 learners and heritage speakers International Journal of Bilingualism 2014, Vol.


Specification 95%

Centres may use some or all these activities or some of their own devising to teach and help learners complete this unit successfully.


Waterloo House Girls Statement 94%

#Hearus #Broken #Thehelpless #Wynberggirls We the learners at Waterloo House, would like someone out there to hear us, we have been violated, broken repeatedly and we now feel helpless.


Residency Criteria Code sheet 93%

RC6 A national of any European Union (EU) country (the ‘EU national principal32’) or their spouse, child, grandchild, dependant parent or grandparent of such a person, or of such a person’s spouse and been ordinarily resident in the European Economic Area (EEA) for three years An EEA migrant worker or the spouse or child or dependant parent or grandparent of an EEA migrant worker, or of the EEA migrant worker’s spouse, where the Learner has been ordinarily resident in the EEA for the three years preceding the ‘relevant date’ Anyone who is recognised as a refugee by the UK Government (granted refugee status) who has remained ordinarily resident in the UK and Islands since being so recognised, or the spouse or child of such a refugee Anyone refused refugee status but who has been granted leave to stay by the Secretary of State, granted humanitarian protection (HP) or discretionary leave (DL), or was granted exceptional leave to enter or remain (ELE/ELR) by the UK Government, and who has remained ordinarily resident in the UK and Islands since being so recognised, or the spouse or child of such a person Learners studying under reciprocal exchange agreements RC7 RC8 RC9 RC10 RC11 RC12 Learners who are children of Swiss nationals where the Learner has been resident in the EEA for the full three-year period prior to the commencement of their programme Learners who are children of Turkish workers where the Turkish worker has been lawfully employed and resident in the UK at any time in the past and where the Learner has been resident in the EEA and Turkey for the full three-year period prior to the commencement of their programme.


02 Non-formal Education in Improving Quality pengganti 93%

The findings show that there is no income generating program initiated by the organizations for the learners along with education.


SG360 Case study 93%

The training is brought to life in an entertaining and engaging way, including a video-based training case study to allow learners the ability to practice what they have learned in a safe environment.



Sometimes it is simply a matter of giving our learners the space they need to express their ideas and creativity by setting tasks which enable them to contribute their own thoughts and experiences.


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Though it is generally acknowledged that English is devoid of a typical gender system, the authors of step4 the article believe that the learners of English ascribe subconsciously gender to some English nouns transferring gender either from L1 or L2.


AssClu P2 Q4 91%

Trialling the tool before it is used by learners tests the effectiveness of the tool without affecting a learner.


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1) Clear behavioural expectations 2) Stimuli that ‘condition’ learners to progress towards these expectations c) Cognitive Learning Theory Cognitivism rejects the idea that behaviour is just a response to external stimuli.


CMPN 91%

To a ract and prepare learners to a ain sound knowledge in the field of Computer Engineering.


EDLD 5313-Week #3-Atchison 91%

Learners will enhance independent reading, literary analysis, writing, and academic discussion skills through the application of choice and blogging in connection with a self-selected novel.


GS F326 Creative Thinking 88%

The main objective is to help learners think outside the box and approach problems in the real world from a fresh perspective.


05 30Sep12 Sani Alhaji Garba 563 revised version 88%

The education industry is now faced with the challenge of helping learners to acquire this literacy.


Peer Teaching Sheet 86%

(Amanet) Curious, self-directed learners committed to continuous learning The 21st century employee needs to acquire new knowledge to keep in the loop and remain relevant in the fast-changing business environment of today.


ConceptDocument 85%

              In  addition,  we  propose  to  offer  learners  the  opportunity  to   build  their  own  apps  for  each  other,  for  their  children  and  for   themselves  by  creating  a  version  of  FlinkMake  which  allows   them  to  create  their  own  educational  activities,  upload  them   to  a  community  library  and  download  them  for  use.


TET Paper 1 Child Development and Pedagogy 85%

Learners construct knowledge for themselves-constructing meaning is learning-focus on the learner not on the lesson taught- Personal and social construction of meaning-Learning to Learn making meaning Learning, a social activity-ZPD.