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UBCENGL 112Peter MahonWinter

ENGL 112 Lecture Notes - P16, Socalled

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Bullying at school: a canadian perspective (scholarly article) (shortfall: written before cyberbulling was a major issue) First sentence: terrorize oth
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UBCENGL 112Peter MahonWinter

ENGL 112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Academic Writing, Nominalization, Presupposition

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English 112 lecture 8 - hallmarks of scholarly style: nominalization (aw 211-222) Scholarly style is a heavily nominal style it prefers nouns to verbs:
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UBCENGL 112Kim TrainorWinter

ENGL 112 Lecture Notes - Hypermasculinity, Edward Said, Commodification

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Orientalism and saving" the us state identity after 9/11. Saving questioning if the us state identity is actually being saved. Read abstract author s o
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UBCENGL 112Erika PatersonSummer

ENGL 112 Notes Collection, hopes this can help~

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UBCENGL 112Paul EndoFall

ENGL 112 Lecture 13: Final Exam Tips

Audio recording started: 12:20 pm december 1, 2017. The exam paper is colour coded - ours are white. It is a critical thinking and analysis course. Mak
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UBCENGL 112Peter MahonWinter

ENGL 112 Lecture 5: English 112 – Lecture 5 – Techniques for Critical Summary

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English 112 lecture 5 techniques for critical summary. Up to the reader to supply the higher level concepts that the original does not supply on its su
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UBCENGL 112Peter MahonWinter

ENGL 112 Lecture 1: English 112 – Lecture 1 – Academic Summary

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UBCENGL 112Sarah ParryFall

ENGL 112 Lecture Notes - Hawaiian Pidgin, Tesol Quarterly

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UBCENGL 110Miguel MotaFall

ENGL 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Buto

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Buto 416 mon : 10-11 fri : 11-12 email - miguel. mota@ubc. ca our main focus is language itself - including nuance, connotation, denotation, e. g. : my
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UBCENGL 112Peter MahonWinter

ENGL 112 Lecture 3: English 112 – Lecture 3 – Research Proposal

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UBCENGL 112AllFall

ENGL 112 Lecture Notes - Freakonomics

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UBCENGL 112Peter MahonWinter

ENGL 112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Downtown Eastside, Urban Decay

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English 112 lecture 2 the method of summary: Identifying the levels of information at work in. Two levels: general/abstract/conceptual, specific/concre
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