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Developing literacy at the beginning of secondary school through mythical tales and acting

M. Prodeau, M. L'Hermitte Matrand
2007 L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature  
In this project, the teacher attempted to provide a support system for both first and second language acquisition.  ...  This constant back and forth between the oral and written format under the guidance of the expert formed the backbone of the system designed to help them discover a language beyond the daily contacts and  ...  This support system refers to the cultural system that "frames the interaction of human beings in such a way as to aid the aspirant speaker in mastering the uses of languages" (p. 120).  ... 
doi:10.17239/l1esll-2007.07.02.01 fatcat:q47wtx3d7jay5kb76ezglxaigy

Jerry Tabor, Jean-Claude Risset, Otto Laske, Agostino Di Scipio, Michael Hamman, Mark Sullivan, Insook Choi, Thomas DeLio: Electro Acoustic Music VI Compact disc, 1999, Neuma 450-99; available from Neuma Records, 71 Maple Street, Acton, Massachusetts 01720, USA

Thomas Licata
2001 Computer Music Journal  
Since Orphée was presented in 1953 and the Traité was published in 1966, the book's subtitle, From the Broadcasts to Orphée, must be read as a metonymical allusion. The meticulous work Mr.  ...  The series of experiments and documentations were aimed at achieving enharmonic shifts from one phase trajectory to another in the system."  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj.2001.25.1.77 fatcat:hdpkbgygfvffzk7fmeegkddtqm

Translating Contemporary French Poetry

Emma Wagstaff, Nina Parish
2018 Irish Journal of French Studies  
There is little critical examination of anthologizing; André Lefevere's discussion provides a solid starting point, but does not consider the effects an anthology can have on a source culture system. 2  ...  but also recasts their positions in the poetic system of the source culture.  ...  That is because the process of 'removing' the texts from their source systems and placing them in a new dialogue with one another is a way of freeing them from habits of categorization that have proved  ... 
doi:10.7173/164913318825258347 fatcat:kpi6sjvi4rcbtjdraazvpwgebq


2011 Vox Sanguinis  
One hundred and fifty-two (89%) questionnaires were returned. All the data were analyzed by SPSS 14.0.  ...  The internal market had a positive impact on organizational identification and organizational citizenship behavior.  ...  Aims: The aim of the study is to investigate the phenotype frequencies of various blood group systems and to characterize the rare donors found in the donor population.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1423-0410.2011.01546.x fatcat:hzzkcfxiwbfsrg3vk5tdqaoynq

Report of the Executive Committee for 2020

A. T. Ashcroft
2022 Acta Crystallographica Section A: Foundations and Advances  
techniques, including SAS, to investigate food surface area measurement using SAXS methods.  ...  As structural data from biological systems continue to appear.  ... 
doi:10.1107/s2053273321012067 pmid:34967332 fatcat:vgryy42a7rcidannzv5l5ptk7y

Rapsodia Ibero-Indiana: Transoceanic creolization and the mando of Goa

2021 Modern Asian Studies  
I investigate the mando's kinetic, performative, musical, and linguistic aspects, its emergence from a creolization of mentalités that commenced with the advent of Christianity in Goa, its relationship  ...  Gamini Fonseka, Baila Kaffirinna: an investigation (Colombo: S.  ...  ), p. . 56 Father Labat of the French Antilles, whose techniques of conversion and rum distillation were equally efficacious, and who furnished one of the earliest accounts of 'negro dance' on the plantation  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0026749x20000311 fatcat:jqlfhvlfenchbba56yq2iwuvmu

Pierre Schaeffer'S Typo-Morphology Of Sonic Objects

Carlos Palombini, Peter D. Manning
2011 Zenodo  
It suffers from the almost open-ended nature of its metaphorical vocabulary, the emphasis the text lays on reactive rhetoric, its reliance on 'methods of approximation', and from a gradual distancing from  ...  Chapter III elaborates on the premisses of typology and morphology.  ...  Moreover, Orphee represented a tentative answer to another problem posed by concrete music: the absence of the visual element which characterized the traditional concem 'In fact, concrete music apart,  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.154276 fatcat:kkmp2a6nubf77amky7jafjeadu

The Taming of the Shrew - non-standard text processing in the Digital Humanities [article]

Sarah Schulz, Universität Stuttgart, Universität Stuttgart
Likewise, the investigation of narrative perspective in Goethe's ballads calls for methods that can handle German verse from the 18th century.  ...  With the growing importance of text analysis in various areas such as spoken language understanding, social media processing and the interpretation of text material from the humanities, techniques and  ...  The initial idea of the system architecture has been developed in collaboration with Bart Desmet, Orphée DeClercq, Véronique Hoste and Els Lefever.  ... 
doi:10.18419/opus-9685 fatcat:x35u3cimanc2pfsj2jy3bvfolm

Braiding time: in search of sounds from within

N. Morrish
Secondly, pure-ratio tuning systems are discussed as a means of creating frequential relationships.  ...  This commentary reflects upon my search for sounds that emerge from within materials, rather than those imposed by structures from without.  ...  Initially, I explored various biotic systems characterized by a capacity for self-organization.  ... 
doi:10.24379/rcm.00001966 fatcat:5g2jxlyu6rd5hcwfvibkm3gjpe

On the threshold of beauty

Tazelaar Kees, Technische Universität Berlin, Stefan Weinzierl, Daniel Teruggi
elektronische Musik which emerged from 1951 onwards at the Cologne broadcast station.  ...  The final chapter deals with initiatives from organizations and composers which led, parallel with and in succession to the electronic music from Philips, to permanent studios for electronic music and  ...  Acknowledgments Access to research materials was provided by Mark-Paul Meyer The author was able to examine archival materials related to Louis Kalff and the Philips Pavilion before they were transferred from  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-11380 fatcat:u2m2krjalnfpxa3sji5zj73ic4

IJSD Volume 3 2013 After Deren: Full Issue

Claudia Kappenberg, Doug Rosenberg
2017 The International Journal of Screendance  
As is evident from the transcript of the symposium, Deren receives only negative and derisory comments from the other speakers and the discussion contributes little to the ideas or terms that she proposes  ...  Two years later, her return to the screen couldn't have been more different from the heightened realities of the screenworks that characterized her work in the early 2000s.  ...  See Bordwell and Thompson, "Narrative as a Formal System. " 5.  ... 
doi:10.18061/ijsd.v3i0.5678 fatcat:pthwwsl2nnfmnnz5yomv2m7hlm

Part II. Creating a Tradition [chapter]

2018 Autobiographical Voices  
This is a technique that the narrative text shows Maya learn ing from many sources: her oral tradition as well as her newly ac quired skills as a dancer and performer.  ...  As the narrative develops, Maya gradually acquires her own survival techniques.  ...  The "pure spirit" is pure stupidity: if we abstract the nervous system and the senses-the "mortal shroud" -then we miscalculate-that is all!"  ... 
doi:10.7591/9781501723100-005 fatcat:2decubx3jjgvzcw53fphzgxpza

Le héros romanesque négatif ; de ses implications ontocritiques. Le cas de Meursault, personnage de l'Etranger d'Albert Camus

Ben Brahim, Hamida Université, Djilali Liabès, Bel Sidi, Abbès
Ainsi confond-on le récit (le langage et ses modalitésverbales, dont principalement une grammaire, comme dans un roman et paraverbaless comme pour un conte oral, toute la charge sémantique de la présence  ...  Conclusion Curiosity pushed me to investigate the new experiment called LMD and to identify more its pioneers and to know what differs them from other students of the classical system.  ...  Much classroom talk is characterized by the extent to which one speaker, the teacher, has conversational control over the topic, over the relevance or correctness of what students say, and even over when  ... 

The Written Utterance as a Core Concept in Grapholinguistics

Martin Neef
Grapholinguistics in the 21st Century, Part I   unpublished
TSM is grateful to many individuals-the list is long-for stimulating discussions during the last nineteen years regarding several writing systems, visual experiments, photographic assistance, and com munication  ...  At least in systems traditionally characterized as featur ing a deep orthography-in other words: systems involving morphono grams on a regular basis, thus providing conventionalized links between specific  ...  accessory considered to be a technique of oppression.  ... 
doi:10.36824/2020-graf-neef fatcat:quimxdtq6zal5pzycpndobpk7m

Riddled constructs : a study of musical humour in Emmanuel Chabrier's comic operas

Jennifer Ellen Paulson
Chapter 4 offers an investigation of humorous musical discourse in Chabrier's mature opéra comique Le Roi malgré lui (1887) that is more comprehensive.  ...  Remarkably, Chabrier's music disappeared from the performing repertory almost immediately and is hardly known today.  ...  310 Certain French-Polish hostilities seem to have characterized the historic reign of Henri of Valois as King of Poland (r. 1573Poland (r. -1574)).  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0072422 fatcat:earbjtxyezcn7mdogqhggn2iiy
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