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    Language learning in other subjects

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    L’estudi d’una llengua segueix tres grans eixos: la història, les estructures i els usos. Si el primer i el segon corresponen, bàsicament –tot i que sense exclusivitat–, a les disciplines lingüístiques, la tercera directriu no pot reduir-se a l’àmbit curricular d’aquestes, sinó que el desenvolupament de les destreses verbals (definir, parafrasejar, fer resums, interpretar i produir textos formals, etc.) s’articula en objectius que només s’assoliran mitjançant un ensinistrament quotidià i generalitzat en tot l’espectre curricular.Studying a language involves three main points: history, structures and uses. If the first and second points correspond basically – although not exclusively - to language subjects, the third point cannot be reduced to the curriculum, but involves developing verbal skills (define, paraphrase, summarise, interpret and produce formal texts) articulated in objectives that will only be reached through everyday, generalised teaching across the curricular spectrum.Aquest treball s’ha realitzat en el marc del projecte de recerca del Ministeri de Ciència i Innovació FFI2010-1851

    Aron Broches, Selected Essays: World Bank, ICSID and Other Subjects of Public and Private International Law

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    With the possible exception of international peace and security, global economic development has been the dominant theme in international law and international relations since the end of the Second World War. The tenor and intensity has varied over the decades, but the objectives, centering on institutional arrangements and programs to promote the global economy, have remained the same. Broches\u27 collection of essays, originally written between 1957 and 1992, attests to his intimate knowledge of the workings of the IBRD and its related agencies. In addition to providing both the history and the jurisprudential analysis of these institutions, these essays constitute a discourse on public as well as private international law. They contribute, moreover, to a progressive development of the international law of foreign investment. Essentially, this is a book about arbitration and dispute settlement, with its history told and explained by one who was present at its creation. Broches puts international arbitration into both the contexts of private and public international law. This book contains twenty-five essays and is divided into six parts: (1) the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development; (2) Registration of Treaties and International Agreements; (3) the International Center for the Settlement of Investment of Disputes; (4) International Commercial Arbitration; (5) Investment Disputes; and (6) a section devoted to miscellaneous topics

    Exploring a Model for Integrating Career Education with Other Subjects

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    The purpose of this study was to explore the way to integrate career education into academic subjects in schools. Despite large number of agreements on the importance of career education, it has been provided sporadically without systematic coherence. By integrating career education with other subjects, it can be implemented continuously covering wider span of career development competencies. Through this integrative approach, students can understand the reason why they have to learn those subjects, in turn, they can have higher motivation for learning. In order to find models for integrating career education with other academic subjects, first, we examined the current situations of career education with narrative inquiry method and survey from 1,000 teachers. In the next stage, we clarified the elements of career development competencies by executing delphi survey with 35 professionals. Cases of 4 countries(England, New Zealand, Canada, and Australia) for integrated career education with other subjects were examined. As the main conclusion of this study, two models for integration of career education with other subject areas were presented. We clarified the concept of career development competencies, which are the elements to be connected with goals of other subjects. We analyzed the revised curriculum of 5 subjects(Korean, mathematics, social studies, moral and ethics, and technical-house management) and the elements that can be linked with career development competencies

    A Priority for California's Future: Science for Students

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    Based on a survey and focus groups, examines Californians' views on science education, including priority relative to other subjects, timing, amount, quality of instruction, adequacy of resources, and conditions required for improvement

    The Outsider and Sunk Cost Effects on 'Dango' in Public Procurement Bidding: An Experimental Analysis.

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    This paper presents the result of experiments for finding some insight into an effect of the new bidding system in Japanese public construction works procurement on bidders' collusion, which is called 'dango'. We focused on an effect of the entry of an outsider who is not a dango member. The main conclusion of the experiments is that an outsider, a subject who is not allowed to communicate with other subjects, has a robust effect to prevent other subjects from colluding and to make the winning price decrease considerably.CONSTRUCTION ; PRICES ; BIDDING

    The Bourgeois and the islamist, or, the other subjects of Politics

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    here is much theoretical work already underway on the many facets of Badiou's theory of political subjectivation. However, little attention has been directed hitherto to those figures of the subject which cannot be easily identifiable with a universalist or generic orientation. Beginning with Badiou's struggles with the subjectivity of the bourgeois in the seminars that make up his Theorie du sujet (1982), this article tries to track his thinking of the 'other';, non- or anti-universalist subjects of politics, and to think what effects their inclusion within a theory of the subject, and indeed a theory of political praxis, may have. Taking issue with some recent remarks of Badiou on the isomorphies between Islamism and fascism in Logiques des mondes (2006), the article also seeks to develop Badiou's notion of 'reactive' and 'obscure' subjects through a brief engagement with recent interpretations of political Islam

    Integration of Visual Art with Other Subjects in the Illinois High Schools

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    The true nature of this work is to show that integration of visual art is taking place in the Illinois High Schools. This conclusion is the result of a survey sent out to a group of Illinois High Schools. The results show that the Central and Southern Illinois High Schools have more integration of academic subjects incorporated in their curriculum compared to Northern Illinois High Schools. Yet integration of other art subjects are taught more in the Northern Illinois High Schools then the Central or Southern Illinois High Schools. Physical Education proved to be the subject least likely to be integrated. Social Studies, Literature and Creative Writing showed the most positive responses of academic subjects. The arts subject that was least likely to be integrated by either group was dance movement. The three most likely to be integrated arts were senses, sound/music and literature/poetry. This paper also shows the most common teaching approach used by both groups is emphasis on elements and principles of design. The responses were then divided by school size. This paper will show that small schools integrate academic subjects more than medium or large schools. It will also show medium sized schools integrating other art subjects more than small or large schools. Small and large schools both chose physical education as the academic subject least integrated. The medium sized schools show composition as the least integrated academic subject. In the integration of other arts all groups integrated dance/movement least. The most integrated arts are senses, literature/poetry and music/sound. None of the three goups had them ranked in the same order. In the category of teaching approach all groups chose emphasis on elements and principle of design. The final chapter of this thesis examines many articles published that show integration taking place most the articles are project orientated. Many involve social studies. Other subjects are science, language arts, the senses, poetry, film and a musical

    Integration of Visual Art with Other Subjects in the Illinois High Schools

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    The true nature of this work is to show that integration of visual art is taking place in the Illinois High Schools. This conclusion is the result of a survey sent out to a group of Illinois High Schools. The results show that the Central and Southern Illinois High Schools have more integration of academic subjects incorporated in their curriculum compared to Northern Illinois High Schools. Yet integration of other art subjects are taught more in the Northern Illinois High Schools then the Central or Southern Illinois High Schools. Physical Education proved to be the subject least likely to be integrated. Social Studies, Literature and Creative Writing showed the most positive responses of academic subjects. The arts subject that was least likely to be integrated by either group was dance movement. The three most likely to be integrated arts were senses, sound/music and literature/poetry. This paper also shows the most common teaching approach used by both groups is emphasis on elements and principles of design. The responses were then divided by school size. This paper will show that small schools integrate academic subjects more than medium or large schools. It will also show medium sized schools integrating other art subjects more than small or large schools. Small and large schools both chose physical education as the academic subject least integrated. The medium sized schools show composition as the least integrated academic subject. In the integration of other arts all groups integrated dance/movement least. The most integrated arts are senses, literature/poetry and music/sound. None of the three goups had them ranked in the same order. In the category of teaching approach all groups chose emphasis on elements and principle of design. The final chapter of this thesis examines many articles published that show integration taking place most the articles are project orientated. Many involve social studies. Other subjects are science, language arts, the senses, poetry, film and a musical
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