Event: Voices of Students Around the World about Women's Empowerment in their Countries
Sponsors: Fordham University, International Federation of Social Workers
In this event students from China, Myanma
Here why I want to research HOW SOCAIL MEDIA AFFECT OUR LANGUAGE. Science I come from
Bangladesh, the culture of America was very different. In order to adapt and hang on the new culture, I
had to use social media or media in general to watch and learn. H
1. a) What are the parts of a neuron? b) How are neural impulses generated?
c) How does one nerve cell communicate with another?
The parts of a neuron are : body cell, dendrite and axon. The dendrite fibers receive information
The Science of Language: Summary and Evaluation
Instructor/Professor- Nancy Haiduck
How many languages in the world
In the article How many language are there in the world by Anderson. S (2012)
from Oxford University Press, the linguist And
Some articles you may wish to read to get ideas about your own research.
Anderson, Stephen R (2012). How many languages are there in the world? Languages.
Oxford University Press.
Berger, Jonah (November 20, 2015). Why Cool Is Still Cool. The New York Tim
The word Yeti means?
b) Abominable snowman
c) Snow bear
How many sides does a snowflake have?
*Dont forget to cite your source!
*The first student to correctly answer this
question wins a nifty little prize!
Order to understanding something better you need to use more sentences or more paragraphs,
more tasks to explain the meaning. Extended Definition may include pictures to describe the task
better. Extended definition means one or more t
Annotated Bibliography Sample
McWhorter, J. (2014, December 5). Why save a language? The New York Times. Retrieved from
John McWhorter, a respected linguist, critic, academic, and author, has written an opinion piece in The
FIQWS: Composition-History & Culture
Assignment: Read Is texting here to stay and On the New Literacy.
Answer argument assessment for both.
1) Is the thesis clear and appropriately qualified?
On the New Literacy:
Are Bilinguals Smarter than
By Ruma Bhowmik
FIQWS- Composition: History and Culture
Psychologists and linguists have studied the effects of bilingualism and cognition for many
years. As early as the 1920s, two well
Instructor: Christine Scanlon
FIQWS-Composition: History & Language
5 November 2014
Being Bilingual Makes You Intelligent
Thesis statement: In my perspective, regardless of scientific studies, I believe
that bilinguals are more inte
FIQWS- Composition: History & Culture
Emerson, R.W. (2009, September 9). Chapter IV: language. from Nature;
Addresses and Lectures. Retrieved September 15, 2014, from
FIQWS: Composition: Language & Culture
Instructor: Christine Scanlon
Assignment: Write as a student in Jordans class arguing for or against use of Black English in
writing to newspaper.
It was shocking to come to know that another senseless d
The Science of Language
Literacy Narrative Assignment
Professor: Christine Scanlon
First Childhood Mistake
Education is the key for success in life. Reading and writing is a one of the main key
for you education. Thro