The Most Primary of Care Talking about Driving and Distraction
Amy N. Ship, M.D.
Imagine the scene: three young women are traveling in a car. It is a sunny morning,
traffic is light, and all are wearing their seat belts and are not intoxicated. T
A risk is a possibility in the future that we
deem bad and that would be a consequence
of some action we take or dont take
You would like your pet dog to run free when you go for a
Date: 21 November 2013
Time: 11.15a.m. 12.30 p.m.
1 hour 15 minutes
A Listening (20 marks)
B Reading (20 marks)
Listen to two recordings will be
SCHOOL OF GENERAL AND FOUNDATION STUDIES
ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC ACADEMIC PURPOSES
ACADEMIC YEAR 2013
Course: English for Specific Academic
Credit : 3
Lectures : Thurs : 11.00 a.m. 1.00 p.m.
Fri.: 11.00 a.m. 12.00 no
FORUM TOPIC : WHY SHOULD ADULT GET VACCINATIONS ?
POINT : Some vaccines are formulated just for adult.
Good morning to fellow colleagues and audiences.
As a pharmacist, when we say about vaccine, we actually have many products available for adults only.
Like word choice, the language of a passage has control over tone.
Consider language to be the entire body of words used in a text, not simply isolated bits
For example, an invitation to a wedding might use formal language, while a b
Gengatharan Das AIMST 2011
Viewpoint of the writer
Organisation of ideas
Tone used by the writer
Language used by the writer
Gengatharan Das AIMST
Why was the text w
Listening 15 marks
Time 25 minutes
Question 2 10 marks
Reading Skills tone, purpose,
Question 3 20 marks
Reading skills ; Vocabulary; Main and
A Basic Guide to Textual Analysis
Analyze the Rhetorical Context
Who is the writer?
What is her or his role or position?
Who is the intended audience?
What is the exigence which prompted this writer to write?
What discipline or discourse co
Psychology is the study of mind and behavior . Psychologist try to
understand the role of mental functions in individual and social behavior , while
also exploring the physiology and biology processes that underlie cognitive
functions and behavior . Every
Resonant Modes of a Stretched Wire
To determine the frequency and wavelength conditions for standing wave resonance to occur in
Sonometer, driver and detector coils, masses, steel guitar wire, PASCO Interface and DataStudio
UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS
General Certificate of Education
Advanced Subsidiary Level and Advanced Level
Paper 3 Practical Test
1 hour 15 m
ADV 2: Vibration of a Wire
ADV 2: Vibration of a Wire
Have you done your pre-work? Remember, you are required to place your completed
prework in the collection box in your lab as you enter to begin the lab session. Once
the session begins, the box will be
To show that Frequency is directly proportional to the Tension
Set up a sonometer so that a movable bridge shortens the length of the wire to approx one third of its total length.
Place a small paper rider in the middle of l, the length from the
Chapter 17: Vibrations and Sound
Please remember to photocopy 4 pages onto one sheet by going A3A4 and using back to back on the photocopier.
If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.
In this experiment you will study the vibrational modes of a stretched string. The
dependence of the fundamental frequency on length and tension is determined. In
addition resonance effects and the nature of harmonic modes are investigat
Project title: Projectile motion
The major purposes of this project are allowing students to have an in-deep
understanding of the trajectory of projectile motion through their actual participation