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the lesson I have chosen is ” reflexive and intensive pronoun”: those are the in

the lesson I have chosen is ” reflexive and intensive pronoun”: those are the instructions:
Section 1 Introduction
1.1 The lesson introduction
The student will briefly introduce the grammar lesson that will be taught. In addition, students must highlight the reasons for selecting this lesson and the importance of this lesson to the language learners.
1.2 The Class Background
In this section, the students will give a full description of the context in which the lesson will be delivered. The school type, the grade level, and the student’s number in the class.
Section 2 Lesson Planning )
In this section, the student will be using the attached template to plan the lesson he/ she is planning to explain.
Section 3 Appendix In this section, the student must provide a copy of the activities, practices, handouts, slides, and anything else that HE/ SHE will be using while explaining the lesson.
The structure of your Assignment: 1. A cover page: A well-designed page that includes the following: The title Your name
Your Student ID number
Section number
Your School name (School of Education) Your Instructor’s Name 2.-Table of Content Shows the page number of each section as follows: Section1……………………………………….. Section 2………………………………………. 3-The formatting: You need to use the APA format.
Font: Times New Roman
Headings Font size:18
Subheadings Font size: 14
Text Font size :12
Indent the first line of each paragraph Under line the title of each section
h. Double space linesHeader:
– On the Left side of the header: The title of your presentation – On the Right side of the header: The page number.

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Do not be afraid to reject your initial choice if you come across something better, since you will inevitably have gained insights from the process of selection.

Please return your completed assignment to arrive no later week 11.
In this assignment you will write an essay of 1000 words based on analysis and interpretation of linguistic data. The assignment assesses your ability to accurately describe and interpret linguistic data. It relates to your study of Blocks 1 and 2, and 3 and represents 15% of the overall continuous assessment score (OCAS).
Before you start this assignment, refer to the general guidance on writing assignments in the module guide. While the TMA contains different steps, you will be given a holistic mark for the assignment.
The TMA consists of three parts, each of which consists of a series of steps.
Please submit your TMA as a single word document.
Part 1: Choosing two texts
Part 2: Grammatical analysis
• Step 1: Reading the texts
• Step 2: Taking initial notes about the texts (not for submission)
• Step 3: Analyzing the texts
• Step 4: Writing up your interpretation (1000 words)
Part 1: Choosing two texts
Choose two media reports/articles on the same event/topic; one report/article from a newspaper/magazine published in English in Britain or the United States and one from an Arab newspaper/magazine published in English (e. g. Kuwait Times, Gulf Times, etc.). The texts you choose should be 200-250 words in length and should also be RECENT; i.e. published over the last2-4 weeks. You can access most daily newspapers or magazines on the internet.
You should expect to spend a reasonable amount of time selecting your texts, as your choice of text will potentially affect the quality of your answer. Do not be afraid to reject your initial choice if you come across something better, since you will inevitably have gained insights from the process of selection. However, you need to remember to leave yourself enough time to spend on the analysis of your chosen texts.
Part 2: Grammatical analysis
Step 1: Reading the texts
Read carefully the two texts that you chose. Your assignment is to write a linguistic comparison of the two texts of 1000 words which evidences and explains the different ways in which the two newspapers represent the same event. Note that you do not need to write anything for this step.
Step 2: Making initial notes about the texts
Make some notes on what you notice about the texts and how they differ in terms of the way in which they represent the same event/topic. This will provide you with a set of questions or hypotheses which you can explore. You will not be assessed on this step and you should not include your notes in your submission.
Step 3: Analyzing the two texts
Analyze the texts, focusing on some lexicogrammatical choices relating to field. It will help you if you divide the texts into clauses using clause boundaries: || indicate a boundary for an independent or dependent clause; [[…]] indicate embedded clause boundaries; and <> indicate interrupting clause boundaries. Please note that there is inevitably some variation in how grammarians analyze clauses, so don’t worry if you would have made slightly different choices (for the purposes of this TMA you should follow the clause analysis presented in the module textbooks). Below are some suggestions as to what you might want to focus on, but you can look at other features you feel are relevant or significant:
• choice of lexis
• noun groups/phrases constituents • process types
• voice (i.e. passive/active)
• participant types
• noun groups
• circumstance types
It will help you demonstrate knowledge and skills in grammatical analysis if you use color-coding or another kind of annotation system to mark up the texts. You shoulddisplay your analysis in tables
Step 4: Writing up your interpretation
Drawing on the parts of your analysis that you find most illuminating, write an essay in a word document of up to 1000 words (not including the appendix) on what the analysis reveals about the main similarities and differences between the two texts. Relate your discussion where possible to the context of the texts as this relates to the register variable of field (that is, the topic being discussed, how it is being represented, and why). Your interpretations must relate to your analysis (Step 3). For instance, if you have focused on the choice between active/passive voice and process types, you will discuss the effects of these choices. You should include examples from the texts in your interpretation to support and evidence the specific points you are making. You will need to be selective in the data that you include. Make sure that you select the data that relates to and supports your interpretation (Step 3).If you include too much data, this will detract from your ability to put together a clear and convincing interpretation.
You should write up to 1000 words.
Important notes:
1. Your chosen texts MUST be approved and signedby your tutor to make sure they are the proper texts for the TMA, otherwise your TMA will not be accepted and will not be marked; your mark will be zero. 2. You should write an introduction to the TMA. You should also write a conclusion to the whole TMA at the end in which you sum up what you have done in the TMA and state your own evaluation and opinion of the TMA.
3. Make sure you use a good number of references for your TMA from any source from which you should use relevant in-text well referenced citations/quotations to support your discussions, explanations and arguments to make your TMA well researched, well argued, and more convincing. This will help you get a better mark.(see the Assessment Guide on referencing)
4. In an appendix attach a photocopy or a printout of the two texts you have used for analysis.

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Choose two media reports/articles on the same event/topic; one report/article from a newspaper/magazine published in english in britain or the united states and one from an arab newspaper/magazine published in english (e. g.

Please return your completed assignment to arrive no later week 11.
In this assignment you will write an essay of 1000 words based on analysis and interpretation of linguistic data. The assignment assesses your ability to accurately describe and interpret linguistic data. It relates to your study of Blocks 1 and 2, and 3 and represents 15% of the overall continuous assessment score (OCAS).
Before you start this assignment, refer to the general guidance on writing assignments in the module guide. While the TMA contains different steps, you will be given a holistic mark for the assignment.
The TMA consists of three parts, each of which consists of a series of steps.
Please submit your TMA as a single word document.
Part 1: Choosing two texts
Part 2: Grammatical analysis
• Step 1: Reading the texts
• Step 2: Taking initial notes about the texts (not for submission)
• Step 3: Analyzing the texts
• Step 4: Writing up your interpretation (1000 words)
Part 1: Choosing two texts
Choose two media reports/articles on the same event/topic; one report/article from a newspaper/magazine published in English in Britain or the United States and one from an Arab newspaper/magazine published in English (e. g. Kuwait Times, Gulf Times, etc.). The texts you choose should be 200-250 words in length and should also be RECENT; i.e. published over the last2-4 weeks. You can access most daily newspapers or magazines on the internet.
You should expect to spend a reasonable amount of time selecting your texts, as your choice of text will potentially affect the quality of your answer. Do not be afraid to reject your initial choice if you come across something better, since you will inevitably have gained insights from the process of selection. However, you need to remember to leave yourself enough time to spend on the analysis of your chosen texts.
Part 2: Grammatical analysis
Step 1: Reading the texts
Read carefully the two texts that you chose. Your assignment is to write a linguistic comparison of the two texts of 1000 words which evidences and explains the different ways in which the two newspapers represent the same event. Note that you do not need to write anything for this step.
Step 2: Making initial notes about the texts
Make some notes on what you notice about the texts and how they differ in terms of the way in which they represent the same event/topic. This will provide you with a set of questions or hypotheses which you can explore. You will not be assessed on this step and you should not include your notes in your submission.
Step 3: Analyzing the two texts
Analyze the texts, focusing on some lexicogrammatical choices relating to field. It will help you if you divide the texts into clauses using clause boundaries: || indicate a boundary for an independent or dependent clause; [[…]] indicate embedded clause boundaries; and <> indicate interrupting clause boundaries. Please note that there is inevitably some variation in how grammarians analyze clauses, so don’t worry if you would have made slightly different choices (for the purposes of this TMA you should follow the clause analysis presented in the module textbooks). Below are some suggestions as to what you might want to focus on, but you can look at other features you feel are relevant or significant:
• choice of lexis
• noun groups/phrases constituents • process types
• voice (i.e. passive/active)
• participant types
• noun groups
• circumstance types
It will help you demonstrate knowledge and skills in grammatical analysis if you use color-coding or another kind of annotation system to mark up the texts. You shoulddisplay your analysis in tables
Step 4: Writing up your interpretation
Drawing on the parts of your analysis that you find most illuminating, write an essay in a word document of up to 1000 words (not including the appendix) on what the analysis reveals about the main similarities and differences between the two texts. Relate your discussion where possible to the context of the texts as this relates to the register variable of field (that is, the topic being discussed, how it is being represented, and why). Your interpretations must relate to your analysis (Step 3). For instance, if you have focused on the choice between active/passive voice and process types, you will discuss the effects of these choices. You should include examples from the texts in your interpretation to support and evidence the specific points you are making. You will need to be selective in the data that you include. Make sure that you select the data that relates to and supports your interpretation (Step 3).If you include too much data, this will detract from your ability to put together a clear and convincing interpretation.
You should write up to 1000 words.
Important notes:
1. Your chosen texts MUST be approved and signedby your tutor to make sure they are the proper texts for the TMA, otherwise your TMA will not be accepted and will not be marked; your mark will be zero. 2. You should write an introduction to the TMA. You should also write a conclusion to the whole TMA at the end in which you sum up what you have done in the TMA and state your own evaluation and opinion of the TMA.
3. Make sure you use a good number of references for your TMA from any source from which you should use relevant in-text well referenced citations/quotations to support your discussions, explanations and arguments to make your TMA well researched, well argued, and more convincing. This will help you get a better mark.(see the Assessment Guide on referencing)
4. In an appendix attach a photocopy or a printout of the two texts you have used for analysis.
End of TMA Questions

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a grammar practice test / quiz and need a referenc

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a grammar question and need support to help me lea

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Some examples have been done as to how they should be labeled and written.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a grammar project and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
In the document attached there is a table at the end of the story, there are 15 grammar elements that need identification within the story. I need your help in identifying those 15 elements in the text given. If the element is missing – indicate by example how it could be added to the story. Some examples have been done as to how they should be labeled and written.
So I created this fractured fairy tale and within my fractured fairy tale I was suppose to infuse and identify the 15 grammar elements in the table provided. This is where I got into a roadblock as I had trouble identifying the grammar elements within my story. So do help me with that, if you need to edit the story to add in those grammar elements- you may do so but, the word limit cannot exceed 400 words.
So for example within my story- you would have to help me find a noun phrase with a premodifying noun. – Underline that portion of the text and write a superscript 2 next to the part. Write the phrase in the table and identify the line number it was found in.
If you cant find any noun phrase with a premodifying noun – than we will have to add it in
oh grammar item to be deleted – ignore that … that is just for me to delete that column before submission
Bascially we just need to fill in the table using my story and if it isn’t there we add the grammar element into my story but keeping to the word count.
Requirements: Follow instructions given | .doc file

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a grammar discussion question and need an explanat

Learning Goal: I’m working on a grammar discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Exploring different types of assessments. Why and when they are used within an instructional setting.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a grammar report and need a sample publish to help m

Learning Goal: I’m working on a grammar report and need a sample publish to help me learn.
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