MODELLING WRITTEN COMMUNICATION A NEW SYSTEMS APPROACH TO MODELLING IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES 8 METHODOS SERIES

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Modelling Written Communication

Author : Deirdre Pratt
ISBN : 9048198437
Genre : Social Science
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This book offers an alternative view to current postmodern approaches to composition. It takes a critical realist stance to arrive at the “essence” of written communication with the aim of informing a practical application: a computerised writing tutor. Following Robert Franck’s seminal work on modelling, a theoretical model of writing was first formulated, consisting of an architecture of functions which constitute the prerequisites for effective communication. Next, an applied model - a composing algorithm with an input option - was developed, showing composing to be a systemic social process with intra- and extra-systemic variation. The algorithm provided the design template for a writing tutor program which models for the learner both the systemic and the socially situated nature of writing. This book establishes composing as a communicative interaction, and shows the essential dynamism of writing, while offering an exemplar of a systems approach to modelling in the social sciences.
Category: Social Science

Systems Approach Workbook For Health Education Program Planning

Author : Associate Professor of Health Sciences Northeastern University Mary E Watson
ISBN : 9781449655938
Genre : Education
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Systems Approach Workbook for Health Education & Program Planning is designed to help students plan programs in the health setting for patients, clinical students, staff development, and continuing education programs. It employs program planning models and theories used in health education professions, and presents a logical approach to program planning in which a student or health educator can develop a program by following the text. Students will develop a working knowledge of the planning process through the analysis of case studies and through the creation of a program plan that addresses a health issue in an area of interest. Information is presented in outline form so students can use it as a cookbook to create a program, a single lesson, or an entire curriculum."
Category: Education

Software Engineering And Formal Methods

Author : Domenico Bianculli
ISBN : 9783662492246
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes revised selected papers from the workshopscollocated with the SEFM 2015 conference on Software Engineering andFormal Methods, held in York, UK, in September 2015.The 25 papers included in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 32 submissions. The satellite workshops provided a highly interactive and collaborative environment for researchers and practitioners from industry and academia to discuss emerging areas of software engineering and formal methods.The four workshops were: ATSE 2015: The 6th Workshop on Automating Test Case Design, Selection and Evaluation; HOFM 2015: The 2nd Human-Oriented Formal Methods Workshop; MoKMaSD 2015: The 4th International Symposium on Modelling and Knowledge Management Applications: Systems and Domains; VERY*SCART 2015: The 1st International Workshop on the Art of Service Composition and Formal Verification for Self-* Systems.
Category: Computers

Visualizing Elementary Social Studies Methods

Author : John K. Lee
ISBN : 9780471720669
Genre : Education
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An excellent resource for social studies teachers, this book will help them learn about and reflect on their responsibilities in our society. It focuses on classroom-based experiences and real-world contexts. The teaching methods discussed are also closely associated to social studies subject matter so they can be integrated into the actual classroom. Each chapter also examines how social studies is situated within the larger elementary curriculum to demonstrate the interdisciplinary nature of the instruction.
Category: Education

Abpr

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105210122334
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

Research In Education

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ISBN : UOM:39015023534558
Genre : Education
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Category: Education