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1. Nucleolar organizing regions (NORs) are most closely associated with (a) protein-coding genes (b) rRNA genes (c) replication forks (d) cellular differentiation (e) homeoboxes 2. Which of the following statements about mitochondria is incorrect? (a) Mitochondrial DNA has a higher mutation rate than nuclear DNA. & View complete question 1. Nucleolar organizing regions (NORs) are most closely associated with (a) protein-coding genes (b) rRNA genes […]
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Essential teaching skills are the abilities and attitudes that all effective teachers possess. These attitudes include high personal teaching efficacythe belief that they are responsible for student learning and can increase it. The attitudes also include caring, modeling, enthusiasm, and high expectations for student achievement and behavior.
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1. Warren inadvertently negatively reinforced the students at two points in the lesson. Identify and explain both points. 2. Warrens modeling was both effective and ineffective. Identify and explain one effective and one ineffective feature.
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A. Calculate the time taken for instruction fetch in a CPU which has the following propagation delays: (a) Any register transfer operation: 10 ns (b) main memory access time: 80 ns Assuming zero delay from the completion of one microoperation to the beginning of the next, show the break-up of your calculations. B. Which of the following instructions takes maximum time for instruction cycle? (a) […]
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Describe the cognitive processes in the human memory model, and identify applications in classroom activities. Attention and perception move information from sensory memory to working memory. Attention is the process of consciously focusing on a stimulus, and perception is the meaning we attach to the stimulus.
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A computer with virtual memory uses hard disk drive to compensate for the limited physical capacity of the main memory. The penalty paid is increased instruction cycle time due to address translation process. The RAM disk driver is a system program that emulates a hard disk drive using the main memory in order to reduce the number of accesses to the hard disk drive which […]
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1. Describe misconceptions and how they occur, and explain how teachers can eliminate them. 2. Misconceptions are beliefs that are inconsistent with evidence or commonly accepted explanations.
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An English teacher wants his students to use figurative language, such as similes, metaphors, and personification in their writing. He gives them several examples of each, and then he gives them a quiz on which they must identify additional examples of figurative language. Evaluate his assessment with respect to its effectiveness.
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Success on tasks students perceive as challenging increases motivation to learn. Meeting challenges provides evidence that competence is increasing, which also leads to feelings of autonomy. Both factors increase intrinsic motivation.
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High Light India Ltd invited applications for 30,000 shares of Rs 100 each at a premium of Rs 20 per share payable as follows: On Application Rs 40 (including Rs 10 premium) On Allotment Rs 30 (including Rs 10 premium) On First Call Rs 30 On Second and Final Call Rs 20 Applications were received for 40,000 shares and pro-rata allotment was made on the […]
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1. Define motivation, and describe different theoretical explanations for learner motivation. 2. Motivation is a process whereby goal-directed activity is instigated and sustained.
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A. Can conflict create stress or viceversa? Explain the causes of stress. B. What are the consequences of stress? What elements moderate the stress levels and the tolerance of an individual? C. Discuss the following approaches of coping with stress: (a) Primary interventions against stress (b) Secondary interventions against stress (c) Tertiary interventions against stress D. Explain the meaning and importance of negotiation. Describe the […]
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Preference shares are the shares (a) Which carry a preferential right to dividend and to the repayment of capital on the winding up of the company over equity share holder? (b) Which carry a preferential right to dividend and to the repayment of capital on the winding up of the company over debenture holders? (c) Which carry a preferential right to dividend and to the […]
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We said in this section that Sam used an informational rather than a controlling strategy for promoting self-regulation. This is demonstrated by his use of examples to illustrate behaving responsibly versus irresponsibly. Explain how the two approaches are different, using information from the case study.
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A.A company had been charging depreciation on a machine at Rs 10,000 per year for the first three years. Then it began charging Rs 9,000 for the fourth year and Rs 7,800 for the fifth year and so on. Is this practice justified? Give reasons for your answer. B. What is balance sheet? Why is it needed? C. Explain balance sheet equation. D. What do […]
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The Philosophy, by Richard Beauvais (1965), was read at the morning meeting of Daytop Village. Read The Philosophy or ask someone to read it aloud. The Philosophy We are here because there is no refuge, finally, from ourselves. Until a person confronts himself in the eyes and hearts of others, He is running. Until he suffers them to share in his secrets, He has no […]
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Suman Ltd purchased the following assets during the year 2012. However from year 5, company decided to change depreciation method to WDV and decided to apply rate of 10%. Assuming company earning a profit of Rs 6,50,000 before depreciation which grows @ 10% pa, you are required to: Compute profit after depreciation for 5 years. Show the impact of change in method of depreciation in […]
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1. State any five key components of a plan. 2. What is corporate planning? 3. State any four limitations of planning. 4. Planning and controlling are (a) Unrelated functions of management (b) Interrelated and interdependent functions of management (c) Non-managerial functions (d) Similar functions of management
External link to 1. In this section, we said that calling parents communicates caring better than any other way….
In spite of the fact that they were having their paragraphs publicly evaluated, DeVonnes students were enthusiastic about displaying their work. Offer an explanation for their enthusiasm, including as many of the variables in the model for promoting student motivation as apply. DeVonnes students backgrounds are very diverse, and she teaches in an urban school. Assess her classroom environment for learners from urban contexts.
A. What do you mean by liabilities? How do you classify them? 1. Liabilities are (a) Office supplies (b) Accounts payable (c) Prepaid expenses (d) None of the above B. Owners fund is (a) Outstanding reserves balance (b) Amount invested by owners (c) Debt on new building (d) Capital + Accumulation of net revenues C. An asset is (a) What you own (b) Cash (c) […]