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Tutor profile: Stephany H.

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Stephany H.
Tutor for 5 years in Languages and Communication of Arts
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Subject: Spanish

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Question:

Where do the accents go in Spanish? En dónde van las tildes en las palabras?

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Stephany H.
Answer:

Aguda • Palabras que llevan mayor FUERZA e intensidad en la ÚLTIMA sílaba. • Llevan tilde todas las palabras que termina en vocal: A,E,I,O,U, N o S • Si no, no lo lleva. o Ejemplo: Camión ▪ Palabra AGUDA o No decimos CAmion o Otros ejemplos: Café, León, Quizás, Television, Canción Grave/Llanas • Palabras que llevan mayor FUERZA e intensidad en la PENÚLTIMA sílaba. • Llevan tilde las palabras GRAVES que terminen en cualquier letra menos la N,S o VOCAL. o Ejemplos con acento: Árbol, Carácter o BARCO o No decismo BarCO o Otros ejemplos sin: Examen, Niño, Martes. o Laguna, Casa, Noche, Fácil Esdrújula • Palabras que llevan mayor FUERZA e intensidad en la ANTEPENÚLTIMA sílaba. o SÁBADO ▪ NO: saBAdo o sabaDO o Pájaro, América, Murciélago ,Último, Helicóptero o Llevan TILDE ( ‘ ) TODAS las palabras ESDRÚJULAS

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What is the best way to learn English?

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Stephany H.
Answer:

Language is learned not for its own sake but in order to communicate and to find out about the world. For that reason, teaching should be organized around major topics, such as animals, ecology, inventions, culture, and language, etc. Each topic incorporates study and computer skills. Adapting the lesson to the student's needs is also a way to optimize their learning experience.

Subject: Communication

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Question:

What’s the difference between cold media and hot media according to McLuhan? How is the differentiation of​ a product of McLuhan’s periodization of the media?

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Stephany H.
Answer:

Hot Media emphasize and enhances one sense, for example, the eye (vision) for the high-definition, this is why TV, radios, photography, print, film, book are hot media. They require little or no participation from the user. Examples are: low in audience participation engenders specialization/fragmentation detribalizes excludes uniform, mechanical extends space horizontally repetitive Cold Media requires active participation from the audience/user and include some parts of television, cartoons, telephone, speech (orality), seminar. Examples are: low definition (less data) high in audience participation tribalizes includes organic collapses space

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