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Content Analysis

Autor: Klaus Krippendorff
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9780761915454
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The Second Edition of Content Analysis: An Introduction to Its Methodology is a definitive sourcebook of the history and core principles of content analysis as well as an essential resource for present and future studies. The book introduces readers to ways of analyzing meaningful matter such as texts, images, voices – that is, data whose physical manifestations are secondary to the meanings that a particular population of people brings to them. Organized into three parts, the book examines the conceptual and methodological aspects of content analysis and also traces several paths through content analysis protocols. The author has completely revised and updated the Second Edition, integrating new information on computer-aided text analysis. The book also includes a practical guide that incorporates experiences in teaching and how to advise academic and commercial researchers. In addition, Krippendorff clarifies the epistemology and logic of content analysis as well as the methods for achieving its aims. Intended as a textbook for advanced undergraduate and graduate students across the social sciences, Content Analysis, Second Edition will also be a valuable resource for practitioners in a variety of disciplines.

Content Based Instruction In Foreign Language Education

Autor: Stephen B. Stryker
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
ISBN: 9781589018402
File Size: 11,45 MB
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This book offers concrete and practical ideas for implementing content-based instruction—using subject matter rather than grammar—through eleven case studies of cutting-edge models in a broad variety of languages, academic settings, and levels of proficiency. The highly innovative models illustrate content-based instruction programs for both commonly and less-commonly taught languages—Arabic, Croatian, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Russian, Serbian, and Spanish—and for proficiency levels ranging from beginners to fluent speakers. They include single-teacher and multi-teacher contexts and such settings as typical language department classrooms, specialty schools, intensive language programs, and university programs in foreign languages across the curriculum. All of the contributors are pioneers and practitioners of content-based instruction, and the methods they present are based on actual classroom experiences. Each describes the rationale, curriculum design, materials, and evaluation procedures used in an actual curriculum and discusses the implications of the approach for adult language acquisition.

Examining Pedagogical Content Knowledge

Autor: Julie Gess-Newsome
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0306472171
File Size: 24,15 MB
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This ambitious text is the first of its kind to summarize the theory, research, and practice related to pedagogical content knowledge. The audience is provided with a functional understanding of the basic tenets of the construct as well as its applications to research on science teacher education and the development of science teacher education programs.

Developing Content Area Literacy

Autor: Patricia A. Antonacci
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412972833
File Size: 26,69 MB
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Strategies for Developing Content Area Literacy in Middle and Secondary Classrooms addresses the challenges facing students as they move from learning to read in the primary grades to reading to learn in the middle and secondary classrooms; and it will offer a description of the components for all effective adolescent literacy programs that should be required as part of the middle and high school curriculum. The heart of the book will offer classroom teachers in primary and secondary schools an easy-to-follow and comprehensive set of instructional strategies for students' development of literacy skills for reading, writing, and studying in the content areas.

E Content

Autor: Peter A. Bruck
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 354026387X
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Technologies develop rapidly and reach hurricane levels of velocity but quality E-Content and innovative applications lag behind. This book addresses the question how content industries change within a digital environment and what role information and communication technologies play in transforming the competitive landscape. The authors argue that post-industrial societies tend to pay substantial amounts for equipment and gadgets but invest far too little in the quality of the content. As a result, much effort is and has to be spent on the enhancement of E-Content. The contributions give an elaborate overview of: - the specifics, challenges and prospects of content in the network economy; - market developments of digital media services; - paid content business models; - impacts on scientific publishing; - developments in the field of E-Learning; - the interplay between technology and content with the example of interactive digital TV; - the mobile games market; - emerging new cross media markets; - the need to enhance the usability of websites and mobile applications; - how digital applications might be used to capture and store our personal experiences. A final chapter shows the prospects of the European E-Content market and gives an overview of valuable initiatives and resources dealing with the topic of E-Content.

The Content Analysis Guidebook

Autor: Kimberly A. Neuendorf
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9780761919780
File Size: 20,86 MB
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Content analysis is one of the most important yet complex research methodologies in the social sciences. The author provides an accessible text for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students, comprising step-by-step instructions and practical advice.

Learning And Teaching Languages Through Content

Autor: Roy Lyster
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9789027219749
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Based on a synthesis of classroom SLA research that has helped to shape evolving perspectives of content-based instruction since the introduction of immersion programs in Montreal more than 40 years ago, this book presents an updated perspective on integrating language and content in ways that engage second language learners with language across the curriculum. A range of instructional practices observed in immersion and content-based classrooms is highlighted to set the stage for justifying a counterbalanced approach that integrates both content-based and form-focused instructional options as complementary ways of intervening to develop a learner s interlanguage system. A counterbalanced approach is outlined as an array of opportunities for learners to process language through content by means of comprehension, awareness, and production mechanisms, and to negotiate language through content by means of interactional strategies involving teacher scaffolding and feedback.

Multimedia Content Analysis

Autor: Ajay Divakaran
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387765697
File Size: 29,85 MB
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Multimedia Content Analysis: Theory and Applications covers the latest in multimedia content analysis and applications based on such analysis. As research has progressed, it has become clear that this field has to appeal to other disciplines such as psycho-physics, media production, etc. This book consists of invited chapters that cover the entire range of the field. Some of the topics covered include low-level audio-visual analysis based retrieval and indexing techniques, the TRECVID effort, video browsing interfaces, content creation and content analysis, and multimedia analysis-based applications, among others. The chapters are written by leading researchers in the multimedia field.

Content Area Literacy For Diverse Learners

Autor: Virginia McCormack
Publisher: Wheatmark, Inc.
ISBN: 1604941413
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" ... contains useful information and concepts that teachers can apply in the classroom and other instructional settings. ... There is also a detailed resource section listing children's literature and websites that can enhance your instructional practice ... This helpful and comprehensive resource can be used by preservice teachers, by experienced teachers and administrators, for development of staff at all levels, and by individuals in Alternate Route Teacher Certification programs."--P. [4] of cover.

Content Management Bible

Autor: Bob Boiko
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0764583646
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Written by one of the leading experts in content managementsystems (CMS), this newly revised bestseller guides readers throughthe confusing-and often intimidating-task of building,implementing, running, and managing a CMS Updated to cover recent developments in online deliverysystems, as well as XML and related technologies Reflects valuable input from CMS users who attended theauthor's workshops, conferences, and courses An essential reference showing anyone involved in informationdelivery systems how to plan and implement a system that can handlelarge amounts of information and help achieve an organization'soverall goals