Academic Listening and Note-Taking

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/note-taking

Academic Listening and Note-Taking
This course is aimed at introducing learners to academic note-taking. To this end, we have designed a number of different course modules that aim to offer learners a chance to practice and expand their academic note-taking skills. We have included both online and blended lecture formats to suit different learner needs. In addition, we have used a combination of video and audio lectures to create a learning experience learners can be proud to call their own.

This course is designed for anyone who is interested in academic note-taking. It will be interactive and aimed at anyone who is interested in learning to listen and write a note. It will require some background knowledge of academic writing, but this is not required and we hope the course will prove valuable to anyone interested.

If you have a passion for academic note-taking, and know where you are when you need to be, this course is for you. If you are looking to learn more about academic note-taking and make sure you have what it takes, this course is for you. If you are an aspiring academic student looking to make sure you have what it takes to succeed, or an aspiring teacher looking to add a layer of professionalism to your classroom, this course is for you.

* Required – complete ‘Academic Listening and Note-Taking’ before July 15, 2018Academic Note-Taking
Make sure you have what it takes to succeed
Academic Note-Taking
Final Exam
Academic Listening and Note-Taking
Acute Care Planning and Management
Welcome to Acute Care Planning and Management! In this course, you will gain an understanding of care coordination and management in general, and assess the different roles of the various levels of the organization, from the clinician’s role as the lead caregiver to the agency’s or school’s role as the lead provider. You will learn about the different responsibilities of the various levels of care coordinators and administrators, and how they coordinate care to improve outcomes for patients and their families.

Upon completing this course, you will be able to
1. Demonstrate knowledge on the different levels of care coordinators and administrators
2. Assess the different roles of care coordination and management
3. Coordinate care to improve patient and family outcomes
4. Design a plan of care for acute care

This course is free to join and enroll. There is the possibility to get a verified certificate for this course, which is a paid option. If you want a certificate, but are unable to pay for it, you may request financial aid through Coursera.

In this course, you will learn about the different levels of care coordinators and administrators, and how they coordinate care to improve outcomes for patients and their families. In addition, you will learn about the different types of acute care, including hospital and nursing homes, specialized clinics and even

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/note-taking

Adjectives and Adjective Clauses

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/adjective-clauses

Adjectives and Adjective Clauses
This is the third and last course in the Learn English: Advanced Grammar and Punctuation specialty. This course will focus on the major declensions and the collocations of adjectives and verbs. You will learn about both the different forms and the meanings of adjectives. You will also become familiar with the different types of adjectives and how to write them.

Please note that the free version of this class gives you access to all of the instructional videos and handouts. The peer feedback and quizzes are only available in the paid version.Easing and Enforcing: The Major Declensions
Easing and Enforcing: The Conjunctions, Connectives, and Adverb Clauses
Easing and Enforcing: The Modals and Their Forms
Easing and Enforcing: The Different Types of Adjectives
Advanced English Composition
This course is designed to provide a strong foundation for advanced grammar and vocabulary in English. You will explore grammar in context, use the grammar tree to structure your writing, and develop your grammar game. You will complete tasks to hone your skills in the following areas:
– Correct use of prepositions and clauses
– Reducing unnecessary prepositions and clauses
– Making better use of adverb clauses and other clauses
– Pitching interesting topics and topics of frequent use
– Using appropriate amount of emphasis and other elements

The goal of this course is to teach you how to write effective English grammar. It will not, however, teach you how to write effective English language. You will reach a point in this course where you feel comfortable with your grammar and vocabulary. You will continue to learn through project-based lessons and through individual exercises. You will complete the course with the help of the English language studies group in our program, and then again with private tutors if you wish.The Major Structures of English Grammar
Prepositions and Clauses
Reducing Conjunctions
Making Better Use of Adverb Clauses and Other Clauses
Advanced Manufacturing Process Development
This course will cover advanced manufacturing process development, and its associated materials, processes, and engineering methods, in detail. You will learn about the general aspects of manufacturing including the specific mechanics of assembly, process control, automation, and quality management, all of which are critical elements of advanced manufacturing. You will be introduced to various topics of special importance in advanced manufacturing including manufacturing data sheet analysis, process flowcharts, process validation, and process flowcharts validation using various industrial control systems. You will also learn about the mechanics and control methods of mechanical and electrical engineering, which are often used in manufacturing. You will also learn the specific data file formats used in the manufacturing process, and their restrictions, including system operations, from which deviations can occur. You will also learn about the various

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/adjective-clauses

Teach English Now! Technology Enriched Teaching

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/tesol-technology

Teach English Now! Technology Enriched Teaching
In this course, you’ll learn about current advancements in technology-enabled English teaching, including the impact of digital technology and the impact of new media on English language acquisition and use. You’ll also explore the role of teaching technology in English language acquisition in American schools.

You’ll learn about advanced technologies that are used in English language programs today, including:

– Interactive, multimedia teaching;
– English language assessment;
– Linguistic interactive programs (i.e., study to language classes);
– English language content in the classroom;
– English language content at the end of the day (i.e., after school, while studying, etc.).

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
1. Explain the impact of digital technology in English language acquisition and use.
2. Identify how English language programs are evolving and expanding in the American education system.
3. Use English language assessment as a learning tool in the classroom.
4. Explain the role of English language programs in English language acquisition.
5. Explain the use of English language content in the classroom.
6. Identify the specific technology used in English language programs today, including study to language (STEC) and English language content in the classroom.
7. Use English language assessment as a learning tool in the classroom.

We hope you’ll join us for this online course and explore the wonderful world of English! Teachers, reach out to us at teachenglishnow@gmail.com.

This course is funded by partnership with the National Science Foundation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Note: This is a hands-on workshop, so you will need to buy or find materials. The videos and pictures are not easily accessed without a computer, and the materials need to be purchased separately.Introduction to English Language Acquisition
Teaching English Now! Technology
English Language Assessment
English Language Content in the Classroom
Teach English Now! Capstone Project
In the capstone, you will use the skills you’ve learned about for teaching English in the 3rd and 4th grade. You’ll also apply what you’ve learned about the language and grammar you need to teach, as well as what challenges you might encounter. You’ll also explore the way that teaching helps students learn languages, so you’ll be able to incorporate language in your own teaching.

After taking this course, you will be able to:
– assign a subject to a class
– use the resources provided by the course team to support your students’ language learning
– critically evaluate and assess the language skills you’ve learned
– apply the specific grammar and vocabulary that you’ve learned
– apply the vocabulary and phrases

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/tesol-technology

Teach English Now! Second Language Listening, Speaking, and Pronunciation

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/tesol-speaking

Teach English Now! Second Language Listening, Speaking, and Pronunciation
This course is for English speaking teachers and language learners who want to bring their skills and language awareness up to par. This course covers the following topics in the second part of the second part of the Teach English Now! specialization:
– Listening courses
– Speaking courses
– Pronunciation courses

The course is divided into four modules, each covering a specific aspect of language learning and accentuation. The modules are designed to load in quickly and allow you to explore the subject matter more deeply. You will sit through the lessons with assignments to complete while you learn the language.

The first module in this course is a great introduction to speaking. You will learn how to use appropriate and fluent speaking delivery for different situations and will practice and hone the language skills needed for professional speaking. You will also learn about the language in use in different cultures and situations and will practice and hone the language skills needed for professional speaking in different contexts.

The next module in this course is a great opportunity to review and practice the language skills needed for speech. You will gain an in-depth view of the language used in different situations and will practice and hone the language skills needed for speech in different contexts.

The third module in this course is a great opportunity to practice and hone your language skills for various professional domains. You will gain a greater understanding of the language spoken by various professionals and gain a better understanding of how their language differs from your own.

The fourth and last course in this specialization is all about language use and accentuation. Again, we will focus on language use and accentuation in relation to different types of professional domains.Module 1: Listening courses
Module 2: Speaking courses
Module 3: Pronunciation courses
Module 4: Language use and accentuation
Taxation in the United States
This course provides an introduction to the U.S. federal income taxation system. The course covers most of the key topics found in federal income tax courses, such as itemizing deductions, itemizing taxes, determining tax credits and exemptions, and preparing tax returns. The course also covers the various tax stages of the tax process, including filing, e-filing, and the valuation of property. The course also covers topics such as state and local taxes, and topics such as net operating losses, state and local income tax credits, and state and local property tax levies. The course also covers topics such as state and local income tax credits, and state and local estate and gift taxes. The course also covers topics such as the net operating losses standard, the valuation of property, and estate planning.

At the end of this course, you will be able to:
•ÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂUnderstand the federal income tax system

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/tesol-speaking

Verb Tenses and Passives

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/verb-passives

Verb Tenses and Passives
Verb tenses are a beautiful and powerful feature of English. They allow us to express complex ideas in simple, clear and elegant ways. You will learn how to use verbs in a simple yet crucial way and strengthen your ability to speak and write English well. You will be able to use the past tense to bring us closer to the present tense, and you will be able to use the present tense to bring us closer to the past tense.

This course is the first of its kind, as it focuses on the highest level of the art of English verbs: the verb tenses. We will learn the basic rules of good verb tenses, and how to recognize and practice the signs and phrases that tell us what to expect. We will also show you how to find different varieties that may indicate different types of verbs. You will even complete a mini-project that focuses on one aspect of verbs and your ability to speak correctly in that area. This course is the culmination of your English learning journey. It will guide you to a better grasp of the broad spectrum of English that you will discover in the future.The Verb Tense
Present Tense and Past Tense
Passives and Passive Passive Verbs
Present Perfect and Past Perfect Tenses
Verbal Learning and Punctuation
This is the third course in the Learn English: Advanced Grammar and Punctuation specialty. In this class, you will learn how to read and write English fluently, including how to write more complicated sentences. You will also learn how to make sure that you understand what you are reading. Next, you will learn how to emphasize certain words and phrases, and you will be able to do so in a consistent and meaningful way. In the second half of the class, you will learn how to make sentences as effective as possible by using more than one type of capitalization. This course focuses on the grammar and vocabulary of English and is relevant to all levels of learners.Welcome & Intro to English for Beginners
Improving English for Everyday Use
Writing More Complex Sentences
More than One Capitalization Style for Effective Sentence Production
Web design and user interface design
In web design, you will focus on the user experience, navigation and interaction through your work. You will learn how to design the interface to the computer as a whole, by thinking about the approach to each component in a simple, meaningful way.

This course will cover topics such as the design of the navigation bar and the interface design for each of the elements of the site. You will gain a strong understanding of the fundamental user interface design principles, and will have an opportunity to work on a project that really demonstrates your mastery of design.

You will learn the techniques for designing the navigation bar and interface of a web page, from planning, to code

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/verb-passives

Writing in First Person Point of View

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/first-person-pov

Writing in First Person Point of View
You have always wanted to tell your own story—part memoir, part historical novel, and perhaps even something in between. The pleasure of telling lies is not diminished, and you enjoy the freedom to explore any topic at all. This course is designed for aspiring writers: aspiring hobbyists, aspiring students, aspiring parents, aspiring instructors, aspiring artists, aspiring parents, aspiring mentors, aspiring parents, aspiring teachers, aspiring hobbyists, aspiring photographers, aspiring biologists, aspiring writers, aspiring artists, aspiring parents, aspiring filmmakers, aspiring artists, aspiring parents, aspiring hobbyists, aspiring artists, aspiring parents, aspiring filmmakers, aspiring photographers, aspiring biologists, aspiring writers, aspiring artists, aspiring students, aspiring parents, aspiring teachers, aspiring scientists, aspiring students, aspiring artists, aspiring parents, aspiring scientists, aspiring students, aspiring artists, aspiring students, aspiring teachers, aspiring researchers, aspiring students, aspiring artists, aspiring researchers, aspiring students, aspiring students, aspiring researchers, aspiring students, aspiring students, aspiring athletes, aspiring athletes, aspiring athletes, aspiring athletes, aspiring athlete, aspiring athlete, aspiring athlete, aspiring athlete,

and anyone else who wants to tell their story.

This course is geared towards learners who are familiar with the basics of writing in first person point of view, and anyone who wants to tell their story.

In this course, you will learn what it takes to craft a strong narrative. You will examine the elements of character, the elements of interest, and the elements of the story that will form the basis for your narrative. You will learn how to write effective dialogue, how to write effective movement, how to write effective sounds, and how to write effective backgrounds. You will also learn how to make your images stand out from the crowd.

This is an introductory course: We hope you will be able to find your own identity in your work as a writer, and find your own path in life. We have given each of the 3 lessons an approximate 4-week course, though you will most likely complete it in less time than is listed. Each week, we will cover a more advanced topic, as you learn how to get more out of your writing.

Each week, we will take a deep dive into an in-depth topic, as you continue to build and hone your skills. You will need to sit through several videos of instructor-led exercises, and then take a deep dive into one of the most basic elements of writing: Your thoughts. You will learn how to express your ideas in words that others can understand, and how to avoid the traps and pitfalls that so many have fallen into. This course is designed to help you become a better writer, a better speaker, and a better manager, so that you can tell the stories that millions of people want to hear, and create the content that they want to read.Week 1: Getting Started with Writing
Week 2: Words and Words Spun Out of Images

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/first-person-pov

Miracles of Human Language: An Introduction to Linguistics

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/human-language

Miracles of Human Language: An Introduction to Linguistics
Understanding speech and writing is essential to learning any language. This course teaches the principles of linguistics by looking at the language world from the point of view of human languages. It shows how languages evolved and how today’s languages are evolving. It also looks at the question of whether or not languages exist and provides the basic framework for the study of talk and other communication systems. The course also looks at closer linguistic relatives, such as foreign languages and indigenous languages, as well as how they communicate. The course will cover linguistics in detail, beginning with the study of the phonology of words and sentences and progressing to the study of the biology behind the language differences. The course will cover the principles of linguistics in detail, beginning with the study of the phonology of words and sentences and progressing to the study of the different languages that are spoken today. The course will cover linguistics in a much more complete way, covering the study of the biology behind the language differences and the study of the various languages that are spoken today.

All of the course lectures will be delivered by both the instructor and the students themselves. The course is designed to give you the opportunity to learn about linguistics in a relatively easy-to-follow way, while also giving you a broad understanding of the course topics and areas of expertise. The course is ideal for learners who are interested in linguistics as a career or as an introduction to linguistics as a student. Learners who want to gain a certain level of competence in linguistics, as well as in other related fields, are encouraged to join.

The course topics will be presented by both the instructors (László Bagi and María Isabel Alegre) and the students (you, students!) who will be working with them. These topics will be presented using the latest research in linguistics, history, and anthropology as one of the three main areas of expertise of the students. The course will also focus on the topic of the subject in each week, starting with the course in week one, which will give you a general introduction to linguistics and anthropological perspectives on language development. The course will then move to the study of specific languages, with a particular look at the languages of the South American languages, and finally the topics of special interest for you as a student will be the languages of the globalized world. The course topics will be presented using the latest research in linguistics, history, and anthropology as one of the three main areas of expertise of the students. The course topics will be presented using the latest research in linguistics, history, and anthropology as one of the three main areas of expertise of the students. Each week, we will look at the topic from a different angle, including historical and anthropological perspectives, and we will also cover topical issues of current relevance in the area of linguistics.Welcome to the Course
Linguistics as a Career
The Course
Linguistics

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/human-language

English for Career Development

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/careerdevelopment

English for Career Development
Welcome to English for Career Development,

This course is for individuals interested in learning more about English for professional purposes, as well as for those who want to enhance English proficiency for specific purposes. English for Career Development is divided into four modules, each focusing on one aspect of English for professional purposes. Each module is based on one or more words or phrases, both included and excluded, from a pre-existing English vocabulary. English for Career Development is divided into four sections, each focusing on one aspect of English for professional purposes. English for Career Development I: Developing English Proficiency
English for Career Development II: English for Professional Use
English for Career Development III: English for General Use
English for Effective Business Speaking
Welcome to English for Effective Business Speaking,

This course is for individuals interested in learning more about English for professional purposes, as well as for those who want to enhance English proficiency for specific purposes. English for Effective Business Speaking is divided into four sections, each focusing on one aspect of English for professional purposes. Each section is based on one or more words or phrases, both included and excluded, from a pre-existing English vocabulary. English for Effective Business Speaking I: Introducing English
English for Effective Business Speaking II: English for Business Use
English for Business Development: English for Development of English Proficiency
English for Effective Cross-cultural Communication
This course is for individuals interested in learning more about English for professional purposes, as well as for those who want to enhance English proficiency for specific purposes. English for Effective Cross-cultural Communication is divided into four sections, each focusing on one aspect of English for professional purposes. Each section is based on one or more words or phrases, both included and excluded, from a pre-existing English vocabulary. English for Effective Cross-cultural Communication II: Introducing Cross-cultural Communication Skills
English for Effective Cross-cultural Communication III: English for Effective Business Speaking
English for Effective Cross-cultural Communication IV: English for Effective Management Speaking
English for Effective Presentation
English for Effective Presentation is divided into four parts, each focused on one aspect of English for professional purposes. Each section is based on one or more words or phrases, both included and excluded, from a pre-existing English vocabulary. English for Effective Presentation I: Introducing English for Effective Presentation
English for Effective Presentation II: English for Effective Business Presentation
English for Effective Presentation III: English for Effective Management Presentation
English for Effective Oral Communication
English for Effective Oral Communication is divided into four parts, each focused on one aspect of English for professional purposes. Each section is based on one or more words or phrases, both included

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/careerdevelopment

English Composition I

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/english-composition

English Composition I
Part 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as sound, sense, and tone.Part 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as form, content, and tonePart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as tone and voicePart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as pitch and modal relationshipsPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as tone and voicePart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as tone and voicePart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition, including topics such as content and formPart 1 of a 5-part course series covering topics in English composition,

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/english-composition

English for Effective Business Writing

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/english-for-business-writing

English for Effective Business Writing
Welcome to English for Effective Business Writing!

This course is structured in eight modules, each with an assigned reading assignment. Each module builds on the previous one by adding vocabulary, grammar definitions, and writing tasks.

You will create new vocabulary, grammar standards, and writing skills as you go through the course. You will also improve your writing skills as you go.

After completing this course, you will be able to:
1. write a business plan in English
2. write a persuasive speech in English
3. write a business proposal in English
4. write persuasively in English
5. write persuasively in English
6. write an executive summary in English
7. write an effective presentation in English
8. write persuasively

As you work through the course, you will complete self and peer assessments.

During the course, you will use a variety of media to share your experiences and receive feedback from other business writers, but you will also share your own work as you go. You will use the resources provided to you throughout the course to develop your writing skills.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:
1. write a business plan in English
2. write a persuasive speech in English
3. write a business proposal in English
4. write persuasively
5. write an executive summary in English
6. write an effective presentation in English
7. write persuasively

As you work through the course, you will complete challenges and receive feedback from other business writers, but you will also share your own work as you go. You will use the resources provided to you throughout the course to develop your writing skills.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:
1. write a business plan in English
2. write a persuasive speech in English
3. write a business proposal in English
4. write persuasively
5. write an executive summary in English
6. write persuasively

As you work through the course, you will complete self and peer assessments.Week 1: Writing a Business Plan
Week 2: Writing a Proposal
Week 3: Writing a Proposal with an Executive Summary
English for Effective Business Speaking
This course is structured in eight modules, each with an assigned reading assignment. Each module builds on the previous one by adding vocabulary, grammar definitions, and writing tasks.

You will use English for Effective Business Speaking while studying for the English for Effective Business English Certification Exam. This course is designed to help pass the English for Effective Business English Certification Exam.

After completing this course, you will be able to:
1. write a business plan in English
2. write a persuasive speech in English
3. write a presentation in English

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/english-for-business-writing