El libro de la gramática vital (Biblioteca de desarrollo personal) (Spanish Edition)

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June 22, In this moment, applying the 5-to minute strategy. Train hard. Reps will help a lot!! Usa series. Esto ayuda enormemente al desarrollo del potencial cerebral. So, prepare yourself" Ruben, These problems are hardly ever solved in English classes. Don't worry, I am trying to find solutions to them! English pronunciation in general has many arcane phenomena. I've discovered these ones:. Conceptualization of "I am First analyze the phones you produce when you speak.

Then, think of the results of creating lax sounds. How do Mexicans speakers speak English? Always connected with other processes. The stress as the principal part of the oral ups and downs just like that!! Time of production Absolutely! Time and time reduction in the pauses with tendency to the modification of the phenomena found in the linking or approximation of the sounds. April, Some scholars have stated that the time of exposition to the target language is essential to learn and then recognize vocabulary. This is true. This exposition surely takes us to recognize words and expressions more easily.

I have also analyzed the changes that occur when a word is used in the target language and the process that involves the meaning of that word in my mother language, in this case the Spanish one. New : If your materials work, your goals will be achieved. THink about the topic, then make materials. The necesity to learn English has taken me to a total immersion in the language.

Every human being, in capacity to learn, should create a bridge between their mother tongue and the target language. So, the insertion in the second language will be only a piece of cake. Invention 2: Orthographic and phonological washing. With the purpose of discovering the clarity of the way the words are, I insisted in developing mechanisms that could help me to acquire words in the second language. Fisrt, I use the Spanish language as a way to approximate my ideas about it.

Then , I took words from other languages, even those languages apparently complicated because of their agglutination, in order to see how well this process would function. At the end I used English language. The result is the facility to learn any language. Invention 3: Orthographic development of the languages. I deduced that inside the structure of each word there's a something familiar to the ability of the learner.

This ability is born of the intense curiosity to discover. In this case, the process is what is really happening in my head. It would be great to see if I am able to make others learn this processes with the same positive results. It really works! The brain is like a plane's cabin. In my opinion, our brains are like dashboards with many gauges that are on. When we speak English, our speech presents a range of phenomena which are the result of other complex processes produced in the supraglotalic space where the articulators let phones come out.

From my point of view, second language speakers should develop a conscious about all this. A speaker or listener should be aware of the action of the phonetical and phonological processes through the modules or indicators found in the brain. In it, you will know how words are produced. In the same page, you will see a diagram in which I have described the average forms to produce words by Mexican learners and some differences with English speakers. Much of this work will give you new cognitive tools which you will apply to learn new things or to learn other languages.

So, pay attention to the way you learn,. January, In my opinion, most of English learners look for speaking the target language more efficiently. The graphic below is based on the examination of the way second language speakers use the speaking skills. Many English learners are good at writing, rading, or grammar, but they may fail in speaking. According to Scientists many of the languages spoken in Mexico will die or dissapear because of many factors.

Click: Mexico. You may also click on the image to visit the source. Bad mistakes because of the words you use? Click here: Collocations. January Spanish language is faster than English.

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Click here. December Grammar section. December, The phenomena related to speech seems to vary constantly. Should learners know this? Click here: Phonetics. If you have never been sick, poor, weak, timid, unintelligent, etc. Keep moving your knowledge because language is an active phenomenon Ruben. Since language is born in the brain, then train your brain! If I had to delete something from Earth, I would not delete anything because all is imperfect and I don't think I am able to make it perfect Ruben, The problem with our country, Mexico, is that Mexicans do not work in order to make our country bigger, We work for our own interests Ruben.

I don't pretend to change anything about English language. Sometimes there's no need to know grammar if you're abe to develop connections among words. Be in contact with everything because you are now the center of everything Ruben. But, what do observers evaluate in it? Click: Teachers. Click: British Pronunciation or American Accent. October 12, This is not an Spanish course, but it may help you to complement the knowledge of Spanish learners.

October 5, How you ever asked yourself how children acquire the grammatical forms of a language? Do teachers ask students how they feel until realize that everything is ok with them so as to start teaching that day's topic? If motivation comes from inside, how could you motivate an English learner? Think quickly, do movies help to develop the phonological aspects in an English student?

If so, how? September 24, Knowledge is captured by the brain and we produce better ideas if they have been analyzed seriously. SL classrooms are spaces where many phenomena is in constant cativity as to be studied. We spend a lot of time reading articles or authors' works so that we can get theoritical explanation to these questions. August 30, I disagree with this idea because it may limit our phonological perception which could help us to reach a better oral comprehension. In teaching English, people should develop all their language skills in order to become more proficient.

Algunas personas dicen que no es tan importante el hecho de querer entender palabra por palabra en el discurso de una persona. I think that English students should learn to resyllabificate when they speak. It is a continuous phenomenon and part of speakers' speech. From my point of view, English classes are not at all covering aspects like these. We need to teach learners the importance of learning to link sounds because, additionally, the way some learners speak English may be different from the way English speakers use the resyllabification process as a form of economy of time.

I think that the major problem may come when we make double efforts trying to listen to and trying to guess the words the speakers use and which seem to be flabbergasted expressions because our ear is not accustomed to hearing the link of certain syllables. Page: My Project. June English teachers will normally base their teaching on their own beliefs.

In my opinion, teachers should apply a paper test and an interview in order to know more of their students' knowledge. Is it fair for the students? Todo esto con el fin de que el alumno justifique sus respuestas dadas. Se me ocurre que esto sea como una especie de entrevista de trabajo, en donde primero entregas una solicitud de trabajo y luego vas a la entrevista personal en la cual expones y justificas.

Click here: Vocabulary. Your comments and suggestions are welcome in these spaces. I will reply them soon. Some of them have realized that the kind of English that is taught in Mexico, especially in the center and north of Mexico, is very different to the one spoken in the USA or Canada. The classes of English in Mexico may be improved if more study were possible to give to the multiple phenomena related to the target language.

Because of that experience and after some time of analysis, I am focusing on the work related to the phenomena presented during the production of speech sounds. So, the areas that are substantially more important for me are 2: Phonetics and Phonology. Businnes projects connected with education.


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Guides and tutorials. This email address is being protected from spambots. Producing academic works. Barcelona: Gedisa Booth, Wayne C. Salamanca : Rego Murray, R. Writing for academic journals. Maidenhead : Open University Press. Puig i Oliver, I. Trigo Aranda, V. Escribir y presentar trabajos en clase. Madrid : Prentice Hall. Barcelona [etc. Ferrer, V. Madrid, etc.

Fortanet I. Madrid : Alianza. Linde Paniagua, E. Madrid : Colex. Guide to publishing a scientific paper. New York : Routledge. Monroe, J. The science of scientific writing. Madrid : Universidad Pontificia Comillas. Witker, J. Como elaborar una tesis de derecho. Madrid : Civitas. Download Mari Mutt, J.

Download Doumont, J. English communication for scientists. Academic Phrasebank General resource for academic writers. The resource should be particularly useful for writers who need to report their research work. This site was created by John Morley University of Manchester. Descargar Mari Mutt, J. Descargar Doumont, J. Guide to finding information. Training in informational skills. What are informational skills? Informational skills can be defined as acquisition, by the person receiving training, of the following abilities: to find the information that is needed to analyze and select information efficiently to organize information appropriately to use and share information effectively in an ethical and legal manner, in order to build knowledge.

Scope Informational skill building takes place through the training provided by the Library Service. This training is intended for the various groups of users who use the Library Services. Students in the early years of Bachelor's degrees who are accessing the Library for the first time and need to learn about all of the tools and services that are available to them, as well as acquiring knowledge about searching for and making use of information.

Users who are familiar with all the Library's services but need in-depth training on particular information resources, as well as tools for help in managing their personal bibliography. Lecturers and researchers with special requirements regarding the quality of their publications and the visibility of their academic output.

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Bibliographic citations. Plagiarism and academic honesty. It is the act of presenting someone else's ideas or work as your own. When do we plagiarize? When we summarize an idea or a source using words that are suspiciously similar to those of the original work. When we copy directly from the original. When we appropriate someone else's work or ideas. When we use diagrams, images, tables, or graphs that we did not create. And we do so without including a citation to identify the authors. Rankings: institutions, countries, researchers. Quality of academic publications. Bipublishers: Bibliometric Indicators for Publishers Prepared by EC3Metrics, this provides indicators for analyzing research in monographs and academic publishers included in the Book Citation Index.

We have added more information, including links to various bibliographic catalogues, the requirements for the publication of articles according to the publisher and the permissions for self-archiving. International LATINDEX The titles included in this catalog have been selected and classified by each partner country according to international criteria of editorial quality previously tested and agreed by the Sistema Latindex. Its aim is to increase the visibility of the leading European journals in the humanities.

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Bodies National Committee for Evaluating Research Activity CNEAI This evaluates the research activity of university academic staff and the personnel of the Spanish National Research Council's academic scales, with the aim of a productivity bonus being recognized for them six year research cycle. National Quality and Accreditation Agency ANECA A state organization with the aim of contributing to improving the quality of the higher education system through the evaluation, certification, and accreditation of courses, academic staff, and institutions.

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News Call. Academic social networks. They can set up alerts for news about their subject or journals of interest. ResearchGate A social network for researchers, it allows the creation of a profile and access to interest groups, forums, related literature. It has a semantic search engine for academic journal articles - over 35 million entries, it navigates through internal and external research resources in the main databases PubMed, CiteSeer, arWiv Over 5 million members including 30 Nobel laureates , countries. Kudos A toolkit for helping to use those kinds of sites more effectively to maximize visibility of research work.

Impact indices. Impact factor or index The IF of a journal measures the number of times that the articles published a this journal during the two years preceding a given year. SJR: the subject, quality, and reputation of the publication have a direct impact on the value of the citation h-index Quartile Scopus Journal Analyzer: desde Scopus. Google Scholar Metrics GSM This provides an impact index for academic journals, measured according on their h-index, making it possible to consult the hundred most cited journals in the world by language of publication.

Alternative tools: Altmetrics. Library University of Seville Almetric ORCID profile The score donut visualisation tells you at a glance how much attention has been paid to an article, as well as which sources the mentions have come from. PaperCritic This enables researchers to monitor the comments and criticisms made on their academic works. Citation indexes. From CitEc. Analysis of citations of documents included in its database. MahtSCiNet This gives information about the citations received by the journals in the database itself.

Google Scholar A search engine including peer-reviewed studies, theses, books, abstracts, and articles from academic sources. Research activity profile. Helps authors to compile bibliographies Creating an entry Raising awareness of the importance of having a unique signature Creating a simple signature format that can be integrated in the sources of information of the English-speaking world. Google Scholar Citations This makes it possible to compile the academic production of a researcher and displays a personal page with information about the number of citations.

Registration is required to use it. Recommendations for correctly identifying academic publications. Co-author Index A tool from the EC3 Research Group: Evaluation of Science and Scientific Communication, making it possible to find out the co-authorship habits and practices of Spanish researchers in the different fields and disciplines in which academic knowledge is organized.

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Building off the classic reference work, a valuable tool for social workers for over 85 years, the online resource of the same name offers the reliability of print with the accessibility of a digital platform. ESW offers hundreds of overview articles on a range of key topics in social work study as well as concise biographies of influential figures in social work history.

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International Statistiques mondiales This collects statistics from all countries on economics, health, energy, etc. UNESCO: Institute for statistics This compares countries' data to give an overall perspective on education, science, technology, culture, and communication. The World Fact Book Central Inteligence Agency This offers information on the government, economy, and transport of global entities.

OCDE Statistical data grouped by subject: agriculture, demographics, population, development, education, finance, industry, labor.

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Eurostat The statistics office of the European Commission that produces data about the European Union and promotes the data harmonization. Spain I. E National Statistics Institute This body is legally entrusted with carrying out large scale statistical operations: censuses, national accounts, demographic and social statistics, economic and social indicators, business directories, electoral rolls.

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S Sociology Research Center Its aim is the scientific study of Spanish society, carried out primarily through survey-based studies. Statistical information bodies Institute of Statistics of the Community of Madrid Organized by autonomous communities, councils in the Community of Madrid, ministries, and international bodies by country.

Doctoral Theses. Universo Abierto. Spain Teseo A database with the references of the doctoral theses presented in Spain since Doctoral theses This platform hosts open-access doctoral theses from different Spanish universities. Europe DART-Europe E-theses Portal An association of research libraries and consortia of librarians that work together to improve global access to European doctoral theses.

It has a joint catalog, hosted on WorldCat. Electronic Libraries. Hispana Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sport : This brings together the electronic collections of archives, libraries, and museums in accordance with the European Union's Open Archives Initiative. This includes historical books, articles, and maps from all countries. Google Books A Google service that searches for the complete text of the books that Google scans, converts them into text with optical character recognition, and stores them in its online database.

List of On-Line Libraries by Universia. Open Access: repositories and directories. Repositories and open-access journals Dialnet Content aggregating portal. It does this in two ways: direct links to the full text that for those that are hosted on other servers hosting full-text documents on the Dialnet server. The journals included meet its high standards of quality: peer review or editorial control. Its aim is to increase their profile and facilitate their use. A public area journal library where users can search for scientific information that interests them.

A private area Journal publishing provides a tool for revision and complete publication of articles and scientific publications. This provides access to 1, journals and around , documents The e-Revistas platform offers direct and transparent access to the content of the journals that comprise the platform, selected in accordance with editorial quality criteria, thus contributing to greater dissemination of the content. Other electronic resources. Academic Search Engines. Google Scholar Provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature.

From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites. Google Scholar helps you find relevant work across the world of scholarly research.

BASE provides more than 70 million documents from more than 3, sources. The index is continuously enhanced by integrating further OAI sources as well as local sources. Jurn is a unique search-engine primarily dedicated to indexing free and 'open access' ejournals in the arts and humanities. It is a 'full text finder' that harnesses all the power of Google to search across quality open access content.

RefSeek Is a web search engine for students and researchers that aims to make academic information easily accessible to everyone. RefSeek searches more than one billion documents, including web pages, books, encyclopedias, journals, and newspapers. RefSeek's unique approach offers students comprehensive subject coverage without the information overload of a general search engine—increasing the visibility of academic information.

Official bulletins. Books purchase. How to request the acquisition of a book: Access the catalog. Enter the keys of reader card and password. Click "Conectar" Connect. Once you are in your personal session, click on "Mi biblioteca" My Library. Fill in the requested data and "Aceptar" OK.

Interlibrary Loans and Access to Documents Service. Online journals. Websites by subject - Theology and Religion. Libraries Vatican Library Colections: Manuscripts Incunabula Printed books Coins and Medals Catalogue Graphic materials and Art objects: includes prints, maps, drawings, photographs and plates which are kept in the various collections of the Library Archive Pontifical Gregorian University. Library Approximately 1 million books in the closed stacks, Approximately 3. It specializes in theology, not just relating to the Catholic Church, but also with extensive documentation from the ecumenical sector, and other non-Christian religions.

It also allows keyword searches in abstracts. Ethics and the Christian world. This project provides the citations, abstracts, subject categories, and direct links to books, book chapters, journal articles, book reviews, and other works related to the study of Jesuit history, spirituality, educational heritage, and pedagogy. It compiles documents on Christianity, Judaism, and other religions. It collects bibliographic references and information about spiritual exercises. Websites by subject - International Relations. It can be searched by country and by name Europe Direct- Information service This offers: central information service by telephone or on-line local information services offering specific information for the requirements of each EU country EuroDocs A wiki developed by Richard Hacken European Studies Bibliographer, Brigham Young University Compiling historical documents from eastern Europe transcribed, in facsimile, and translated.

A source of information for understanding the historical facts of the countries. BBC Country Profiles Country Profiles provide an instant guide to history, politics and economic background of countries and territories, and background on key institutions. They also include audio and video clips from BBC archives. Select a country, territory or international organisation from the menus. Portals and search engines www. Selcher prof. Compiles and describes thousands of high-quality sources of information on subjects on international relations, affairs and studies, global studies, etc.

It compiles a directory of links by subjects of interest Gloobal An integrated documentation system for development services, it creates a space for exchange and mutual support between North-South organizations and networks. It provides the following services: information about social networks, organizations, conferences, and activities.

It enables users to find articles, research, reviews, studies, interviews, news. It is a global forum for the latest ideas and events. Statistics Comillas Pontifical University. Library A collection of sources of statistical information. Government of Spain Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Embassies and consulates This has various sections: information for citizens and information for research: diplomatic school, international bodies, international treaties, etc.

Official bodies: other countries Websites from other states A collection of websites from other states. International organizations European Union Portal Link to EU institutions A portal that brings together topics of interest: culture and education, development and humanitarian aid, employment and social affairs, the environment, local development, etc.

It provides detailed information about a given country, and also offers the opportunity to compare and analyze different social protection systems. United Nations The UN has 5 lines of actions: peace and security, development, human rights, humanitarian matters, international law Unofficial bodies: international European Council on Foreign Relations ECFR An independent body with the aim of integrating European foreign policy in support of shared interests and European values. It leads research and promotes debate on foreign policy.

Oxford Research Group A non-governmental organization that works to promote the non-violent resolution of conflicts. It champions the development of a more sustainable security. Its work is based on 4 pillars: dialog, diplomacy, negotiation, and quality of human relations. Its mission is to influence public policies and practices with the aim of ensuring a more effective role for the European Union in its support for multilateralism, democratic values, security, and sustainable development.

Unofficial bodies: national Real Instituto Elcano A forum for analysis and discussion of international current affairs, particularly Spain's international relations. Areas: Spanish foreign policy, cooperation, energy, defense, demographics, Spain's foreign image Unofficial bodies: other countries Brookings Non-profit think tank. Its mission is to lead high-quality and independent research. Its aims are: To reinforce democracy in the USA Economy and social welfare, security and opportunities To support and strengthen a system of international cooperation Council of Foreign Relations Independent think tank.

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Its mission is to improve understanding of the world and its foreign relations. It supports various programs to promote interest in and create leaders in international politics amongst the upcoming generations. Support for independent study and research programs Developing up-to-date research List of links by the Real Instituto Elcano A list of links to international, Spanish and foreign agencies official and private. It is also possible to access the different networks to which the Institute belongs.

It also includes useful web links relating to study and research programmes offered by diplomatic training institutions. Websites by subject - Philosophy. Each entry is maintained and updated by experts in the field and passes through a process of review by the editorial committee before publication. Its aim is to facilitate exchange and development of philosophical research, and to collect and organize articles and books by specialists in the field. Portail de revues en sciences humaines et sociales It provides full-text access to journal articles, chapters from edited volumes, Conference proceedings, books, working documents, etc.

Academic information on philosophy, theology, Psychology, History… Philosophy Research Base This started as a tool to help philosophy students from Villanova University. It is organized by historical period, subject, and author. It contains high quality on-line texts and resources that are designed for both an academic audience and a general one and has an interest in all philosophical topics and related areas. Guide de resources web en philosophie University of Montreal.

Philosophy resources in French. A repository of pre-prints, specializing in philosophy. Its aim is to promote communication in this field through the rapid dissemination of academic works. Cogprints A repository belonging to Eprints3 covering various areas: psychology, linguistics, and philosophy. Websites by subject - Social Work and Sociology. This organizes documentation about the social services and resources in Spain and in countries that are more advanced in this field.

It has a specialist library on social action and social services. University of the Basque Country. It disseminates a specialized collection in development and cooperation. It brings together a selection of interesting links, organized by subject. It compiles a directory of links by subjects of interest SerSocial 2. This brings together sources of information about: Disability, older people, family, drug addiction, gender-based violence, equal opportunities, etc. Ministry of Labor and Social Security. International organizations Portal of the European Union A portal that brings together topics of interest: culture and education, development and humanitarian aid, employment and social affairs, the environment, local development, etc.

United Nations The UN has 5 lines of actions: peace and security, development, human rights, humanitarian matters, international law Unofficial bodies: international Social Policy Research Unit SPRU Hosted at the University of York, one of the most prestigious sites in research on social policy. Aims: to develop services to help the population in a position of vulnerability: poverty, age, disability. International Council on Social Welfare ICSW This participates actively in a wide range of fields within the general areas of social development, social welfare, and social justice.

These include matters such as food and nutrition, health and welfare services, social protection, education and housing as well as many others relating to economic development, human rights, and community participation International Association for Schools of Social Work IASSW An association created to promote education in social work around the world.

It provides a forum for exchanging social research, promoting human rights, and social development. FOESSA Foundation The aims of FOESSA are: to serve the knowledge of the social reality of Spain; to be a continuous reference in the field of social exclusion and applied sociology; offer a meeting space for people, groups and entities that work in social analysis. General Social Work Council The representative, coordinating and executive body for social work associations. It is responsible for regulating professional practice and protecting the prestige of the profession. It promotes compliance with human rights and social justice.

Conferencia de Decanos y Directores de Escuelas de Trabajo Social A body representing and defending interests to improve university training in social work. Aims: quality of training, constructing a space for dialog, encouraging academic activity. Websites by subject - Criminology. Portals and search engines El criminalista Digital Offers a selection of commentaries and updated online journals and other resources related to criminal law and criminology Portal BOE A portal providing access to the Official Spanish State Gazette: it contains the following databases: IBERLEX, GAZETA historical collection of the gazette from to , the legal opinions of the state legal service, cases decided by the Constitutional Court decisions and rulings and legal opinions from the State Council since Intended for professionals and academics who stretch across the entire spectrum of policing research conducted in fields from law enforcement to public safety.

In the future, the database will hold up to 5, studies on cases which date back to Its field of work focuses on the criminological framework with the aim of addressing the scourge of criminal activity from the most diverse perspective possible. The aim is to promote research work in the field of criminology and forensic science, to promote training, etc.

They strive to secure participation from a group of researchers and experts who are primarily involved in psychological and criminological fields, including professionals who are attempting to adapt their techniques and research to the phenomenon of crime. Forum for the dissemination of criminological knowledge at European level. Academy of criminal Justice Sciences International association established in to foster professional and scholarly activities in the field of criminal justice. It promotes criminal justice education, research, and policy analysis within the discipline of criminal justice.

Eurlex This gives access to all information relating to European Community law. It is free and is updated daily. Department of the Official State Gazette Continuously updated statutes which outline the legislation in force in the different scopes of Spanish law: constitutional, civil, administrative, criminal, procedural, trade, social, tax and financial.

Statistics Yearbooks and statistics from the Ministry of the Interior Quarterly balance sheet of crime statistics Correctional facilities Traffic Criminal statistics. Compilation of statistical sources - Comillas Pontifical University Library. Websites by subject - Law. It provides access to information about the EU. Congreso de los Diputados The official website of the Spanish Congress. Senado The web site of the Spanish Senate. It contains annotated legal doctrine for any subject and analysis of legislation and jurisprudence. Department of the Official State Gazette These continuously updated legal codes collate the legislation in force in the different fields of Spanish law: constitutional, civil, administrative, criminal, procedural, commercial, social, tax, and financial.

Websites by subject - Nursing and Physical Therapy. It includes all the terms that appear in the paper version and has the advantages offered by electronic searching. Medical language changes constantly, and this change matches the ever faster rate of new scientific advances. Consequently, this electronic version of the dictionary will periodically be updated, corrected, and improved with content that will complement what is included in the paper version.