Course Syllabus (Academic Year 2018) School of Interdisciplinary Studies, Kanchanaburi Campus, Mahidol University . 1. Course No. and Title: KAID208 Probability and Applied Statistics Credit
cluster design project (15-20 units to form a small community ). Work done in the Related Study Program or the measured drawing of traditional settlement may be used as the context. Interior design may be included as part of programme. Issues: Cluste
6 Pre-requisite: Branch of physical science 7 Mode of delivery: Lecture, Practical 8 Class work 10% Tutorials 20% ... 8.1 Computer-Aided Design and Product Development 8.2 Rapid Prototyping 8.3 Types of Rapid Prototyping Systems 8.5 Material Selectio
Micro Presentation and Group Discussion ... Giving focus on intelligent and ... Classification of coal, petroleum (LPG, CNG), gasoline, octane number, aviation
Lecture notes and slides available in Google classroom. 13. Class schedules (Number of hours) Date Lecture/Lab Lecturer(s) 1 - 14 Jan2 (4hrs) 19 18 Jan 19 Sukumal / Orientation - Course syllabus - Intro to Google Classroom Sunisa 3 Sukumal / (2hrs)-2
- Worksheets Home Economics -Apply skills in seeking knowledge for work development -Have awareness and economically and cost-effectively use resources when working -Apply skills for problem-solving process when working -Safely create things based on
Advanced Continuum Mechanics Eg9-226 NAKANO Seminar on Environmental Ecology System Eg8-108 YAMAMOTO(T), MIWA Seminar on Urban Spaceand and Envoronment 1A/1C Seminar on Urban Spaceand and Envoronment 2A/2C 212534/ 212554 212574/ 212594 Eg8-210 Eg8-21
the lens of selected primary sources. Priority is given to primary sources that describe the important turning points in Philippine history from prehistoric times up to the contemporary period and articulate various perspectives. The approach, though
Intensive course Second Semester, Academic Year 2018 December 11 - 20, 2018 2010718 Seminar Selected in English Linguistics Topic: “CULTURE AND CONCEPTUAL METAPHOR THEORY” By Professor Dr. Zoltán Kövecses Eötvös Loránd University Budapest, Hungary
PRELIMINARIES Metaphor Experience Metonymy Some recent issues in CMT LEVELS OF METAPHOR Levels of metaphor Some consequences I.: Deliberate metaphor and methodology Some consequences II.: Blending EMOTION AND PERCEPTION Perception Emotion Anger across the world CULTURE Culture Diachrony Money CONTEXT Context Poetry ENGLISH World English Teaching English MULTIMODALITY Multimodality I.
Multimodality II. Summary and conclusions
Kövecses, Zoltán. 2005. Metaphor in Culture. Universality and Variation. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. 2006. Language, Mind, and Culture. A Practical Introduction. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. 2010. Metaphor. A Practical Introduction. (second edition) Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. 2015. Where Metaphors Come From. Reconsidering Context in Metaphor. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. 2017. Levels of metaphor. Cognitive Linguistics, 28(2).