Language Skills

Some articles on language, skills, language skills:

Glossary Of Language Education Terms - Glossary
... Accuracy Producing language with few errors ... or achieved from a program of study should be part of every language program and be specific to the goals and objectives of a specific language course ... to the particular goals and needs of the students in a language program ...
Types of Psychological Tests - Neuropsychological Tests
... from assessments of reflexes and developmental milestones, to sensory and motor skills, language skills, and simple cognitive skills ... and Bayley-III which tests mental ability and motor skills ... of Learning-III (DIAL-III) which assesses motor, cognitive, and language skills, Denver II which tests motor, social, and language skills, and Home Observation for Measurement of Environment (H ...
Outsourcing - Implications - Language Skills
... In the area of call centers end-user-experience is deemed to be of lower quality when a service is outsourced ... This is exacerbated when outsourcing is combined with offshoring to regions where the first language and culture are different ...
Ayman Mohyeldin - Career
... the aftermath of 9/11 "There was a real shortage of people with language skills or expertise in the Middle East ... Just because of my language skills and the timing, so to speak, I got a lot of experience ... or threads to stories that either had some Middle East connection to them or some type of Arabic language skills required ...

Famous quotes containing the words skills and/or language:

    While most of today’s jobs do not require great intelligence, they do require greater frustration tolerance, personal discipline, organization, management, and interpersonal skills than were required two decades and more ago. These are precisely the skills that many of the young people who are staying in school today, as opposed to two decades ago, lack.
    James P. Comer (20th century)

    As in private life one differentiates between what a man thinks and says of himself and what he really is and does, so in historical struggles one must still more distinguish the language and the imaginary aspirations of parties from their real organism and their real interests, their conception of themselves from their reality.
    Karl Marx (1818–1883)