Journal 1

1. A brief overview of the chapters along with the notes you took during the classes covering the chapters. Write, a detailed description of some aspects of the chapters and the experience that you felt was particularly meaningful for you.3. A discussion of what you have personally learned, -your weaknesses and your strengths. Also, discuss your plans for improving your learning experience “of some aspects in the chapters”, how you are going to use the internet “in particular” to fill the gaps in your understanding.
Don’t plagiarize
Write a summary “or concept map” + reflection using your own words
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ATTACHED FILE(S)
Meaning in Language: An Introduction to Semantics and Pragmatics (2011)
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Chapter: 2
LOGIC AND MEANING
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PROPOSITIONS
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How Propositions Relate
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Logical Operators
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Logical Operators
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Natural Language Application
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COMPATIBILITY
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INNER STRUCTURE OF PROPOSITIONS
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ARGUMENTS AND PREDICATES
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Valency
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Negative Polarity
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Logic of Classes
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Presuppositions
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Chapter 3:
CONCEPTS AND MEANING
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Codification of Experience
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Learning
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LEXICAL UNITS
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WHAT IS A WORD?
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Meaning in Language: An Introduction to Semantics and Pragmatics (2011)
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CONTEXTUAL VARIABILITY OF WORD MEANING
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PRELEMINARIES
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ENRICHMENT
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A Guide to Write Journals
How to write the journal?
Summarize the main points in the required chapters in a creative way and write your reflection.
You can write the journal as an essay
Or
You can use a mind map to summarize the main points and then write a reflection in a form of a paragraph under the mind map.
Your journal should include:
1. A brief overview (SUMMARY of the important points) of the required chapters.
2. Write your reflection:
The experience that you felt was particularly meaningful for you.
A discussion of what you have personally learned (your weaknesses and your strengths)
discuss your plans for improving your learning experience “of some aspects in the chapters”, how you are going to use the internet “in particular” to fill the gaps in your understanding.
Important Notes
Please avoid copying form the book or slides
It is ok to copy a short definition but you have to put it in between quotation marks“..….”
Writing a summary means avoiding listing unnecessary information. Be brief but at the same time mention the major and most important points.
If you choose to write an ESSAY, please follow the following guidelines:
This is the format
of an essay
Essay structure
Summary of chapter 2
Summary of chapter 3
Summary of chapter 4
Your reflection
Summary of chapter 5
Your essay should be written in around 600 words.
Use Times New Roman font – size 12.
The paper should be double spaced
Pay attention to grammar, spelling.
If you choose to make a mind map, please follow the following guidelines:
Your mind map should be clear and readable (the reader will read it easily)
Use arrows to show links between different parts
You can create a mind map using a mind mapping tool.
Use different colors to differentiate the level of the map, or the categories.
Use different sizes for each level of the mind map to differentiate the levels. This way it will be easier to read.
Do not forget to write a reflection paragraph under the mind map.
Pay attention to grammar, spelling.
Submit it as a Microsoft Word or PDF

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