Impact of Photographs and its Placement in News Articles on Readers:A study on the influence of photograph placement on readers Pushkar V
A Mixed Approach for Gist Generation of Hindi News Article: Varaprasad Rao Mangu/ Vishnu Vardhan Balusu
News Reporting and Feature Article Writing: Franklin Tembo Senior
With a combination of reverence and humor, Panther-Yates takes us on a tour of the Four Corners´ world-renowned - and lesser known - ancient sites. Originally published in the Santa Fe Sun-News, these columns testify to New Mexico´s undeniable power and mystery. In addition to the usual Native American dances, kiva mysteries and petroglyphs, the author introduces us to the offbeat spiritualities of the Muslim-like Penitentes of Abiquiu, Chimayo´s santeros and a teaching coven of witches in Taos. We visit a Sikh temple, study the Phoenician Hebrew Ten Commandments Stone in Los Lunas and explore the hippie nirvana of Santa Fe. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rich Crankshaw. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/019068/bk_acx0_019068_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In Debating Fake News: A Guide with Critical Thinking Strategies on How to Extract the Truth from Fake News and Alternative Facts in the Media, you will learn: What is propaganda? It´s no secret that we are often being sold things, by advertising companies, and now by the news. How did propaganda start? What was the history of it? How can we learn how to spot it and protect ourselves? Modern forms of it: Although propaganda has been around for a long time, its form has shifted. Although it is similar now to how it was, there are some key differences to be aware of. Chapter three will cover this in detail. Clickbait and fake news: It seems as though a lot of news on the Internet these days is just ´´clickbait´´, designed to make people read but without much substance. How can you decipher reality from these sources? This book will tell you. Who owns the media? Did you know that there are not very many mega-corporations that own most of the media? Once you are aware of who they are, perhaps their lies will become easier to spot. How to tell truth from lies: How can you tell that a news article you´re reading is legitimate? Chapters six and seven will give you detailed instructions on looking at news sources with critical thinking tactics, so you don´t get fooled. Everyone out there has an agenda when it comes to the news. In order to make sure you are getting as much truth as possible, these topics are crucial to learn about. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Benjamin McLean. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/096195/bk_acx0_096195_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Section 2 of this guide teaches you how to become an active reader that knows how to read efficiently and how to get the most out of each news article. You will learn common news terms and phrases that are used in formal interviews, newspapers and even the tabloids. The terminology in this guide comes with detailed explanations, examples and tips for English learners. You will also learn new vocabulary not related to the news along the way. At the end of the guide, you are able to interactively practice your new knowledge with exercises. The answers are given at the end of each exercise, allowing you to study on your own. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Thomas Wynn. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/007225/bk_acx0_007225_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
No more boring English lessons!Over our many years teaching English, we have identified three points that will help you learn easily.It needs to be interesting. If you want to progress to English fluency, you need to be having fun or be interested in what you are doing. All of the articles in this audiobook are based on interesting real-life stories. We cover everything from ´´news´´ to ´´business´´ and ´´lifestyle´´, and everything in between.It needs to all be in English. This will help you begin to think in English.It needs to contain ´´real English´´. Most books ´´dumb down´´ the material. We present real English, but in a clear way. We don’t treat you like a child or bore you with the same old nonsense.If you are in the intermediate level and want to gain real English fluency, then this book is ideal for you.Let’s get started. 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Michaels. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/150295/bk_acx0_150295_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
If there was one technological group that has been in the news a relentless amount of times, it could be identified as the group dubbed the N.S.A. Technology involves not only software, hard drives, and networks, but also the ethical and moral characteristics intertwined with the use of technology. The National Security Agency is one of many government agencies that collect and analyze foreign and domestic intelligence information related to national security, and to protect US government communications and sensitive information related to national security. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Clay Kayu. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/032835/bk_acx0_032835_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
World War II is now in its third year and although nothing can dent the unwavering patriotism of Henrietta and her friends, everyone in the Devonshire village has their anxious moments. Henrietta takes up weeding and plays the triangle in the local orchestra to take her mind off things; the indomitable Lady B, now in her late 70s, partakes in endless fund-raising events to distract herself from thoughts of life without elastic; and Faith, the village flirt, finds herself in the charming company of American GIs. With the war nearing its end, hope seems to lie just around the corner, and as this spirited community muddles through, Lady B vows to make their friendships outlast the hardship that brought them together. Joyce Dennys was born, in 1893, in India. The Dennys family relocated to England in 1896. Dennys enjoyed drawing lessons throughout her schooling and later enrolled at Exeter Art School. As she got older, her drawing took a backseat to the domestic and social duties of a mother and doctor´s wife and she became increasingly frustrated. She voiced her frustrations through the character of Henrietta, a heroine she created for an article for Sketch. These writings were later compiled to form Henrietta´s War, first published in 1985. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kimberley Datnow. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/009736/bk_adbl_009736_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.