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Mar. 26th, 2017

Nicolay Shinkin

shinkinnicolay

The Innovative Principles of Teaching Mean Successful Recruitment of New Students

The Chinese character decomposition is a new, very efficient and innovative method of learning and teaching the Chinese characters.

Though this method is very simple, it helps to achieve astonishing educational records.

Those students who learnt the Chinese characters with the help of decomposition and analysis easily memorize and write them without any difficulty.

Nowadays everyone looks for innovative and talented Chinese language teacher who can make miracles to his students - teach easily
and quickly.

If students are happy with the teaching principles they will advertise and promote their alma mater with all their efforts.

Why not to use such perfect advertising resource for educational institution?

Please see how smooth and pleasant is the process of the Chinese character decomposition:

Decomposition of the Chinese Character 格 gé,‘standard’,

木 mù tree,
十 shí ten,
一 yī one,
丨 gǔn line,
八 bā eight,
各 gè every,
夂 zhǐ go,
丿 piě slash,
又 yòu again,
口 kǒu mouth,
冂 jiōng down box,
一 yī one,

木十一丨八各 夂丿又口冂 一

NB. Synonyms: Structural analysis of the Chinese characters, Breakdown of the Chinese characters, Chinese characters split.

More information: http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/the-chinese-character-decomposition-guidance/18847104 and http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/polina985

Aug. 30th, 2010

oldschool

cinefest

The Mighty Boosh Documentary @ Cinefest

Friday, September 3rd Cinefest Film Theatre at Georgia State University will host the Atlanta premiere of Journey of the Childmen: The Mighty Boosh On Tour:

The Mighty Boosh is one of those rare comedies that began with a DIY aesthetic and transferred from radio and TV success to become a national phenomenon, catapulting its stars Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding to stadium rock star status. This film captures the roller coaster ride of their huge success, as they navigate a nation hooked on the cult of Boosh.

JOTC was filmed across the mammoth 99 date UK tour undertaken by The Boosh in the winter of 2008-2009, visiting everywhere from tiny theaters to full-blown arenas, during which time they performed to 270,000 fans. The film provides an intimate and honest portrait of life on the road for the Mighty Boosh, and is essential viewing for fans, as well as those interested in comedy and documentaries. Shot in an observational style by award winning filmmaker Oliver Ralfe, JOTC is a personal and hilarious portrait of the phenomena of the Mighty Boosh and the characters who invented it.

Showtimes: 7pm, 9pm

Admission: $5 General Admission, Free For GSU Students, Faculty, and Staff with Panther Card

Reservations: Reservations are available for the 9pm screening. Reserving your seat will allow you to be added to the guest list but payment must be made at the box office at the time of the screening. Reservations will be limited to parties of 2 and capped at 50 reservations per showing. Tickets will also be available at the door. Email cinefestreservations@gmail.com to reserve your ticket.

Cinefest Film Theatre
66 Courtland Street SE, Suite 240
Atlanta, GA 30303

http://www.gsu.edu/cinefest
http://www.journeyofthechildmen.co.uk/

Aug. 13th, 2010

scruntchyface

ikitten

(no subject)

 Hi.  Finishing up a Bachelors at GSU starting this semester, and a little unfamiliar with things.  I look at my schedule and I have a few quandaries. What's a "1hr Breakout Recitation?"

Additionally, anyone have experienced with snagging a better class/timeslot at the end of Add/Drop?  Are there waiting lists or anything one might get on?  Or is it just a shot in the dark, hoping someone drops just as you check?

I don't have a place in town at the moment...I'm shooting to get one some time between the start of September and the start of October.  So transport/parking tips would be appreciated.

May. 16th, 2010

BSG Caprica

qaffangyrl

Apartment advice needed

Hi guys,

I'll be starting work on my Ph.D at GSU this fall. I dont have money to visit and find an apartemnt before I move so I am going to have to find an apt online but i dont know the city at all.

I am living on a doctoral stipend so I have VERY LITTLE MONEY. I think the max for rent i can afford is about $450 a month. my only requirements are that I have air conditioning and that the apt allows me to have my two small dogs.

Can y'all tell me the names of some apt complexes to consider?

Aug. 18th, 2009


treehouseblues

Bookstore Credit...

available this week?



Thanks.

Jul. 28th, 2009


treehouseblues

(no subject)

What is the "USG Institution Fee"?


Thanks.

May. 31st, 2009

[chloe.]

_stasha

Summer Bookstore Credit

Two similar questions: will bookstore credit be offered for the summer semester and what is the estimated date of refund deposit?

Thanks and congrats to those who just graduated!

May. 10th, 2009


treehouseblues

(no subject)

How much would it cost to use the gym during the summer semester? (I'm not taking classes during summer semester.)



Thanks!

Apr. 8th, 2009


treehouseblues

(no subject)

It's been a while...but can you still transfer from MARTA to CCT for free? I plan on taking the CCT 10 into Smyrna from the Arts Center station. Possible?

Mar. 17th, 2009

green__

(no subject)

Any Art Ed majors out there? I just decided to be one and I have a million questions that the regular art adviser is completely unclear on and he hasn't responded with the art ed advisers email yet. I have to register for classes next week and just want to clear some questions up before hand.

I was told I have to have a B average in all my art classes to take the first Art Ed class (4200) which I do not have yet - Can I go ahead and take some of the regular education classes?
Also that's what the adviser said but online it just says I need the B average to apply to the major not to take the class. Or do I have to apply to the major to take the class?

When are you supposed to take the GACE? I was told to take it over the summer but I haven't had any art ed or education classes yet...

I was told I can only have up to 15 studio credits when applying for the art ed program - what happens if I were to have more (i don't - just if) can I just never be an art ed major?

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