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Off-Campus Excursion Notes
Frequency of trips: They take place three times per month.
• Cultural sites like theatres and 1
• Discount shopping areas
• No guided tours because students like to 2 by themselves
• No place is more than 3 away.
• All transportation to the venues is 4
• Students only have to pay entrance fees to venues.
• Students can also get special discounts.
• Discount tickets are available in advance on the 5
Length of Time
|1||Big River Valley Park||12th October||6||6 hours|
|26th October||Anything you want
to buy at the stores
|9||Free with student ID||9 hours|
11. Harbor town has a historic area at the intersection where the city was first established about years ago.
12. Its position next to a useful waterway allowed Harbor town to produce and export and
13. The weather in the region, including warm summers and , is great for growing citrus fruit.
14. When the oil underneath Harbor town was completely extracted, industries like aerospace and were established.
15. Anyone who is interested in learning more about the history of Harbor town can use one of the terminals.
a. one of many she has written before.
b. one of that length the first time she has ever written.
c. not very important to her.
21. Kiana has been going over the reading for the assignment and
a. is confident she can write the paper.
b. is still wondering how to start the paper.
c. is going to focus on another class.
22. According to the dialogue, one of Dr. Reade’s roles is to
a. guide students to the most relevant readings.
b. challenge students in every way possible.
c. look for potential doctoral candidates.
a. slightly useful
b. read it again
d.read the first part
e.study research method
f.do not even bother reading
g.read the conclusion
percentage of Manassas residents that
a. make a middle-class wage
b. are married and have children
c. have at least a college education
d. were born in a foreign country
e. have citizenship
• What qualifies a building to get ‘green’ certification
Green Buildings in the World
Please telephone 826969 (8.30am – 5.00pm: Mon – Fri). We suggest that you try to see the same doctor whenever possible because it is helpful for both you and your doctor to know each other well. We try hard to keep our appointments running to time, and ask you to be punctual to help us achieve this; if you cannot keep an appointment, please phone in and let us know as soon as possible so that it can be used for someone else. Please try to avoid evening appointments if possible. Each appointment is for one person only. Please ask for a longer appointment if you need more time
Please telephone 823307 and a recorded message will give you the number of the doctor from the Centre on duty. Please remember this is in addition to our normal working day. Urgent calls only, please. A Saturday morning emergency surgery is available between 9.30 am and 10.00 am. Please telephone for home visits before 10.00 am at weekends.
Liz Stuart, Martina Scott, and Helen Stranger are available daily by appointment to help you with dressings, ear syringing, children’s immunizations, removal of stitches, and blood tests. They will also advise on foreign travel and can administer various injections and blood pressure checks. For any over 75s unable to attend the clinic, Helen Stranger will make a home visit. AII three Centre Nurses are available during normal working hours to carry out health checks on patients who have been on doctors’ lists for 3 years.
Within 3 months of registering with the Centre, new patients on regular medication are invited to attend a health check with their doctor. Other patients can arrange to be seen by one of the Centre Nurses.
Some services are not covered by the Centre e.g. private certificates, insurance, driving and sports medicals, passport signatures, school medicals, and prescriptions for foreign travel. There are recommended fees for these set by the National Medical Association. Please ask at reception.
Our receptionists provide your primary point of contact-they are all very experienced and have a lot of basic information at their fingertips. They will be able to answer many of your initial queries and also act as a link with the rest of the team. They may request brief details of your symptoms or illness – this enables the doctors to assess the degree of urgency.
Please remember to let us know if you decide to relocate. It is also useful for us to have a record of your telephone number.
TO ALL PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY MEMBERS OF STAFF
Meal Breaks (minimum company guidelines)
HOURS WORKED BREAK TO BE TAKEN
0-4 hrs nil
4-6 hrs 15 mins
6-8 hrs 30 mins
8-12 hrs 60 mins (taken as 2 x 30 mins)
12-24 hrs 75 mins (taken as 2 x 30 mins + 1 x 15 mins)
Your section staffing board will show the times when these breaks are to be taken.
It is your responsibility to check that the total break time shown on the staffing sheets accurately reflects the breaks that you take. Any discrepancies should be raised with your Staff Coordinator immediately.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS – FOOD HANDLERS
Food handlers are those concerned with preparing and serving unwrapped food. Food handlers should report any instance of sickness, diarrhea, and/or stomach upset experienced either while at work or during a holiday to a member of the Personnel Management team. Any infections of the ear, nose, throat, mouth, chest, or skin should also be reported to a member of the Personnel Management team. Food handlers need to have an annual dental examination by the company dentist. Alternatively, a current certificate of dental fitness may be produced from their own dentist. This applies to all permanent staff who handle food.
1. what to do if you need help outside normal working hours
2. who to speak to first for general information
3. what happens when you register with the Centre
4. what to do if you need to cancel a doctor’s appointment
5. You must always see the same doctor if you visit the Centre.
6. If you want a repeat prescription you must make an appointment.
7. Helen Stranger is the Head Nurse.
8. It is possible that receptionists will ask you to explain your problem.
9. You should give the Health Centre your new contact details if you move house.
A. talk to a staff coordinator.
B. have two thirty-minute breaks.
C. not take any breaks for meals.
D. pay for any meals they have.
E. get a single one-hour break.
F. look at the section staffing board.
G. lose pay for their break times.
H. tell a member of the Personnel Management team.
I. have an annual dental examination.
J. consult their doctor.
10. Temporary employees only working 3 hours should
11. Employees who work 11 hours should
12. To find out when to have their breaks, employees should
13. Employees working with food must
14. Food handlers who have been ill should
Safe computer use
Most people suffer no ill-effects from using VDUs (Visual Display Units) as they don’t give out harmful levels of radiation and rarely cause any kind of skin complaint. If you do suffer ill-effects, it may be because of the way you’re using the computer and this can be avoided by well-designed workstations. When working at a VDU, make sure you keep a good posture and that your eyes are level with the screen.
Under health and safety regulations your employer should look at VDU workstations, and reduce any risks by supplying any equipment considered necessary (e.g. a wrist rest). They should also provide health and safety training. This also applies if you’re working at home as an employee and using a VDU for a long period of time. There is no legal limit to how long you should work at a VDU, but under health and safety regulations you have the right to breaks from work using a VDU. This doesn’t have to be a rest break, just a different type of work. Guidance from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) suggests it’s better to take frequent short breaks but if your job means spending long periods at a VDU, for example as in the case of data input, then longer breaks from your workstation should be introduced.
If you’re disabled, your employer’s duty to make reasonable adjustments for you may mean that they will provide you with special computer equipment. You can also get advice and maybe help with paying for equipment from the local job center.
Studies haven’t shown a link between VDU use and damage to eyesight, but if you feel that using a VDU screen is making your eyes tired, tell your employee safety representative. You have the right to a free eyesight test if you use a VDU a lot during work hours. If you’re prescribed glasses your company must pay for them, provided they’re required in your job.
If you have any health problems you think may be caused by your VDU, contact your line manager. He/she has a duty to consult you on health and safety issues that affect you and should welcome early reporting of any issue.
15. It is unusual to get a as a result of using computers.
16. Employers may be required to provide you with items such as a to use while at work.
17. If your job involves tasks such as , the advice from the HSE may not apply.
18. Financial assistance in the case of special requirements may be available from the
19. The company is obliged to cover the cost of if you need them while working.
20. Any concerns about the effect of using a VDU on your general well-being should be reported to
Choice of accommodation for all students – homestays with local families or in Halls of Residence with New Zealand students.
The Totara Language Institute is part of the University of Waikato in the city of Hamilton, in New Zealand’s North Island. Intensive English classes are taught in four-week blocks throughout the year and students may enroll for as many blocks as they wish. Classes are for 5 hours each day, Monday to Friday, and include preparation for several international English language examinations. All the courses are taught by highly qualified teachers, many of whom also teach on Language Institute graduate programs in second language teaching and applied linguistics. Classes are small, usually from 10-12 students with a maximum number of 15, and normally contain a mix of students from a wide range of countries. Students who study English at the Language Institute become international members of the Waikato Students’ Union. The option is available to move on to university study if students meet the English language and academic entry levels for their choice of program. The Language Institute provides student support, welfare, and activities services. Students are met at Auckland airport on arrival and accommodation is provided with local families or in University Halls of Residence with New Zealand students.
Hamilton, one of New Zealand’s fastest-growing cities, is ideally located for a wide range of leisure and cultural activities. The Waikato River, the longest river in New Zealand, flows through the center of the city, providing a picturesque and park-like setting of riverside walks and gardens. The Waikato region is a diverse agricultural area, rich in historic sites, arts and crafts, hot springs, native forests, mountains, and rivers. Within easy reach is an unspoiled coastline; the wild and rugged west coast beaches are famous for surfing, and the more peaceful east coast resorts are only a short drive from Hamilton. Further afield the mountains of the central North Island, 3 hours’ drive away, provide superb ski facilities in winter, and hiking country in summer.
The Language Institute activities coordinator can assist students to arrange any sport and leisure activities. Assistance is also available for ongoing travel arrangements for students. Students on a visitor visa or work permit may study for a maximum of 3 months. Courses of longer duration require a student permit which is issued for the length of study only.
Overseas students who study at Totara Language Institute may choose to spend more of their free time with local students by applying for a room in the 21 Places are available here even for students enrolled on the minimum length course of 22 . Class sizes for each course range from 23 students and all the class teachers are well qualified; many of them teach in graduate programs in areas such as applied linguistics. As a member of the Language Institute, you will automatically be able to join the 24 . Hamilton can offer students a wide range of social activities. The city itself lies on either side of the 25 . which results in some very 26 views and enjoyable walks in the gardens. The Institute employs an activities coordinator who can help you organize your free time and you may also wish to make use of this service for planning your 27 when you leave New Zealand. Remember that a student permit is not valid when you have finished your studies.
A. Throughout history, there have been instances in which people have been unwilling to accept new theories, despite startling.This was certainly the case when Copernicus published his theory – that the earth was not the center of the universe.
B. Until the early 16th century, western thinkers believed the theory put forward by Ptolemy, an Egyptian living in Alexandria in about 150 A.His theory, which was formulated by gathering and organizing the thoughts of the earlier thinkers, proposed that the universe was a closed space bounded by a spherical envelope beyond which there was nothing. The earth, according to Ptolemy, was a fixed and immobile mass, located at the center of the universe. The sun and the stars revolved around it.
C. The theory appealed to humans. Someone making casual observations as they looked into the sky might come to a similar conclusion. It also fed the human ego. Humans could believe that they were at the center of God’s universe, and the sun and stars were created for their benefit.
D. Ptolemy’s theory, was of course, incorrect, but at the time nobody contested European astronomers were more inclined to save face. Instead of proposing new ideas, they attempted to patch up and refine Ptolemy’s flawed model. Students were taught using a book called The Sphere which had been written two hundred years previously. In short, astronomy failed to advance.
E. In 1530, however, Mikolaj Kopernik, more commonly known as Copernicus, made an assertion that shook the world. He proposed that the earth turned on its axis once per day, and traveled around the sun once per month. Even when he made his discovery, he was reluctant to make it public, knowing how much his shocking revelations would disturb the church. However, George Rheticus, a German mathematics professor who had become Copernicus’s student, convinced Copernicus to publish his ideas, even though Copernicus, a perfectionist, was never satisfied that his observations were complete.
F. Copernicus’s ideas went against all the political and religious beliefs of the humans, it was believed, were made in God’s image, and were superior to all creatures. The natural world had been created for humans to exploit. Copernicus’s theories contradicted the ideas of all the powerful churchmen of the time. Even the famous playwright William Shakespeare feared the new theory, pronouncing that it would destroy social order and bring chaos to the world. However, Copernicus never had to suffer at the hands of those who disagreed with his theories. He died just after the work was published in 1543.
G. However, the scientists who followed in Copernicus’s footsteps bore the brunt of the church’s two other Italian scientists of the time, Galileo and Bruno, agreeing wholeheartedly with the Copernican theory. Bruno even dared to say that space was endless and contained many other suns, each with its own planets. For this, Bruno was sentenced to death by burning in 1600. Galileo, famous for his construction of the telescope, was forced to deny his belief in the Copernican theories. He escaped capital punishment but was imprisoned for the rest of his life.
H. In time, however, Copernicus’s work became more subsequent scientists and mathematicians such as Brahe, Kepler and Newton took Copernicus’s work as a starting point and used it to glean further truths about the laws of celestial mechanics.
I. The most important aspect of Copernicus’ work is that it forever changed the place of man in the world. With Copernicus’ work, man could no longer take that premier position which the theologians had immodestly assigned him. This was the first, but certainly not the last time in which man would have to accept his position as a mere part of the universe, not at the center of it.
28. the public’s reaction to the new theory
29. an ancient belief about the position of the earth
30. Copernicus’s legacy to the future of science
31. How academics built on Copernican ideas
32. An idea that is attractive to humans
33. Out-dated teaching and defective research
34. Scientists suffer for their beliefs
List of People
35. He, among others, used Copernicus’s theories to advance scientific knowledge.
36. He proposed an inaccurate theory based on the work of early philosophers.
37. His attitude to the new theory was similar to that of the Church.
38. He was killed because of his belief in the new theory.
39. He was responsible for Copernicus’s ideas being made public.
40. He had to go to jail because he believed in the new theory.
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