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ESL tests for grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension, different levels of complexity
it tests grammar and vocabulary, acronyms as well, for upper- intermediate students
it tests grammar, vocabulary and reading- comprehension for intermediate, going gradually; reading comprehension.
Literature and the computer generated three–dimensional landscape are the possibilities in which all our wishes can be fulfilled:we can see ourselves from the outside, adopt a new identity, be able to modify the environment through either verbal commands or physical gestures, see creative thoughts instantly materialized without having them for real. While reading, one gets “immersed” and experiences a virtual reality effect. It is similar to using a head-mounted display or a data-glove.
The Freudian idea that art bridges the gap between the pleasure principle and the reality principle also states that behind the “known”, behind that “veil” or that set of veils set by the writer, the analyst will find the “secret”, the drives that secretly urged the artist sublimate his driven-back feelings.
The paper tackles the concept of gratification and the need gratification theory with view to the creative process in a teaching environment, to then focus on the knowledge enriching need, to be found both in the teacher and in the student, the first one learning for the others, while the latter – learning for himself, to later also learn for the others.
A study on psychological processes involved in choosing certain aspects of the linguistic diversity and their effects on one’s behaviour, laying the premises that from servant, language can become a master. Examples are drawn from the media- advertising, commercials, TV, newspapers.
A focus on John Fowles' work seen from a psycho-analytical perspective, in a postmodern world. It is a would-be answer to whether the writer can become a complete individual by means of his work or not, when life is always considered a series of hazardous experiences meant to make us evolve.