The transmissions are done at fixed time, for example for NITON (GB): 7h00 and 19h00 UTC on 518 Khz in english, 5h20 and 17h20 on 490 Khz in english, 7h10 and 19h10 on 490 Khz in french.
FELD HELL and PSK HELL (USB)
3580, 7035, 10135, 14063, 21063 and 28063 KHz
3730 (LSB), 7035 (LSB), 14230 (USB), 21340 (USB), 28680 (USB), 144500 (FM)
HF Fax (Ham) (USB)
3730-3740, 7035-7045, 14230, 21340, 28680, 50550, 144700 KHz
HF Fax (commercial) (USB, 120 lpm, examples)
Hambourg Meteo on 3855, 7880 Khz
Bracknell Meteo on 2618,5, 4610, 4782, 8040 Khz
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In each unit, students will go through the following stages to ensure satisfactory completion of all assignments: planning, forming the rough draft, editing, revising, and rewriting.General Education Goals: ENG 101 is affirmed in the following General Education Foundation Category: Written and Oral Communication. The corresponding General Education Goal is as follows: Students will communicate effectively in both speech and writing. ENG 101 also addresses the General Education Integrated Course Goals: Ethical Reasoning and Action and Information Literacy, which are respectively as follows: Students will understand ethical issues and situations; and Students will address an information need by locating, evaluating, and effectively using information.Course Goals: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to do the following:
We will engage in writing workshops and discussions as we work to clarify and complicate our answers to the questions. You will be asked to complete reading and writing assignments and to participate in large and small group discussions and activities. It is important to realize that any writing that you do for this course may be shared with your classmates and me.
This section of English 101 takes an inquiry approach to introduce practices, resources, theory, and research related to writing—especially academic writing, but also civic and workplace writing. We will explore questions about writing processes and products. As a class, we will work together to construct answers to the following groups of focus questions:
Elizabeth Gutchess' model of a draft research paperfor English 101 students, "Undeveloped Streamsides: Corridors ofLife." Dr E collected the arguments for streamside preservation underheadings: protection of wildlife corridors, promotion of species diversity,cleansing of pollutants, and human greenspace.