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39 Use Of English Language & Communication Skills

Year: 2019

School: Federal University, Oye-Ekiti

Department: General studies

Course Code: GST101

Topics: English Language, Communication Skills, listening, comprehension, reading

ENGLISH 101+:A Manual for English Students

Year: 2020

School: Obafemi Awolowo University

Department: Arts and Humanities

Course Code: EGL101

Topics: English, language characteristics, Language Description levels, functions of language, branches of linguistics, History of English Usage in Nigeria, Dictionary, Communication Skills, language skills, Speaking Skills, lexical relations, intersentence connection, Synonyms, Homonym, Homophone, Hyponymy, Collocation, Ellipsis, Substitution, Conjunction, Grammatical Rankscale, English Morpheme, noun, nominalisation, nominal group, Applying Adverbs, English minor sentence, Syndetic Coordination, Asyndetic Coordination, concord, Subject-verb Concord, Agreement in English

Technical report writing

Year: 2020

School: Federal University of Technology, Owerri

Department: Engineering

Course Code: ENG313

Topics: Communication, Business Letter, Report Writing, Documentation, Technical report writing

USE OF ENGLISH AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS 1

Year: 2019

School: Cross River University of Technology

Department: General studies

Course Code: GSS1201

Topics: Research writing, research, documentation, plagiarism, APA documentation, MLA documentation

Communication engineering studio 2

Year: 2020

School: Federal University of Technology, Owerri

Department: Engineering

Course Code: COE503

Topics: Communication engineering studio, intercom system, side tone connection, communication process, transmission media, communication setup, communication system software, honey spot, service denial, eavesdropping, spoof, information leakage, data lose, hardware failure, telephone system, full duplex communications, wireless communication, telephone system side tone connection, communication systems software, information protection strategies, Antenna, Antenna radiation patterns, optical fiber, Friis transmission formula, communication systems security, communication systems protection

Introduction to computer science, workshop practive

Year: 2019

School: Federal University of Technology, Minna

Department: Science and Technology

Course Code: CPT111, WKS110, GST110, BIO111, STA117, PHY113, MAT111, CHM1111, CHM112

Topics: reserve words, program statements, pseudo code, flowchart, programming language, algorithm, plant location, plant layout, accident, electrical hazards, zero error, communication skills, communication, essay writing, technical report writing, essay, cell biology, organelles, cell membrane, microscopy, microscope, biodiversity, hereditary, inheritance, monocotyledons, dicotyledons, frequency distribution, questionnaire, force, tension, pressure, vector, scalar, linear motion, random motion, rotational motion, oscillatory motion, gravitational field strength, escape velocity, logarithm, surd, geometric progression, sets, Bohr postulate, Raoults's law, LeChatelier's principle, chemical bonding, electronic configuration, inorganic chemistry, Dalton atomic theory Avogadro's number

The use of English - 2004,2005,2007,2009

Year: 2009

School: University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Department: General studies

Course Code: GSP101

Topics: vocabulary, dictionary, listening efficiency, acronym, hyponym, listening efficiency, library, document, documentation, reading technique, comprehension, reading speed, study pattern, language

USE OF ENGLISH AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS 1

Year: 2019

School: Cross River University of Technology

Department: General studies

Course Code: GSS1101

Topics: Dictionary, reading, listening, sentence, public speech

Business communication skills

Year: 2017

School: Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta

Department: Administration, Social and Management science

Course Code: ETS201

Topics: Business communication skills, communication, speaking, expression

Use of English and communication skills 2016-2019 by Sipisi Media

Year: 2019

School: Federal University of Technology, Owerri

Department: General studies

Course Code: GST101

Topics: Use of English, communication skills

University of Ibadan literature POST UTME past question and answer

Year: 2019

School: WAEC, JAMB & POST UTME

Department:

Course Code: UI POST UTME

Topics: drama, play, Aristotle, story, melodrama, literature

Technical report writing

Year: 2020

School: Federal University of Technology, Owerri

Department: Engineering

Course Code: FST401

Topics: Technical report writing, research project, title page, investigatory project, typing instructions, referencing, plagiarism

Principles of electronic communication

Year: 2019

School: Federal University of Technology, Owerri

Department: Engineering

Course Code: COE318

Topics: Electronic communication, digital signal, analogue signal, digital modulation, analogue modulation, Shannon limit, ASK techniques, signal quantization, digital modulation techniques, bit rate, Nyquist sampling theorem, modulation index, radio wave propagation, radiation pattern, antenna efficiency, wave, antenna parameter

Microwave communication system

Year: 2019

School: Federal University of Technology, Owerri

Department: Engineering

Course Code: COE504

Topics: Microwave communication system, microwave design, fresnel zone, microwave system application, satellite, downlink carrier-to-noise ration, overall system carrier-to-noise ratio, satellite transponder system, FDMA Network, satellite anatomy, Radio frequency combiner, satellite communication system, microwave communication system, microwave link

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English Drama

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Department: Arts and Humanities

Course Code: ENG362

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Study material on MAC113: Basic mass communication skills

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The Art and Science of Business Communication Skills ,4th edition

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New horizons in communication skills

Author: JC Ogbodo, EJ Otagburuagu, CL Ngonebu, CU Ogbuehi, LC Ogenyi

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Department: General studies

Course Code: GSP101

Topics: communication skills, Language, study skills, note taking, vocabulary development, word choice, english language registers, listening skills, phonetics, phonology, oral communication, human communication, communication, social interaction, reading, reading techniques, reading strategies, research methods, research writing, examination techniques

Listening Comprehension Skills

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A Companion to Baugh and Cable's History of the English Language ,3rd edition

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Department: Arts and Humanities

Course Code: ENG204

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English Language in Nigeria

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Author: JC Ogbodo, CL Ngonebu, LC Ogenyi, BO Nwokolo

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School: Federal University, Oye-Ekiti

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Use of English and communication skills 1

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Key point summary on GSP101 (The Use of English I)

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School: University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Department: General studies

Course Code: GSP101

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The Compact Bedford Introduction to Literature Reading Thinking Writing ,12th edition

Author: Michael Meyer, Quentin Miller

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Department: Arts and Humanities

Course Code: ENG113

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