Aphek

Aphek

(ā`fĕk), in the Bible. 1 Canaanite royal town, the modern Ras el-Ain or Rosh Hayim (Israel). Herod called it Antipatris. It is mentioned in Egyptian documents dating from the 19th cent. B.C. It is probably the same place as the unidentified Aphekah. 2 Canaanite city in Asher. 3 Place where Ahab defeated Benhadad. 4, 5 Two places where the Philistines encamped, perhaps the same as (1.)
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One reason could be that context-based learning allows L2 learners to build a direct link between vocabulary and its concepts, which facilitate L2 vocabulary learning (Cohen & Aphek, 1980; Kroll & Curley, 1988; Snow, 2005).
The Philistines were encamped at Aphek (see map), posing a deadly threat to Shiloh, a short distance away: Israel marched out to engage the Philistines in battle; they encamped near Eben-ezer while the Philistines encamped at Aphek (I Sam.
Renowned language experts like Nation, (1982, 2001), Cohen and Aphek, (1981) have also highlighted the importance and utility of guessing and rote repetition exercises.
This efficiency, furthermore, has been shown to be greater than that of other techniques including incidental learning (Prince 1996; Laufer and Shmueli 1997; Waring 1997, 2001), particularly when learners possess a low level in the L2 (Cohen and Aphek 1981; Prince 1996).
En los ultimos anos, numerosos investigaciones como las de Oxford (1990), Rubin (1989), y O'Malley y Chamot (1990) (revisados y analizados en Cyr (1998)) y otros estudios de Cohen y Aphek (1980), Lawson y Hogben (1996), Gu y Johnson (1996), Norbert Schmitt (1998), Thomas Segler (2001), se han centrado en el vocabulario destacando la importancia de su adquisicion por parte de los aprendices, pues el mismo se considera vital para desarrollar las destrezas de hablar, escuchar, leer y escribir.
Turkey said Monday it has notified Ella Aphek, the Israeli Embassy's deputy head of mission, that she and other senior Israeli diplomats must leave by Wednesday now that Turkey has decided to downgrade its diplomatic ties with Israel to the level of second secretary.
ANKARA, September 05, 2011 (TUR) - Minister-Counsellor Ella Aphek with the Israeli Embassy in Ankara was summoned to Turkish Foreign Ministry.
Beck, McKeown, & Omanson, 1987; Brown & Perry, 1991; Channell, 1980; Clarke & Nation, 1980; Cohen & Aphek, 1981; Crow & Quigley, 1985; Hall, 1988; McDaniel, Pressley, & Dunay, 1987; Mondria, 2003; Mondria & Wit-de-Boer, 1991; Pressley, Levin & McDaniel, 1987; Pressley, Levin, Hall, Miller, & Berry, 1980; Rodriguez & Sadowki, 2000; Szymborski,1995; Van Hell & Mahn, 1997) and have yielded very different findings regarding the effectiveness of these methods.
73) One of the two lexical fragments found at Aphek contains triplicate entries that consist of a logogram followed by syllabically spelled Akkadian and Canaanite equivalents, each separated by a gloss mark; entries for "water," "wine," and perhaps "oil" and "honey" are partly preserved, written on what appears to have been a cylindrical clay prism mounted on a stick.
En este sentido, es oportuno tambien el senalamiento que hace Aphek (2001) en torno al concepto de aproximacion dialogica en la metodologia de evaluacion en sistemas educativos.
Cohen and Aphek 1981, Kasper and Glass 1988) has shown that experienced learners have developed successful methods and strategies, including some mnemonic-based, for learning foreign vocabulary.