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Cuando la referencia es la misma que la nota inmediata anterior. Se emplea para hacer referencia a una obra ya citada, siempre y cuando no sea la inmediata anterior. B Referencias a fuentes indirectas. Formato de las citas: En las referencias a un trabajo de dos autores se citan ambos.
Se cita solamente el apellido del primer autor seguido de "et al. Ver los siguientes apartados. Moreno , a, c sostuvo Concepto y normas generales. Se coloca al final del trabajo. A partir de la entrada, cada una de las referencias debe expresar los datos siguientes: Los documentos de instituciones u organismos se ordenan por la primera palabra significativa del nombre, que no debe aparecer abreviado.
Por ejemplo, si conviene decir que se trata de una "carta al editor". Nombre de la revista. No poner la abreviatura vol. No usar, en cambio, ni esta ni ninguna otra abreviatura para revistas. Diferente utilidad de las bases de datos americanos y europeos en las ciencias sociales. El problema del escepticismo y los criterios de certeza.
Study finds free care used more. APA Monitor , p. Concepts, policy, practice, and research. American Psychologist , 36 What, when, and how about why: A longitudinal study of early expressions of causality.
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development. Effects of PM organizational development in supermarket organization. Japanese Journal of Experimental Social Psychology , 21 , Attitude and attitude change. Annual Review of Psychology , 32 , Het aanleren van deel-geheel relaties in het aanvankelijk rekenonderwijs [Teaching part-whole relations in elementary mathematic]. Pedagogische Studien , 54 , Ensayo de Orizana, G.
Autor o editor del libro. Teaching English as a second language. La droga, potencia mundial. Un negocio con el vicio. Trabajo original publicado en Routledge and Kegan Paul. Handbook of teratology Vols. The state board must determine if sufficient academic standards are covered to warrant the award of academic credit. Career education courses must include workforce and digital literacy skills and the integration of required course content with practical applications and designated rigorous coursework that results in one or more industry certifications or clearly articulated credit or advanced standing in a 2-year or 4-year certificate or degree program, which may include high school junior and senior year work-related internships or apprenticeships.
The department shall negotiate state licenses for material and testing for industry certifications. The instructional methodology used in these courses must be comprised of authentic projects, problems, and activities for contextually learning the academics. A student who earns credit upon completion of an apprenticeship or preapprenticeship program registered with the Department of Education under chapter may use such credit to satisfy the high school graduation credit requirements in paragraph 3 e or paragraph 3 g.
The state board shall approve and identify in the Course Code Directory the apprenticeship and preapprenticeship programs from which earned credit may be used pursuant to this subparagraph. Emphasis should be placed on online coursework and digital literacy. School districts must submit their recommended career education courses to the department for state board approval.
School district-recommended career education courses must meet the same rigorous standards as department-developed career education courses in order to be approved by the state board. School districts participating in the development of rigorous career education courses will be able to better address local workforce needs and allow students the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills that are needed not only for academic advancement but also for employability purposes.
The regional consortium shall submit course recommendations to the department, on behalf of the consortium member districts, for state board approval. A strong emphasis should be placed on online coursework, digital literacy, and workforce literacy as defined in s.
For purposes of providing students the opportunity to earn industry certifications, consortiums must secure the necessary site licenses and testing contracts for use by member districts. A student must pass the statewide, standardized grade 10 Reading assessment, or earn a concordant score, in order to graduate with a standard high school diploma.
Four credits in mathematics, which must include Algebra I. A student must pass grade 10 FCAT Mathematics, or earn a concordant score, in order to graduate with a standard high school diploma.
A student who takes Algebra I or Geometry after the school year must take the statewide, standardized EOC assessment for the course but is not required to pass the assessment in order to earn course credit. Substitution may occur for up to two mathematics credits, except for Algebra I.
Three credits in science, two of which must have a laboratory component. A student who takes Biology I after the school year must take the statewide, standardized Biology I EOC assessment but is not required to pass the assessment in order to earn course credit. A student who earns an industry certification for which there is a statewide college credit articulation agreement approved by the State Board of Education may substitute the certification for one science credit.
Three credits in social studies of which one credit in World History, one credit in United States History, one-half credit in United States Government, and one-half credit in economics are required.
One credit in fine or performing arts, speech and debate, or practical arts as provided in paragraph 3 e. One credit in physical education as provided in paragraph 3 f. Eight credits in electives. Four credits in mathematics, which must include Algebra I and Geometry.
A student who takes Algebra I after the school year must pass the statewide, standardized Algebra I EOC assessment, or earn a comparative score, in order to earn a standard high school diploma. A student who takes Algebra I or Geometry after the school year must take the statewide, standardized EOC assessment but is not required to pass the Algebra I or Geometry EOC assessment in order to earn course credit.
One of the science credits must be Biology I. One online course as provided in subsection 4. A student who takes Geometry after the school year must take the statewide, standardized Geometry EOC assessment. A student is not required to pass the statewide, standardized EOC assessment in Algebra I or Geometry in order to earn course credit.
A student who takes Biology I after the school year must take the statewide, standardized Biology I EOC assessment but is not required to pass the assessment to earn course credit. A student with a disability who does not satisfy the standard high school diploma requirements pursuant to this section shall be awarded a certificate of completion. A portfolio may include, but is not limited to, documentation of work experience, internships, community service, and postsecondary credit.