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Study of Evacuation Model for Multi-Functional Sports Stadium in Colleges
Haiyan Wang
Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology , 2013,
Abstract: The international universal calculations of the time for evacuation have their own features and limits and their effective areas have to be noticed. This study analyzes different ways to calculate the evacuation time, according to the relative indexes and rules for evacuation of Chinese sports stadium. According to the specific calculation in a university, it has safety hazards. On condition of not changing the hardware structures, this study proposes the notes and measures for safety evacuation and provides references and advice for its real application.
Learner Autonomy and the Chinese Context
Haiyan Wang
Asian Social Science , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v4n7p114
Abstract: There is a move away from teacher-centered learning to student-centered learning or autonomy. Learner autonomy has become the new rational concept in educational field since 1980s and it is more challenging and of greater significance to cultivate learners’ ability to self-direct their learning and live independently and successfully later in society. However, autonomy in language teaching is sometimes presented as western concept unsuited to contexts such as those in China, which has different educational traditions. This paper mainly researches two questions: What’s learner autonomy indeed? And why is such concept presented that learner autonomy is unsuited to the Chinese context?
Nonverbal Communication and the Effect on Interpersonal Communication
Haiyan Wang
Asian Social Science , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v5n11p155
Abstract: It cannot be denied that the importance of interpersonal communication to the development of our society. Without interpersonal communication, people are unable to understand each other, cooperate with each other and promote the development of human society unceasingly. Therefore, the study of interpersonal communication has great significance. Interpersonal communication is fulfilled through two forms: one is verbal behaviors, the other one is nonverbal behaviors. Verbal communication is the most common and significant form of communication. But it does not mean that we can ignore the importance of nonverbal communication .In interpersonal communication, many messages and meanings are expressed through touch, eye contact and gaze, slight diversity of tone, gesture and facial expressions with or without the help of verbal behaviors .We often try to understand one’s heart thoroughly and make important judgment and decision to others according to nonverbal behaviors. So, the study of nonverbal communication and the effect on interpersonal communication has great practical significance.
Promoting University English Majors' Learner Autonomy in the Chinese Context
Haiyan Wang
Journal of Language Teaching and Research , 2011, DOI: 10.4304/jltr.2.2.408-412
Abstract: According to a survey conducted among some local colleges and universities, the author found that the current English teaching in Chinese colleges and universities is mostly “teacher-centered”. The “teacher-centered” teaching mode poses problems to students, especially to their learner autonomy. The students may see knowledge as something to be transmitted by the teacher rather than discovered by themselves. They, therefore, are less autonomous, more dependent on authority figure. It reduces the student from an autonomous learner, creative and critical thinker, as they should be, to a mechanical recipient of knowledge. Not only is this result at odds with our country’s educational goal, but it will hamper students’ improvement in the long run. There is saying that learner autonomy is not suitable to the Chinese context. This paper mainly discusses one question—Is it really true that learner autonomy is not suitable to the Chinese context and gives a negtive answer to this question from theoretical element and data analysis.
Conversational Implicature in English Listening Comprehension
Haiyan Wang
Journal of Language Teaching and Research , 2011, DOI: 10.4304/jltr.2.5.1162-1167
Abstract: Some English learners find it hard to understand a sentence when they are given a piece of listening material although they have a good master of vocabulary and grammatical rules. In order to improve the ability of listening comprehension, it’s necessary for English learners to introduce some basic Pragmatics theories. Grice’s Conversational Implicature Theory is one of the most important contents of Pragmatics. The theory focuses its attention on the phenomenon of conveying more than what is said. Therefore, the English listeners can and should master the theory of Grice’s Conversational Implicature, learn how to infer implicature to guide their learning and lead in such theories in listening comprehension. This thesis attempts to examin the relationship between them and state the roles played by the conversational implicature in listening comprehension.
Existence and nonexistence of positive solutions for quasilinear systems
Haiyan Wang
Boundary Value Problems , 2006, DOI: 10.1155/bvp/2006/71534
Abstract: The paper deals with the existence and nonexistence of positive solutions for a class of P-Laplacian systems. We investigate the effect of the size of the domain on the existence of positive solution for the problem in sublinear cases. We will use fixed point theorems in a cone.
Existence and nonexistence of positive solutions for quasilinear systems
Wang Haiyan
Boundary Value Problems , 2006,
Abstract: The paper deals with the existence and nonexistence of positive solutions for a class of -Laplacian systems. We investigate the effect of the size of the domain on the existence of positive solution for the problem in sublinear cases. We will use fixed point theorems in a cone.
Positive periodic solutions of singular systems of first order ordinary differential equations
Haiyan Wang
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: The existence and multiplicity of positive periodic solutions for first non-autonomous singular systems are established with superlinearity or sublinearity assumptions at infinity for an appropriately chosen parameter. The proof of our results is based on the Krasnoselskii fixed point theorem in a cone.
Spreading speeds and traveling waves for non-cooperative reaction-diffusion systems
Haiyan Wang
Mathematics , 2010, DOI: 10.1007/s00332-011-9099-9
Abstract: Much has been studied on the spreading speed and traveling wave solutions for cooperative reaction-diffusion systems. In this paper, we shall establish the spreading speed for a large class of non-cooperative reaction-diffusion systems and characterize the spreading speed as the slowest speed of a family of non-constant traveling wave solutions. As an application, our results are applied to a partially cooperative system describing interactions between ungulates and grass.
Convex Solutions of systems of Monge-Ampère equations
Haiyan Wang
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: The existence and multiplicity and nonexistence of nontrivial radial convex solutions of systems of Monge-Amp\`ere equations are established with superlinearity or sublinearity assumptions for an appropriately chosen parameter. The proof of the results is based on a fixed point theorem in a cone.
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