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Children like it simple, powerful and compelling, don´t they? The ´´spirit´´ of this audiobook makes leadership lessons for kids simple and powerful, yet compelling. This ´´treasure trove´´ of stories from African proverbs is filled with compelling leadership lessons for children all over the world. This audiobook is written for children in every nation whose little minds are curious, who love to explore new and different worlds and who love to listen to stories. Inspiring Kidz Leadership Lessons from African Proverbs contains the proverb, the story, the lesson, and the country. Proverbs and sayings are found in almost every culture in the world and so not only will children respond to its meaning but adults will find it enriching. In this children´s leadership audiobook, the sayings of African proverbs form the basis of the leadership lesson. Your child will glean lifelong leadership nuggets and lessons from it. Stories are like magic, taking us everywhere: backwards, forwards or happening right in the present time, transporting us to many places and situations we might never go. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ted Albert. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/009351/bk_acx0_009351_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Discover the life lessons from Barack Obama that can transform your life! Barack Obama is one of the most fascinating figures of our history, for a wide variety of reasons; an exemplary leader who stood out despite his race and color to become the first black man to rule America. In his book, Dreams from my Father, he narrated his life´s history and how he journeyed life right from his tender age, his law career, and his marriage. Going through Obama´s life, there are many lessons to learn. This book itemizes 10 life lessons to learn from Barack Obama. If these lessons could be employed in your daily living, you would be a better person and soar higher. This short book aims at helping those interested in the subject to appreciate a few of the many lessons that Obama´s life has to offer. It begins with a brief overview of the great man´s life story, ranging from the often challenging circumstances of his birth and early life to the height of his power. Whether you voted for Barack Obama or not, it is hard to ignore the skill and passion with which he delivers his message; he possesses the ability to communicate powerfully and effectively. With a polished speaking style, a command of eloquent and uplifting rhetoric, the ability to inspire the enthusiasm of young voters, and the sophisticated use of the Internet as a campaign tool, Obama was very much a 21st-century candidate. So are you ready to learn from the Barack Obama´s life? Are you interested in learning about life and leadership? Find all this and more in this fascinating book. Here is a preview of what you will learn: There Is No Barrier Stopping Your Way to Success Strategy to Terminate Crisis Leading with Transparency and Accountability Engaging the Right People to Achieve the Best Result Be a Man of Vision Be Proactive, Be Collaborative and Manage Yourself 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mandy La Voz. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/055335/bk_acx0_055335_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Mark Mathabane touched the hearts of millions with his sensational memoir, Kaffir Boy,. A book highly-praised by Oprah and President Clinton for inspiring hope, Kaffir Boy described the effects of South Africa´s system of legalized racism and oppression on black lives in vivid prose. The book won the prestigious Christopher Award, was a finalist for the Robert F. Kennedy award, rose to #3 on The New York Times bestsellers list, and to #1 on the Washington Post list. It is required reading in schools across the country. In his latest book The Language of Ubuntu, Mathabane uses his experiences with race in both South Africa and in America, where he has lived for the past thirty-seven years, to provide a fresh, timely, and provocative approach to the search for solutions to this country´s number one and most intractable social problem. Mathabane argues that the reason many Americans are turned off by the current divisive racial dialogue is because the discussion has mostly been about the politics of race and avoids the elephant in the room - - what each of us can do to become agents for racial healing. His solution is for people to learn to speak the language of Ubuntu, a Zulu word for common humanity. Mathabane shows how Nelson Mandela used such language to rally blacks and whites to abolish apartheid peacefully; and how Dr. King did the same thing for African Americans during the Civil Rights Movement in the battle to eradicate Jim Crow. With race dominating the news during the 2016 Presidential election, in the wake of the killing of black men by the police, and growing protests on college and university campuses, Mathabane challenges both blacks and whites to use the language of Ubuntu to overcome the stereotypes, half-truths, misconceptions, and mistaken beliefs they have of each other so they can connect as human beings to achieve racial healing. Without this human connection, Mathabane argues, the racial divi 1. Language: English. Narrator: JD Jackson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/009806/bk_brll_009806_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Mathlo the Meerkat had very good eyes. His friends called him Matt for short. Matt could spot danger from far away. Some said he was the best guard in the whole clan. Therefore, he was given a lot of guard duties. He never fell asleep on duty. He never left his post. He was an excellent guard. Matt knew he wasn´t supposed to leave his guard duty that day. But his replacement never showed and as the sun began to dip down, his impatience got the better of him. He got tired of waiting and decided to leave his guard post. Almost all of the meerkats had already returned to the burrow. He figured it wasn´t that big a deal. Six fun and interesting stories with lessons on: Respect Diversity Patience Kindness Honesty Forgiveness Teamwork Karma for Kids Books We once knew a beautiful Labrador retriever named Karma. Yes, Karma is a retriever. Whatever we threw out, Karma was happy to bring it back. It didn´t matter what it was, she always brought it back. It´s the same in life. Whatever we send out, is what we will get back. Our Karma for Kids books hope to instill this simple law of the universe into the lives of young children everywhere. Life can be amazing! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephanie Quinn. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/080679/bk_acx0_080679_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Informationen zur Titelgruppe: Lousiana, 1948. Der junge Schwarze Jefferson wird unschuldig zum Tode verurteilt. Seine Tante überredet den Lehrer Grant Wiggins, Jefferson im Gefängnis zu besuchen. Er soll ihn trotz seiner aussichtslosen Situation Selbstachtung und Würde lehren. Doch Wiggins hat die Hoffnung angesichts des rassistischen Umfelds längst aufgegeben. Abiturthemen: National Identity and Diversity; African Americans; Crime and Punishment und Culture Wars - Tearing apart the US Informationen zur Reihenausgabe: Lesen macht Spaß - umso mehr mit Lektüren, die Ihre Schüler/-innen auch allein zu Hause bewältigen können. Mit diesem Literaturangebot ist das problemlos möglich. Die ungekürzten Originaltexte eignen sich für die Jahrgangsstufen 10 bis 13 und enthalten Annotationen zu schwierigen Wörtern. Zu jedem Band gibt es eine Handreichung bzw. ein englischsprachiges Teacher´s Manual mit Kopiervorlagen, Klausurvorschlägen und zum Teil Audio-CDs. Interpretationshilfen als Zusatzangebot für Schüler/-innen Zu einigen Lektüren der Cornelsen Senior English Library gibt es ergänzende Interpretationshilfen mit wichtigen Informationen zum Werk, Kurzbiographien der Autoren, Wortschatzhilfen und Auflistungen zentraler Zitate sowie einer Musterklausur.
The role of the Pan African Parliament in African regionalism::Institutional perspectives and lessons for Africa Ogochukwu Nzewi