Erscheinungsdatum: 05.05.2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: A Model Superintendent - A Sketch of the Life, Character, and Methods of Work of Henry P. Haven, of the International Lesson Committee, Autor: Trumbull, Henry Clay, Verlag: Wolfenden Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY // General, Rubrik: Belletristik // Biographien, Erinnerungen, Seiten: 196, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 254 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Martin Luther (1483-1546) contributed so much to the development of Western civilization that it is not overstatement to declare that he changed the world as he set the Protestant Reformation in motion 500 years ago. In this brief sketch, you will learn about the exciting historical facts and fascinating events surrounding this Reformer's influential life. Luther's story provides an object lesson of faith, grace, and the forgiveness that can be found only in Jesus Christ. 1. Language: English. Narrator: George W. Sarris. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hove/002153/bk_hove_002153_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Winner of the Writers Guild Award for Best Radio Comedy and the Comedy.co.uk awards for Best Radio Sketch Show! Celia Imrie, Alison Steadman, John Bird and Rebecca Front are among the cast of these BBC Radio 4 comedy dramas from the writer and producers of Cabin Pressure. These six self-contained duologues, each one brimming with humour and charm, come from the pen of John Finnemore, author and star of the award-winning John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme. 'A Flock of Tigers'. 1934. Edmund and Dolorosa are sharing a train carriage - and embarking on an unexpected adventure. Starring Charles Edwards and Celia Imrie. 'Wysinnwyg'. In the Sales Support Department of Willard & Son, new girl Kerry meets Adele. Starring Alison Steadman and Isy Suttie. 'Red-Handed'. Arriving home early, Joel is surprised by an unexpected visitor named Henry. Starring John Bird and Lawry Lewin. 'The Goliath Window'. It is 1820, and Mark and Luke have arranged an appointment in the vestry of St Anne's Church, Mayton Chennett. Starring Simon Kane and John Finnemore. 'English for Pony-Lovers'. In a German guest house, Elke is waiting to receive an English lesson from Lorna. Starring Rebecca Front and Beth Mullen. 'Hot Desk'. A receptionist and a security guard meet every day at 7am and 7pm to hand over a desk. Starring Matthew Baynton and Jenny Bede. With a star cast, memorable characters, witty dialogue and beautifully crafted plots, these heart-warming plays are an utter joy. Duration: 3 hours approx 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alison Steadman, Celia Imrie, full cast. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rhuk/002299/bk_rhuk_002299_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,0, University of Duisburg-Essen (Anglophone Studien), language: English, abstract: According to Ellis, learning a language means making use of the language (in Rüschoff/Wolff: 1999, 54). This not only implies the claim of free, spontaneous communication but also of dealing with and of experiencing the target language as such. The claim of experiencing the target language in the language classroom, leads to a growing interest in the quality of the materials used. According to Wolff (1998), any kind of learning - no matter whether verbal or non-verbal - has to be embedded in a rich learning environment that has not been reduced concerning its complexity. Authenticity is thus one of the main criteria in order to evaluate the quality of materials. This criterion applies to all materials - such as literature - that have not been changed for the purpose of teaching and learning, of course. In this thesis, however, using authentic video in the language classroom will be considered and analysed according to its didactic benefits. Integrating video in the language classroom does not necessarily mean having to watch and to analyse a whole film of ninety minutes. Thanks to Web 2.0 applications such as YouTube, the accessibility of short video clips, advertisements or film excerpts has become very simple. Because of the growing popularity of this webpage and of integrating Web 2.0 applications in the learning environments in general, my entire analysis will relate to videos taken from YouTube. This thesis aims to provide both a theoretical (part I) and a practical investigation (part II) of the topic: in order to create a framework for analysis, I will first of all give a short overview of the didactic benefits of integrating authentic video in the language classroom in general. This survey is followed by a short description of the basic ideas of YouTube - such as free accessibility or the possibility to contribute -, in order to work out the advantages these YouTube-specific features additionally offer. The practical part (part II) aims to put theory into practice: I will describe and analyse a lesson that was originally planned for and executed in several tutorials for first semester EFL students. Although YouTube was part of a language course at university, this lesson could as well be adapted for the Oberstufe and is hence an appropriate example within the context of this topic. In the lesson the sketch served as an introduction to the topic Phonetics & Phonology. The thesis closes with a summary of the main conclusions of part I and II.
Lesson Plan from the year 2012 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,0, University of Vienna (Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik), course: Literature and ELT (Fachdidaktik-Kurs), language: English, abstract: Bei dieser Arbeit für den Fachdidaktik-Kurs 'Literature and ELT' handelt es sich um eine Didaktiksierung des Abenteuerromans 'Holes' von Louis Sachar (ab 4./5. Lernjahr) mit einigen aussergewöhnlichen Ideen zu Übungen/Aktivitäten rund um 'Holes' (Dauer ca. 4 St.), welche auch auf andere literarische Werke angewandt werden können (creating wanted posters, telephone conversations with the author, ...). Inhalt: Introduction: Why teach literature (or Literature?) in ELT; Choice of text; Work plan for four lessons; Conclusion; Bibliography; Appendix/Work sheets: 'dig it', character sketch, 'mad lib', discuss-decide-survive, filling in the holes: questions, create your own 'wanted poster', reading log. Auszug: Choice of text We shouldn't teach great books; we should teach a love of reading. (B. F. Skinner) I have chosen the novel Holes by Louis Sachar with the quotation above in mind: even though it might not be classified as one of the 'great books', i.e. of '(high) Literature', it is definitely one of those books that can serve to 'teach a love of reading'. Holes is the exciting story of Stanley Yelnats (mind the palindrome!), an overweight boy who is unjustly sent to Camp Green Lake, a boys' juvenile detention centre. Stanley knows that this is due to a curse on his 'no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather', who did not fulfil a promise he had made to Madame Zeroni. At the camp, Stanley and six other boys are forced to dig holes every day in order to pay their debt to society. However, Stanley soon finds out that there is more than 'character building' going on [...]. The novel and its main themes (friendship, racism, justice, fate, etc.) can be exploited in many appealing ways for classroom reading. [...] In the open learning sequence I have prepared, two basic approaches to reading a book in class are incorporated. First, there is the 'classical' approach with its well-established, successful activities, whereby the focus of assessment is (as is usual on an upper-secondary level) on both language and content. On the other hand, the activities on the second work sheet focus on the themes dealt with in the book. Since friendship, bullying, racism, etc. are issues in (nearly) every teenager's life, it can be motivating for the students to deal with these topics from a personal point of view, in a creative way. The activities on both work sheets are designed in a way that allows the students to plan which tasks to do when themselves.
Eerie Silence is a revelatory, jolting exploration into the ramifications of justice inaction in America and beyond and how silence has destructively contributed to issues related to race, racism, education, theology, and racial identity development. The compiled scholarship and research contained within the Eerie Silence project is provoking, risky, confrontational, validating, challenging, feisty, and emotionally and intellectually vulnerable. It is a must read for every person seeking a better grasp of the historically interlocked elements of race, racism, religion, theology, authentic Christianity, and racial identity development, especially as it relates to America and its influence. Erie Silence is an amazing book! Dr. Saheli has carefully deconstructed not only biblical narratives but also global history like an artist. With every stroke of his brush, he has created a multi-layered and complete work that has direct applications in many fields and disciplines... -Jennifer Tosch, Founder, Black Heritage Tours in NY State & Amsterdam, Netherlands Member, Mapping Slavery Project Netherlands Well-researched, superbly argued, and profoundly written, Eerie Silence is all at once a history lesson, critical social commentary, autobiographical sketch, sermon, and call to action to end the silence on race/racism. Saheli does a masterful job of intersecting several areas that share the stamp of racism and injustice in common. This is a powerful read for those who are in need for a deep, thoughtful, provocative, intellectual, and empowering learning experience about race in the United States. -Sharroky Hollie, PhD Executive Director, Center for Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning This is a wine that will not last long in the wineskins of traditionalism, conservatism, anti-ism, self-righteousness, and isolated fellowship with link minded others, it is a call to ministry to break down the middle wall of racial partition in the church and society in order that generations of women, men, and young people might go unencumbered in their full potential and development. -James L. Taylor, PhD, Professor of Politics San Francisco, California
Develop your character drawing skills with the fun and easy step-by-step guides in Draw 62 Magical Creatures and Make Them Cute. Popular illustrator and Instagrammer Heegyum Kim takes you on a magical journey to expand your creativity as she shows you how to draw a number of creatures, each starting with basic shapes and lines. Once you&#8217;re comfortable with a design, try one of several variations to make it cute&#8212;change the expression, sketch a new pose or activity, or add special features. Turn Bigfoot into a sleepy beast, and make Nessie a sassy monster. Every lesson includes room for you to create your own fantastic version of each creature. Have tons of fun drawing gremlins, gargoyles, hobgoblins, unicorns, hippogriffs, leprechauns, werewolves, elves, and more&#8212;you will be inspired by all of the fascinating creatures in this collection. With Draw 62 Magical Creatures and Make Them Cute you&#8217;ll also: Get ideas for adding details to characters, such as feathers, wings, scales, and clothing. Discover ways to make characters come to life with an array of expressions and gestures. Be able to experiment with different drawing tools. Open the book to any page and get started&#8212;it&#8217;s as easy as that! Fresh, modern, and unexpected, you won't find a more enjoyable way to practice your illustration skills and expand your imagination.