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Differenzierte Lesespurgeschichten Sachunterricht
Author: S. Blomann, M. Maier, S. Rook, J. Schlimok
ISBN: 3403078965
Pages: 72
Year: 2016-08-02
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Inventing Elliot
Author: Graham Gardner
ISBN: 3150197201
Pages: 265
Year: 2007
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Elliot, 14, wechselt Wohnort und Schule. An seiner alten Schule ist er brutal zusammengeschlagen worden, an der neuen tut er alles, um nicht aufzufallen, nicht wieder zum Opfer zu werden. Bald muss er allerdings erkennen, dass auch dort Demütigungen und Gewalt zum Alltag gehören. Schlimmer noch: Er erregt die Aufmerksamkeit der "guardians", der "Wächter", die im Hintergrund die Fäden ziehen. Was sie mit ihm vorhaben, wird erst allmählich klar.
Whales and Dolphins Coloring Book
Author: John Green
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486263061
Pages: 48
Year: 1990-01-01
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Dramatic, ready-to-color renderings of over 40 seagoing and freshwater mammals, including the bottlenose dolphin, Irrawaddy dolphin, Amazon dolphin, northern bottlenose whale, sperm whale, blue whale, killer whale, and astonishing ivory tusked narwhal. Full-color illustrations on covers. Fact-filled captions.
Fun with Knights Stencils
Author: Marty Noble
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486410048
Pages: 6
Year: 2000-02
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Six sturdy stencils depict gallant warriors on horseback, standing with their shields, wielding swords, and more. Perfect for enhancing a host of flat surfaces.
Telling Tales in English
Author: Megan James, Wendy Superfine
Publisher: Delta Publishing Company(IL)
ISBN: 1900783495
Pages: 83
Year: 2003
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For teachers of young children - stimulating activities that practice specific language and vocabulary, based around well-known stories.
Agent 21: Reloaded
Author: Chris Ryan
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1409026604
Pages: 352
Year: 2012-03-01
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Some authors just write about it. Chris Ryan has been there, done it, and lived to tell the tale. This is the second in the action-thriller Agent 21 series by the real-life SAS hero. In the year since Zak Darke was approached by a shadowy government agency to become Agent 21, his world has changed completely. But there is no time to reflect on this - the undercover operations go on. Zak is sent to a port in west Africa, a known terrorist stronghold, under the guise of working ona charity volunteer project. But charity work could not be further from Zak's real mission - he must sneak onboard an enemy ship, gather information - and then destroy it. Never has Zak's training been more useful: Trust nobody.
The Resourceful English Teacher
Author: Jonathan Chandler, Mark Stone
Publisher: First Person Publishing Limited
ISBN: 0953309819
Pages: 96
Year: 1999-01-01
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This text contains more than 200 classroom activities for teachers of English to use in a wide range of teaching situations.
Informational Environments
Author: Jürgen Buder, Friedrich W. Hesse
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 331964274X
Pages: 304
Year: 2017-10-13
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This book provides a multidisciplinary view into how individuals and groups interact with the information environments that surround them. The book discusses how informational environments shape our daily lives, and how digital technologies can improve the ways in which people make use of informational environments. It presents the research and outcomes of a seven-year multidisciplinary research initiative, the Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus Tübingen Informational Environments, jointly conducted by the Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien (IWM) and the Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen. Book chapters from leading international experts in psychology, education, computer science, sociology, and medicine provide a multi-layered and multidisciplinary view on how the interplay between individuals and their informational environments unfolds. Featured topics include: Managing obesity prevention using digital media. Using digital media to assess and promote school teacher competence. Informational environments and their effect on college student dropout. Web-Platforms for game-based learning of orthography and numeracy. How to design adaptive information environments to support self-regulated learning with multimedia. Informational Environments will be of interest to advanced undergraduate students, postgraduate students, researchers and practitioners in various fields of educational psychology, social psychology, education, computer science, communication science, sociology, and medicine.
The Rhetoric of Immediacy
Author: Bernard Faure
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691029636
Pages: 400
Year: 1994
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Exploring key concepts and metaphors, Bernard Faure guides readers to an appreciation of some of the more elusive aspects of the Chinese traditions of Chan Buddhism and Japanese Zen. Faure focuses on Chan's insistence on "immediacy"--its denial of all traditional meditations, including scripture, ritual, good works--and yet shows how these mediations have always been present in Chan.
Mining the Social Web
Author: Matthew A. Russell, Matthew Russell
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1449388345
Pages: 332
Year: 2011-01-21
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Provides information on data analysis from a vareity of social networking sites, including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Sociopathic Society
Author: Charles Derber
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317251725
Pages: 307
Year: 2015-11-17
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Charles Derber introduces and vividly explains the idea of a sociopathic society and why the idea has become necessary to understand today s world.Sociopathic society is rooted in governments and economies, not psychiatry. The book offers a new sociology of societies organized around antisocial values, which ultimately lead to societal and planetary self-destruction. Most of the sociopathic behaviors are perfectly legal and are perpetrated by governments, financial institutions, and corporate capitalism.Focusing on the United States, Derber connects the dots of Wall Street meltdown, guns and murder, uninhibited greed, the 1% and the 99%, a new crisis of unemployable surplus people, Hurricane Sandy and global warming, cheating scandals, and more including the war on democracy itself.Although the book brings together a breathtaking set of stories of a system run wild, it also offers hope, showing pathways for confronting and avoiding the many ways a society can commit sociocide. FEATURES OF THE BOOK"
A Farewell to Ice
Author: P. Wadhams
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190691158
Pages: 240
Year: 2017
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Ice, the magic crystal -- A brief history of ice on planet Earth -- The modern cycle of ice ages -- The greenhouse effect -- Sea ice meltback begins -- The future of Arctic sea ice the death spiral -- The accelerating effects of Arctic feedbacks -- Arctic methane, a catastrophe in the making -- Strange weather -- The secret life of chimneys -- What's happening to the Antarctic? -- The state of the planet -- A call to arms
Ephemeral City
Author: Rosa Salzberg
ISBN: 1784993441
Pages: 199
Year: 2016
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Ephemeral city explores the rapid rise of cheap print and how it permeated Venetian urban culture in the Renaissance. It offers the first view of one of the city's most productive and creative industries from the bottom up and a new and unexpected vision of Renaissance culture, characterised by the fluid mobility and dynamic intermingling of texts, ideas, goods and people. Closely intertwined with oral culture and often peddled in the streets, cheap printed texts helped to open up new audiences for literature, providing information and entertainment to a diverse public and transforming the city into an epicentre of vernacular literature and performance. Examining the ways in which the production and dissemination of cheap print infiltrated Venice's urban environment and changed the course of its cultural life, the book also traces how local authorities responded by escalating censorship and control over the course of the sixteenth century. Ephemeral city will be of interest to scholars and students of early modern European and Italian Renaissance culture and society and the history of the book and communication.
The Dialogue Between Sciences, Philosophy and Engineering
Author: Raffaele Pisano, Michel Fichant, Paolo Bussotti
ISBN: 1848902271
Pages: 438
Year: 2017-09-14
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Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz (1646-1716) has a prominent worldwide place in the history of scientific thought, from mathematics, logic, and physics to astronomy and engineering. In 2016, both his birth and death have been commemorated. Given the influence by Leibniz on Western sciences and philosophies and his polyhedric scientific activities, this special book chooses to focus on Leibniz's scientific works. In particular, we explore Leibniz's intellectual matrix and heritage within interdisciplinary fields, and present contributions from leading experts on the subject. The book offers much-needed insights into the subject from scientific, historical, philosophical and nature of science perspectives. It also provides authoritative introductions to scholarly contributions, which are often dispersed in journals and books not easily accessible to every reader. Therefore, this volume also contains excellent chapters on topics which, generally speaking, have their place in any rounded science, history or philosophy topic. It provides an absorbing and significant read for historians, philosophers and scientists alike. Editors Raffaele Pisano is full professor at the Lille University, France. Michel Fichant is Emeritus professor at the Sorbonne University, France. Paolo Bussotti is senior lecturer-researcher at the Udine University, Italy. Agamenon R. E. Oliveira is full professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Foreword Eberhard Knobloch is Emeritus professor at the Berlin University of Technology, Germany.
Essentials of Soil Science
Author: Winfried E. H. Blum, Peter Schad, Stephen Nortcliff
ISBN: 1486308910
Pages: 171
Year: 2017-12
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This book is an introduction to soil science and describes the development of soils, their characteristics and material composition, and their functions in terrestrial and aquatic environments. Soil functions include the delivery of goods and services for human society, such as food, clean water, and the maintenance of biodiversity. This concise yet comprehensive text is supplemented throughout with colour illustrations, diagrams, and tables. It is ideal reading for all those looking to understand soils, their functions, their importance in terrestrial and aquatic environments, and their contribution to the development of human society. It will provide a valuable resource for teachers, practitioners, and students of soil science, agriculture, farming, forestry, gardening, terrestrial and aquatic ecology, and environmental engineering.