This monograph analyses the impact of a teacher’s interaction style on the educational results of pupils at the first stage of primary school, through research on the basis of a theoretical starting point of the issue. The theoretical part of the work draws attention to the interaction style of the teacher, gives a comprehensive view on the fundamental factors of the educational process, as well as on the school environment, in which the upbringing and the education of children takes place. The practical part of the work presents the research carried out at the 1st stage of primary schools, in the Žilina and Trenčín regions. The obtained results correspond to the effectiveness of teaching in the 4th year of the selected primary schools, and point to the possible participation of active learning on the pupils’ educational results. It also serves to create a vivid picture about the interaction styles applied by teachers, reflecting in the effectiveness of teaching and the subsequent comparison of schools in villages and in towns. Excerpted from the Forward
Thomas Gray: poetry and poetic identity
Author: Luisa Camaiora
Publisher: EDUCatt - Ente per il diritto allo studio universitario dell'Università Cattolica
Author: Fulvio Tomizza, Russell Scott Valentino
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
Francesco Koslovic--even his name straddles two cultures. And during the spring of 1955, in the village of Materada on the Istrian Peninsula, his two worlds are coming apart. Materada, the first volume of Fulvio Tomizza's celebrated Istrian Trilogy, depicts the Istrian exodus of the hundreds of thousands who had once thrived in a rich ethnic mixture of Italians and Slavs. Complicating Koslovic's own departure is his attempt to keep the land that he and his brother have worked all their lives. A picture of a disappearing way of life, a tale of feud and displacement, and imbued with the tastes, tales, and songs of his native Istria, Koslovic's story is a testament to the intertwined ethnic roots of Balkan history.
Fearless and effortlessly suave, Tyler Cross proves crime does pay in the thrills of living life on the edge. No man is an island - except for Tyler Cross. A criminal for hire, he's the best at what he does, whether he's trafficking drugs or spraying bullets in a shoot-out - everyone'll pay big bucks for Tyler. Follow his embroilment with drugs, women and gangsters in a violent adventure that he may not survive.
Author: Helen Docherty
Publisher: Alison Green Books
Yawnalot is a sleepy old town until Abracazebra rides in on her bicycle. Suddenly, all the animals flock to see her incredible magic show - all except Goat, who is grumpy and jealous of her. But in the end, even Goat is won over and realises that everybody needs a little magic. A wonderfully original new picture book about the importance of celebrating diversity, by the internationally award-winning creators of THE SNATCHABOOK (ISBN:9781407116549).
A Vision of Yemen
Author: Ḥasan ibn Muḥammad ibn ʻAlī ibn ʻAbd Allāh Āl Thānī, Nicole de Pontcharra
Publisher: Skira - Berenice
A socially committed Arab photographer, Sheikh Hassan Al Thani is a tireless explorer of the history of southern Arabia. He does not see Yemen through the eyes of a naïve tourist, but as an artist seeking to capture its emotional charge. A curious observer who is well acquainted with his subject, he photographs the footprints of this civilisation of writing, the roads of incense and coffee, the columns of the temple of the Queen of Sheba, the ruins of the Mocha tower, oases, arid expanses, and palm trees, all while pondering the countrys future.
479th Fighter Group
Author: John Stanaway
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Formed in October 1943, the 479th FG claimed an impressive history against the Luftwaffe during the final year of the war. Originally flying P-38s, the 479th's pilots had a fierce pride of arms. They earned a Presidential Distinguished Unit Citation in the late summer of 1944 and were also credited with the USAAF's first German jet kill in July 1944. Eventually transitioning to the P-51D in September 1944, the 479th excelled with the Mustang. The 479th FG was credited with scoring the last aerial victory claimed by the Eighth Air Force's VIII Fighter Command, on 25 April 1945. By VE-Day, 29 pilots flying in the group had earned "aceÂ?? status.
It is Difficult
Author: Alfredo Jaar
This important retrospective of Alfredo Jaar's work brings together projects from 1986 - 1996.
Bad Jack Fox
Author: Russell Punter
Publisher: Usborne Books
The books in the 'Usborne Very First Reading' series are designed for a child to read together with an adult, with the child taking a greater share of the story in each book to achieve confident, independent reading.
The reuse of buildings and building materials from Roman antiquities into Christian Rome architecture, illustrated in cornices, pavement mosaics, columns and buildings.
Denne enhed spillede også en rolle ved attentatet på Hitler den 20. juli 1944. Panserkorps "Grossdeutschland" fik navn efter de ovennævnte stamenheder. Korpset blev oprettet omkring årsskiftet 1944/45 og foruden Panzergrenadier - Division Grossdeutschland indgik tillige infanteridivisionerne Brandenburg og Kurmark i korpset.