Chats With Music Students:Or Talks About Music and Music Life (Classic Reprint) Thomas Tapper
Chats to ´Cello Students (Classic Reprint): Arthur Broadley
Chats To Violin Students In How To Study The Violin: J. T. Carrodus
Chats with Music Students; or, Talks About Music and Music Life: Thomas Tapper
Chats to Violin Students on How to Study the Violin (Classic Reprint): J. T. Carrodus
A Student Grammar of German is an invaluable reference guide for undergraduates and other intermediate and advanced students. Written with the needs of the learner very much in mind, it sets out the grammar of the language in a clear and jargon-free way. Each chapter starts with an overview of the main grammatical terminology and concepts; these terms are also cross-referenced in the glossary at the end of the book. To provide a visual guide through each chapter, the main points in each section are highlighted, and tables summarise important patterns. ´Tip´ boxes, which help the student to master particular points, are scattered through the text. Every point has numerous illustrative examples, each with its translation, carefully chosen from a wide range of printed and electronic media - books, newspapers, magazines, film and chat-rooms - to reflect contemporary usage across a range of registers.
Linda is shy and avoids getting involved at school. But when her high school sets up online chat rooms, she can´t resist the urge to visit them. Fueled by interest in a student with the nickname Cyrano, Linda participates in online conversations using the nickname Roxane and gains a reputation as the queen of one-liners. Soon, Linda starts receiving gifts from a secret admirer who signs his gifts, ´´C´´. She is certain that her life has taken a turn for the better until ´´C´´ reveals his true identity. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Iambic Productions. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/106272/bk_acx0_106272_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Student´s and teacher´s attitudes towards the use of CMC:Using CMC tools in class to improve speaking skill and student´s and teacher´s attitudes towards using voice & text chat Muzeyyen Aykac Erdogan
If you were to guess where and in what era the most effective classroom of all eternity was, what would you say? Would you say Plato´s forums in Athens, or perhaps Albert Einstein´s lecture halls in Switzerland? The most effective classroom of all eternity is in fact right here, in the 21st century. It can be found right on your own laptop, in the comfort of your own home. The most effective classroom of all eternity is none other than Google Hangouts. Google Hangouts allows students to learn and educators to teach from remote locations, eliminating many issues that come with teaching in a traditional classroom, all while increasing quality of learning. Students are allowed to be interactive on forums, and teachers don´t have to waste time traveling to different locations. This makes great teachers accessible to a wider range of learners. In this guide, Kozak explains how best to utilize Google Hangouts in your own classroom. He has a unique take on strategies for teachers that will help make your virtual classroom a supersonic powerhouse that far exceeds a traditional classroom and will keep your students engaged. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Brenna Hines. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/097598/bk_acx0_097598_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Die beliebte Studentin Laura genießt das College-Leben, das sie gern auch mit ihren über 800 Freunden auf Facebook teilt. Aber als sie eines Tages die mysteriöse Freundschaftsanfrage der Außenseiterin Marina annimmt, gerät sie in den Bann eines schrecklichen Fluchs: Lauras engste Freunde sterben auf grausame Weise. Ihr selbst bleiben nur wenige Tage Zeit, um das Rätsel des geheimnisvollen Mädchens und ihres Facebookprofils zu lösen und den tödlichen Bann zu brechen.