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Teshome:Teacher-Initiated Learner Self-
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Erscheinungsdatum: 06.11.2013, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Teacher-Initiated Learner Self-Correction Strategy of Academic Writing, Titelzusatz: Wollega University in Focus, Autor: Teshome, Getachew // Matheos, Maryam, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Geisteswissenschaften allgemein, Seiten: 100, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 165 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Stand: 26.01.2021
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Joseph Smith the Prophet-Teacher: A Discourse ,...
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A discourse given by Elder B. H. Roberts at the tabernacle in Salt Lake City on Sunday, December 22, 1907, at a memorial service in honor of the 102nd anniversary of Joseph Smith's birth. This powerful discourse treats not the events of Joseph's life but his fulfillment of the role of master teacher. His correction of sectarian doctrine, doctrinal teachings, and role as prophet of the restoration are all examined and reinforced, leaving the listener with an even greater testimony of the seer chosen to restore Christ's church in the latter days. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dave Croft. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/099443/bk_acx0_099443_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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House of Correction
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Named a New York Times Best Book to Give! "This house of correction is booby-trapped with twists, the floors paved with trapdoors, quicksand churning in the garden. Enter if you dare.” -A.J. Finn, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Woman in the Window "Full of unexpected turns . . . Immensely satisfying.” - The New York Times Book Review In this heart-pounding standalone thriller from bestselling author Nicci French, a woman accused of murder attempts to solve her own case from the confines of prison—but as she unravels the truth, everything is called into question, including her own certainty that she is innocent. Tabitha is not a murderer. When a body is discovered in Okeham, England, Tabitha is shocked to find herself being placed in handcuffs. It must be a mistake. She'd only recently moved back to her childhood hometown, not even getting a chance to reacquaint herself with the neighbors. How could she possibly be a murder suspect? She knows she's not. As Tabitha is shepherded through the system, her entire life is picked apart and scrutinized —her history of depression and medications, her decision to move back to a town she supposedly hated . . . and of course, her past relationship with the victim, her former teacher. But most unsettling, Tabitha's own memories of that day are a complete blur. She thinks she's not. From the isolation of the correctional facility, Tabitha dissects every piece of evidence, every testimony she can get her hands on, matching them against her own recollections. But as dark, long-buried memories from her childhood come to light, Tabatha begins to question if she knows what kind of person she is after all. The world is convinced she's a killer. Tabatha needs to prove them all wrong. But what if she's only lying to herself?

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Stand: 26.01.2021
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House of Correction
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Named a New York Times Best Book to Give! "This house of correction is booby-trapped with twists, the floors paved with trapdoors, quicksand churning in the garden. Enter if you dare.” -A.J. Finn, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Woman in the Window "Full of unexpected turns . . . Immensely satisfying.” - The New York Times Book Review In this heart-pounding standalone thriller from bestselling author Nicci French, a woman accused of murder attempts to solve her own case from the confines of prison—but as she unravels the truth, everything is called into question, including her own certainty that she is innocent. Tabitha is not a murderer. When a body is discovered in Okeham, England, Tabitha is shocked to find herself being placed in handcuffs. It must be a mistake. She'd only recently moved back to her childhood hometown, not even getting a chance to reacquaint herself with the neighbors. How could she possibly be a murder suspect? She knows she's not. As Tabitha is shepherded through the system, her entire life is picked apart and scrutinized —her history of depression and medications, her decision to move back to a town she supposedly hated . . . and of course, her past relationship with the victim, her former teacher. But most unsettling, Tabitha's own memories of that day are a complete blur. She thinks she's not. From the isolation of the correctional facility, Tabitha dissects every piece of evidence, every testimony she can get her hands on, matching them against her own recollections. But as dark, long-buried memories from her childhood come to light, Tabatha begins to question if she knows what kind of person she is after all. The world is convinced she's a killer. Tabatha needs to prove them all wrong. But what if she's only lying to herself?

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Stand: 26.01.2021
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The Apostle Jude's Tripod: A Survey of the Man,...
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The apostle Jude's little letter can easily be read within five minutes, yet it spans eternity past and future, history and prophecy, blessing and judgment, past revelation and fresh revelation, things known and not known, heaven's glory and hell's grief. And, like all Scripture, it has a God-given relevance for us in the present day: * for reproof - showing when we are off track * for correction - helping us to get back on track * for instruction - enabling us to keep on track. As Jude wrote his little book, it's as if he did so with the mindset of a surveyor, scanning the worrying spiritual landscape in front of him - 19 times in his short letter, Jude moves his surveyor's 'tripod' of threes to drive his point home. In addition to exploring each of these, Bible teacher Andy McIlree unpacks each verse across seven key themes of Salutation, Salvation, Contention, Condemnation, Revelation, Benediction and Doxology. This is a very enlightening and practical study of a little understood, under-appreciated and often forgotten part of our New Testament. "There is inescapable evidence, and no room for doubt, that a great work of God was done in the hearts of Mary and Joseph's four sons - James, Joses, Simon, and Judas - during the forty days between Calvary and being included in the one hundred and twenty who gathered in Acts 1:14-15 to wait for the coming of the Holy Spirit. How and when the change took place, we don't know, but change they most certainly did. Perhaps, somewhere in the darkness of Calvary's cross, they felt their own darkness; perhaps, during the earthquake, they also were shaken; and perhaps, when the tombs were opened, they began to sense their own spiritual awakening. What we do know is that the Lord Jesus Christ was seen after His resurrection "by Cephas, then by the twelve. After that He was seen by over five hundred brethren at once" and "After that He was seen by James, then by all the apostles." The exalted Christ had come into their lives in a wonderful fulfilment of the ark's covenant blessing. There was no familiarity in his opening remark. He could easily have said, "Jude, a brother of Jesus Christ and bondservant with James," but, like James in his letter, he owned the Lordship of the One they formerly spoke against and their transformation as servants of the King. James called Him "our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory"21 - or, more accurately by removing the words in italics, "our Lord Jesus Christ of the glory." By saying this, James was not only convinced of the glory of the place from which his Saviour had come, and to which He had returned, he was thinking of the glory of the Person and of how that glory should radiate through "the faith" that we hold. It was this that Jude made his aim by describing his servanthood with the Greek word doulos … the Spirit of God attached the word doulos to Jude to speak of one who is tied to the task like a slave and not loosed without his master's permission."

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Stand: 26.01.2021
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The Apostle Jude's Tripod: A Survey of the Man,...
1,99 € *
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The apostle Jude's little letter can easily be read within five minutes, yet it spans eternity past and future, history and prophecy, blessing and judgment, past revelation and fresh revelation, things known and not known, heaven's glory and hell's grief. And, like all Scripture, it has a God-given relevance for us in the present day: * for reproof - showing when we are off track * for correction - helping us to get back on track * for instruction - enabling us to keep on track. As Jude wrote his little book, it's as if he did so with the mindset of a surveyor, scanning the worrying spiritual landscape in front of him - 19 times in his short letter, Jude moves his surveyor's 'tripod' of threes to drive his point home. In addition to exploring each of these, Bible teacher Andy McIlree unpacks each verse across seven key themes of Salutation, Salvation, Contention, Condemnation, Revelation, Benediction and Doxology. This is a very enlightening and practical study of a little understood, under-appreciated and often forgotten part of our New Testament. "There is inescapable evidence, and no room for doubt, that a great work of God was done in the hearts of Mary and Joseph's four sons - James, Joses, Simon, and Judas - during the forty days between Calvary and being included in the one hundred and twenty who gathered in Acts 1:14-15 to wait for the coming of the Holy Spirit. How and when the change took place, we don't know, but change they most certainly did. Perhaps, somewhere in the darkness of Calvary's cross, they felt their own darkness; perhaps, during the earthquake, they also were shaken; and perhaps, when the tombs were opened, they began to sense their own spiritual awakening. What we do know is that the Lord Jesus Christ was seen after His resurrection "by Cephas, then by the twelve. After that He was seen by over five hundred brethren at once" and "After that He was seen by James, then by all the apostles." The exalted Christ had come into their lives in a wonderful fulfilment of the ark's covenant blessing. There was no familiarity in his opening remark. He could easily have said, "Jude, a brother of Jesus Christ and bondservant with James," but, like James in his letter, he owned the Lordship of the One they formerly spoke against and their transformation as servants of the King. James called Him "our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory"21 - or, more accurately by removing the words in italics, "our Lord Jesus Christ of the glory." By saying this, James was not only convinced of the glory of the place from which his Saviour had come, and to which He had returned, he was thinking of the glory of the Person and of how that glory should radiate through "the faith" that we hold. It was this that Jude made his aim by describing his servanthood with the Greek word doulos … the Spirit of God attached the word doulos to Jude to speak of one who is tied to the task like a slave and not loosed without his master's permission."

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Stand: 26.01.2021
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The Distinguished for EFL Learners
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This book contains five research conducted by the author either as a teacher or as a student at Hebron University and schools. It has five units. In unit one, one can find the effects of immediate grammatical error correction on students. In unit two, readers find the commonest phonological errors made by Arabs when they produce English. In unit three, there is an essay about the importance of teaching grammar in the Arab world. In unit four, there is an essay about developing writing through reading, and in unit five, I have written a classroom observation in an English language class.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 26.01.2021
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Teacher-Initiated Learner Self-Correction Strat...
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There are some research pieces conducted on writing and feedback provision techniques.Some are largely concerned with peer and teacher-correction strategies.However,in the face of current learner-centered methodology, little research work has been done on learner self-correction strategies. This research work is, therefore, designed to give language students the opportunity to teach and train themselves to be good writers in particular and effective learners in general.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 26.01.2021
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Teachers' Beliefs and Practices
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This book is an exploration of the relationship between one teacher s beliefs about teaching English as a second language and her classroom practice. It shows how the teacher s beliefs play out in the classroom setting. It highlights the teacher s beliefs about language, language teaching and learning, use of mother tongue, errors and error correction. It further uncovers the other factors like school policy, working experience and personal learning experiences which also impact practice. It concludes by maintaining that teaching is an extremely complex activity and it is not always possible to link belief to practice. It is, nevertheless, vital to study the teachers beliefs as any professional development activities teachers engage in must consider the teachers beliefs as teachers always view new learning through their own belief lens. Hence, focus on teachers beliefs is an important component for the success of professional development activities which educational institutions engage in.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 26.01.2021
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