Die 'Pocket Teacher Abi' enthalten das komplette Basiswissen für die Sekundarstufe II. Sie helfen nicht nur beim Schluss-Spurt für das Abitur, sondern auch bei Hausaufgaben und Referaten, bei der Vorbereitung von Klausuren und Tests ab der 11. Klasse. Schaubilder, Grafiken und Beispiele machen auch komplexe Inhalte verständlich. Und: Auch die 'Pocket Teacher Abi ' passen mit dem Format 10 x 16 cm in jede Tasche! Alle Vorteile der erfolgreichen 'Pocket Teacher' - 'Sekundarstufe I ' auch für die Oberstufe: - Optimal gegliederter Lernstoff - Lesefreundliche Gestaltung - Übersichtliche Aufbereitung - Handliches Format
Erscheinungsdatum: 01.09.2017, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Pocket Teacher Abi Geografie, Titelzusatz: Kompaktwissen Oberstufe, Auflage: 6. Auflage von 2017 // 5. aktualisierte Auflage, Autor: Fischer, Peter // Koch, Manfred, Verlag: Bibliograph. Instit. GmbH // Bibliographisches Institut, Imprint: Cornelsen Scriptor // Duden, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Geografie // Lernhilfe // Abiturwissen // Erdkunde // Geographie // Schule und Lernen: Lehrbücher // für das Studium zu Hause // Privatunterricht, Rubrik: Lernhilfen // Abiturwissen, Seiten: 240, Abbildungen: Mit über 100 Grafiken, Diagrammen und Karten sowie einem Stichwortverzeichnis., Reihe: Pocket Teacher, Informationen: mit 2 Klappen (vorn und hinten), Gewicht: 229 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
An accessible and enjoyable introduction to Zen Buddhist practice - in a listener-friendly question-and-answer format - by two highly regarded teacher-writers. The question-and-answer format makes this introduction to Zen especially easy to understand - and also to use as a reference, as you can easily look up just the question you had in mind. The esteemed Zen teacher Norman Fischer and his old friend and teaching colleague Susan Moon (both of them in the lineage of Shunryu Suzuki, author of Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind) give this collaborative effort a playful tone: Susan asks a question on our behalf, Norman answers it, and then Sue challenges him. By the time you get through their conversations, you'll have a good basic education in Zen - not only the history, theory, and practice but also the contemporary issues, such as gender inequality, sexual ethics, and the tension between Asian traditions and the modern American reality. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Norman Fischer, Susan Moon. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/026833/bk_adbl_026833_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Fairview is a quiet town. Nothing strange ever happens. Certainly nothing so weird and sinister as the disappearance, one by one, of its cats. But it is happening, and Thomas Weston, eight-grade wannabe reporter and inveterte snoop, is going to find out why. If, that is, he doesn't get grounded for bringing home a string of grades that give new meaning to the term D-. It's not that Thomas is stupid; he's just not interested in anything that doesn't pertain to getting a story. But in addition to solving the mystery of Fairview's disappearing cats, Thomas has a new ambition - one that dosn't go with a GPA that can be expressed in negative numbers (one of many mathematical concepts Thomas doesn't get) he wants to launch a school newspaper - and he's got good reason to expect that, without a B average at least, he'll never be made its editor. At least Thomas isn't alone in his problems. He has Quinn, his ultra-smart science nerd girl friend (not girlfriend) and Leland, the closest thing to Thelonious Monk any eighth-grade class has ever had, to help him find the cats and maybe even bring up his grades. Together the three consider a roster of of very suspect suspects: Mr. Klim, the cat-hating neighbor; Mrs. Adams, the mad science teacher with an army of flesh-eating beetles at her command; - and is there a sinister gang of burglars using the cats as bait for watchdogs? The answer, when it comes, is a twist as surprising as a good Agatha Christie story's, and solving it gets Thomas the inside track on the editorship he wants so much. If he can just keep his grades up... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jerry Fischer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/015078/bk_acx0_015078_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
For Regan Morel, there's always been something missing in her life. Orphaned in infancy and raised by a reluctant aunt and uncle, she has never felt like she belonged anywhere or with anyone. Now, in her early 20s and recently graduated from college, Regan is working to make her way in the world. Far away from her midwestern roots, she is waiting tables in sunny Cocoa Beach hoping one day to become a full-time teacher. While her professional life is murky, her love life is uncomplicated at the moment. After a two-year relationship with playboy Eddie Levan, she's on her own and not minding it a bit. But Eddie does, and he wants Regan back. Eddie is use to getting what he wants, when he wants it. He thinks his one indiscretion - the excuse Regan used to dump him - is no big deal and if charm won't work to get her back back, well, there are other methods. Meanwhile, police officer Matthew Fischer is visiting Cocoa Beach on a brief vacation. His divorce from Jen just became final and he needs a break, a fresh start. What better place to kick off the rest of his life than Florida? After a long Detroit winter, he needs blue skies and some sunshine to help get himself back on track. The last thing Matt is thinking about is finding a new woman. But when he stumbles across Regan's path, everything changes. Instant, overwhelming attraction propels Matt to take a risk and that risk turns into a showdown with Eddie Levan. In the Sunshine is a testament to the power of love to overcome all obstacles and how it can change the best-laid plans of those in its grips. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Pilar Uribe. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/014502/bk_acx0_014502_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Part of the Belwin Master Solos series and prepared under the direction of Keith Snell, each of these folios contains a collection of graded solos that should prove to be a useful source for both student and teacher. Each folio contains works from the Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical periods, folk songs and traditional tunes, and a section of original compositions. For the student, these solos will provide material with specific challenges in rhythm, range, and key signatures in music that is both instructive and enjoyable to perform. Each solo has been selected and arranged to challenge the student in different areas of technique and musicianship while providing exposure to a variety of musical styles that are enjoyable to perform. In addition, special attention has been given to creating accompaniments that are easy to play yet at the same time add interest to the solo parts. Available in easy, intermediate, and advanced levels as are the Belwin Master Duets. Contains: Aria from Oratorio 'Belshazzar' (Handel) * Bouree (Telemann) * Elegy (Tyndall) * Heros, When With Glory Burning from Joshua (Handel) * March (Fischer) * Processional (Daquin) * Processional (Snell) * Rigaudon (Bohm) * Rio Grande (Snell) * Rondo (Snell) * Russian Folk Song (Traditional) * Sarabande (Speer) * Two Chinese Folk Songs (Song of Hoe/The Filial Crow) (Traditional).
&#8220;I can&#8217;t think of a more qualified and appropriate person to take on the task of developing a contemporary technique for using mindfulness as a path of self-discovery and peace.&#8221;&#8212;from the foreword by Roshi Pat Enkyo O&#8217;Hara &#8220;An in-depth read for a new way of thinking&#8212;this book is a great contribution to American Buddhism.&#8221;&#8212;Norman Oberstein, CEO, Frederick P. Lenz Foundation for American Buddhism &#8220;A practical workbook blending modern psychology with ancient wisdom, Zen Beyond Mindfulness leaves a breadcrumb trail to awakening. Dr. Harris clearly has a love affair with truth and the potentiality of human individual evolution. Enlightenment can bang on his door at 3 a.m. and he will always get up and make time.&#8221;&#8212;Dr. Conrad Fischer, MD, Program Director, Brookdale Hospital Medical Center &#8220;Buddhism has a history of adapting to the culture of a country where it is introduced. In the West, that adaptation includes the merging of modern psychology with traditional Buddhism. In Zen beyond Mindfulness, Shuzen Harris makes a significant contribution to this dialogue. Shuzen tackles difficult Buddhist subjects with a clarity and writing style that renders them accessible to the reader. He then fuses those subjects with the psychology of I-systems to help students of Zen to dissolve emotional and psychological barriers to deepening their meditation practice. Due to his many years of direct experience, Shuzen brings a profound understanding to both Zen and psychology that makes this book particularly relevant and beneficial.&#8221;&#8212;Gerry Shishin Wick, author of The Book of Equanimity: Illuminating Classic Zen Koans &#8220; Zen beyond Mindfulness will enable both new and seasoned practitioners to gain a better understanding of how the mind works. A compelling teaching guide imbued with boundless wisdom and clarity, this book is a twenty-first-century teaching that will stand the test of time!&#8221;&#8212;Heila and Rodney Downey, Guiding Teacher and Abbot of the Dharma Center, Cape Town, South Africa &#8220;A refreshing alternative to the profusion of mindfulness literature.&#8221;&#8212; Publishers Weekly
2018 Reprint of 1912 Edition. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition software. English-French-German language edition. The Arban Method is a complete pedagogical method for students of trumpet, cornet, and other brass instruments. The original edition was published by Jean-Baptiste Arban circa 1859 and has remained in print since that time. It contains hundreds of exercises, ranging in difficulty from more simple to complex. The method begins with basic exercises and progresses to very advanced compositions, including the famous arrangement of Carnival of Venice. Many consider it a trumpeter's bible. Arban discusses every aspect of playing - including articulation, tonguing, slurs, tone, and range - sharing the knowledge he acquired from many years of experience as a teacher and performer. He offers an appreciation of all the instrument's inherent difficulties as well as instructive points that touch upon all possible musical questions. Reprint of the Fischer, 1912 edition.