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Hierdie versameling stories en besinnings uit die immergewilde skrywer se “Woorde wat wip”-rubriek wat tweeweekliks in Rapport verskyn, sal lesers met selfs die stroefste hallelujagesigte opkikker.
In hierdie boek kry jy insae in hoe stories rondom woorde gevorm word. Herman kies telkens ’n woord en bou ’n storie om dit. Die inhoud val uiteen as ’n tipe abecedarium – speelse inskripsies volgens die letters van die alfabet, dikwels met woorde wat nie meer alledaags gebruik word nie of die gevaar loop om in onbruik te raak.
Al gewonder wat ’n huilboerboom, meelwurms, kofia, ietsjoebeentjie, sandkombers of kamdebooharpuisbos is? In hierdie boek word diť woorde, en vele meer, geaktiveer as spilpunte waarom heerlike stories verweef is. Ideaal vir proe-proe lees op enige plek waar jy jou sit of lÍ die lekkerste kry.
The most popular work by the great Spanish writer Juan Ramon
Jimenez (1881-1958), this is a series of autobiographical prose
poems about the wanderings in Andalusia of a poet and his donkey.
This new, accurate English translation is drawn from the 1917
edition. This is the only dual-language edition available.
Introduction, Explanatory Notes.
The fascinating history of French words that have entered the English language and the fertile but fraught relationship between English- and French-speaking cultures across the world English has borrowed more words from French than from any other modern foreign language. French words and phrases-such as a la mode, ennui, naivete and caprice-lend English a certain je-ne-sais-quoi that would otherwise elude the language. Richard Scholar examines the continuing history of untranslated French words in English and asks what these words reveal about the fertile but fraught relationship that England and France have long shared and that now entangles English- and French-speaking cultures all over the world. Emigres demonstrates that French borrowings have, over the centuries, "turned" English in more ways than one. From the seventeenth-century polymath John Evelyn's complaint that English lacks "words that do so fully express" the French ennui and naivete, to George W. Bush's purported claim that "the French don't have a word for entrepreneur," this unique history of English argues that French words have offered more than the mere seasoning of the occasional mot juste. They have established themselves as "creolizing keywords" that both connect English speakers to-and separate them from-French. Moving from the realms of opera to ice cream, the book shows how migrant French words are never the same again for having ventured abroad, and how they complete English by reminding us that it is fundamentally incomplete. At a moment of resurgent nationalism in the English-speaking world, Emigres invites native Anglophone readers to consider how much we owe the French language and why so many of us remain ambivalent about the migrants in our midst.
This volume builds a conceptual basis for assessment promoting learning in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) classrooms and proposes practical assessment approaches and activities that CLIL teachers can apply in the classroom. CLIL as an educational context is unique, as language and content learning happen simultaneously. The efficacy of such instruction has been studied extensively, but assessment in CLIL classrooms has drawn much less attention. The present volume aims to fill this gap. Arranged based on different ways that content and language are integrated in CLIL, the chapters in this book together build a solid theoretical basis for assessment promoting learning in CLIL classrooms. The authors discuss how assessment eliciting this integration yields insights into learners' abilities, but more importantly, how these insights are used to promote learning. The contributors to the volume together build the understanding of classroom-based assessment as cyclic, of teaching, learning, and assessment as inter-related, and of content and language in CLIL classrooms as a dialectical unity. This volume will spark interest in and discussion of classroom-based assessment in CLIL among CLIL educators and researchers, enable reflection of classroom assessment practices, and foster collaboration between CLIL teachers and researchers. The assessment approaches and activities discussed in the volume, in turn, will help educators understand the scope of applications of assessment and inspire them to adapt these to their own classrooms.
This lively course teaches Mandarin Chinese to a broad range of learners in a modern, structured and engaging way. Mastering Chinese is available as a complete pack - paperback book with two CDs (ISBN 9781352001365). The CDs can be purchased separately (ISBN 9780230200548), or you can just purchase the paperback book alone (ISBN 9780230200135). Please check you have the correct ISBN. The focus is on acquiring basic conversational skills, and the text has a friendly, non-formal style, building up gently and with a wealth of lively, imaginative exercises. The text places some emphasis on correct pronunciation, as this is so important in Mandarin. It introduces right from the start the fascinating Chinese script and includes essential grammar, along with interesting cultural insights. Pinyin, the standard system of spelling using the Roman alphabet to transliterate Chinese, is also included to help build confidence. This is all you would expect from a modern Chinese language course but can't find!
The Echo: AQA GCSE Foundation Student Book has been written for the 2009 specification and is packed with interesting content and activities to suit your students who find it more challenging.
The weather on Earth is always changing. One day it's cloudy, the next day it's sunny, and the day after that - who knows? Well, meteorologists do! Meteorologists are scientists that can predict the weather. But how do they do it? What causes these weather changes?
The Expo: AQA GCSE Foundation Student Book 2nd edition) has been written for the 2009 specification and is packed with interesting content and activities to suit your students finding it more challenging.
Expo: OCR GCSE Higher Student Book has been written to prepare more able students for the latest OCR GCSE specification. With a strong focus on controlled assessment and exam preparation throughout the course, students can confidently aim for grades A*-C. Graded examples and examiner tips in Grade Studio show students how to get the best possible grade through perfecting key language skills.
Echo: AQA GCSE Higher Student Book has been written to prepare more able students for the latest AQA GCSE specification. With a strong focus on controlled assessment and exam preparation throughout the course, students can confidently aim for grades A*-C. Graded examples and examiner tips in Grade Studio show students how to aim for the best possible results through perfecting key language skills.
Now updated for the new A-levels, Revision Express is the fast and effective route to exam success.
If you're looking for a fast, focussed and effective way to revise for your AS or A2 exams, Revision Express is the answer. Now fully updated for the new A-levels, Revision Express covers everything you need for success in your exams. Each chapter is broken down into two-page topic sessions, packed with information, top tips and unique features to help you carefully organise your revision and gain vital extra marks. All the information is presented in short, memorable chunks for quick and simple revision and you can check your understanding and progress as you proceed with checkpoint questions. Develop and practice your exam techniques with sample exam-style questions (and answers - luckily!) and get some inside information as A-level examiners reveal the secrets to getting top grades.
The Echo Express course starts in Year 8 with Echo Express 1 and continues in Year 9 with Echo Express 2. Echo Express 2 is exactly right for your Year 9 pupils in their second year of German.
Cheju, South Korea, is known for its traditional women divers. They have long dived into the ocean to look for seafood. It's dangerous, but there were no other jobs available. Now, women in Cheju have more choices. What jobs can they do? What will happen to the Cheju divers?
These short biographies of outstanding Romans - from the founding of the city to the late Roman Empire - are arranged in chronological order. The historical context is explained and each reading is followed by vocabulary and questions. Exploits of Roman heroes such as Aeneas, Horatius Cocles, Scaevola and Germanicus are recounted in clear, accessible Latin aimed at intermediate level students. The "Duces" of these stories show qualities greatly admired by the Romans: tenacity, determination, and a willingness to sacrifice for one's country. Their feats of daring are presented in such a way as to provoke lively class discussion on the nature of heroism and on what it was to be "a great Roman."
Christopher Columbus lived in Europe in the 1400s. He wanted to find a new way to travel from Europe to Asia by sea. So Columbus went on a long sea trip, but he didn't know what he would find. What happened to Columbus? What did he find?
Sanaa is a beautiful old city in the Middle East. In Sanaa, it is a tradition to carry beautiful knives, or tools, called 'jambiya.' An unusual animal called a 'rhinoceros' is often killed to make these knives. How can people keep their tradition and save the rhinoceros?
Fish River Canyon, Namibia was once home to many wild animals. Over time hunters killed them for food and sport. Now, conservationist Natacha Bateau wants to help. She wants to rescue animals from other areas and bring them back to the canyon. Will Natacha's animal rescue succeed?
In a small village in northern Greece, local residents participate in an annual religious festival called 'Anastenaria'. During the festival, believers walk across fire to test their faith and receive blessings from religious figures. Will all the participants make it across the fire? How will their firewalk affect them?
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