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Selbstreguliertes Lernen Kooperation Soziale Kompetenz

Author: Hanna Kiper
Publisher: W. Kohlhammer Verlag
ISBN: 9783170201491
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Schule und Unterricht sollen nicht nur fachliches Lernen ermoglichen. Die Schule muss auch uberfachliche Kompetenzen aufbauen und weiterentwickeln, die fur die Wissensgesellschaft unentbehrlich sind. Selbstgesteuertes Lernen, kooperatives Arbeiten und soziale Kompetenz sind zentrale Stichworte. Im Mittelpunkt des Buches stehen theoretische Begrundungen und didaktische Uberlegungen, wie Lehrerinnen und Lehrer Lernsituationen und Lernumgebungen gestalten konnen, um die facherubergreifenden Fahigkeiten im Unterricht zu fordern. Uber die didaktischen Uberlegungen hinaus behandelt das Buch unterrichtspraktische Fragen des schulischen Alltags.

Selected Poems

Author: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691036588
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This new series brings into modern English a reliable translation of a representative portion of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's vast body of work. This edition, selected from over 140 volumes in German, is the new standard in English, and contains poetry, drama, fiction, memoir, criticism, and scientific writing by the man who is probably the most influential writer in the German language. The executive editors of this collection are Victor Lange of Princeton University, Eric Blackall of Cornell University, and Cyrus Hamlin of Yale University. Princeton University Press is proud to be the distributor of the twelve volumes in hardcover of the originating publisher, Suhrkamp Verlag. In addition, Princeton will issue paperback reprints of these volumes over the next two years, beginning with volumes one through three. Goethe, the founder of the poetry of experience, created a body of poetry that is unsurpassed in lucidity of speech and imagery and in instinct for melody and rhythm. Nonetheless, many of his poems are relatively unknown to English-speaking audiences, partly because of the difficulties they have posed to translators. This volume contains translations, side by side with the German originals, of Goethe's major poems--all prepared by eminent American and English writers, and all attesting to his poetic genius. Goethe's most complex and profound work, Faust was the effort of the great poet's entire lifetime. Written over 60 years, it can be read as a document of Goethe's moral and artistic development. Faust is made available to the English reader in a completely new translation that communicates both its poetic variety and its many levels of tone. The language is present-day English, and Goethe's formal and rhythmic variety is reproduced in all its richness. The reflections on art and literature that Goethe produced throughout his life are the premise and corollary of his work as poet, novelist, and man of science. This volume contains such important essays as "On Gothic Architecture," "On the Laocoon Group," and "Shakespeare: A Tribute." Several works in this collection appear for the first time unabridged and in fresh translations.

The Dearly Departed Dating Service

Author: Rae Renzi
Publisher: Grey Gecko Press
ISBN: 193882184X
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Joy had it all: a promising medical career, a handsome and kind fiancé, a bright future. Until it all came crashing down in one shattering moment. Two years later, nothing is the same. Joy has a mountain of debt, a boss with the barest hold on reality, and a complicated—to put it mildly—private life. The arrogant young surgeon she reviles and the pack of well-meaning but misguided ghosts don't help. Still, her idea for a new business just might be crazy enough to work...

Greek Friendship

Author: Natasja Peijer
Publisher: America Star Books
ISBN: 9781681223728
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Greece is known for sunny islands, white sandy beaches, blue sea and white houses with blue shutters. But Greece has so much more to offer. Learn, explore and be surprised. This book gives you the opportunity to travel without actually going away. In a pleasant way, you can learn more about the culture, history and mythology. It also introduces a number of special Greek people. The book is ideal when you're preparing for a vacation, or to relive your vacation. Come with us and experience the Greek hospitality because there is a reason that Greece is called the land of the gods. More than ten years ago, on her honeymoon to the Greek island of Thassos with her husband, Natasha Peijer fell in love with Greece. In recent years she has visited more than twenty islands and also a large part of the mainland. She learns something more about the Greek traditions every time. A few years ago, she decided to write her experiences so that she can share her stories with others.