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Colloquial Irish

Author: Thomas Ihde
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317305280
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Specially written by experienced teachers, this easy to use and completely up-to-date course provides a step-by-step approach to spoken and written Irish with no prior knowledge of the language required. What makes Colloquial Irish your best choice in personal language learning? emphasis on the language of East Connemara, with a clear pronunciation guide and an appendix on dialectal differences within Irish stimulating exercises with lively illustrations effective combination of language points, dialogues and cultural information Irish/English and English/Irish word lists. By the end of this rewarding course you will be able to communicate confidently and effectively in Irish in a broad range of everyday situations. Audio material to accompany the course is available to download freely in MP3 format from Recorded by native speakers, the audio material features the dialogues and texts from the book and will help develop your listening and pronunciation skills.

Means Electrical Cost Data

Author: Robert Snow Means Company, Inc
Publisher: R.S. Means Company
ISBN: 9780876295847
Size: 20.48 MB
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Covers every need electricians are likely to have, including complete unit price estimates, checking for estimating items overlooked, double check estimates, cost data for prepricing contracts, resolving billing disputes using a respected industry authority, adjusting prices for local cost conditions and more.

Lead Us Into Temptation

Author: Breandán Ó hEithir
Publisher: Clo Iar-Chonnacht
ISBN: 9781905560523
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Martin Melody and his disreputable friends are too busy drinking to pay much attention to Ireland declaring itself a republic and withdrawing from the Commonwealth in 1948.

Ireland S Great Famine

Author: Cormac Ó Gráda
Publisher: Univ College Dublin Press
ISBN: 9781904558583
Size: 44.92 MB
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These essays by Ireland's leading economic historian range widely over topics associated with the Ireland's Great Famine of 1846-52. Ireland's Great Famine includes four previously unpublished essays, together with others assembled from a wide range of publications in different fields. Some have been co-authored by other leading scholars. Taken together, the essays give a full account of the famine, its effects, what was and was not done to alleviate it, how it compares with other (especially modern third world) famines, and how successive scholars have tackled these matters. This will become a standard reference in both Irish history and the international field of famine studies.

Teaching In The Middle And Secondary Schools

Author: Joseph F. Callahan
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780130292858
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For middle and secondary methods courses. Teaching in the Middle and Secondary Schools provides a practical, concise, criterion-referenced, performance-based, mastery learning model for teaching.

The Immense Journey

Author: Loren Eiseley
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0307801934
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Anthropologist and naturalist Loren Eiseley blends scientific knowledge and imaginative vision in this story of man.

Beyond Testing Classic Edition

Author: Caroline Gipps
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136592954
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‘It is an exceptionally thoughtful assessment of assessment, and I am (along with anyone else who broods about education) much in your debt.’ Jerome Bruner, personal communication with the author When this award-winning book was originally published in 1994, a review in the TES said: ‘Beyond Testing is a refreshingly honest look at the dilemmas facing those who are trying to make educational assessment more supportive of high-quality learning for all pupils and students ... It contains powerful and practical messages for assessment developers, policy-makers, teachers and pupils. It exposes the very different agendas of those who wish to achieve greater system-wide accountability through educational assessment, and those who wish to use it to promote improvements in the quality of pupil learning.’ Originally written to re-conceptualize assessment in education in the 1990s, Beyond Testing has stood the test of time and become a classic text in the field. With its examination of the range of uses of assessment – from teacher assessment and standardized testing to formative assessment and norm-referenced testing – to the purposes of assessment – from accountability to support for teaching and learning – the issues it deals with are as enduring and relevant to education now as they were when it was first published. It offers an unsurpassed framework for educational assessment. Now, re-released as a Routledge Education Classic, and with a new preface from D. Royce Sadler, a new generation of educationalists can be introduced to the developments in educational assessment – arguably one of the most hotly contested areas of education – in order to further their own understanding and practice.