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School Report - 2826976665

67,52 zł

School Report The Book Service Orphans

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Over a period of 18 months, Davies researched for the "Guardian" a special series of stories investigating the condition of our state schools. They were published in three batches between September 1999 and July 2000, at lengths varying from 600 words to 7,000. The series attempted to go beneath the surface issues to expose the fundamentals - the undeclared but highly successful policy to kill off our comprehensive schools; the bogus analysis of school failure used by Ofsted; the fabrication of facts by Ofsted's chief inspector, Chris Woodhead; the gross dishonesty about funding by the Secretary of State; the link between the success of private schools and the failure of state schools; graphic stories about underfunding, about the lives of truants; an expose of how teachers have joined children in cheating to deliver the exam results which the government demands; and, some pointers to solutions, based on Dutch schools. The response was huge.

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Złote sidła. The Golden Snare [E-book] - 2836728378

11,88 zł

Złote sidła. The Golden Snare [E-book] Armoryka

literatura piękna

James Oliver Curwood : Złote sidła. The Golden Snare . Książka w dwóch wersjach językowych: polskiej i angielskiej. A dual Polish-English language edition. James Olivier Curwood (1878-1927)

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Mira 2 Pupil Book - 2840067567

134,99 zł

Mira 2 Pupil Book

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Children

A 2nd Book In A 3-year Course For Schools Who Are Starting To Learn Spanish In Their 1st Year Of Secondary School. It Covers The Year 8 Objectives Of The Framework For Modern Foreign Languages. It Aims To Build Pupils' Confidence Through Activities At The Right Level. It Maximises Success Through Grammatical Progression And Language-learning Tips.

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The Cat in the Hat - 2842083406

84,77 zł

The Cat in the Hat ISHI PR

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

The Cat in the Hat is the most famous children's book ever written. It came into being because of complaints that the book most widely used to teach children how to read, "Fun With Dick and Jane", depicted two squeaky clean children playing politely and respectfully with each other and with their dog Spot and saying things like "Run Spot Run". Real children to not play like that. The famous book "Why Johnny Can't Read" criticized that book as being uninteresting to children. Dr. Seuss (a pen-name of Theodor Seuss Geisel) was approached and asked to write a book that children ages 6 and 7 could read and understand and would find interesting. He spent two years working on this rejecting many ideas because they used words that children that age might not understand. Finally he come upon an idea by using the words Cat and Hat. He spent another year working on this idea finally produced this book that was first published in March, 1957. This book was an instant success but the textbook division of his publisher was disappointed because school teachers did not want to use this book in school for obvious reasons. They preferred the nice and polite little children such Dick and Jane for school use. However, The Cat and the Hat sold millions of copies in the book stores so finally Dick and Jane had to killed off and put to sleep. Spot was sent to the pound. Surprisingly, so many Dick and Jane books were thrown away that it has become a rare and expensive used book nowadays.

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No Parent Left Behind - 2826901608

101,53 zł

No Parent Left Behind ScarecrowEducation

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

The goal of an elementary school is to educate all children. However, the growing number of students per school and the increased demands placed upon teachers make this more challenging every year. An involved parent is often the difference between a child who thrives in school, and one who merely goes to school. Yet, it is nearly impossible to help your child when you don't understand everything that is happening at school. The purpose of this book is to change all of that. No Parent Left Behind is a guide written to inform and empower parents of elementary school children. Its easy-to-understand language makes it an indispensable tool for all parents. This book is the first of its kind to take the language of education and define all the words, phrases, and processes involved in a child's school. The chapters are separated so that parents can easily open to a specific chapter to gain insight, understanding, and learn helpful tips. Petrosino and Spiegel cover every aspect of elementary education, including how to work with your child at home, and how to prepare your infant or toddler for success in elementary school. Parents never again need to feel insecure when entering their child's school or feel unsure about what is happening at school. Now, parents finally have a manual to guide them through their child's elementary education, whether a child is a regular education, gifted or special education student. This book will teach parents how to better support their child in the classroom and at home to ensure his or her educational success.

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Nowe przygody Bobika - Wiktor Laskowski - 2843855030

7,35 zł

Nowe przygody Bobika - Wiktor Laskowski

Książki & Multimedia > Książki

Opis - Proponujemy Państwu nową serię, w której oprócz bajek na dobranoc znajdują się zbiory zagadek i zabawne opowiadania o zwierzętach. Nazwa - Nowe przygody Bobika Autor - Wiktor Laskowski Oprawa - Twarda Wydawca - E. Jarmołkiewicz Kod ISBN - 9788377112021 Kod EAN - 9788377112021 Rok wydania - 2014 Język - polski Seria wydawnicza - Dziecięca Biblioteczka Format - 17.0x24.5cm Ilość stron - 64 Podatek VAT - 5%

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When I Were a Lad ... - 2826790233

55,74 zł

When I Were a Lad ... ANOVA Books

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

* The WIWAL series - as seen on TV. * Photos from a time when it was fun to play with a tangerine box and not an X-box. * Includes a section on 'fun at the seaside' sampling the very best that Clacton, Skegness and Filey had to offer. * Reet grand and gradely from cover to cover. Ah, the past. A time when children could roll in the street, when boys were allowed to play cowboys and indians, and when school dinners were made from some of the hardest substances known to man. When I Were a School Lad...straps on its rose-tinted (National Health) spectacles once more and ventures back into the simpler childhoods of the 40s, 50s and 60s, a time when a "4X4" was a piece of wood, when dinner ladies all looked like Les Dawson and when school teachers were feared. Building on the success of the original book, WIWASL mines the rich vein of nostalgia created by archive photos of children at school. This time round, there are less images of children in peril and more of them indulging in the exotic pastimes of the day, such as stamp collecting, scrumping and mending their pedal car.

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When Teacher Isn't Looking - 2839957759

34,99 zł

When Teacher Isn't Looking

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Children

Following On The Success Of No More Homework, No More Tests And If Kids Rule The School, This Book Contains Poetry Books About School. It Presents The Best School Poems From Kenn Nesbitt, A Rising Star On The School Circuit.

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Mastering Academic Language - 2826905361

152,12 zł

Mastering Academic Language Sage Publications

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

A legacy of the No Child Left Behind legislation of 2001 is that the significant achievement gaps between language minority students (ELLs and other speakers of non-Standard English) were made painfully visible to educators and the general public. Unfortunately, disaggregating data or 'exposing the cracks beneath the wallpaper' (Johnson/Avelar La Salle, 2010) alone is an insufficient remedy. Addressing these gaps remains a salient theme of our nation's school reform agenda and will be for years to come. Over the years, Corwin has published a number of works that aim to help close achievement gaps between ELs and non-ELs as well as children of color and their White counterparts. Some of these titles are aimed at school leaders and suggest that a 'top down' approach emphasizing culture shifts and policy changes are the most effective starting points. (see, e.g., Lindsey et al., "Cultural Proficiency: "A Manual for School Leaders", Singleton, "Courageous Conversations about Race", and the upcoming "Walking the Equity Walk" by John Browne. Other titles start with changing practices at the classroom level, e.g., Bonnie Davis' "How to Teach Students Who Don't Look Like You". The proposed title which falls into this second category highlights the importance of mastering Academic Language as a key to school success and closing achievement. It is grounded in an original four-pronged framework that describes how academic language learning is a sociocultural, literacy learning, academic, and a cognitive (higher order thinking skill) process. Written in a teacher-friendly voice, the book emphasizes what can be done to strategically plan and deliver high quality learning, school and parent engagement environments using this four pronged framework. It is also well-suited to the work of teacher teams and includes a number of reflective prompts and professional development activities.

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Because I'm Special - 2826901109

193,76 zł

Because I'm Special Lucky Duck Publishing

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Visit the author's own website here! Following the success of Margaret's book Because We're Worth It, she has developed a series of activity sheets for children to start work on in school and to complete at home with parent/ carer support. /caNot only do the activities involve the adult but they also emphasise the importance of families as promoters of self-esteem. There are 10 sets of take home sheets covering: " self identity " self-worth " body language " intercommunication " friendship " feelings " being confident " empathy and sympathy " relationships " co-operation. There are draft letters and explanatory notes for parents. This is a book that will be extremely valuable to all staff who believe in enhancing self-esteem and in involving parents/ carers. Margaret Collins is a former headteacher of infant and first schools. She is now Senior Visiting Fellow in the School of Education at the University of Southampton. She researches children's perceptions of health education topics, writes teaching materials for children, books and articles on PSHE.

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Constitution of Canada - 2826902054

99,70 zł

Constitution of Canada Oxford University Press, Canada

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

In his excellent introduction to this new edition of W.P.M. Kennedy's The Constitution of Canada: An Introduction to its Development and Law, Martin Friedland - like Kennedy a past Dean of the University of Toronto Law School - notes that after much research, he is ending where he began, finding Kennedy to be "distinguished, engaging, and enigmatic." Kennedy was indeed an enigmatic figure, in addition to being a brilliant historian. Emigrating to Canada from Ireland around 1913 - he was the eldest of ten children, and had run away from home at age fourteen - Kennedy made his way teaching and researching. There were several "enigmatic" adventures along the way, as recounted by Friedland. Kennedy's skill as a teacher was legendary, and his abilities as a scholar on a range of topics including Tudor history and constitutional history were exceptional. In 1922, Kennedy's large-canvas, ground-breaking study of the Canadian constitution was published (Kennedy was part of a wider renaissance at University of Toronto, where in 1922 two other important events took place: the discovery of insulin and the creation of the School of Graduate Studies). It was hailed as a success from the start, called "a work of great accuracy and conspicuous fairness," "alive, human, dramatic," "an admirable and most readable book," and "a book which will rank high in the literature of political science" (respectively, the Times, the Observer, the Law Quarterly Review, and the New Statesman). Equally well-received in Canada (Saturday Night called it "brilliant" and "a monumental work"), it became and remained a classic text in both history and law until recently. Kennedy traces the development of Canada from the earliest days of the French explorers until 1922. The book is comprehensive in scope, covering the seigniorial system in Quebec, colonial policy, responsible government, federation, Canada as a dominion, the distribution of legislative power, the imperial tie and federalism. Kennedy describes all the key events: the Royal Proclamation of 1763, the Quebec Act of 1774, the Constitution Act of 1791, Lord Durham's Report of 1840, the granting of responsible government in 1848, the British North America Act 1867, and later events up to and including 1922. Written by a scholar who had a profound knowledge of history, institution, and legal change, this book remains one of the best and most comprehensive examples of the process of nation-making. Martin Friedland's fascinating introduction sketches out Kennedy's life and times - a time of much intellectual ferment - as well as outlining the importance of this book in the larger context of Canadian constitutional history.

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Lets Do Spelling 7 8 - 2826926170

23,39 zł

Lets Do Spelling 7 8 ANDREW BRODIE PUBLICATIONS

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Matched to the demands of the National Curriculum and part of the successful Andrew Brodie Basics series, the Let's Do Spelling workbooks provide all the practice children need to build their confidence and boost their ability to spell words correctly. Ideal for parents keen to support their children at home with additional spelling practice or for tutors working with children in preparation for school tests and entrance exams. With 35 practice tests and 7 progress tests, each book includes over 400 words to learn accompanied by useful spelling tips and extra advice from Comma the cat. Further challenges, stretching children's ability to apply spelling rules, take the form of Brodie's Brain Boosters. And because we know that motivation and encouragement are key to a child's success, each book includes over 100 full colour reward stickers!

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We Own This Game - 2826758074

65,36 zł

We Own This Game Grove Press / Atlantic Monthly Press

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Although its participants are still in grade school, Pop Warner football is serious business in Miami, where local teams routinely advance to the national championships. Games draw thousands of fans; recruiters vie for nascent talent; drug dealers and rap stars bankroll teams; and the stakes are so high that games sometimes end in gunshots. In America's poorest city, troubled parents dream of NFL stardom for children who long only for a week in Disney World at the Pop Warner Super Bowl. In 2001, journalist Robert Andrew Powell spent a year following two young teams through rollercoaster seasons. The Liberty City Warriors, former national champs, will suffer the team's first-ever losing season. The inner-city kids of the Palmetto Raiders, undefeated for two straight years, are rewarded for good play with limo rides and steak dinners. But their flamboyant coach (the "Darth Vader of youth football") will be humbled by defeat in a down-to-the-wire playoff game. TITLE OF BOOK is an inside-the-huddle look into a world of innocence and corruption, where every kickoff bares political, social, and racial implications. By an award-winning journalist whose work has appeared in The Best American Sports Writing, it is an unforgettable drama that shows us just what it is to win and to lose in America. INTRODUCTION A portrait of Miami, a city whose government, even after race riots which crippled the black community in the 80s, serves the interest mostly of the Cuban-American constituency and has been rocked by various political scandals (bribery, fiscal mismanagement, etc.). The author tells how he witnessed inner-city blacks find hope and identity during a high school football semifinal that was attended by tens of thousands. He takes a newspaper assignment covering Pop Warner football games and sees much he admires ("a depressed community proud that its boys could do something better than anyone else") but also "the corruption of sport at its infancy" (recruiting, fans assaulting the coach after the team's only loss, parents living through their kids, gambling, etc.). He quits his job to cover a season of Pop Warner, from the first day to the last game, attending every single season and game of the 95-pound Gwen Cherry Bulls, whose coach is dubbed the 'Darth Vadar of Pop Warner'. Prologue Registration day. Coach Brian Johnson of the Liberty City Warriors is introduced as he prints out ridiculously complicated game strategies for his team, based on the Georgia Southern Eagles game plans. It is his first year as head coach and he is determined to prove himself. "I wouldn't be a man if I didn't aspire to run my own team." We're introduced to the "Darth Vadar of Pop Warner" Raul Campos, the ostentatious coach of the 110-pound Palmetto Raiders, who is editing a video hyping his team as the greatest of all time, winners of back-to-back national champions at Disney World Sport Center, undefeated in the last 2 seasons. We're introduced to Diamond Pless, a young kid whose uncle was confined to a wheelchair after a shooting with a rival drug dealer, and who is now helping his uncle live his dream of NFL superstardom vicariously We're introduced to Mark Peterson, the head of the league who tries without much success to discourage the recruitment of black inner city players to suburban ballparks, and is still torn over last year's national championship, where a Suniland team made up mostly of recruits won 56-6. The coach lost his job because he ran up the store, but is suing to be reinstated. CHAPTER ONE: First Practice The first practice, plus a history of Pop Warner football, the largest youth football league in America, started in 1929 in Philly to prevent youth crime and eventually to over 6,000 teams nationally competing to play in the national champion at Disney World. CHAPTER TWO: Liberty City A tour of Liberty City--past the wealthy enclaves of Miami and the poverty of Little Havana is a black neighborhood torn by race riots in the 80s and gang-related assassinations in the 90s. The neighborhood grew out of a black ghetto called Nigger Town which eventually became a progressive experimental black-only community named Knight Manor until a highway ran through it and tore the neighborhood apart. This is wear porno rapper Luther Campbell of 2 Live Crew comes from, who helped found the Liberty City program. Since then, the Warriors have won city championships in 7 of 8 weight divisions and have spawned other all-black parks. CHAPTER THREE: CAMPOS Inside the home of the Cuban exile turned real estate wizard Coach Campos, who is hated and called a "cracker" and takes his players to games in chartered motor coaches and used to take them in Hummer limos. After being banned from another Pop Warner team, Campos took over the Palmetto team comprised mostly of white suburban kids and replaced them with mostly black players recruited from West Perrine via varsity letter jackets, steak dinnnnnnners, etc. CHAPTER FOUR: DIAMOND Diamond's mom tries to petition for him to get a larger role on the team, but Diamond doesn't show much promise. Diamond's uncle Durell describes his gun injury. CHAPTER FIVE: SUNILAND We're introduced to Phillip, whose father is dead from AIDS and whose HIV+ mother's behavior is erratic because of drugs. He is often left to his own devices. He sees football as his way out. We're introduced to the Suniland Devils, a suburban team comprised of recruited back players whose coach Gator Rebhan was banned after he ran up the score in a championship game. Rebhan thinks the League is jealous because he took a white ballpark and made it successful. CHAPTER SIX: GOULDS The history of the Railroad Shop, a black settlement that developed nearly a century ago, was condemned by the city, but eventually turned black again. Now Goulds is black and poor. In their first game, Liberty City loses to Goulds, with Coach Johnson's playbook proving way too complex for the pee wees. CHAPTER SEVEN: SEPTEMBER 11 Warriors lose their second game. News of 9/11 comes, but Florida is very removed from the goings-on in NYC and Washington. The coaches convene at the field despite cancelled games and try to make sense of things. CHAPTER EIGHT: McADOO We're introduced to shadowy figure named McAdoo, who "takes care" of high school and college players in vague ways. He's a street agent, of which every major college sports program has at least one. They operate under the radar, even going so far as to buy cars for young players even though he has no traceable source of income besides selling watermelons and gambling. He points out all of the players he "raised"-- rappers, NFL players, etc. McAdoo's cash flow is "supplemented by his relationships with some of Liberty City's more prominent entrepreneurs," including drug dealers and gang members. McAdoo has switched his focus from encouraging kids to go into football to encouraging them to read. CHAPTER NINE: LIBERTY CITY AT PALMETTO Liberty City is now 1-4 and their chances at the championship are slipping. A player is hit hard and has to go to the hospital in an ambulance. Coach Johnson is questioning why he even bothers. CHAPTER ELEVEN: PLEX The story of drug-related gang violence in Liberty City. Gang members bet up to $10,000 and intimidated coaches and player. Diamond's father-in-law "Plex" was arrested for a murder associated with protecting the distribution channels of a crack laboratory. He is serving 5 life sentences. CHAPTER ELEVEN: ELECTION The Elian Gonzalez debacle, and how it further turned the black community against the Cubans. The Warriors win a game. CHAPTER THIRTEEN: THE GAME A story about a legendary street game decades ago between a group of white kids and black kids. The black kids

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Teaching with Poverty in Mind: What Being Poor Does to Kids' Brains and What Schools Can Do about It - 2837897703

137,19 zł

Teaching with Poverty in Mind: What Being Poor Does to Kids' Brains and What Schools Can Do about It ASSN FOR SUPERVISION & CURRICU

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Although every educator knows firsthand about the effects that poverty can have on students, here at last is a book that makes it crystal clear why and how the effects of poverty have to be addressed in classroom teaching and school and district policy. Veteran educator and brain expert Eric Jensen helps you understand what poverty does to children's brains and why students raised in poverty are especially subject to stressors that undermine school behavior and performance. Then learn how the effects of poverty can be reversed when educators employ the practices of turn-around schools and schools that have a history of high performance among students raised in poverty. Drawing from research, experience, and real school success stories, Jensen explains what educators everywhere can do to improve the achievement of economically disadvantaged students.

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Bug Club Non-fiction Artists (grey B / NC 3B) - 2826931526

35,34 zł

Bug Club Non-fiction Artists (grey B / NC 3B) Pearson Education Limited

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Schools across the UK are catching the Bug, and now so can kids at home! Bug Club is one of the best-loved reading programmes in primary schools and kids just love reaching for the bookshelves to find their favourite Bug Club book. Here's some of the great things people have been saying about Bug Club: "They are so used to TV, DVDs and everything else, that getting them interested in reading is really hard. But Bug Club had children laughing, engaged and begging for more!"- Wendy Jenkins, Bangor Central Integrated Primary School "Bug Club deserves gushing praise ...It will help children get the best possible start in their reading journey and enjoy page after page of reading success."- Teach Primary Magazine "When the books went home, the response from parents was tremendous. Bug Club has been an inspiration to the whole school family."- Tristran Roberts, Headteacher Ysgol Kingsland, Holyhead

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