This book outlines the salient political and socio-economic facts, including developments in art and architecture, from pre-historic times to the present day. It aims to provide the enquiring student of any age with background for current political situations as well as helping the discerning traveller understand more fully what can be seen today as more and more locations are rediscovered on the Continent.
This resource pack covers each outcome of the BTEC National Unit 22 Residential Study Visit in full detail, includes tasks and case studies for the learners, and cross references grading criteria throughout. A sample assignment is included at the end.
33 Top Tips is an excellent tool for language teachers wherever they may be, giving invaluable insight into the intricacies of language teaching in various cultural contexts, with a real focus on student oral participation.
The past three or four decades have seen a steep rise in the number of cross-border operations taking place throughout the world, as measured in terms of trade flows (imports-exports), FDI (foreign direct investment), or joint venture initiatives. The scope and depth of today’s international business operations would suggest that cross-border contacts are inevitable for all but a small minority of companies. If we accept this premise, then it surely follows that those companies that wish to operate competitively should be prepared to adapt their operations accordingly.
GCSE Business Studies has been specifically written to meet the requirements of the National Criteria, and covers the new GCSE syllabi precisely. The book is a complete course companion and includes everything needed for GCSE Business Studies courses - knowledge, coursework, exam guidance and homework activities. It is written in a simple, straightforward style and, where appropriate, theory and knowledge are supported with visual material. A case study of a developing business is used as an integrating theme throughout the text, and exercises are tiered according to the degree of difficulty.
This book examines the mindset of a First Class student and highlights the strategies and techniques the author used to gain his First Class Honours degree. It will also inspire you to reach for new highs in your degree course and beyond.
Following on from the successes of the original A2 English Pack, we are pleased to advise that we are now publishing an 85-page Supplementary Resource Pack to the 106-page original, which includes analysis of She Stoops to Conquer, The Poetry of Hopkins, Tess of the D’ Urbervilles and The French Lieutenant’s Woman.
Those clients who purchased How to Succeed at A2 in English Literature would find the new Supplementary Pack an invaluable addition to their teaching aid library, while new customers can benefit from obtaining both the original pack and the supplementary pack from the outset.
The Supplementary Resource Pack is available as an add-on to previous purchases of How to Succeed in A2 English Literature.
As a generalisation, researchers tend to be interested in data (from an investigation) which is collected at that point in time, whereas businesses tend to be interested in data which enables them to make year-on-year comparisons (of profits, market share etc.). What this supplement does is to take procedures, from the original text, and adapt them to moving data sets. (The kind of data principally used in business.)
For this supplement, Mark Taylor has not simply used examples from business to illustrate the statistical procedures explained in his original text Interacting with Statistics, he has produced a supplementary text which is a step-by-step manual to the variations on those (statistical) procedures, in order to account for the fundamental difference in the data (sets) used by businesses and researchers, principally moving data sets.
This book is designed to help students develop the various skills required to pass Key Skills Application of Number Level I.
This book is designed to help students develop the various skills required to pass Key Skills Application of Number Level 2.
This book is designed to help students develop the various skills required to pass Key Skills Communication Level 1/Adult Literacy Level 1.
This book is written to guide students through the essentials of New CLAiT 2006, whether they are working alone or enrolled on a course. The materials can be used effectively by all college classes and training courses. The book provides the necessary knowledge for each unit, with practice assessments at the end of each section. Every aspect of the Syllabus is covered in full.
TEFL 101: Principles, Approaches, Methods & Techniques is an allencompassing, straight-talking treatise on language teaching.
Containing 101 mini-chapters, the book covers all aspects of classroom management, with many practical tips, and also outlines various methods, schools of thought and points of relevance regarding Teaching English as a Foreign Language.