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German Conversation Demystified (Demystified) (PAP/COM): Swick, Ed: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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German Conversation Demystified (Demystified) (PAP/COM)
German Conversation Demystified (Demystified) (PAP/COM)
著者名 Swick, Ed
出版社 : McGraw-Hill
出版年月 : 2009/12
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780071627221

BookWeb価格 : MYR 116.00
会員価格 : MYR 104.40

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言語 : German
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内容情報
Source: GER
Academic Descriptors: A20323000
Place of Publication: United States
Academic Level: Extracurricular
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Phoenix Public Library Holdings (Internal Code for CLS)

Unlock the riddle of speaking and interacting in German German Demystified provides you with a solid foundation for building conversation skills in that language. You can go at your own pace as you are guided through thefundamentals of communicating in German. Organized around everyday themes such as meeting people, making plans, and talking on the phone each chapter features an in-depth dialog presented both in the book and on the audio, coverage of essential communication skills (such as asking a question or making comparisons), review of key grammar points, and written and verbal activities to reinforce new communication skills.

Contents
Ch 1(greetings, "who is", and "what is") Ch 3: Asking Questions (describing people/nationalities) Ch 4: Making Plans (talking on the phone) Ch 5: Happy Birthday(numbers, dates) Ch 6: Sick and Tired (Future tense, accusative case) Ch 7: In a Restaurant(food and drink) Ch 8: Going Shopping (telling time, colors, possession) Ch 9: Traveling by Train (imperatives, using "should have") Ch 10: Trip to the Beach (weather, superlatives) Ch 11: Rich and Poor (possessives, the Euro) Ch 12: Car Trouble (prepositions) Ch 13: Time for Fun (past tense, contractions) Ch 14: Home Life (rooms, reflexives) Ch 15: Staying Informed (inanimate pronouns)Cultivating Change Using Appreciative Inquiry 19 Matthew Fifolt, Lori Lander The purpose of this chapter is to describe the utility and scope of appreciative inquiry and outline the benefits of this strengths-based approach to engage in meaningful self-assessment. 3. Promoting Positive Leadership 31 Peter C. Mather, Michael Hess Drawing from positive organizational scholarship, the authors describe strategies for moving from an ineffective focus on problems to leveraging organizational strengths for productive change 4. Thriving in College 41 Laurie A. Schreiner This chapter describes the phenomenon of thriving as a deep engagement in learning experiences. The author also identifi es multiple pathways to the acquisition of thriving and characteristics of communities that support thriving students. 5. Fostering Student Engagement by Cultivating Curiosity 53 Eileen Hulme, Daniel T. Green, Kimberly S. Ladd This chapter describes the results of a study that provides a rich understanding of the role of curiosity in facilitating academic and personal success in high-achieving college students. 6. Appreciative Inquiry in Teaching and Learning 65 Laura M. Harrison, Shah Hasan This chapter challenges the contemporary narrative that suggests higher education and student learning are in decline. Prescriptions for strengthening pedagogical processes by adapting principles from appreciative inquiry are also discussed. 7. Promoting Social Justice Through Appreciative Community Service 77 Peter C. Mather, Erin Konkle Social justice and community service have strong traditions in higher education. In this chapter, the authors describe ways in which positive psychology and appreciative inquiry inform the pursuit of social justice through community service activities. 8. Resources and Readings in Positive Psychology 89 Peter C. Mather, Eileen Hulme This chapter presents a variety of resources for higher education professionals interested in applying appreciative education principles to their work. INDEX 95