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Fiksie: Mills & Boon

Fiksie  -  Mills & Boon
R 98
Om 'n locumverpleegster te wees, pas Rebel Taylor uitstekend. Geen bande, verhoudings of romanse nie. Wat kan sy in elk geval 'n man bied met die dat haar familie die Huntington gene dra. Maar Duncan McFee, Albuquerque se seksieste dokter, stem nie saam nie. Hy is vasbeslote om hierdie pragtige, wonderlike vrou van plan te laat verander en haar verhaal laat hom boonop sy hart op die spel plaas.
Publication date: 2016-04-01
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Education: General

Education  -  General
R 380
Both in and outside the classroom, a teacher always requires sound communication skills. In an instructional context, a clear and expressive voice is the primary mode of communication, and the teacher is most often the initiator of any written or spoken message. When the message is not conveyed effectively, misunderstandings, misconceptions and even situations of conflict often arise. South African classrooms have become increasingly diverse and this has complicated communication in the classroom. Many teachers are faced with the challenge of facilitating learning in a language generally not spoken by their learners as a home language. A policy of additive multi- or bilingualism is therefore encouraged, and as teachers, we need to encourage learners to value their own mother tongue as well as those spoken by others. If teachers have even a limited knowledge of at least one other language spoken by their learners, it goes a long way towards facilitating understanding and better learning. Communication, culture and the multilingual classroom equips the prospective teacher with these necessary communication and classroom literacies. It provides a useful and enriching guide for interacting with many different people at many different levels in the learning environment. Additional resources include useful tips and information on learning and using new words and phrases from different languages, including units that focus specifically on Afrikaans, Northern Sotho, Tswana, Zulu and Xhosa.
Publication date: 2016-01-01
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Popular Psychology / Populêre Sielkunde

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Popular Psychology / Populêre Sielkunde
R 240
Is Intelligence Skin Deep?

'Smart, accessible and stimulating, Black Brain White Brain is by far the most important book yet written to systematically debunk society's lingering attachments to race science and its pet topics of intelligence, genetics and civilization.'

- Jonathan Jansen, University of Free State

Racist thinking - that intelligence is influenced by racial origin, for example - was part of mainstream science a century ago and, surprisingly, is still endorsed by maerick scientists at some of the world's most respectable institutions today. The myths being perpetuated on genetics, race, IQ and general intelligence are what Black Brain, White Brain challenges - precisely, systematically and in painstaking detail.

In this immensely readable book Evans tackles highly complex subjects, from the origin of humans and the genesis of intelligence to athletic performance and genes, IQ and cleverness, in a fluent and engaging style that makes science accessible and the facts absorbing. Persuasive, without being didactic or sermonising, and lightened by a wry sense of humour, Evans's text weaves it all together in such a way that one is keen to follow all the threads the better to see the larger tapestry.

Carefully balancing claims, testing dodgy propositions and presenting fairly the theories of modern scientists and evolutionary psychologists, Evans shows just how uniform we are, genetically, as a species and that it's mainly the environment we grow up and live in that's the strong determining factor in general intelligence.

`Punchy and perceptive, Evans' passionate and wide-ranging debunking of hereditarian views of race in areas ranging from archaeology to IQ and sport deserves wide readership in South Africa and beyond'

- Saul Dubow, Queen Mary, University of London
Publication date: 2015-03-01
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: General / Algemeen

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  General / Algemeen
R 375
South African classrooms reflect our diverse cultures and rich languages. This is a practical tool to help teachers and teachers in training understand the importance of South Africa's linguistic heritage in our schools today. This guide will empower educators to reach out to learners and parents from different linguistic backgrounds and to harness the power of diversity in their classrooms.
Publication date: 2007-01-06

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