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    Previously published under the title: Foreign language teacher's guide to active learning.
Note: Previously published under the title: Foreign language teacher's guide to active learning.
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    "This book is intended for undergraduate students in mechanical engineering. It covers the fundamentals of applied thermodynamics, including heat transfer and environmental control. A collection of 50 carefully tailored problems to promote greater understanding of the subject, supported by relevant property tables and diagrams are included. A solutions manual for instructors is also available upon request. Please send your request to sales@wspc.com"--
"This book is intended for undergraduate students in mechanical engineering. It covers the fundamentals of applied thermodynamics, including heat transfer and environmental control. A collection of 50 carefully tailored problems to promote greater understanding of the subject, supported by relevant property tables and diagrams are included. A solutions manual for instructors is also available upon request. Please send your request to sales@wspc.com"--
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    "This richly illustrated book written by Professor Kai Peter Birke and several co-authors addresses both scientific and engineering aspects of modern batteries in a unique way. Emphasizing the engineering part of batteries, the book acts as a compass towards next generation batteries for automotive and stationary applications. The book provides distinguished answers to still open questions on how future batteries look like. Modern Battery Engineering explains why and how batteries have to be designed for successful commercialization in e-mobility and stationary applications. The book will help readers understand the principle issues of battery designs, paving the way for engineers to avoid wrong paths and settle on appropriate cell technologies for next generation batteries. This book is ideal for training courses for readers interested in the field of modern batteries"--
"This richly illustrated book written by Professor Kai Peter Birke and several co-authors addresses both scientific and engineering aspects of modern batteries in a unique way. Emphasizing the engineering part of batteries, the book acts as a compass towards next generation batteries for automotive and stationary applications. The book provides distinguished answers to still open questions on how future batteries look like. Modern Battery Engineering explains why and how batteries have to be designed for successful commercialization in e-mobility and stationary applications. The book will help readers understand the principle issues of battery designs, paving the way for engineers to avoid wrong paths and settle on appropriate cell technologies for next generation batteries. This book is ideal for training courses for readers interested in the field of modern batteries"--
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    Each level of the Student's Book has 10 units. Designed to be easy and enjoyable to teach, each unit features integrated skills and language practice. Units also include cultural awareness sections that connect learners to their region and beyond. In addition, TOEIC-style practice sections allow students' progress to be measured.
Each level of the Student's Book has 10 units. Designed to be easy and enjoyable to teach, each unit features integrated skills and language practice. Units also include cultural awareness sections that connect learners to their region and beyond. In addition, TOEIC-style practice sections allow students' progress to be measured.
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    "Translation and Multimodality: Beyond Words is one of the first books to explore how translation needs to be redefined and reconfigured in contexts where multiple modes of communication, such as writing, images, gesture, and music, occur simultaneously. Bringing together world-leading experts in translation theory and multimodality, each chapter explores important interconnections between these related, yet distinct, disciplines. As communication becomes ever more multimodal, the need to consider translation in multimodal contexts is increasingly vital. The various forms of meaning-making that have become prominent in the twenty-first century are already destabilising certain time-honoured translation-theoretic paradigms, causing old definitions and assumptions to appear inadequate. This ground-breaking volume explores these important issues in relation to multimodal translation with examples from literature, dance, music, TV, film, and the visual arts. Encouraging a greater convergence between these two significant disciplines, this is an essential text for advanced students and researchers in Translation Studies, Linguistics and Communication Studies"--
"Translation and Multimodality: Beyond Words is one of the first books to explore how translation needs to be redefined and reconfigured in contexts where multiple modes of communication, such as writing, images, gesture, and music, occur simultaneously. Bringing together world-leading experts in translation theory and multimodality, each chapter explores important interconnections between these related, yet distinct, disciplines. As communication becomes ever more multimodal, the need to consider translation in multimodal contexts is increasingly vital. The various forms of meaning-making that have become prominent in the twenty-first century are already destabilising certain time-honoured translation-theoretic paradigms, causing old definitions and assumptions to appear inadequate. This ground-breaking volume explores these important issues in relation to multimodal translation with examples from literature, dance, music, TV, film, and the visual arts. Encouraging a greater convergence between these two significant disciplines, this is an essential text for advanced students and researchers in Translation Studies, Linguistics and Communication Studies"--
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  • Introduction / Monica Boria and Marcus Tomalin
  • Transposing meaning : translation in a multimodal semiotic landscape / Gunther Kress
  • A theoretical framework for a multimodal conception of translation / Klaus Kaindl
  • Meaning-(re)making in a world of untranslated signs : towards a research agenda on multimodality, culture, and translation / Elisabetta Adami and Sara Ramos Pinto
  • From the "cinema of attractions" to danmu : a multimodal-theory analysis of changing subtitling aesthetics across media cultures' / Luis Peฬrez-Gonzaฬlez
  • Translating "I" : Dante, literariness and the inherent multimodality of language / Matthew Reynolds
  • The multimodal dimensions of literature in translation / Marcus Tomalin
  • Translations between music and dance : analysing the choreomusical gestural interplay in twentieth- and twenty-first-century dance works / Helen Julia Minors
  • Writing drawingly : a case study of multimodal translation between drawing and writing / Tamarin Norwood
  • Beyond words : concluding remarks / Aฬngeles Carreres and Mariฬa Noriega-Saฬnchez.
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  • Teacher evaluation and culture
  • Framing the intersection between teacher evaluation and culture
  • Examining teacher evaluation from the cultural lenses of the developers
  • Unveiling teacher evaluation from the center by interrogating national models
  • Culturally responsive teacher evaluation
  • Proposing an exemplar of culturally responsive teacher evaluation
  • Documenting culturally responsive teacher evaluation through teacher narratives
  • Supporting culturally responsive teacher evaluation through scenarios
  • Moving teacher evaluation beyond the boundaries
  • Reframing teacher evaluation : a new beginning and the way forward.