New PDF release: A Sample Lexicon of Pan-Arabic

By Ernest T. Abdel-Massih

ISBN-10: 1607852209

ISBN-13: 9781607852209

This quantity comprises 5,405 of the elemental high-frequency spoken Arabic phrases appropriate in shape with sleek Literary Arabic -- phrases which are generally and obviously recognizable with greatest applicability through the Arab international locations and are a great technique of verbal exchange for the person.

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Using a design similar to the one discussed above, the investi­ gators presented elementary school principals with information concern­ ing how their teachers had rated them and how they had rated an ideal principal. Other principals rated in a similar way were not given this feedback information. The results of the study indicated that feedback was associated with changes in the principals' behavior. The application of feedback techniques in educational settings provides a possible way of making the behavior of teachers, principals, and other school personnel more effective.

She was also asked how she thought her pupils would describe her. Then the teacher was asked to administer a questionnaire to her students containing the same items. " The pupils' responses were randomly divided into experimental and control groups. The teachers of the pupils in the experimental group received a report indicating where on the 12-item scale the median pupil had ranked the teacher and where the median pupil had rated the "best imaginable" teacher on the same twelve items. Similar reports were prepared for but not given to the teachers in the control group until the experiment was completed.

Discipline: are school practices changing? Clearing House, 1949, 23, 267-273. 14. Jackson, P. W. Life in chssrooms. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1968. 15. Kaplan, L. The annoyances of elementary school teachers. Journal of Educational Research, 1952, 45, 649-665. 16. Lee, G. C. The changing role of the teacher. In J. Goodlad ( E d . ) , The changing American school. Sixty-fifth yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education. Part II. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1966.

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