BBC English Plus Interactive (30 CDs) !FULL!
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BBC English Plus Interactive (30 CDs)
30 bilingual DVDROM with video and text lessons, interactive exercises, tests and a vocabulary. 300 lessons with examples and the differences between British and American English.More than 2,300 interactive exercises with audio function to Listen, Repeat and Compare and its exclusive "online checking system" that automatically shows any mistake made and takes you to the text lesson required to answer correctly.
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On 12-17 July 1976, at University College of North Wales, Bangor, B.P. Reardon organized ICAN I. After the conference he edited a volume entitled Erotica Antiqua (1977), which was a record of the opening session plus dinner and speaker; the names of the speakers and the titles of their papers (49 in number; by country: UK 17, USA 8, Canada 7, Germany 4, France 3, The Netherlands 3, Spain 3, Italy 1, Mexico 1, New Zealand 1, Romania 1); the names and addresses (without email) of the 75 participants; longish abstracts of each paper; detailed menu with wine list, presider, and speaker at the conference dinner. The concluding reception was held at the house of Bryan and Janette Reardon. He notes that "the idea took shape in my mind for holding a meeting of scholars interested in the ancient novel ... and an occasion offered itself in the coming centenary, in 1976, of Rohde's major study Der griechische Roman ..." The Times (price 12 pence), 17 July 1976, reported on the conference. The sainted J.P. Sullivan and I made the journey to Bangor from London by train in a second-class car but with a first-class hamper from Fortnum and Mason. Of the 75 participants at least 19 have died, and 15 are still active in novel studies. The organizer of ICAN I died on 6 November 2009; at ICAN III (2000) in Groningen his students and colleagues (those who took part in ICAN I) had held a surprise dinner for him and Janette. Photographic records (35 mm film) of ICAN I were destroyed in the development process, but group photographs of ICAN II (1989), III (2000, in color) and ICAN IV on-line, are precious mementos.
synthesize their knowledge of curriculum content, teaching strategies and the affordances and constraints of technological tools and resources. Layered behind and underneath these three intersecting domains of knowledge is the context of the classroom, including social, political, and cultural factors, plus student learning styles and preferences, among many other considerations. (Hofer & Harris, 2010)