A Day at the Races - пятый студийный альбом британской рок-группы Queen, выпущенный в 1976 году.Ремастированное издание.
Who doesn't want to learn how to play the ukulele? The uke is hot. And learning to play this instrument at a basic level is quick and easy for even the most inexperienced musicians – especially with Ukulele in a Day For Dummies! With this great introductory package, readers get the information they need to pick up a ukulele and try it out. Ukulele in a Day For Dummies: Covers ukulele basics Introduces readers to basic chords and strumming patterns Provides everything needed for readers to play a simple tune or two at the end of the day! Comes with access to 29 audio tracks and a half dozen instructional videos so you can read, hear, and see how to play the uke
Ring! Ring! Ring! The Fire Fighters are coming. A house is on fire and the Fire Fighters are on their way to save the day. DK Readers will help your child learn to read and encourage a life-long love of reading whilst learning all about brave Fire Fighters! DK Readers are part of a five-level highly pictorial reading scheme, which uses lively illustrations and engaging stories to encourage reading. Level 2 Readers have long sentences, increased vocabulary, information boxes and a simple index. Read them together with children who are beginning to read alone and with early or reluctant readers.
A charming series of adventures for younger readers, featuring a family of all sorts of animals that live in the farmyard behind the tumble-down barn on Mudpuddle Farm…Six fantastic stories in one volume!Mossop’s Last Chance:“There’s mice in my barley sacks, there’s rats in my roof and now there’s mice in the corn bin. This time I’ve had enough. If you aren’t up to the job, you will have to go.”Mossop the old farm cat likes to sleep – and not much else! So when Farmer Rafferty tells him to catch twenty-six mice by sunset, all the animals have to pull together to give Mossop one last chance…Albertine, Goose Queen:A fox is on the loose, and all the animals except Albertine the goose have hidden themselves inside. Albertine is safe on her island in the pond – at least so she thinks, until the fox starts swimming towards her…Jigger’s Day Off:Jigger the sheepdog has just one day off a year. Just one day to chase all those little animals hiding in the corn. But even the best made plans can go wrong…Pigs Might Fly!:It’s a long hot summer, and Pintsize the piglet wonders if it might be cooler in the sky. But when he tries to fly, he annoys just about everyone. It’s time he learned his lesson…Martians at Mudpuddle Farm:Have Martians landed on Mudpuddle Farm? Farmer Rafferty seems to think so. Now it’s up to Albertine, Goose Queen, to work it out. Luckily she’s the cleverest goose in the whole world, so if anyone knows what to do, she will…Mum’s the Word:Something strange is going on at Mudpuddle Farm. Egbert the goat is not himself at all. Instead of grumbling, he’s singing and dancing! And he’s even greedier than usual…
It's springtime at Silver Street Farm, and all the animals are getting ready to have their babies. The downside is that Flora, who usually runs the farm, has gone to look after her father's farm and the three children are on their own. At first things go smoothly but then one of the pigs breaks into Flora's caravan to make a nice warm nest for her babies, the mother hen leaves a rooster to look after her eggs and even Buster the dog has a surprise in store...
This is a Topsy and Tim story. Topsy and Tim have fun meeting all kinds of interesting animals at the farm. What happens when they meet some geese? Read it yourself with Ladybird is one of Ladybird's best-selling reading series. For over thirty-five years it has helped young children who are learning to read develop and improve their reading skills. Each Read it yourself book is very carefully written to include many key, high-frequency words that are vital for learning to read, as well as a limited number of story words that are introduced and practised throughout. Simple sentences and frequently repeated words help to build the confidence of beginner readers and the four different levels of books support children all the way from very first reading practice through to independent, fluent reading. Each book has been carefully checked by educational consultants and can be read independently at home or used in a guided reading session at school. Further content includes comprehension puzzles, helpful notes for parents, carers and teachers, and book band information for use in schools. TOPSY AND TIM: AT THE FARM is a Level 1 Read it yourself book, suitable for very early readers who are ready to take their first steps in reading real stories. Each simple story uses a small number of frequently repeated words.
The importance of rural non-farm employment is increasing day by day. Bangladesh is a agricultural based country. Most of the agricultural labour gets work on crop season only. The agricultural labour who have no skill on non-farm activities, they have no other alternatives to get job other than farm activities. Level of skill is a major determinants of having non-farm employment. There is a backward and forward farm and non-farm employment linkages. Backward activities includes input supply from non-farm sector to farm sector and forward activities includes processing of farm outputs. The research studies shows that the farm to non-farm backward, forward and total employment linkage both for Aman and Boro rice were 0.16, 0.41 and 0.58 respectively, which meant that for producing, processing and marketing of Aman and Boro rice per hectare, total of 16, 41 and 58 maydays of backward, forward and total employment were created in non-farm sector against 100 maydays of employment in farm sector. For reducing poverty in a country like Bangladesh it would be a solution to skill up the poor agricultural labour on different non-farm trades and need to diversify crop production.
This research investigated the reading strategies used by students at university level in Venezuela when reading in their native language, Spanish, and in reading English as a foreign language. The effects of proficiency level and of frequency of reading on the frequency and type of reading comprehension strategies in Spanish (L1) and English (L2) were also examined. The findings revealed that word problem focused strategies were used little in L1, where text strategies evidencing a top-down approach were evident, especially among more proficient readers. In L2, there was more use of word problem strategies, with more proficient readers having a wider repertoire. The conclusion supports partially investigations that have linked the transfer of native language reading strategies to second/foreign language proficiency, where a minimum threshold is required.
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The study was conducted with farmers where the author used new technology for the extension of the information using Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for increasing farm productivity of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Agricultural University Extension Center (BAUEC) has been using the ICT tools for supplying farm information to the farmers at the present time and this is a new dimension in Bangladesh agricultural sector. According to the design of this work, author developed her research instruments to find out the impact of ICT mediated extension services on farm productivity as well as their awareness on ICT tools in day to day farm life.
A captivating exploration of how a family gets a farm ready for the snow of winter, Sleep Tight Farm lyrically connects each growing season to the preparations at the very end of the farm year. This beautiful and informative book paints a fascinating picture of what winter means to the farm year and to the family that shares its seasons, from spring's new growth, summer's heat, and autumn's bounty to winter's well- earned rest. All year long the farm has worked to shelter us, feed us, keep us warm, and now it's time to sleep.
Robert Poste's child is back at Cold Comfort Farm. But all is not well. Flora finds the farm transformed into a twee haven filled with Toby jugs and peasant pottery, and rooms labelled "Quiete Retreate" and "Greate laundrie". It is, Flora winces, "exactly like being locked in the Victoria and Albert Museum after closing time". Worse, the farm is hosting a conference of the pretentious International Thinkers Group - a group made up of the "sadistic owl" Mr Peccavi, loathsome Mr Mybug and the overpowering Mrs Ernestine Thump. And worst of all, there are no Starkadders at Cold Comfort Farm. All the he-cousins have gone abroad to make their fortunes and the female cousins are having a pretty thin time of it. Once again the sensible Flora decides to take the situation in hand.