Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Radio Plus Tre is a radio station based in Fier. One of its DJ is VINI DJ. Fieri is a city in southwest Albania, in the district and county of the same name. It is located at 40°43 N 19°33 E / 40.717°N 19.55°E / 40.717, 19.55, and has a population of 82,297 (2005). Fier is 8 km (5 mi) from the ruins of the ancient Greek city of Apollonia. The history of Fier is bound up with that of the oil, gas and bitumen deposits nearby. It was founded by the Vrioni family, beys of Berat, as a market town in the 18th century. The presence of asphalt and burning escapes of natural gas in the vicinity was recorded as early as the 1st century AD. Dioscorides, in Materia Medica, describes lumps of bitumen in the adjacent river Seman, and the concentrated pitch on the banks of the Vjosë river, Strabo, writing in about A.D 17th states: " On the territory of the people of Apolonia in Illlyria there is what is called a nymphaeum. It is a rock which emits fire. Below it are springs flowing with hot water and asphalt... the asphalt is dug out of a neighboring hill: the parts excavated are replaced by fresh earth, which in time is converted to asphalt." slm
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Vincenzina "Vini" Ciccarello (born 1947), Australian politician, is a former Labor Party MP for the electoral district of Norwood. A mayor of Norwood for seven years, she was a well known identity in the eastern suburbs electorate. Ciccarello first won the seat of Norwood at the 1997 election. She retained the seat at the 2002 and 2006 election, but lost the seat at the 2010 election to Liberal Party candidate Steven Marshall. The Australian Labor Party (ALP, sometimes simply Labor) is an Australian political party. It has been the governing party of the Commonwealth of Australia since the 2007 federal election. Julia Gillard is the party's federal parliamentary leader and Prime Minister of Australia. Labor also currently governs in Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory. Founded in 1891 by the emerging labour movement in Australia, Labor is the country's longest running political party. Labor contested state seats from 1891 and federal seats following the Federation at the 1901 federal election.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Vincent "Vini" Gerard Reilly (born 4 August 1953, Higher Blackley, Manchester) is an English musician and leader of the post-punk group The Durutti Column. He was born in Heaton Park, Higher Blackley, Manchester, and raised in Withington, Wythenshawe and Didsbury, all also areas of Manchester. His father was an engineer who did not allow his five children to watch television, however, his death, saddened Vini, who was 16 at the time and laments it today because he didn't admire or know him enough. As a child, he played a lot of football, even once he was offered a trial for Manchester City F.C., but he declined, opting for music.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Vinica is a town in Macedonia, in the eastern region of the country. The town of Vinica is the seat of Vinica Municipality. The name Vinica is derived from word Vine (Vino), since the city was formerly noted for its vineyards. On terracota icons found in Vini ko Kale, the name of town is noted as Vinea or Vince. The town is located under the mountain of Pla kovica, in the southeastern part of the Ko ani valley. It covers the northern part of the river Bregalnica sinks. There are also several other rivers that flows thru Vinica, like Vini ka, Grade ka and Osojnica. Town is known for its historic Roman fortress, Vini ko Kale, situated on a hill overlooking the modern town.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Vini Poncia (born Vincent Poncia Jr., April 29, 1942) is an American musician, songwriter and record producer. In the 1960s, Poncia formed a songwriting team with Peter Anders. An album of songs co-written by these childhood friends The Anders & Poncia Album, was produced by Richard Perry and released in 1969. Their songs were recorded by artists including The Ronettes, Bobby Bloom, and Darlene Love. Anders and Poncia were also members of The Trade Winds and The Innocence. The Trade Winds's debut single "New York is a Lonely Town" reached no32 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1966. (In 1991, Japanese singer-songwriter Tatsuro Yamashita covered this song as "Tokyo is a Lonely Town".)
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Toby Tomanov (b. Philip Tomanov), is a drummer who played with various British bands including The Nosebleeds, Ludus, The Durutti Column, Blue Orchids and Primal Scream, working often with german singer Nico, known for her role with The Velvet Underground, while she was living in Manchester, England through the 1980s.Toby came from Wythenshawe, Manchester. There he attended school with Ed Garrity and Pete Crooks, with whom he shared musical interests. These three formed Wild Ram, which evolved into Ed Banger and the Nosebleeds, shortly after guitarist Vini Reilly joined. Although known in the Manchester area, they only released one single "Ain''t Bin To No Music School", in 1977. After the release of the single, Garrity and Reilly left the band, being replaced by Morrissey (later The Smiths singer and successful solo artist) and Billy Duffy (later of The Cult). The new band split up shortly afterward.
This book engages with important debates about multicultural British identities at a time when schools are expected to promote Fundamental British Values. It provides valuable insight into the need to investigate fluid and evolving identities in the classroom. What are the implications of Britishness exploration on young people's relationships with and within multicultural Britain? What are the complexities of teaching and learning Britishness? Emphasis on student voice, respectful and caring dialogue, and collaborative communication can lead to meaningful reflections. Teachers often require guidance though when teaching about multicultural Britain. The book argues that when students have safe spaces to share stories, schools can become critical sites of opportunity for reflection, resistance and hopeful futures.Foreword by Professor Vini Lander
If you have ever asked yourself 'How do I become an outstanding teacher?' then this is the book for you. Combining state-of-the-art practices with deep insight from many years' experience of teaching, the book develops and explains how to change practice and attain excellence as a teacher. Seven core themes are embedded in a four level hierarchy of practice that guides the reader from the fundamentals of successful teaching to the highest levels of accomplishment. The book offers: . A 'one-stop-shop' providing a structured and supported approach to becoming an outstanding teacher . A unique action planning feature at the end of each level, creating a platform for your personal development . A range of guided reflection activities, to help develop your skills and understanding of the many aspects of teaching The unique focus on your individual development and creating an authentic identity as the foundation for excellence makes Outstanding Primary Teaching and Learning essential reading for the every trainee teacher or those wishing to enhance practice. 'There are a few educational texts that you do not want to put down, and this is one! The book will encourage, motivate and inspire trainee teachers, recently qualified, early career and established teachers to reach the heights of their potential. If becoming an outstanding teacher seems like an unattainable goal, this book will convince the reader otherwise. The author speaks to the reader, coaxing and encouraging, as if she was there by their side. She follows her own advice by creating innovative and stimulating sessions, but in text form. The accessible structure with reflection sections, activities, prompts, checklists, further reading, and thought provoking quotes and extracts, provides an interactive resource, for all those who aspire to be the best possible teacher for their pupils. In simple terms, an outstanding book, that provides a pathway through the minefield that education can be.' Dr. Tracy Whatmore, Senior Lecturer at the University of Birmingham, UK 'An easy to read book with sound practical advice underpinned by theory which every trainee teacher or early career teacher can dip into for guidance. It captures the essence of primary teaching through the metaphor of a coat and I'm sure readers will adapt their coats accordingly as they journey through the book.' Professor Vini Lander, Edge Hill University, UK 'Outstanding Primary Teaching and Learning' is an absolute must-read for teachers of any age or experience who would like to become more outstanding in their practice. Written from a unique and highly reflective perspective of pedagogy as an art, a proactive and inspiring approach is taken to journey the reader along a personalised path, enabled through highly constructive and reflective opportunities. Sally Hawkins inspires with her clear passion to primary teaching and learning, and considers all aspects of that which it takes to develop 'outstandingness'. With her methodical yet holistic approach to pedagogy, 'Outstanding Primary Teaching and Learning' takes a thoughtful and academic approach to deconstruct the constantly evolving machine that is primary education, into useable ideas and concepts. As a current PGCE student, I have found this to be an enormous asset to both my reflective practice in the classroom, but also through the contextualising of a complex and ever-changing education system.' Alexander S Phipps, Postgraduate Student, Institute for Education, The University of Chichester, UK 'Although this book is aimed at trainee primary school teachers, it will be equally useful for secondary school and more experienced teachers. By contextualising her examples around the analogy of 'the perfect jacket', Sally clearly outlines the complexities and challenges of modern teaching. However, through the systematic approach that she adopts and the examples she gives, she makes these challenges both achievable and desirable. She de-bunks some of the myths around 'outstanding' teaching and provides readers with clear frameworks and reference points from which they can evaluate and develop their own teaching. Sally's writing style is both personal and humorous, which will engage and motivate busy teachers. She seamlessly combines the latest
Kirkus Reviews Best Picture Book of 2018 School Library Journal Best Book of 2018 The Horn Book Best Picture Book of 2018 Shelf Awareness Best Children's Book of the Year Bank Street Best Children's Book of the Year A soccer story&#8212;for boy and girls alike! &#8220; Vini! Come! The field calls!&#8221; cries a girl as she and her younger brother rouse their community&#8212;family, friends, and the local fruit vendor&#8212;for a pickup soccer ( futbol) game. Boys and girls, young and old, players and spectators come running&#8212;bearing balls, shoes, goals, and a love of the sport. &#8220;Friends versus friends&#8221; teams are formed, the field is cleared of cows, and the game begins! But will a tropical rainstorm threaten their plans? The world&#8217;s most popular and inclusive sport has found its spirited, poetic, and authentic voice in Baptiste Paul&#8217;s debut picture book&#8212;highlighting the joys of the game along with its universal themes: teamwork, leadership, diversity, and acceptance. Creole words (as spoken in St. Lucia, the author&#8217;s birthplace island in the Caribbean) add spice to the story and are a strong reminder of the sport&#8217;s world fame. Bright and brilliant illustrations by debut children&#8217;s book illustrator Jacqueline Alcántara&#8212;winner of the We Need Diverse Books Illustration Mentorship Award&#8212;capture the grit and glory of the game and the beauty of the island setting where this particular field was inspired. Soccer fan or not, the call of The Field is irresistible.