Rembulan tenggelam di wajahmu

Rembulan tenggelam di wajahmu
Author: Tere-Liye
Publisher: Penerbit Republika
Total Pages: 436
Release: 2009
Genre: Indonesian fiction
ISBN: 9791102465

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Proceedings of the International Conference on Learning and Advanced Education (ICOLAE 2022)

Proceedings of the International Conference on Learning and Advanced Education (ICOLAE 2022)
Author: Mauly Halwat Hikmat
Publisher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 2656
Release: 2023-08-29
Genre: Education
ISBN: 2384760866

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This is an open access book. The COVID-19 pandemic in the last two years has influenced how educational system works. Online learning became the primal policy taken by all institutions in the world to lower the risk of the virus spread. Despite the drawbacks of the online learning, teachers and students were accustomed with the distant learning through web meetings, Learning Management Systems (LMS) and other online learning platforms. In that time, topics under digital learning and education 5.0 were the main stakes in academic disseminations. This year some institutions start to conduct their teaching and learning process classically as before the pandemic, others are still continuing online and not few are in hybrid. This leaves a question: what learning reform should be made in post-pandemic era? This conference invites researchers, experts, teachers and students to discuss the coping solutions of the question. It is important for them to contribute to the understanding of re-imaging online education for better futures, innovative learning design, new skills for living and working in new times, global challenge of education, learning and teaching with blended learning, flipped learning, integrating life skills for students in the curriculum, developing educators for the future distance learning, humanities learning in the digital era, assessment and measurement in education, challenges and transformations in education, technology in teaching and learning, new learning and teaching models. Not limited to these, scholars may add another interesting topic related to learning reform in post-pandemic era to present.

ICLLE 2019

ICLLE 2019
Author: Syahrul R
Publisher: European Alliance for Innovation
Total Pages: 590
Release: 2019-07-19
Genre: Education
ISBN: 1631902075

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As an annual event, International Conference on Language, Literature, and Education in Digital Era (ICLLE) 2019 continued the agenda to bring together researcher, academics, experts and professionals in examining selected theme by language, literature and education in digital era. In 2019, this event held in 19-20 July 2019 at Padang, Indonesia. The conference from any kind of stakeholders related with Language and literature especially in education. Each contributed paper was refereed before being accepted for publication. The double-blind peer reviewed was used in the paper selection.


Publisher: Alaf 21
Total Pages: 673
Release: 101-01-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9831248759

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Tiba-tiba saja Kamal Hanafi hendak kahwin! Dia nekad mahu menjadi suami terbaik. Sejak pertemuan secara tidak sengaja, puas dia mencari rumah si gadis. Tidak sangka, Sharina si gadis manis itu adik kepada kawan baiknya sendiri. Tanpa rasa malu, dia meluahkan rasa suka kepada Sharina melalui Hisham. Hisham yang sudah tahu hati budi Kamal, memberi jaminan bahawa adiknya pasti akan hidup bahagia di samping lelaki itu. Sebagai adik yang taat, Sharina setuju mengikut kehendak abangnya. Namun, terselit juga rasa ingin membalas dendam. Kenal pun tidak, macam mana hendak bertentang mata? Kamal Hanafi harus diuji. Selepas hidup bersama, ternyata Kamal suami yang baik, tetapi keluarga mertuanya cukup merimaskan. Kerana rasa sayangnya yang tidak ternilai, Sharina sanggup menjadi mangsa keadaan. “Dalam genggaman rindu, Kamal terus menunggu. Ke bahagiaan yang pernah dikecapi, mungkinkah hadir kembali

Rembulan tenggelam di wajah-Mu

Rembulan tenggelam di wajah-Mu
Author: Tere-Liye (pseud. van Darwis Darwis.)
Total Pages: 456
Release: 2007
Genre: Indonesian fiction (Malay)
ISBN: 9789793858135

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Tua and the Elephant

Tua and the Elephant
Author: R.P. Harris
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Total Pages: 206
Release: 2012-04-06
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 1452116539

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Ten-year-old Tua—Thai for "peanut"—has everything she needs at home in Chiang Mai, Thailand, except for one thing she's always wanted: a sister. In the market one day, Tua makes an accidental acquaintance—one with wise, loving eyes, remarkable strength, and a very curious trunk. And when Tua meets Pohn-Pohn, it's clear this elephant needs her help. Together, the unusual team sets off on a remarkable journey to escape from Pohn-Pohn's vile captors. From the bustling night market to the hallowed halls of a Buddhist temple and finally, to the sanctuary of an elephant refuge, this clever girl and her beloved companion find that right under their noses is exactly what each has been searching for: a friend.


Author: Bryan Adams
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2013
Genre: Portrait photography
ISBN: 9783869306773

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In his new book, Wounded: The Legacy of War, Bryan Adams presents portraits of young British soldiers who have suffered life-changing injury in Iraq and Afghanistan or during training. His lens bears witness to their scars, disability and disfigurement. This unexpected directness challenges the viewer. At the same time the images reveal the sheer grit and bravery of the victims who, despite personal sacrifice, live each day with resolute vim, vigor and dignity. What we see are staggering portraits of inspiring individuals who whilst not faltering have stood the test of war and lived to tell the tale. The images come with haunting interviews which provide a narrative to each personal journey to recovery.

Children of the Sun

Children of the Sun
Author: Morris West
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Total Pages: 90
Release: 2017-08-23
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 1760638293

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For his internationally bestselling Children of the Sun, Morris West walked the streets of impoverished postwar Naples to investigate the plight of the street children. He tells the story of Father Mario Borrelli who established a home for the children and became world-renowned as a result of this book. Though eight years old, his body is so small, his face so pinched, you would take him for five or six. Antonino is an abandoned child struggling for survival in the dark alleys of Naples. He is one of thousands whose waking hours are spent in petty crime and whose bed is a street grating above a baker's oven. Yet there is hope, in the shape of a young priest, Mario Borrelli. In a journey of self-transformation and love, Father Borrelli befriends the street children and sets up a support network for them: The House of the Urchins. Morris West spent time in the slums of impoverished postwar Naples. His chilling account of the local street urchins in his international bestseller Children of the Sun drew the world's attention to their plight, and offers a timeless insight into child poverty. West's portrayal of Father Borelli has inspired many others to follow in Borelli's footsteps. 'One of the most moving stories I have ever read.' Eleanor Roosevelt 'Will touch the hearts and consciences of many.' New York Herald Tribune

Child's Play

Child's Play
Author: Maja Pitamic
Publisher: New Holland Australia(AU)
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2008
Genre: Child development
ISBN: 9781847731616

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For children, playing is learning, and this book is filled with more than 60 Montessori-inspired play-and-learn ideas. The games are arranged progressively, starting with simple games for infants and advancing to games and activities suitable for toddlers. Includes game instructions and suggested activities for parents and their children.

Morphological Theory

Morphological Theory
Author: Andrew Spencer
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Total Pages: 532
Release: 1991-08-26
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9780631161448

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This is the first near-exhaustive introduction to the burgeoning field of morphology in generative grammar. Presupposing very little prior knowledge of linguistics, the book guides the reader from absolute basics to the most recent theoretical developments. Written in an accessible style, and including a wealth of exercises, this textbook is designed so that it can be used either on courses explicitly focused on morphology or as an adjunct to other courses, particularly in generative syntax and in phonology. The book opens with an account of the phenomena studied by morphologists, an outline of classical problems and an introduction to the earliest models of morphology proposed within the generative paradigm. Its second part deals with the interface between morphology and phonology and includes a detailed discussion of lexical Phonology, and related models, as well as a variety of types of nonconcatenative morphology. Part III begins with a comprehensive introduction to more recent theories of word structure, including inflectional morphology. Subsequent chapters examine the interface between morphology and syntax, exploring the processes which affect grammatical relations, such as passives and causatives. Further chapters examine compounding processes and the morphology, phonology and syntax of clitic systems. The final part of the book includes a full discussion of "bracketing paradoxes" and closes with a survey of models of morphology and competing views of the place of morphology in linguistic theory.