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Kadeja the Fulani Pearl Queen (English and French Version)

kadeja the fulani pearl queen (english and french version)

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ENGLISH An illustrated story which brings an individual experience from the Transatlantic Slave Trade into clear focus. Kadeja, is a young Ghanaian bride, newly married and deeply in love with her warrior husband, Kwesi. As the bridal party approaches the mosaic palace at Elmina Castle that Kwesi has built, the bridal party is set upon by Slave Traders,; many are killed and Kadeja is captured never to be seen again. The story gives a background to the marriage so the reader can understand fully the tragic couple’s relationship. Also included is a selection of pictures and maps to help the reader visualise and pinpoint where the story takes place. There are also a series of comprehension questions (with multiple choice answers) that will test the reader’s knowledge of the story and the wider Slave Trade. As the book is intended as a teacher’s resource for teaching the Transatlantic slave trade, it would be a useful addition to any school library, since students could read it for their own interest and to expend their knowledge of the subject. Kadeja the Fulani Pearl Queen would also be a text that any school librarian could recommend to History teachers to use in teaching this subject or include in a relevant book to loan out. The book could be read by able primary school students as well as Year 7 students upwards.” Review by Sam Sinclair– School Library Association FRENCH Une histoire illustrée qui fait ressortr une expérience individuelle de la traite transatlantque des esclaves. Kadeja, est une jeune mariée ghanéenne, nouvellement mariée et profondément amoureuse de son mari guerrier, Kwesi. Comme la famille des jeunes maries se rapproche du palais de la mosaïque au château d'Elmina que Kwesi a construit, les marchands d'esclaves ont ateint la fête nuptale ; beaucoup sont tués et Kadeja est capturé pour ne jamais être revu. L'histoire donne un contexte au mariage afn que le lecteur puisse comprendre pleinement la relaton tragique du couple. Une sélecton d'images et de cartes est également incluse pour aider le lecteur à visualiser et localiser l'histoire. Il y a aussi une série de questons de compréhension (avec des réponses à choix multples) qui vont tester les connaissances du lecteur sur l'histoire et la traite des esclaves en général. Comme le livre est conçu comme une ressource pédagogique pour la sensibilisaton à la traite transatlantque des esclaves, il serait un ajout utle à toute bibliothèque scolaire, puisque les élèves pourraient le lire dans leur propre intérêt et approfondir leurs connaissances sur le sujet. Kadeja la reine des perles peule serait également un texte que tout bibliothécaire scolaire pourrait recommander aux professeurs d'histoire d'utliser dans l'enseignement de ce sujet ou d'inclure dans un livre approprié à prêter. Le livre pourrait être lu par les élèves de sixième ainsi que les élèves à partr du niveau de la septème année....

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Believe In Your Vision

believe in your vision

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Hello and welcome to our short, introductory guide on the power of the law of attraction, well more importantly…How to put the law of attraction into action for your life! The Law of Attraction is a part of the New Thought Movement, suggesting that you can attract positive or negative experiences to yourself simply by altering your mindset. If you remain positive, good things will come your way and your overall happiness levels will improve. However, if you allow yourself to become negative, your experiences will become worse and you will lose the happiness you once had. Through the Law of Attraction, you must harness the power of your positive emotions and reject the negative feelings that may come your way. This will help not only in your personal life but also with your financial success....

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BECOME AN INTERNET EVANGELIST

become an internet evangelist

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When Jesus said in Mark 16: 15 that… “Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature…”, I am sure He had the internet in mind. He saw it... otherwise, how can we tell the whole wide world (www) that the Word Works Wonder (www) if not through the internet, … www dot…. This book will teach you: * What Internet evangelism is all about * How to effectively use Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, WhatsApp, etc for evangelism * Behaviour of Christians on the Social media * Characteristics of effective Church websites * How your ministry can use Social media the right way * Dynamics of the Social Media Pastor. etc Learn how to do this work effectively! Get equipped! ...

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Kadeja the Fulani Pearl Queen (English Version)

kadeja the fulani pearl queen (english version)

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An illustrated story which brings an individual experience from the Transatlantic Slave Trade into clear focus. Kadeja, is a young Ghanaian bride, newly married and deeply in love with her warrior husband, Kwesi. As the bridal party approaches the mosaic palace at Elmina Castle that Kwesi has built, the bridal party is set upon by Slave Traders,; many are killed and Kadeja is captured never to be seen again. The story gives a background to the marriage so the reader can understand fully the tragic couple’s relationship. Also included is a selection of pictures and maps to help the reader visualise and pinpoint where the story takes place. There are also a series of comprehension questions (with multiple choice answers) that will test the reader’s knowledge of the story and the wider Slave Trade. As the book is intended as a teacher’s resource for teaching the Transatlantic slave trade, it would be a useful addition to any school library, since students could read it for their own interest and to expend their knowledge of the subject. Kadeja the Fulani Pearl Queen would also be a text that any school librarian could recommend to History teachers to use in teaching this subject or include in a relevant book to loan out. The book could be read by able primary school students as well as Year 7 students upwards.” Review by Sam Sinclair– School Library Association...

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Key Principles to Success in Examinations

key principles to success in examinations

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Key Principles to Success in Examinations is a guide on how to be successful in examinations. With intense reading and understanding, no student would afford to fail any examination again. ...

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Key Principles to Success in Examinations

key principles to success in examinations

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Key Principles to Success in Examinations is a guide on how to be successful in examinations. With intense reading and understanding of this book by students, they won't afford to fail any examination again. ...

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Key Principles to Success in Examinations

key principles to success in examinations

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Key Principles to Success in Examinations is a guide on how to be successful in examinations. With intense reading and understanding by students, they won't afford to fail any examination again. ...

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Social Media Engagement for Churches

social media engagement for churches

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This book explores how churches, para-church ministries and individual in ministry can be more effective in their use of using social media to effectively accomplish the Great Commission. It reveals how, by following a proven process, you can deliver outstanding results that combining digital marketing know-how and scriptural principles to ultimately bring in the plentiful harvest of souls into the kingdom of God....

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The Invisible Student

the invisible student

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The Invisible Student is a true life story of the turn-around in the life of a failing student. It was during the times of failing that this student 'stumbled' on the laws that makes for academic success. These laws if followed diligently and consistently, delivers thesame results irrespective of the individual and background involved. Laws that have always been there, used and applied by all successful students whether consciously or unconsciously. It tells the story step-by-step of this turn-around in each chapter and gives very practical ways for the application of these laws....

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Exhibiting Academic Excellence

exhibiting academic excellence

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Exhibiting Academic Excellence is written to guide and direct students on how to overcome the challenges prevailing their academic performance. These challenges and the ways to overcome them is explained in the book. The book covers chapters on Why should I excel academically?, What are the obstacles to academic excellence, How can I excel academically?, The smart way to learn, Beyond academic excellence. Morgan Wopara is a subject matter when it comes to educating and coaching students on how to improve on their academic performance. He is a Petroleum Engineer by profession with Bachelors and Master Degree in Petroleum Engineering from Niger Delta University and Imperial College London. He has interests in reaching out to young people to make positive impact in their lives....

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From Reluctant Students To Willing Learners

from reluctant students to willing learners

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This is a value-packed book that has been written to equip educators, parents and any child care-giver with practical ways of bringing unwilling children out of their shells and engaging them for an optimal learning experience. There are 30 practical ways listed in the book, accompanied by quotes from great people from all over the world. ...

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The Ultimate Guide for International Students

the ultimate guide for international students

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1. Why study abroad? 2. What can I study abroad? 3. How do i get to study abroad? a. Make a plan b. Start your search c. How to Apply to Schools d. Apply for grants e. Apply for financial assistance f. Accept an offer 4. Preparation for studying abroad 1. Housing 2. Budgeting 3. What to pack 4. What to do on arrival a. The first days b. Adapt to the different expectations of the study c. Adapting to a new culture d. After studying abroad what else We think everyone should study abroad! There are so many reasons why studying abroad can be a life-changing experience. If you still need to be convinced why you should study abroad , consider these: WHERE SHOULD I STUDY ABROAD? Maybe you already know exactly in which country or continent you want to study - but in which university? Or maybe you are really open to countries, but you know you want to go to a top notch biology program since you were pre-medical. Another thing to consider: does your university partner with universities abroad? If so, this may be the easiest route for you, especially since it will likely be transparent when it comes to transferring credits. Many schools have partnerships with a variety of universities around the world, so ask your study office abroad. Also check out our in- depth study guides - we have detailed information on what it is like to study abroad in the world, by country. If you don't have a country in mind yet If you are of full age in English, it might not make sense to study in China. But if you are specifically studying world literature, studying in China might be a great idea. Some countries are known for different things, and while there are probably great programs in many countries, this can be a good place to start if you're just starting out. Consider the following ideas: Business and finance: think of the big cities that are hubs of activity: London, New York, Hong Kong, Toronto, Sydney and Tokyo. English and literature: the main literary centers include Santiago, Oxford, Paris, Saint Petersburg, Dublin and Edinburgh. Medicine and public health: developing countries often give you practical experience, but also think about the best health care in the world. Consider places like Denmark, South Africa, Ghana, Thailand or India. Politics and law: political hotspots include Brussels, Geneva and Washington, DC Engineering and technology: think of innovation poles like Singapore, San Francisco, Berlin, Tel Aviv, Stockholm and Lisbon. Visual arts: try a city with a rich cultural history of visual arts and tons of museums, like Florence, Paris, Barcelona, ​​Beijing or Chicago. Performing Arts and Music: Theater and music centers include (but are not limited to) Havana, Nashville, London, Johannesburg, Buenos Aires and Berlin. ...

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