Free reference Kindle books for 10 Oct 18

Guide To Smartphones

by Rohit Toshavat

Do you need a smartphone? To answer this question, we should know
why these phones are called smartphones.
Smartphones are different
from traditional phones in the features they offer. You no longer have
to carry your laptop or sit the entire day in front of your desktop
computer to perform all the tasks that you need to do.
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the info
you need
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Financial Accounting by Saleem Barith

by Author.A.Saleem Barith

This Book Help For like Financial Accountant, College Student and School Students. Accounts Related Employees More Helpful of This Book.



The ESL Teacher’s Handbook.: Manual del Profesorado de Inglés como Segundo Idioma

by Samuel Garcelán Martín

El siguiente manual busca convertirse en una herramientade consulta habitual para el profesor novel de inglés como segundo idioma. Todo profesor falto de experiencia conoce la importancia de disponer de una guía accessible, comprensible y llena de ejemplos que le ayude no solo a construir una programación de aula propia, sino a organizar y administrar sus clases para que el aprendizaje significativo prenda entre las y los estudiantes, tanto de ensenÌ?anza secundaria como de programas públicos de formación con contenidos transversales en ingles.
El manual repasará aspectos más teóricos, tales como el análisis de la legislación espanÌ?ola, las metodologías de trabajo o las Competencias Clave, pero dedicará su mayor parte al día a día de una clase de ingles. Aprenderemos cómo a través del análisis de la realidad de nuestros estudiantes podremos planificar el trabajo diario en el aula y elaborar actividades motivadoras y estimulantes del conocimiento. El manual nos guiará en la creación de contenidos y materiales adaptados a los intereses del alumnado, además de ayudarnos a la toma de decisiones respecto a las evaluaciones o el tratamiento de la diversidad.
Por último, una amplia bibliografía y webgrafía ofrece recursos suficientes para la investigación y la preparación autonoma de actividades de aprendizaje significativo.



L-Carnitina: La píldora increíble (Spanish Edition)

by Hanson Sanchez

Aprenderás las sorprendentes cosas de la espalda L-carnitina. Cómo te ayuda a perder peso ahora te da energía y otros derivados de



Simplified Statistics and Probability: A Mathematics Book for High Schools and Colleges

by Kingsley Augustine

This book, Simplified Statistics and Probability, has been carefully written to teach you the major topics in statistics and probability by explaining them with a mindset to fully equip you in the topics. Whether you want this book for general studies of these topics in maths, or you want this book to study for an exam, you will find it a very useful tool.
This eBook is a mathematics teacher which is suitable for students in high schools or secondary schools and students in colleges. It will also serve as a useful tool for students who are preparing for entrance examinations into colleges and universities. Students in the higher institutions taking courses in mathematics will also find this book on statistics and probability useful, especially when there is need for improved statistical foundation for such students.
The step by step explanations presented in the worked examples are easy to understand since care was taken to sufficiently explain salient points and mathematical ideas. Efforts have been made to achieve a complete and simplified explanation of every example given in this textbook. Many worked examples have been included in each topic in order to fully cover every complexity the topic might contain. This book will boost your level of understanding of statistics and probability.
Numerous exercises at the end of each chapter are intended to test students’ understanding of the topic. Therefore students are thus presented with an effective means of self-assessment whereby they can determine their individual strengths and revision needs.
The topics covered in this eBook include major areas in high school statistics and probability. The topics include:

-COLLECTION AND TABULATION OF DATA
-MEAN, MEDIAN AND MODE OF UNGROUPED DATA
-COLLECTION AND TABULATION OF GROUPED DATA
-MEAN, MEDIAN AND MODE OF GROUPED DATA
-MEAN DEVIATION
-VARIANCE AND STANDARD DEVIATION
-QUARTILES AND PERCENTILES BY INTERPOLATION METHOD
-THE BASIC THEORY OF PROBABILITY
-PROBABILITY ON SIMPLE EVENTS
-PROBABILITY ON PACK OF PLAYING CARDS
-PROBABILITY ON TOSSING OF COINS
-PROBABILITY ON THROWING OF DICE
-MISCELLANEOUS PROBLEMS ON PROBABILITY

Readers with mathematical mindsets will find these topics well simplified, thereby making statistics and probability more interesting.
A constructive review of this mathematics textbook will be highly appreciated from buyers so as to give an overview to others who intend to purchase a copy of it, and also to be a form of advice for the author when revising the book.



Abdallah Khaja,Passive Income Secrets_ The Essential How-to Guide for Creating Financial Freedom and Living the Life You Have Always Wanted!

by Abdallah Khaja

This book is very help full to you if you are on a journey of entrepreneurship.please buy this and support me.



Words Speak Louder than Actions: The Words Youâ??ve Definitely Heard But Probably Donâ??t Know the Meaning Of. Exciting stories about the origin of the words that we use every day.

by Avan T.Garde

What is this book about?

Hello to all curious readers. About a year ago I set myself a goal – to make a note every time I see or hear any “strange” word, the meaning of which I hardly know, but which I definitely already heard (while reading a book, watching a movie, listening music, communicating with people, etc.). In addition, I became interested in the origin of some words that we constantly use (for example, we all know the words Deja vu, A priori, Cliche, Sabotage; but where did these terms come from and why are they called like that?). And so the idea of this book was born.

Who is this book for?

This book is for those who want to know the difference between Idiom, Axiom, Allegory, Oxymoron, and Euphemism; for those who want to understand, in simple terms, what is Diffusion, Osmosis, or Quantum leap; for those who would be interested to know that the term “narcissism” comes from the Greek myth about Narcissus (a young man, who fell in love with his own image reflected in a pool of water); for those who would be interested to know that when King Charles the Second was fleeing the Roundheads, he is reputed to have offered his helpers a “Carte Blanche”. It was a blank sheet of paper with his signature at the bottom. The recipient of this could then write anything they wanted above the royal signature and it would be legal; for those who want to know the meaning and the history of Impressionism, Renaissance, Decadence, Expressionism or Baroque; who want to understand what is Bourgeoisie, Timocracy, or Feudalism; and even for those who want to know what the Large Hadron Collider is.

Have a great time.



Outsourcing Student Success: The History of Institutional Research and the Future of Higher Education

by Joseph Wycoff

Colleges and universities have engaged in a bewildering succession of reform efforts to improve institutional performance and student success in higher education since the 1960s, with little success. After more than fifty years of seeking solutions internally, institutions are turning more and more to outside, for-profit firms to do it for themâ??raising important questions about the mission and the future of higher education.

The history of the institutional research profession provides an important perspective on the inability of higher education executives to deliver fully on the promise of data based decision-making at American colleges and universities. Since its inception in the early twentieth century, the institutional research profession has sought to advance modern management techniques, data analytics, and knowledge about what works in college student success. The profession’s struggle to spur reform has contributed to the ongoing crisis in US higher education and the recent turn to outsourcing student success solutions to private sector vendors of data science.

An independent and critical analysis of the history of institutional research in higher education administration, this book explores the history of the profession from the early twentieth century to the present and the culture of non-accountability that rose in opposition to forestall research on higher education. The narrative delivers a cautionary tale for those carrying forward the mantle of higher education reform and reveals to policy makers, administrators, faculty, students and families the reasons why the data that institutions collect, analyze, and publicize have not advanced college student success.



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