Teorema impartirii cu rest

Descriere

In orice impartire avem doua numere naturale:

Deimpartitul notat cu d si Impartitorul notat cu i, i nu este 0.

Dupa efectuarea impartirii obtinem doua numere: Catul, notat cu c si restul notat cu r.

Numerele deimpartitului (d), impartitorul (i), catul (c) si restul (r) verifica egalitatea:

Deimpartitul= Impartitorul  x Catul + Restul

Restul < Impartitorul

Sau d= i x c + r;

r<i relatie numita teorema impartirii cu rest sau teorema impartirii intregi

Numerele cat(c)  si rest (r) gasket la impartire sunt unice.

Sursa: matematica cls 3-4

Let love be your highest goal!

IMG_20160717_074834If I ever forget, remind me that love is all that matters, simple, natural love for people and life as taught in the Bible. „Love is kind, love never fails.”

The sky is the limit. There are endless ways for you to fill the world with your love.

No matter  who you are, where you shelter or what you are by profession, Let love be your highest goal!

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Let love be your highest goal

Inspiration

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I love people and most of all I long for meeting inspirational people, great spirits that can spark up my existence.

“Be Who You Are and Say What You Feel Because
Those Who Mind Don’t Matter
and Those Who Matter Don’t Mind.” (Dr. Seuss)

Yesterday I spent 6 hours with the wonderful, energetic, creative and inspiring teacher, trainer and author, the one and only, Mrs Jenny Dooley.

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I admire her enthusiasm, her positive energy, strength, dedication to teaching ELT and creativity. I am amazed by her talents and skillfulness to create learning and teaching materials for so many ages and levels, starting with very young and including high school.

Jenny Dooley has been actively involved in the creation of  children’s theatre
groups,  which aim at stimulating young learners’ imaginations while enhancing their
English language learning.

I hug her and send her by best wishes. Keep up the great work!

 

 

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Just living is not enough, said the Butterfly. One must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower. (Hans Christian Anderson)

5 keys to help your learners

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Key #1 Know your learners

Key #2 Engage your students (Have fun and play games)

„Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I will learn.”          (Benjamin Franklin)

Key #3 Teacher’s role is of great importance and makes a huge difference

Key #4 Set your learners up for success: demonstrate progress, motivate, praise, practice, consolidate, Review & revise

Key #5 Help your learners to be global citizens

21st century skills

CREATIVE OUTPUT

COLLABORATION

COMMUNICATION

CRITICAL THINKING

Literary terms

Functions of setting

Setting as a mirror = a storm breaks out as one of the characters in the story is feeling confused and angry

Setting as an antagonist = the main character in the story rebels against his restrictive social environment

Setting as a way of revealing character = the story is set in a grey and depressing urban setting, however, in a moment of great happiness one of the characters sees the world around him as joyous and celebratory.

Character

Protagonist = the central character of the plot

Antagonist = the character against whom the central character struggles

Round character = a character who shows emotional and intellectual depth and who is capable of growing and changing

Flat character = a character who embodies or represents a single characteristic

Type or caricature = often a one – dimensional character who is distorted for humorous purposes

Dynamic character = a character who changes as a result of the experiences he has had

Static character = a character who remains untouched by the events in the story.

Methods for conveying character

The technique of telling = the author interrupts the narrative to comment on the character’s personality, thoughts or actions

The technique of showing = the author allows the character to reveal themselves through what they do and say.

PLOT – refers to an author’s arrangement of the events that make up a story. The plot of a work is not necessarily the same time as the story. Stories usually follow a chronological order: they start at the beginning and proceed chronologically until the end. Plots do not always follow this pattern. Many writers choose to mix up events in order to provoke specific response in the reader.

THEME is the central idea that directs and shapes the subject matter of a story play, or poem. It is the view of life or insights into human experiences that the author wishes to communicate to his reader. The theme of a literary work should not be confused with the subject or the story. To say that a work is about love is not identifying the theme, it is merely stating the subject matter. Saying what happens in a story is also not a way of identifying the theme, it is simply summarizing the plot. The theme s the abstract, generalized comment or statement the author makes about the subject of the story. It is the answer tot the question “ What does the story mean?”, not “What is the story about?”