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قديم 19-09-2010, 07:32 AM   #21

my-nana

سبحان الله وبحمده

 
تاريخ التسجيل: Mar 2009
التخصص: English language
نوع الدراسة: إنتساب
المستوى: الثالث
الجنس: أنثى
المشاركات: 1,939
افتراضي رد: طلبآتكم المستعجلة (بحوث ..برزنتيشن ..شرح ..وآجبآت ) الرجآء وضع الطلب هنآ..

موضوع رائع عن الأزياء الإسلاميه
Islamic fashion

Islamic Clothing





Islam gives guidance about all aspects of life, including matters of public decency. Islam has no fixed standard as to the style of dress or type of clothing that Muslims must wear. However, some minimum requirements must be met.

Islam has two sources for guidance and rulings: the Qur'an which is considered to be the revealed word of Allah, and the Hadith or traditions of the Prophet Muhammad, who
serves as a human role model and guide.

1st Requirement: What parts of the body are to be covered

The first bit of guidance given in Islam describes the parts of the body which must be covered in public.

For women: In general, standards of modesty call for a woman to cover her body, particularly her chest. The Qur'an calls for women to "draw their coverings over their chests," and the Prophet Muhammad instructed believing women to cover their bodies except for their face and hands. Most Muslims interpret this to require headcoverings for women. Some Muslim women cover the entire body, including the face and/or hands.


2nd Requirement: Looseness:

Islam also guides that clothing must be loose enough so as not to outline or distinguish the shape of the body. Skin-tight, body-hugging clothes are out, for both men and women. When in public, some women wear a cloak over their personal clothing as a convenient way to "hide their curves." In many predominantly Muslim countries, men's traditional dress is somewhat like a loose robe, covering from the neck to the ankles.

3rd Requirement: Thickness:

The Prophet Muhammad once warned that in later generations, there would be people "who are dressed yet naked." See-through clothing is not modest, for either men or women. The clothing must be thick enough so that the color of the skin it covers is not visible, nor the shape of the body underneath.

4th Requirement: Overall appearance:

The overall appearance of a person should be dignified and modest. Shiny, flashy clothing may technically meet the above requirements, but defeat the purpose of overall modesty.

5th Requirement: Not imitating others:

Islam encourages people to be proud of who they are. Muslims should look like Muslims, and not like mere imitations of people of other faiths around them. Women should be proud of their femininity and not dress like men. And men should be proud of their masculinity and not try to imitate women in their dress. For this reason, Muslim men are forbidden from wearing gold or silk, as these are considered feminine accessories.

6th Requirement: Decent but not flashy:

The Qur'an describes that clothing is meant to cover our private areas, and be an adornment (Qur'an 7:26). Clothing worn by Muslims should be clean and decent, neither excessively fancy nor ragged. One should not dress in order to gain the admiration or
sympathy of others.

Beyond the Clothing: Behaviors and Manners:

Islamic clothing is but one aspect of modesty. More importantly, one must be modest in behavior, manners, speech and appearance in public. Dress is only one aspect of the total being, and merely reflects what is present on the inside of a person's heart.

















وكل اللي عليك انك تنسخي الكلام والصور الى البوربوينت وتقدمية كعرض عن الازياء الاسلامية للمرأة وبإذن الله يعجبك :)

 

 

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قديم 20-09-2010, 05:11 AM   #22

my-nana

سبحان الله وبحمده

 
تاريخ التسجيل: Mar 2009
التخصص: English language
نوع الدراسة: إنتساب
المستوى: الثالث
الجنس: أنثى
المشاركات: 1,939
افتراضي رد: طلبآتكم المستعجلة (بحوث ..برزنتيشن ..شرح ..وآجبآت ) الرجآء وضع الطلب هنآ..

جبت لكم موضوع عن شخص أول مره قابلتيه وكيف قابلتيه واش شعورك تجاهه مثلا صديق الدراسه وغيره.......

When I first met my friend I was a new student in the high school ,at the beganning I really didn't like her and thought that she was proud person but later I found out that she is very shy girl ,cute and good . We were like twin , we loved the same things and it was nice to share her my secrets. I love her so much and though we don't attend the same college we still contact each other and chat about our colleges and studies

 

 

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قديم 08-10-2010, 03:39 AM   #23

my-nana

سبحان الله وبحمده

 
تاريخ التسجيل: Mar 2009
التخصص: English language
نوع الدراسة: إنتساب
المستوى: الثالث
الجنس: أنثى
المشاركات: 1,939
افتراضي رد: موسوعة برزنتيشن منقوله ..(my- nana)..

هذا موضوع طلب مني ونسقته وممكن اللي طلبته مني تعدل فيه حسب رغبتها سواء بحجم البرزنتيشن أو في بعض محتوياته
Is Tv a Blessing or a not?
Television now plays such an important role in so many people's lives that it is essential for us to decide whether it is a blessing or a curse.Obviosly, television has both - advantages & disadvantages. But do the former outweight the latter?

On the one hand, TV is a great force in the world, because it enriches intellect, informs & touches upon poignant & topical problems. It can be seen that TV is the most powerful means of spreading information, it gives publicity to various events, people, happening
TV is one of the most popular way to spend our time. Nowadays more and more teenagers spend twice as mush time in front of the TV than reading books or playing games outside. As far as I know there is a great variety of opinions about television: some say that it’s very useful, and the others that it’s harmful.

I would like to mention some possitive aspect. In the first place, it keeps people informed. There is news, which inform us about the things, which are happening all around the world. Besides advertisements on TV give us information

 

 

توقيع my-nana  

 


 


التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة my-nana ; 08-10-2010 الساعة 04:39 AM.
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قديم 08-10-2010, 03:53 AM   #24

my-nana

سبحان الله وبحمده

 
تاريخ التسجيل: Mar 2009
التخصص: English language
نوع الدراسة: إنتساب
المستوى: الثالث
الجنس: أنثى
المشاركات: 1,939
افتراضي رد: موسوعة برزنتيشن منقوله ..(my- nana)..

هذا عن منزل الأحلام ترجميه وافهميه زين وعدلي حسب هواك انا حددت على اللي محتاج تعديل بالأحمــــــــــر حطي مكانه اي مدينه من مدن الشرقيه وكمان حطي اسم الخليج العربي بدل الخليج المكتوب

[COLOR="DarkRed"]My Dream House
One day I want to have an enormous house with a beachfront view in my home town of St. Petersburg, Florida. My house will have five bedrooms, a two car garage, walk-in closets, and a gigantic bonus room. I want to own my dream house in seven years. When I finish school, I plan to move back to St. Petersburg and build my house on the beach. It is going to be beautiful.
Gulf Port Beach is where I want to build my house. The sand there is white as snow, and the air smells of salt water. The color of my house will be tan, and as soon as you walk in, you will see the family room with an apple red wall. On the wall there will be a picture of my family. As you walk down the hall, you will see the kitchen and smell fresh backed apple pie on the stove. The kitchen will be my favorite part of the house.
In the bedroom there will be the scent of lavender[/COLOR
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التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة my-nana ; 08-10-2010 الساعة 04:35 AM.
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قديم 08-10-2010, 04:28 AM   #25

my-nana

سبحان الله وبحمده

 
تاريخ التسجيل: Mar 2009
التخصص: English language
نوع الدراسة: إنتساب
المستوى: الثالث
الجنس: أنثى
المشاركات: 1,939
افتراضي رد: موسوعة برزنتيشن منقوله ..(my- nana)..

وهذا عن ?why should you learn english

Everyone speaks English, right? Well, certainly not everyone speaks English. According to the CIA World Fact Book, only 5.6 % of the world's total population speaks English as a primary language. That number doubles when people who speak English as a second or third language are counted. By conservative estimates, that means that well over four-fifths of the world's population does not speak English.

It's true that English has become a global lingua franca over the past several decades. This fact, however, really should have little effect on your decision to learn a foreign language. The attitude that English alone is enough in fact creates self-imposed limitations. To remain monolingual is to stunt your educational development, to restrict your communication and thinking abilities, and to deny yourself the ability to fully appreciate and understand the world in which you live. Learning another language opens up new opportunities and gives you perspectives that you might never have encountered otherwise. Personal, professional, social, and economic considerations all point to the advantages of learning foreign languages. Still not convinced? Here are 10 very good reasons why you should be learning a foreign language:
1. To increase global understanding
2. To improve employment potential
3. To increase native language ability
4. To sharpen cognitive and life skills
5. To improve chances of entry into college or graduate school
6. To appreciate international literature, music, and film
7. To make travel more feasible and enjoyable
8. To expand study abroad options
9. To increase understanding of oneself and one's own culture
10. To make lifelong friends

 

 


التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة my-nana ; 08-10-2010 الساعة 04:33 AM.
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قديم 08-10-2010, 02:44 PM   #26

wed0o0

يارب وفقني

الصورة الرمزية wed0o0

 
تاريخ التسجيل: Jun 2009
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الجنس: أنثى
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افتراضي رد: موسوعة برزنتيشن منقوله ..(my- nana)..

يعطيك العافية يا عسل وان شاءالله يكون بموازين حسناتك
بالنسبة للي قالت هذا النوع من المساعدة ماتحبه او مو حلو..!!..
حبيتي بالعكس اكيد البنات ماحيعتمدوا كليا عالموضوع ماحيكون نسخ لصق!!
مجرد افكار تساعد لانو مو الكل عندهم خيال واسع وقدرة ع التعبير زي غيرهم

تحياتي

 

 

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قديم 08-10-2010, 06:33 PM   #27

اذا في مكان سجليني ..!

جامعي

الصورة الرمزية اذا في مكان سجليني ..!

 
تاريخ التسجيل: Aug 2010
نوع الدراسة: إنتساب
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الجنس: ذكر
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وااااااااااااااااااااااااو الله يسعدك ياااشيخه والله انك ساااعدتيني كثير منجدالله ياااشيخه يكتبه في مووووزينك ياااارب ومرررررررررررررررررررررررررررررررررررررررررررررررر ررره شكرا بس لوسمحتي عادي اكتبو في ورقه واقراء من الورقه يعني ماااتنقصني التيتشر وشكرا مره

 

 

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قديم 08-10-2010, 11:49 PM   #28

my-nana

سبحان الله وبحمده

 
تاريخ التسجيل: Mar 2009
التخصص: English language
نوع الدراسة: إنتساب
المستوى: الثالث
الجنس: أنثى
المشاركات: 1,939
افتراضي رد: موسوعة برزنتيشن منقوله ..(my- nana)..

هذا موضوع عن الورود وألوانها قدميه كله أو أي جزئيه فيه كله حلو

Colors of roses
Flowers are the messengers of our most sacred feelings. They have a language of their own. As gifts they are capable of expressing all shades of feelings and passions. The rose is especially noted, as it is the earliest flower. The rose has been known to hold out as a phor throughout the many ages, surviving a partial death for at least eleven centuries in the West. The rose has deep meanings that cannot be destroyed they can simply be redirected. The rose has been prized for thousands of years throughout a wide range of cultures, and has come to symbolize many different things.



Red Love, Beauty, Courage and Respect, Romantic Love, Congratulations, "I Love You", "Job Well Done", Sincere Love, Respect, Courage & Passion

Red (Dark) Unconscious beauty
Red (Single) "I Love You"
Deep Burgundy Unconscious Beauty
White Purity, Innocence, Silence, Secrecy, Reverence, Humility, Youthfulness,
"I am worthy of you", Heavenly
White (Bridal) Happy love
Pink Appreciation, "Thank you", Grace, Perfect Happiness, Admiration, Gentleness, "Please Believe Me"
Dark Pink Appreciation, Gratitude, "Thank You"
Light Pink Admiration, Sympathy, Gentleness, Grace, Gladness, Joy, Sweetness
Yellow Joy, Gladness, Friendship, Delight, Promise of a new beginning, Welcome Back, Remember Me, Jealousy,
"I care"
Yellow with Red Tip Friendship, Falling in Love
Orange Desire, Enthusiasm
Red and White Given together, these signify unity
Red and Yellow Jovial and Happy Feelings
Peach Appreciation, Closing the deal, Let's get together, Sincerity, Gratitude
Pale Peach Modesty
Coral Desire
Lavender Love at first sight, Enchantment
Orange Enthusiasm, Desire, Fascination
Black * Death, Farewell
Blue * The unattainable, the impossible
Single - any color Simplicity, Gratitude
Red Rosebud Symbolic of purity and loveliness
White Rosebud Symbolic of girlhood
Thorn-less Rose "Love at first sight"


Roses by the Numbers

A single rose of any color depicts utmost devotion
Two roses entwined together communicate "Marry me"
Six Roses signify a need to be loved or cherished
Eleven roses assure the recipient they are truly and deeply loved
Thirteen roses indicate a secret admirer

 

 

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قديم 09-10-2010, 12:00 AM   #29

my-nana

سبحان الله وبحمده

 
تاريخ التسجيل: Mar 2009
التخصص: English language
نوع الدراسة: إنتساب
المستوى: الثالث
الجنس: أنثى
المشاركات: 1,939
افتراضي رد: موسوعة برزنتيشن منقوله ..(my- nana)..

وهذا الثاني عن البيتزا

Pizza History
Pizza is actually modern Italian for pie. The origin of the term is murky but is said to be derived from an Old Italian word meaning "a point," which later evolved to the Italian word pizzicare, meaning "to pinch or pluck." A Neapolitan dialect of the word first shows up in print in 1000 A.D. in the form of picea or piza, assumably referring to the way the hot pie is plucked from the oven.
Early forms of pizza were most likely what we call focaccia today. The tomato did not reach Italy until the 16th century, hence no tomato sauce for the pie we know as pizza. The addition of mozzarella cheese (initially made from buffalo milk) did not come about until the 19th century.

The standard tomato, basil, and mozzarella pizza is first credited to Raffaele Esposito of the Pizzeria di Pietro, who dedicated the creation to Queen Margherita in 1889. The colors nicely coincided with the colors of the Italian flag.

Italian immigrants brought pizza to the United States, but it was mostly confined to small areas of the Northeast. Once in America, the pizza stretched out to 18 inches in diameter or more. The first pizzeria opened in New York City in 1896 at 53-1/2 Spring Street. Yet pizza did not really gain popularity outside the Northeast until returning World War II servicemen returned from their tours in Italy with a hankering for the pizza they enjoyed in Naples.
In the 1940's, sales of oregano increased by 5,200 percent over 8 years due to the surge in popularity of pizza and other Italian foods. In 1957, the Celentano Brothers marketed the first frozen pizzas.

Pizza is described as a flat pie made from a yeast dough topped with various cheeses, vegetables, meats, seasonings, and other ingredients. Nowadays, you will find many variations, including dessert pizzas.

The topping of choice by the majority is pepperoni, followed by Italian sausage and mushrooms. Anchovies are a hotly debated topping; you either love them or hate them

 

 


التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة my-nana ; 09-10-2010 الساعة 12:06 AM.
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قديم 09-10-2010, 01:34 AM   #30

NeeiNaaB

جامعي

الصورة الرمزية NeeiNaaB

 
تاريخ التسجيل: May 2009
التخصص: انجليزي
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المستوى: التاسع
الجنس: أنثى
المشاركات: 614
افتراضي رد: موسوعة برزنتيشن منقوله ..(my- nana)..

الله يعطيكي الف عافية
صراحة كفيتي ووفيتي مواضيع قريتها جدا رائعة
الى الامام وشكرا جزيلا

 

 

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قديم 11-10-2010, 12:29 AM   #31

my-nana

سبحان الله وبحمده

 
تاريخ التسجيل: Mar 2009
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الجنس: أنثى
المشاركات: 1,939
افتراضي رد: موسوعة برزنتيشن منقوله ..(my- nana)..

Best ways to meet people in a new place
Meeting new people can be very difficult for some. Knowing where to meet people can be half the battle. Being active in the community and online can help to break down some of the barriers of meeting and finding new people. The best way to meet new people is to find people who frequent places that you do and share similar interests. In my opinion there are two major ways to meet new people they are in person or online. Within these subheadings are specific places and sites where you can meet new people.


IN PERSON


Going to club/bar - If there is a club or bar that you frequent or have wanted to go to this could be a good way to meet new people. If you have a favorite band or there is a local event it can be nice to get out and about and see what is going on. If you have no interest in going to a club or bar than this would not be the best method of meeting new people for you.
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Going to Mosque- Sometimes going to Mosque or your place of worship is a great place to meet people with similar beliefs and possibly interests

Networking Sites - Are always good for those that are shy to find friends and connect with people. Being on sites like Facebook can help to open up a new group of people. Your friends have friends and they might have similar interests to you since you have at least one friend in common. In addition some groups are directed to certain niches so if you have an interest you might try finding a social networking site that is specific for that niche. This way you can find people with the same interest as you have as well.


There are really many different ways to meet new people; you just have to keep your eyes and ears open. Take that extra step and try something new. The most important thing to remember when meeting new people is to be yourself. If that person is not interested it is best to find that out so that you can move onto to someone who is more responsive or interested in getting to know you. Yes you do have to come out of your l a bit if you are shy or you might have to tone yourself down a bit if you are overbearing. Meeting new people takes time and patience, so do not get down if things do not happen right away. Just keep trying and soon you will be finding yourself surrounded by new and interesting people




Going to local events - There are always events going on in your community or city and these can be great places to meet others. Some community/city centers do special events on Friday nights or during the weekend which is a great way to meet new people in your community.


Through the workplace - Sometimes it is easy to meet new people at the workplace, if you work for a large company you might try checking out other departments and introducing yourself.


Malls/Grocery Stores - Stranger things have happened, try breaking the ice with someone when you are standing in a long line behind someone who has way too many items and is writing a check. Who knows the person in front or behind you might be your next best friend.


ONLINE


Dating Services - These sites can be good if you are looking for a romantic relationship or a companion, it is also possible to find friends even if there is not a love connection. There are many different types of dating services and adult social networking.

 

 

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موضوع عن أفضل معلم أو المعلم الجيد
اللي تبي تقدمه تختصر فيه حسب رغبتها
First, there is no hard and fast list that tells you who is a good teacher or who is not a good teacher. However, there are traits that excellent teachers have in common. These are not the usual qualities such as being a good friend or having a nice personality. These are what researchers from around the world have found when they watched those teachers whose students excelled once they left that teacher's classroom. Of course, not every teacher is going to be a skillful teacher for every child and a child spends only about 8 percent of the year in school, which means that regardless of the quality of teacher, a supportive home environment is essential to excellent learning.

1. Be unsatisfied
The first trait of a high-quality teacher is that he or she is a good learner. They are always eager to learn new things, expand their knowledge base, experiment with better ways to achieve success. They are lifelong learners and they produce lifelong learners. So, the first trait is to be unsatisfied with what is. In other words, the best teacher is always a student.

2. High expectations
High expectations are the second trait of outstanding teachers. I once had a principal who said having high expectations created failure. In other words, the principal did not want to set high goals for fear of parent complaints. In reality, setting high standards brings out the best in students and creates in them a feeling of accomplishment. They become self-reliant, learn to delay gratification, and fit more readily into adulthood where competition is inevitable. High standards are not impossible standards. Setting high expectations may require making the student uncomfortable, much like taking the training wheels off a bicycle. In other words, good teachers encourage risk taking and accept errors.

3. Create independence
Thirdly, highly effective educators are adept at monitoring student problems and progress. They remediate when necessary and differentiate as needed. To do this they use their time well. They are not the center of the classroom. The students are encouraged to look for help and answers on their own. They are passionate about not teaching, but facilitating learning. As such, they are promoting their own obsolescence. Just as a fine manager has a team in place that can operate well without him or her, a good teacher creates in a student a sense of self that lasts a lifetime. They promote a deeper understanding of concepts and work habits than just learning the curriculum suggests. In other words, they create independence.

4. Knowledgeable
Fourth, they possess a deep knowledge of the subject matter and are able to manipulate, simplify, and individualize this data more easily because they are a master of it. To gain this they are not just hard workers, but have a passion for the subject. They are able to empathize with students who might not like that subject and turn that lack of enthusiasm around by presenting the facts from a different angle. In other words, their bumper sticker reads, "This teacher stops for new ideas."

5. Humor
Fifth, first-class teachers have a good sense of humor. They make jokes and accept jokes. They are not comedians, but they are entertaining. They tell stories, point out silly things, bring joy to difficult situations, and are not afraid of laughter. They use humor to connect to their students. In other words, excellent teachers keep the students' attention without fear.

6. Insightful
The sixth trait is to provide quick and accurate assessment of student work. Tests and other projects are evaluated in a timely manner. The student work may not be filled with red marks or gold stars, but it is returned with the understanding of what was right and what could be improved. Without constant evaluation a learning child cannot make the progress of a student who is guided. A helpful teacher does not discourage original thinking, but it must be proven. At all times, the best educator is looking for the student's reasoning, rather than the answer. In other words, for the insightful teacher, student assessment assesses the teacher's performance and provides ideas of what changes both need to make to improve.

7. Flexible
Seventh, the best teachers use the community as their resource. They see education as more than what is done in the classroom. They belong to civic groups, participate in organizations, and use their contacts to enhance student learning. For example, they bring in guest speakers, seek donations from the community as needs arise, and allow their students to display their work for the citizenry to critique and enjoy. They use technology as an extension of the community and find new resources to make their lessons more attractive. They use a newspaper and current events to open a child's mind to what is happening in the world and at all times they search for a teachable moment
(any instance where a child expresses an interest in something that could be used to stimulate their learning). This includes both negative and positive items and is the main reason lesson plans are never mentioned as a trait of good teaching. Superior teachers abandon them to follow more encouraging leads. This is why educators and education is so misunderstood by those who feel children are cans of soup, all alike and open, ready for knowledge to be poured in and sealed. Excellent teachers encourage student input and use the community to make for more invigorating teaching. In other words, a quality instructor is a master of flexibility.

8. Diverse
Eighth, a first-rate teacher provides an array of methods to learn. They integrate the lessons among several subjects; they use research papers, artwork, poetry and even physical education as part of the learning process. For example, when a child is studying an explorer the teacher shows them how many miles per hour they walk, how to create a graph of the calories they would need, make a map of the trip with legend, write a journal of what they saw, draw pictures of the flora and fauna, and make a presentation of what the student felt was the best and worst part of the discovery. In other words, the proficient educator offers children a diverse array of avenues to pursue excellence.

9. Unaccepting
Ninth, a quality teacher is unaccepting. They do not accept pat answers. They do not accept first drafts. They do not accept false excuses. They are not the easiest teachers because of this trait. Education is, in essence, the disciplining of the mind. A student who knows the rules knows what to expect and knows what is right. The best teachers are those that have appropriate standards and that build good habits. In other words, a superior teacher understands what a child needs now and in the future.

10. Unconforming
The tenth, and perhaps most interesting trait, is that a quality teacher keeps children off balance. The student is not bored, but challenged. When a child who has a skillful teacher comes home, they talk about what they did in class. They are riled up, they are motivated, and they know they need to be ready for the unexpected. A high-quality teacher can be dressed up in an outfit, show a video, take them to the library, have them work on a project, create lessons for one another, work on a computer, proofread a classmate's work, and invent a game to play at recess, all before noon. One day is seldom like the next. There is continuity, but diversity is everywhere.

11. A communicator
Of note is that not one research paper said a trait of good quality teachers were their bulletin boards, tidy rooms, easy grades, ability to write neatly or dress well. All the traits dealt with the ability to trigger learning, and thus the most important trait of all is the ability to communicate.

Below are traits of good teachers as expressed by young people around the world
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Teaching is a profession. Some enjoy it while some don't. For those who do not find joy in teaching, they consider it only as a stable job. It is considered to be a lifetime employment to get by and obtain a meager pension upon retirement. Boring to some, just like the students who detest going to a dreary school.
What about the others who enjoy teaching despite its low pay? What satisfaction do they get? These successful teachers have positive attitudes that aim for their students to love learning. They want their students to enjoy the lessons and discover their own capabilities. They inspire students to appreciate books and encourage them to read to obtain more information. Teaching is also a vocation.
Good teachers have at least three traits. They have classroom management skills, knowledgeable of the subject matter, and instructional design and delivery skills. A teacher with classroom management skills knows how to set rules on the first day of school in order to maintain order for the rest of the year. A skillful teacher should also provide routines and procedures that will ease transition inside the classroom to maximize time for learning. Moreover, to keep the students motivated, the effective teacher should coach, guide, and inspire the students to do very well. Their paths should be enlightened so that they will achieve something noble in the future instead of being a liability to the society. The teacher should also be skillful in providing rewards and consequences to students. Good behavior and academic excellence should be encouraged while nonconformance to rules and performance standards should be reprimanded for improvement
.

A good teacher should be knowledgeable of the subject matter being taught. In addition, an instructor should keep abreast with the latest developments through reading, attending conferences, and participating in workshops. A teacher who is also a lifelong learner promotes the same practice to the students. Lecturers are more effective in imparting vital information to the students if they are armed with broad knowledge.
Another important trait of a teacher is to have instructional design and delivery skills. Lessons delivered everyday should be well planned. Some teachers even follow a format such as an anticipatory set, objective, activity, discussion, closure, assessment, and feedback. Other educators consider the learning styles and preferences of the students when planning lessons and activity. They believe that every student is capable of learning; although some students are slow learners while others are gifted with very high intelligence too advanced for their age. There are also students with special needs that require different methods. They may have attention disorders, difficulty in reading, difficulty in writing, visually impaired, physically impaired, and hearing impaired. Furthermore, a lecturer is able to deliver the lessons in an effective manner through


explanations, citing examples and case studies,demonstrations, and modeling of difficult concepts that are clear, coherent, and organized. The moderator should also allow the students to be interactive and exploratory during learning time to eliminate boredom. Instead of the rigid direct instruction method, interactive students are motivated to learn more. Eventually, they are able to develop their critical and analytical thinking skills. To check each student's strengths and weaknesses, the teacher should provide feedback regarding their performance. In this manner, the student will be able to make adjustments and the teacher can assist in providing each one with a learning plan. In other words, each student is given the opportunity to improve, thus, achieving the goal of the lesson's objective.
When all of these things are considered, good teachers should then have at least these three traits to make every lesson interesting. They must have classroom management skills, proficient content knowledge, and instructional design and delivery skills. An effective teacher coaches, guides, and inspires students to develop their academic abilities as well as their employability in the work environment. As a result, students are persuaded to appreciate school and exert more effort in their studies. Therefore, school life will become more enjoyable to both teachers and students
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اشكرك جزيل الشكر جهد متعوب عليه وفعلا هذه افكار تساعدنا في تنسيق واكمال وتنفيذ البرسنتيشن بشكل ممتع وواضح يعطيك العافيه حبيبتي

 

 

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قديم 12-10-2010, 06:12 PM   #34

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دكتورة ان شاااء الله

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احسوا شويااا صعب حق المعلم ابغى مختصر ومفيد

 

 

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ملاحظه يابنات لو حبيتوا موضوع من اللي في الموسوعه بس كان طويل عادي سووا له اختصار انا دائما أخلي المواضيع فقرات تقدروا تكتفوا بفقره كمختصر للموضوع كله
حاولوا تقروا وتقرروا اي جزء يناسبكم وتحبوا تلقوه الموضوع جدا سهل
هذا مختصر لموضوع افضل معلم

Good teachers have at least three traits. They have classroom management skills, knowledgeable of the subject matter, and instructional design and delivery skills. A teacher with classroom management skills knows how to set rules on the first day of school in order to maintain order for the rest of the year. A skillful teacher should also provide routines and procedures that will ease transition inside the classroom to maximize time for learning. Moreover, to keep the students motivated, the effective teacher should coach, guide, and inspire the students to do very well. Their paths should be enlightened so that they will achieve something noble in the future instead of being a liability to the society. The teacher should also be skillful in providing rewards and consequences to students. Good behavior and academic excellence should be encouraged while nonconformance to rules and performance standards should be reprimanded for improvement.

 

 

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قديم 16-10-2010, 06:11 PM   #36

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الخداع البصري
Optical Illusions





An optical illusion (also called a visual illusion) is characterized by images that differ from objective reality. The information gathered by the eye is processed in the brain to give a that does not tally with a physical measurement of the stimulus source. There are three main types: literal optical illusions that create images that are different from the objects that make them, physiological ones that are the effects on the eyes and brain of excessive stimulation of a specific type (brightness, tilt, color, movement), and illusions where the eye and brain make unconscious inferences. They can also be known as "mind games".



Physiological illusions
A scintillating grid illusion. Shape, position, colour, and 3D contrast converge to produce the illusion of black dots at the intersections.
Physiological illusions, such as the afterimages following
bright lights, or adapting stimuli of excessively longer alternating patterns (contingent perceptual aftereffect), are presumed to be the effects on the eyes or brain of excessive stimulation of a specific type - brightness, tilt, color, movement, etc. The theory is that stimuli have individual dedicated neural paths in the early stages of visual processing, and that repetitive stimulation of only one or a few channels causes a physiologicalimbalance that alters perception.



The Hermann grid illusion and Mach bands are two illusions that are best explained using a biological approach. Lateral inhibition, where in the receptive field of the retina light and dark receptors compete with one another to become active, has been used to explain why we see bands of increased brightness at the edge of a color difference when viewing Mach bands. Once a receptor is active it inhibits adjacent receptors. This inhibition creates contrast, highlighting edges. In the Hermann grid illusion the gray spots appear at the intersection because of the inhibitory response which occurs as a result of the increased dark surround. Lateral inhibition has also been used to explain the Hermann grid illusion, but this has been disproved
.


Cognitive illusions
Cognitive illusions are assumed to arise by interaction with assumptions about the world, leading to "unconscious inferences", an idea first suggested in the 19th century by Hermann Helmholtz. Cognitive illusions are commonly divided into ambiguous illusions, distorting illusions, paradox illusions, or fiction illusions Ambiguous illusions are pictures or objects that elicit a perceptual 'switch' between the alternative interpretations. The Necker cube is a well known example; another instance is the Rubin vase.
Distorting illusions are characterized by distortions of size, length, or curvature. A striking example is the Café wall illusion. Another example is the famous Müller-Lyer illusion.
Paradox illusions are generated by objects that are paradoxical or impossible, such as the Penrose triangle or impossible staircases seen, for example, in M. C. Escher's Ascending and Descending and Waterfall. The triangle is an illusion dependent on a cognitive misunderstanding that adjacent edges must join
.


Fictional illusions are defined as the perception of objects that are genuinely not there to all but a single observer, such as those induced by schizophrenia or a hallucinogen. These are more properly called hallucinations
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My House
I live on a street .................... It is a beautiful street where each house seems to stand on it’s own little hill like royalty. There are trees literally everywhere. 415 is my house. It looks is the king of Hillcrest, you would know by just looking at it.
The living room is the first room when entering the house. This room is filled with very lively furniture. Comfortable, tan leather couches, colorful rugs over the bare wood floor, and a large display case with pictures, books, and many memories of friends and family. And I mustn’t forget about the enormous window that, during the day, will let as much sunlight and energy in the room as it possibly can.
My sister’s room is just as colorful if not more. The walls are purple and there are crazy chalk drawings on some of them. Her room is also decorated with strange little trinkets like little wooden boxes, incense burners, and her own artwork. I don’t real
. I have a T.V., a DVD player, a stereo system, and all of my books, comics, CDs, video games and my Gamecube, and my guitars. It would also have just some basic furniture like a table, a couch, some chairs, and my room with my bed in it. That would be very nice.
My room is in the basement. Not much but sleeping going on in my room. It looks cool though. The walls are plastered with posters of bands I like and concerts I’ve been to. And the whole room is litt

أيضا
I live in a nice apartment
With Balcony overlooking the street
Living room where the family gathers each day for watching TV and talking
There is a large kitchen
And also there is room for my brothers and sisters
And a large room for parents
And also a special room for the guests of relatives
There are 3 bathrooms in my house
I'm happy and I like my house to live in.

 

 

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Sara, My Friend
Sara Ali is one of my best friends.She is 24years old and is from AD-Dammam. She works as a teacher of History, so she always reads historical novels.Sara is living with her husband in a small apartment. In her free time,Sara likes to read and watch T.V. She also likes to play with children , but she does not have kids yet. Sara wants to get her master,s degree soon. I think sara is an eager girl.

 

 

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كمان هي عن My friend



Mona is my best friend .She has many facets that make her my best friend (confidant). Her appearance and personality are examples of these facets. Mona has a nice appearance. She is tall and light( ma ysser light 7tee rasheeqa mn al dqshnray) with a beautiful long dark hair. She is always concerning about wearing on fashion that she likes to be unique between us. Furthermore, she always has a smile on her face. From another side, Mona has a strong personality that she self-confidence. In addition, she is very kindly and clever. She always gets high marks in the school; beside, she assists her colleagues when they ask her help. She helps any one needs her. For instance, one day I asked Mona to explain some math’s lessons that I faced difficulty to understand them, she did. I think I am lucky because I have a good friend Like Mona
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My family

Everyone is having his own family. Family is consisting of parents and kids. My family is consisting of my father, my mother myself and my two brothers and one sister. We are sharing the same house, same food and same wishes. I love my parents because they do care of me and my brothers and sister. My father is working all the day and he is trying all his best to afford us with all our lives needs. My mother is taking care of our food, clothes and spend her day and night in educating and teaching us to improve our skills in school and to be a good persons in our community.
Me and my brothers and sisters learned to love and take care of each other, I cant imagine that I can live without my family, like the tree can't live without water and sun

 

 

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