The book comprises graphical illustrations and description of 165 plant species, including trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants, that mostly characterize Georgian flora. Plant descriptions refer to the morphology of the plant species and their ecology (adaptation to climatic conditions and spread in Georgia) accompanied with plant names in Latin, Georgian, local dialects, Svan and Mengrelian languages. Latin-Georgian, English-Georgian, Georgian-English, Russian- Georgian, Georgian-Russian and Georgian dialectic (including Mengrelian and Svan languages) vocabularies are presented as well.
A new edition of the highly readable, tried-and-true classic for teaching preschool children.
This classic in the field of early childhood education provides practical tips and research-based methods for developing teachers, plus ready-to-use checklists for observing children and the classroom environment. In addition to its success as a college text, the book is widely used by student interns, volunteers, assistants, CDA candidates, and beginning and experienced teachers around the world who work with three- to five-year old children in a variety of settings―preschools, center-based child care, Head Start programs, and pre-kindergartens.
Funded through the Book Translation Program, U.S. Embassy in Georgia
Based on 30 years of research and experience in more than 500 classrooms, Classroom Management for Middle School and High School Teachers, Ninth Edition, provides prospective or new teachers with the skills, approaches, and strategies necessary to establish effective management systems in the classroom.
The present German-Georgian medical dictionary contains about 6100 words. The dictionary will be useful for medical professionals, medical students and postgraduates, as well as translators of relevant literature.