Sobieski's world is further upset when two powerful merchant bankers, the tragic McGregor Hinton and the ambitious Julius von Mosenthal
, arrive in London--both with their own requirements of the prince.
Guthrie and Wigfield (in Kamil, Mosenthal
, Pearson, & Barr, 2014) for example, states that engaged learners coordinate their strategies (cognitively) within a supportive community (socially) in order to fulfil their goals (motivationally).
In addition, the attempt to predict item difficulty level has generated a large number of studies where the basic interest has been to identify cognitive and linguistic predictors (Drum, Calfee & Cook, 1981; Stahl & Jacobson, 1986; Davey, 1988; Kirsch & Mosenthal
, 1990; Freedle & Kostin, 1991; Freedle & Kostin, 1992; Daneman & Hannon, 2001; Sheehan & Ginther, 2001; Gorin & Embretson, 2006; Ozuru, Rowe, O'Reilly & McNamara, 2008; Leroy, Helmreich & Cowie, 2010).
Following Halliday and Hasan (1985), Parsons (1991), Lee (2002), and Louwerse (2004), the term cohesion is used to distinguish textual elements on which coherent texts are built and not to delineate a cause-effect relationship as critics of Halliday and Hasan's (1976) framework pointed out (Carrell, 1982; Steffensen, 1981; Tierney & Mosenthal
Algunos estudios se han concentrado en el progreso educativo (cf Mosenthal
1985); el progreso social (cf Spear 2004, Zald 1995, Rule 1994 y Sargent 1988); el progreso institucional (cf Bauer 2003, Godin 2002 y Rescher 1978); el progreso moral (cf Marino, 2001 y Putnam 1978); el progreso instrumental (cf.
(1983) introduced the Pyramidal Model of Contexts for Written Competence in the classroom.
The plot of the libretto is based on the eponymous play by Salomon Hermann Mosenthal
of 1848 and it was created for Foerster by the poet Jaroslav Kvapil.
The official plan comparison chart was assessed as being appropriate for people with 15 years of education or more according to the Mosenthal
and Kirsch's (1998) document complexity assessment.
, and Mekklesen (1999) confirm that children can successfully show their understanding of stories through retelling.
Beach and Bridwell; Lauer and Asher; Lindemann and Tate; McLelland and Donovan; Mosenthal
, Tamor, and Walmsley; North).
See Hartley & Trueman, 1985; Kirsch & Mosenthal
, 1990; Lorch & Lorch, 1996; Klusewitz & Lorch, 2000.
Department of Education, 2002), thereby limiting schools to commercially produced programs with a "very narrow range of acceptable practices and program choices" (Lipson, Mosenthal
, Mekkelsen, & Russ, 2004, p.