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RELEVANSI BUKU PELAJARAN DENGAN STANDAR ISI ...

RELEVANSI BUKU PELAJARAN DENGAN STANDAR ISI KURIKULUM MI/SD KELAS IV (TELAAH BUKU PELAJARAN IPS TERBITAN ERLANGGA DAN YUDHISTIRA) Diajukan kepada Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Keguruan Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta untuk Memenuhi Sebagian Syarat Memperoleh Gelar Sarjana Strata Satu Pendidikan Islam pemah diajukan untuk memperoleh gelar kesarjanaan di suatu perguruan tinggi, dan skripsi saya ini adalah asli hasil karya atau penelitian sendiri bukan plagiasi dari hasil karya atau penelitian orang lain. Demikian surat pernyataan ini saya buat dengan sesungguhnya agar dapat diketahui oleh anggota dewan penguji. Sudah dapat diajukan kepada Program Studi PGMI Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Keguruan UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta sebagai salah satu syarat untuk memperoleh gelar Sarjana Strata Satu dalam bidang Pendidikan Islam. Dengan ini kami mengharap agar skripsi / tugas akhir saudara tersebut di atas dapat segera dimunaqosyahkan. Atas perhatiannya kami ucapkan terima kasih. ‫َﻧﺎﺼﺣوْاﻔ ِاﻠْﻌﻠْم،وﻻﻴَﻜْﺘمْﺒﻌْﻀﻜمْﺒﻌْﺿﺎ، َ ِن ِﻴ َ َ ً ِﻰاﻠْ ِﻠْ َِ َدﻤنْﺨِ َﺎ َ ٍ ِﻰا‬ ‫ﺘ َ َ ُ ﻰ ِ ِ َ َ ُ َ ُ ُ َ ً ﻓﺈ ّﺨ ﺎﻨﺔﻓ ﻌ مأﺸ ّ ِ ﻴ ﻨتﻓ‬ ُ َ (‫ﻠْ َﺎل)أﺑوﻨﻌﻴم‬ ِ ‫ﻤ‬ “Saling berlakulah jujur dalam ilmu dan jangan saling merahasiakannya. Sesungguhnya berkhianat dalam ilmu pengetahuan lebih berat hukumannya daripada berkhianat dalam harta.” (HR. Abu Na’im)...

15-Panduan penulisan Penerbitan Buku Teks

PANDUAN PENULISAN & PENERBITAN BUKU TEKS Panduan ini merupakan petunjuk penulisan buku pelajaran (ilmiah populer) yang digunakan untuk menentukan kelayakan naskah bagi penerbit. Panduan ini membahas pengertian buku pelajaran & diktat, tujuan penulisan buku pelajaran, isi buku pelajaran, sampul buku, bagian pembuka, bagian utama dan bagian penutup serta ketentuan jumlah halaman. Buku Pelajaran (Text book) & Diktat Buku pelajaran adalah bahan/materi pelajaran yang dituangkan secara tertulis dalam bentuk buku dan digunakan sebagai bahan pelajaran (sumber informasi) sebuah mata kuliah bagi mahasiswa dan pengajar susuai dengan kebutuhan lapangan/industry dan tuntutan perkembangan teknologi dan atau kurikulum. Diktat adalah catatan tertulis suatu bidang studi yang disiapkan oleh guru/dosen untuk mempermudah pengayaan materi pelajaran atau bidang studi yang dibahas dalam proses pembelajaran (Ilvandri, 2011). Diktat yang baik merupakan draft buku ajar yang belum diterbitkan. Tujuan penulisan buku pelajaran a. Menyediakan buku susuai dengan kebutuhan mahasiswa, institusi dan lapangan/ industry serta serta tuntutan perkembangan teknologi atau kurikulum. b. Mendorong penulis/dosen untuk berkreasi dan kreatif membagikan ilmunya kepada masyarakat. c. Mendorong penulis untuk meng-update ilmunya sesuai dengan kriteria tuntutan buku layak terbit mencakup subdstansi, bahasa dan potensi pasar. d. Mendukung penulis untuk menerbitkan buku bila belum terbit. Isi Buku Pelajaran Isi buku pelajaran berupa teori, konsep, formula atau aturan terkini dilengkapi dengan contoh-contoh masalah atau studi kasus serta solusinya. Isi buku harus orsinil dengan merujuk dari berbagai sumber. Informasi tepat, dapat dipercaya dan dipertanggungjawabkan kepada pembaca dan semua pihak terkait. Isi tersusun dengan baik atau dengan alur informasi yang mudah dipahami. Buku pelajaran dan diktat yang baik memenuhi tiga aspek pendidikan yaitu ilmu pengetahuan (knowledge), keterampilan (skills) dan sikap atau perilaku (attitude). Aspek tersebut seperti yang dinyatakan oleh UNESCO (1994) yaitu: Learn to know, Learn to do, Learn to be dan Learn to live together. Ketiga aspek tersebut dipertimbangkan sesuai dengan jenjang pendidikan dan kebutuhan. Sampul Buku Sampul buku bagian depan memuat: a. Judul buku : Judul harus spesifik dan relevan sesuai dengan isi buku dan menggunakan kata-kata kunci dan powerful. b. Nama penulis : Nama penulis ditulis lengkap, tidak menggunakan nama samaran sesuai dengan ketentuan penulis buku ilmiah. c. Logo atau nama penerbit bila sudah diterbitkan...

Alarm system permit application - Harris County Sheriff's Office

The Applicant/Intended Permit Holder acknowledges and represents that all outstanding fees, fines, charges, costs and/or court judgments relating to the Revised Rules Governing the Regulation of Alarm Systems within Harris County, Texas and owed to Harris County have been paid or satisfied. Please note that the Harris County has rules, policies and procedures that are not specified on this application. The Applicant/Intended Permit Holder acknowledges and authorizes that information contained in the alarm records of the Alarm Detail may be given to applicant’s alarm company (for the purpose of the reduction of false alarms). The Applicant/Intended Permit Holder affirms that he/she has read this application, and that all information herein is true and correct to the best of his/her knowledge. This application may be denied, or permit revoked, for false or misleading information, and that the Applicant, if other than the intended permit holder, certifies herein that he/she is authorized to act for the intended permit holder. _____ THE APPLICANT/INTENDED PERMIT HOLDER ACKNOWLEDGES AND REPRESENTS THAT THERE ARE NO DANGEROUS OR SPECIAL CONDITIONS PRESENT AT THE ALARM SITE. _____ DANGEROUS OR SPECIAL CONDITIONS DO EXIST AT THE ALARM SITE. You are requested to attach to this Application a DETAILED statement of the nature of the dangerous or special conditions for the safety of County Law Enforcement Officials that respond to activated alarms. PERMIT TERM: An alarm system permit shall be valid for a twelve (12) month period from the date of issuance as stated on the permit, and shall expire on the last day of the twelfth month. The beginning for the renewal permit term shall be the first day of the month following expiration. PERMIT RENEWAL: The permit holder, on or before the expiration of the alarm system permit, shall submit to the Alarm Detail a renewal permit application as promulgated by the Harris County Alarm Detail, along with the applicable renewal fee. Failure to receive a notice of renewal does not relieve the permit holder of the responsibility of renewing the permit on time. EXEMPTIONS: Senior Citizen: An alarm system on a residential premises occupied by a permit holder who is at least sixty-five (65) years of age shall require a permit, but no permit application fee is required. False alarm response fees do not qualify under this exemption. Government Office: An alarm system on premises occupied by the United States Government, the State of Texas, the County of Harris, or a publicly funded school shall require a permit, but no permit application fee is required. CHANGE OF INFORMATION ON PERMIT APPLICATION: The permit holder has an affirmative duty to amend any information contained or attached to the permit application that has changed or is out of date, and filed with the Alarm Detail within thirty (30) days of the change in information or permit information was out of date...

Honda Triumph Daytona 675 - Kellermann

Stand 05/2010 Mounting Instructions Kellermann KH 1000 for Honda Triumph Daytona 675 1. Preparation and Warnings Attention! First of all read this instruction completely! Warning! If you are uncertain about how to mount the part correctly or how to connect the cables, leave it to an expert – only proper assembly will ensure a lasting, secure fit. Insecure fastening may lead to accidents. Always make sure that the vehicle adapter has not come loose before you ride. If it has come loose, tighten it up again. Incorrect electrical connection can lead to short circuiting (cable fire) or damage to other electronic components. Warning! Make sure that the motorcycle is standing securely before start mounting - a falling bike can lead to injury and damage to the bike itself. 3. Mounting 1. Switch off the motorbike and remove the seats. 2. Disconnect the battery. 3. Remove the original registration plate holder and indicators. 4. Prepare the original bracket (cut and drill) and mount the Kellermann bracket as shown on the pictures above. Mount the unit on the bike. 5. Replace the original screw-treaded indicator arms of the micro 1000 indicators with the extended arms supplied. Now fit the holding arms of the two micro 1000 indicators into the corresponding indicator holders by first feeding the connector cable through the hollow indicator holder. 6. Feed the connector cable of the indicators through the rubber grommet of the registration plate light. 7. Mount the registration plate holder on the lower bracket using the M5 countersunk screws. Align the indicators parallel to the road surface. Tighten up the indicators by tightening the allen-head grub screws at the bottom of the indicators. Warning! Proper alignment of the micro 1000 is essential for road safety and part of the motorcycle’s road use permit. A badly aligned indicator may be easy to overlook for other road users, leading to accidents. 8. Fit the reflector holding plate and reflector at right angles to the road surface. Make sure that the fitting is secure by screwing the reflector holder plate and registration plate together. 9. Connect the cables. Cut the original supply cables between the plug and taillight, insulate them off and connect them to the cables on the motorcycle using the end connector sleeves supplied (twist the cables together > place cable ends into connector sleeves > crimp with appropriate crimping pliers). Connect the indicator cables as described in the mounting instructions for the indicators. 10. Reconnect the battery and test for function. Once you have mounted all the parts, the work is finished. Additional note: If the indicator flash frequency does not match the legal conditions after mounting the indicators (90 ± 30 flashes per minute), a load-independent indicator controller or suitable resistors may help. See our homepage at www.kellermann-online.com for further information. ..

Draft – Please do not cite or circulate without author's permission ...

Draft – Please do not cite or circulate without author’s permission. The success of Charles Dickens’s Oliver Twist (1838) heralded the popularity in Victorian England of a new type of novel that traced the experience of displaced child protagonists as they found their proper place in the world by working out their relationships with a series of parents and parent-figures. The Victorian novel of child development, as I will call it, came to prominence at the same time as did a new body of English law that also dealt with children and parents. This was the field of English child custody law, which in adjudicating disputes between parents and other caretakers began to articulate why and how parentage matters for a developing child. An examination of one of the first highly publicized English child custody disputes, Wellesley v. Beaufort (1827), will bring out some of the concerns about childhood and parentage that are also at work in Oliver Twist. The reading of Oliver Twist that follows will delineate the contours of the novel of child development, and in so doing will explore why stories of children and parents became prominent in the Victorian age, and why the novelistic versions of these stories so often intertwined attention to childhood experience with attention to law. This paper argues that at stake in the Victorian story of the displaced and developing child was the fiction that the rigid social hierarchy of the feudal past was giving way to a freedom-of-contract meritocracy. As the paper suggests through its reading of Oliver Twist, the Victorian narrative of childhood helped to contain within the specialized realms of the novel and of child custody law the uncomfortable truth that ascription of status by birth did not so much disappear as become reconfigured, into the more palatable figure of the developing child. On the first of February, 1827, in a courtroom filled to capacity by a crowd that had waited since early morning for the courthouse to open,2 Lord Chancellor Eldon of the Court of Chancery announced his decision in the monumental child custody dispute that treatise writers would still refer to decades later as “the celebrated case”3 of Wellesley v. Beaufort.4 After two years of widely publicized litigation that entailed the taking of over two hundred depositions, the scandalous details of which were reported in the London papers, the Lord Chancellor ruled to deny William Long Wellesley the custody of his three children. The decision did not award custody to someone other than the father–their mother, Catherine Wellesley, had died two years earlier (killed, according to counsel, by the “broken heart” inflicted by her husband's profligate behavior (240)), and as he refers the case to a Master to determine “in whose custody and care these children should be placed,” the Lord Chancellor notes that “I know not whether there be any body who will accept this guardianship” (251-52). The father thus denied his children's custody had not treated them with cruelty or neglect; citing letters between Wellesley and his sons, the court notes that these exhibit an affectionate solicitude about the their upbringing and education, and concedes that there was much that was “good” in the principles Wellesley sought to instill in his children (250).5 Nor was this father poor, or insolvent, or an outlaw, as had been most of the other fathers denied custody of their children earlier in the century: Wellesley was, in fact, socially prominent—he was a nephew of the Duke of Wellington, soon to become Prime Minister, and was himself a member of Parliament—and immensely wealthy. Yet the Lord Chancellor declares that he “ought to be hunted out of society if I hesitated for one moment to say, that I would sooner forfeit my life” (247) than permit the 9-year-old Victoria, along with 11-year-old James and 13-year-old William, to return to the care of their father. His decision ends with the defiant statement that “if the House of Lords think proper to restore these children to Mr. Wellesley, let them do so; it shall not be done by my act” (251)...

Housing Information 2011 - Washington, DC - Howard University ...

Howard University School of Law Class of 2014 HOUSING INFORMATION AND LIST∗ The D.C. metropolitan area offers all types of housing opportunities for students, whether you are looking to live in an upbeat urban area, or would prefer a more peaceful suburban atmosphere - you can find it here. However, housing in D.C. is more expensive than in most U.S. cities. Therefore, you must be proactive when it comes to locating affordable housing. Know that living alone can be very expensive and sharing living expenses with other people can help to keep your expenses lower. Finding housing in an area that is new to you can seem somewhat overwhelming. Rest assured that, with some planning and patience, you will find a place to live. We hope this information will be helpful as you begin your search. When searching for housing, consider all the expenses you will incur. These include, but are not limited to: security deposit, application fees, rent, parking, utilities and their connection fees, phone service, and transportation costs to and from the law school. Housing Types There are various types of housing options in the Washington, D.C. area for you to consider: • Apartments (Individual or Shared) • Apartment in a house. • Room in a shared group house. • Renting an entire house. The attached list is not comprehensive. You can access information about other housing opportunities with the use of local newspapers, other publications (i.e. Apartment Finder book), and internet services. Howard University School of Law Class of 2014 Questions to Ask Yourself before Renting General • What kind of rental do I want? • Do I want to live alone or with roommates? • Do I need long-term or short-term housing? • What amenities am I looking for (air-conditioning, washer/dryer)? • Am I willing to share a bathroom and/or bedroom with someone? Financial • How much rent can I honestly afford? 1 • Is the unit already furnished or will I need to buy furniture? • Is parking available? Is there an additional fee or permit required? • How much time and money am I willing to spend commuting? • Are utilities included in the rental price? Will I need my own phone line? Transportation • How close to campus would I like to be? • Is proximity to a grocery store, bank, post office, etc. a priority? • How close (and on what color line) is the nearest metro rail station or bus stop?2 • Does the bus and metro schedule work with my schedule? • Is there traffic during my commuting times? Landlord/Management • Does the landlord have references from past tenants that I may check? • Will we have a formal lease agreement? Consider writing necessary repairs into the lease. • Do I have special needs of which the landlord is aware? (Physically disabled, English as a second language, unfamiliar with the metropolitan area). Safety Have I inspected the unit thoroughly? What about fire safety? (A smoke detector is required by law). Consider purchasing renter’s insurance to protect your belongings. Will I feel safer with locks on my windows and doors? Will the landlord allow this? Keep in mind that the Cost of Attendance budget is calculated for 9 months...

Risk Management Plan
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Risk Management Plan Risk is defined as an event that has a probability of occurring, and could have either a positive or negative impact to a project should that risk occur. A risk may have one or more causes and, if it occurs, one or more impacts. For example, a cause may be requiring an environmental permit to do work, or having limited personnel assigned to design the project. The risk event is that the permitting agency may take longer than planned to issue a permit, or the assigned personnel available and assigned may not be adequate for the activity. If either of these uncertain events occurs, there may be an impact on the project cost, schedule or performance. All projects assume some element of risk, and it’s through risk management where tools and techniques are applied to monitor and track those events that have the potential to impact the outcome of a project. Risk management is an ongoing process that continues through the life of a project. It includes processes for risk management planning, identification, analysis, monitoring and control. Many of these processes are updated throughout the project lifecycle as new risks can be identified at any time. It’s the objective of risk management to decrease the probability and impact of events adverse to the project. On the other hand, any event that could have a positive impact should be exploited. The identification of risk normally starts before the project is initiated, and the number of risks increase as the project matures through the lifecycle. When a risk is identified, it’s first assessed to ascertain the probability of occurring, the degree of impact to the schedule, scope, cost, and quality, and then prioritized. Risk events may impact only one or while others may impact the project in multiple impact categories. The probability of occurrence, number of categories impacted and the degree (high, medium, low) to which they impact the project will be the basis for assigning the risk priority. All identifiable risks should be entered into a risk register, and documented as a risk statement. As part of documenting a risk, two other important items need to be addressed. The first is mitigation steps that can be taken to lessen the probability of the event occurring. The second is a contingency plan, or a series of activities that should take place either prior to, or when the event occurs. Mitigation actions frequently have a cost. Sometimes the cost of mitigating the risk can exceed the cost of assuming the risk and incurring the consequences. It is important to evaluate the probability and impact of each risk against the mitigation strategy cost before deciding to implement a contingency plan. Contingency plans implemented prior to the risk occurring are pre-emptive actions intended to reduce the impact or remove the risk in its entirety. Contingency plans implemented after a risk occurs can usually only lessen the impact. Identifying and documenting events that pose a risk to the outcome of a project is just the first step. It is equally important to monitor all risks on a scheduled basis by a risk management team, and reported on in the project status report. 1.1 Purpose This plan documents the processes, tools and procedures that will be used to manage and control those events that could have a negative impact on the Insert Project Name Here project. It’s the controlling document for managing and controlling all project risks...

Metro Traffic School Announces More About its Online Permit Test

Metro Traffic School is an online traffic school that offers several driving lesson programs. For more information visit: http://www.metrotrafficschool.com

perjanjian kerja sama antara badan penanggulangan bencana ...

PERJANJIAN KERJA SAMA ANTARA BADAN PENANGGULANGAN BENCANA DAERAH KABUPATEN KEPULAUAN MENTAWAI DENGAN PUSAT PELAYANAN JASA DAN INFORMASI BADAN KOORDINASI SURVEI DAN PEMETAAN NASIONAL Tentang PELAKSANAAN PEKERJAAN PEMBUATAN PETA RAWAN BENCANA KABUPATEN KEPULAUAN MENTAWAI NOMOR: 01/SPK-PR/BPBD-KM//VII / 2012 NOMOR: 80/JASINFO.SPK/LP/7/2012 : Kepala Pelaksana Badan Penanggulangan Bencana Daerah Kabupaten Kepulauan Mentawai, dalam ha! ini bertindak untuk dan atas nama Pemerintah Daerah Kabupaten Kepulauan Mentawai di Jalan Raya Tuapeijat Km. 8, Tuapeijat - Sipora Mentawai, seianjutnya disebut PIHAK KESATU.: Kepala Pusat Pelayanan Jasa dan Informasi, dalam hal ini bertindak untuk dan atas nama Badan Koordinasi Survei dan Pemetaan Nasional, di Jalan Raya Jakarta - Bogor Km. 46 Cibinong, Jawa Barat, seianjutnya disebut PIHAK KEDUA. PIHAK KESATU dan PIHAK KEDUA yang seianjutnya disebut PARA PIHAK terlebih dahulu mengingat: Undang-Unciang Nomor 20 Tahun 1997 tentang Penerimaan Negara Bukan Pajak (Lembaran Negara Republik Indonesia Tahun 1997 Nomor 43, Tambahan Lembaran Negara Republik Indonesia Nomor 3693); Undang-Untiang Nomor49 Tahun 1999, tanggal 4 Oktober 1999 tentang Pembentukan Kabupaten Kepulauan Mentawai; undang-Undang Nomor 4 Tahun 2011 tentang Informasi Geospasial (Lembar Negara Republik Indonesia Tahun 2011 Nomor 49, Tambahan Lembaran Negara Republik Indonesia Nomor 5214); Undang-Undang Nomor 24 Tahun 2007 tentang Penanggulangan Bencana; Peraturan Pernerintah Nomor 57 Tahun 2007 sebagai pengganti Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 42 Tahun 2001, tentang Jenis dan Tarif atas Jenis Penerimaan Negara Bukan Pajak yang berlaku pada Badan Koordinasi Survei dan Pemetaan Nasional; Peraturan Presiden Nomor 54 Tahun 2010 tentang Pedoman Pelaksanaan Pengadaan Barang/Jasa Pemerintah; Peraturan Menteri Keuangan Nomor: 84/PMK.02/2011 tentang Standar Biaya Tahun Anggaran2012; Keputusan Menteri Keuangan Nomor 188 Tahun 2008 tentang Persetujuan Penggunaan Sebagian Dana Penerimaan Negara Bukan Pajak yang berasal dari Penerimaan Negara Bukan Pajak Badan Koordinasi Survei dan Pemetaan Nasional; Peraturan Bupati Kepulauan Mentawai Nomor 21 Tahun 2011 tentang Analisa Standar Belanja Tahun Anggaran 2012. Memperhaiikan Dokumen Pelaksanaan Anggaran Satuan Kerja Perangkat Daerah Badan Penanggulangan Bencana Kabupaten Mentawai, dengan Nomor Dokumen Pelaksanaan Anggaran 1 20.19.22.13.5.2, tanggal 16 Februari 2012; Surat Kepala Pelaksana Badan Penanggulangan Bencana Daerah Kabupaten Kepulauan Mentawai Nomor: 065/66/BPBD-KKM/V-2012 tentang Kerjasama Pelaksanaa*-; Pekerjaan Pembuatan Peta Rawan Bencana dan Peta Rawan Bencana Kabupaten Mentawai, tanggal 15 Mei 2012; Surat Kepala Pusat Pelayanan Jasa dan Informasi Badan Koordinasi Survei dan Pemetaan Nasional Nomor: B-1120/BIG/SESMA/LP/5/2012 tentang Kerjasama Pelaksanaar- Pekerjaan Pembuatan Peta Rawan Bencana dan Peta Rawan Bencana...

Owner's Manual EX5500
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Owner’s Manual EX5500 00X31 -ZAO-6000 Thank you for purchasing a Honda generator. This manual covers operation and maintenance of the EX5500 generator. All information in this publication is based on the latest product information available at the time of approval for printing. Honda Motor Co., Ltd. reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation. .No part of this publication may be reproduced without This manual should be considered a permanent remain with the generator when sold. Pay special attention NOTE: Indicates a possibility are not followed. permission. part of the generator and to statements preceded by the following Indicates a strong possibility life if instructions are not followed. CAUTION: instructions written words: of severe personal injury or loss of of personal injury or equipment damage if Gives helpful information. If a problem should arise, or if you have any questions about the generator, consult an authorized Honda dealer. The Honda generator is designed to give safe and dependable service if operated according to instructions. Read and understand the Owner’s Manual before operating the generator. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or equipment damage. I. GENERATOR SAFETY Place the generator at least 1 m (3 ft) away from buildings or other equipment when operating the generator. Operate the generator on a level surface. If the generator is tilted, fuel spillage may result. Exhaust gas contains poisonous carbon monoxide. Never run the generator in an enclosed area. Be sure to provide adequate ventilation. Know how to stop the generator quickly and understand operation of all the controls. Never permit anyone to operate the generator without proper instructions. Keep children and pets away from the generator when it is in operation. Keep away from rotating parts while the generator is running. The generator is a potential source of electrical shocks when misused; do...

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