Danka Todorova

Danka Todorova was born in April 1958 in a family of entrepreneurs in Bulgaria. After studying Bulgarian philology and Magisterium, training as a radio correspondent and teaching in various schools at home and abroad since 2000 Todorova worked as a writer and counselor and coach in Karlsruhe.
She is the author of poetry, science books and the picture book “The Little Dino Doni and his friends” that were published in Bulgaria. Her novel, “Gateway to Love” was released in 2011.

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Little Dino Donnie and his friends
Fiery Dino
Danka Todorova.

With new characters young readers can experience the interesting adventures in the past and the future. Along the way time machine Dino and his friends learn many useful things, meet interesting natural phenomena. Book reveals the rich and fragile children imagination and fragile childhood psyche. The book is interesting not only from an educational point of view. It teaches children good manners, of what can be done and what cannot. How and why people become friends and why not terribly different, but the unknown cannot be trusted.

“Dino Donnie and his friends” is lavishly illustrated with beautiful colored watercolors. Children covered in fresh race journey, and finally alone can stain your Dino Donny as it presented. Thus, our youngest readers get the opportunity to visualize ideas and imagination to make the book part of their world. The book is designed for children over three years.

Meet the little Dino Doni and his friends. You will see them with their adventure. In several subsequent stories, the young readers follow the exciting adventures. You will find many places that they visit with their time machine, friends. This is an incredible, simple and instructive story.

Gateway to Love

Danka Todorova

The holographic masterpiece of Bulgarian painter Skaratov has disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Thomas and Paul, both leading experts in holography, have a reference to London. Thomas meet there the young gallery owner Anna and falls for her. Begins an exciting quest, during which they not only get closer to the secrets of the picture and its painter, but also become embroiled in confusing and dangerous events. One sudden journey in the world of the 13th Century. The two travelers and Leonardo Guido go in their quest for the perfect figure that hides the secret of life, to Syria in the house of a rich merchant. A mysterious woman, in love into Leonardo shows them a valuable, hidden in a chest papyrus … Centuries later, in Bulgaria … a young couple looking at the National Museum, the image of a beautiful woman. Is there a connection? Anna’s grandfather wanted to give her a key to it when he showed her how she could open the door to love?


Paperback: 240 pages
Publisher: Books on Demand ISBN: 4 (2nd June 2010)
Language: German
ISBN-10: 3,839,182,433
ISBN-13: 978-3839182437
Size and / or weight: 12.7 x 20.3 x 1.4 cm

Der Weg der Wikinger nach Grönland

The path of the Vikings in Greenland

Danka Todorova

 This paper deals with the way the Vikings to Greenland. Subjects of investigation to the one the various phases of the Viking expansion and the causes may be the same, on the other hand the way the Vikings to the north of England. The intent of the study is to show that the Vikings are driven by the desire to trade and greed for silver to the north.

The Viking Age forms a portion of the northern European history, which is being studied by archaeologists, historians and philologists. Viking and Viking Age are terms that require a more detailed explanation. First, they refer to a chronological horizon of the 9th, 10th and the first half of the 11th Century includes. The beginning is set in the year 793, when the monastery of Lindisfarne was attacked on the Scottish east coast and looted. At the end of 1066, when William the Conqueror after his victory is in the Battle of Hastings took the reign in England. In terms of chronology, the term middle Ages is for use only after the Scandinavian Viking Age. The core area form part of the present kingdoms of Denmark, Sweden and Norway. Of these areas of the Viking raids took their output.
In the narrow sense were also regions to have been discovered by the Scandinavians and the colonized and thus long-term or even long term received a North European coinage. This applies to the Faroe Islands and to Iceland and Greenland.
There are many works in which the term is examined Viking. The term Viking is presumably derived from the Old Norse Viking noun that means “robbing, looting, be on the prowl.” Other Wortherleitungen go from vikva (move from the spot, move, move) or from Norwegian vige (soft). Vic is referred to as a small bay where the shore recedes, so the original settlements of the later Viking. Another theory derives “Vikings” from the Latin word vicus designating propelled men who go from port to port. The word is older than the Viking era and the Anglo-Saxon Wídsíð already occupied. The highest support for Boyer takes the view that Viking was due to the Norse Vic (bay, smaller Gulf). A Viking would be a man who moves from bay to bay, to loot, or in a cove moored to a surprise attack from there on a random opponent, whether to undertake or enemy merchant ship.
This raises also the question of whether this statement means “pirate” or “robber” is based semantically adequate. Because then everyone could hawkers who drove the Norwegian and Icelandic coasts, called Viking.

non-fiction book

Format: Kindle Edition
File size: 216 KB
Page number of print edition: 18 pages
Language: German

Tense and temporality in German: On the importance of the German Futurtempora

Danka Todorova

Release date: 20th March 2010

In the present paper I am concerned with the importance of the German Futurtempora. Objects of my investigation on the one hand to the modal interpretations of the German by Heinz Futurtempora father, on the other hand be the problem of the future tense after Rolf Thieroff and Marcel Vuillaume. First, I’ll cover the modal interpretations of Futurtempora before I get a closer look at the importance of the future tense after Thieroff and Vuillaume.
Then I deal with the importance of the work of the Futurtempora Thieroff. I want this with selected examples from Peter Bichsel’s short stories (Actually, Mrs. Blum wants to know the milkman, 1993) illustrate.The book follows a methodological and pedagogical reflection that will provide essential knowledge for teaching practice.


Paperback: 52 pages
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, Edition: 1 (20 March 2010)
Language: German
ISBN-10: 3,640,568,559
ISBN-13: 978-3640568550
Size and / or weight: 21 x 14.8 x 0.3 cm

The Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962

Danka Todorova
Release date: 28 March 2010
Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the Department of Sociology – Political Sociology, Majorities, minorities, single-sided, grade: 1,0, University of Education Karlsruhe (Political Science), event: American Foreign Policy, Language: German, Abstract: In October 1962, there was a very serious confrontation between the two nuclear superpowers in the world, the United States and the Soviet Union. The trigger for this gravest crisis since the end of World War II was the stationing of Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba. The Cuban Missile Crisis is considered as the climax and turning point of the Cold War. In this paper I want to describe the history of the conflict, particularly in the two weeks from 14th 10th to 28.10. 1962 received and explain how the crisis could escalate and as then, perhaps at the last minute, a solution was found, which intervened in the world from a nuclear disaster bewahrte. Die USA after 1902 three times in Cuba to secure American interests. This caused in Cuba totally dependent on America. About 80% of the Cuban economy was controlled by the U.S., 40% of the sugar industry and 90% for the extraction of raw materials. While the American industry dominated the Cuban economy, the American Mafia, particularly in Miami and Las Vegas, the hotels and casinos on the island under its control.

• Paperback: 40 pages
• Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, Edition: 1 (28 March 2010)
• Language: German
• ISBN-10: 3640577175
• ISBN-13: 978-3640577170
• size and / or weight: 14 x 0.3 x 21.6 cm

“The Vikings – warriors or traders?” as the subject of a double period in the 7th Class Level

Danka Todorova

Release Date: 2 June 2010

Lesson Plan from the year 2005 in the Department of History Europe – And. countries – Medieval, Early Modern, single-sided, grade: No, University of Education Karlsruhe (story), event: the consolidation of Europe, Language: German, Abstract: means Historical knowledge memorizing and structuring unstructured details. Students must obtain an overview of the various historical periods. That students have neither the motivation nor the intellectual skills in a meaningful structuring this knowledge will not be considered. Not the superficial propaganda through the program, but the thorough treatment of limited, manageable, selected issues brings historical knowledge. -Learning work methods and techniques-the building of historical concepts and categories;-the structure of a time and historical concept;-the sensation of personal concern to the Vergangenheit. The lesson “Viking” is in the context “: Here are more important Middle Ages “of history teaching, the grade 7 Since only a total of six lessons for the subject Vikings are available, we decided to build one hour preparation. Ask students to different types of work: edit individual work, pair work, working in groups with different jobs that need to be checked at the end together. The established textbook provides practical information on the subject a few Vikings. This material consists mainly of three books which we have presented as a workbook; each student would get its own workbook.

This facilitates the development of various orders and gives the option of using each student alone with the subject matter and carry out the orders.

Paperback: 72 pages
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, Edition: 1 (2 June 2010)
Language: German
ISBN-10: 3,640,627,830
ISBN-13: 978-3640627837
Size and / or weight: 0.4 x 14.6 x 20.7

Imagery in German class a 7th class
Danka Todorova

Release Date: 6 June 2010

Lesson Plan from the year 2006 in the Department of German – grammar, style, technique, single-sided, grade: 3, University of Education Karlsruhe (in German), Course: Practical, language: German, Abstract: The imagery can be understood as an extended form of the metaphor. The metaphor is a transfer (gr. Metaphor transferred from metapherein), figurative meaning of a word. In ancient times, the pictorial language and still is now: today, in most cases, is hardly the image detention felt. Once a metaphor is not clearly presented, it is indistinguishable from a Begriff. For hours imagery is primarily to enable the students to recognize and understand imagery.

The direct transfer of the image plane to a factual level has to be considered. Today, however, the well-known words of metaphors and phrases meaning transmission, addressed.

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• Paperback: 36 pages
• Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, Edition: 1 (6 June 2010)
• Language: German
• ISBN-10: 3640626230
• ISBN-13: 978-3640626236
• size and / or weight: 21.6 x 14 x 0.2 cm

Report on a teaching practice exercise in a 1st class

Danka Todorova

Release date: 18 March 2011

Internship report / work in 2006 in the Department of German – pedagogy, didactics, linguistics, single-sided, grade: -, University of Education Karlsruhe (Practical School Ableilung) Event: Practical training, Language: German, Abstract: I have different expectations for this internship . For one, I want to continue my use of media in the west-school and try it for yourself much. Secondly, I want to know how in elementary school foreign teachers will be accepted. Also, I want to learn more about the watch with the kids, how they treat each other and how they are compared to their teacher’s restrained. Mein tasks during the internship versatile. I will try to adjust my judgment criteria, which I have acquired in school practice and in dealing with the literature, always at my own actions. I want to make sure that my actions and thinking is confirmed by new evidence or should be revised.

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Paperback: 32 pages
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, Edition: 1 (18 March 2011)
Language: German
ISBN-10: 3,640,870,255
ISBN-13: 978-3640870257
Size and / or weight: 14 x 0.2 x 21.6 cm

Responsibilities of the media” as a topic in one hour in an 8 CPIA trade class

 Danka Todorova
Release date: 30 May 2010

Lesson Plan from the year 2006 in the Department of Media / Communications – Other, printed on one side, and conditions – University of Education Karlsruhe (Institute of Social Sciences), Course: Practical, language: German, Abstract: In media studies, the term media by various authors differently defined. By Hartmut Winkler contains the term six basic assumptions: communication, symbolic character, technique, form and content, media overcome space and time, Unsichtbarkeit. Massenmedien can be understood as a means of transmitting information to a wide audience. These technical means of distribution (media) are benutzt. For hours tasks of the media is primarily to enable the students to recognize the role of the media and understand. In the hour not only information and entertainment is discussed as functions of the media, but also opinion and control.

Paperback: 32 pages
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, Edition: 1 (30 May 2010)
Language: German
ISBN-10: 3,640,629,434
ISBN-13: 978-3640629435
Size and / or weight: 21.6 x 14 x 0.2 cm


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