Turning Point

Author by : Danielle Steel
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Publisher by : Dell
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Description : #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • In Danielle Steel’s powerful new novel, four trauma doctors—the best and brightest in their field—confront exciting new challenges, both personally and professionally, when given an unusual opportunity. Bill Browning heads the trauma unit at San Francisco’s busiest emergency room, SF General. With his ex-wife and daughters in London, he immerses himself in his work and lives for rare visits with his children. A rising star at her teaching hospital, UCSF at Mission Bay, Stephanie Lawrence has two young sons, a frustrated stay-at-home husband, and not enough time for any of them. Harvard-educated Wendy Jones is a dedicated trauma doctor at Stanford, trapped in a dead-end relationship with a married cardiac surgeon. And Tom Wylie’s popularity with women rivals the superb medical skills he employs at his Oakland medical center, but he refuses to let anyone get too close, determined to remain unattached forever. These exceptional doctors are chosen for an honor and a unique project: to work with their counterparts in Paris in a mass-casualty training program. As professionals, they will gain invaluable knowledge from the program. As ordinary men and women, they will find that the City of Light opens up incredible new possibilities, exhilarating, enticing, and frightening. When an unspeakable act of mass violence galvanizes them into action, their temporary life in Paris becomes a stark turning point: a time to face harder choices than they have ever made before—with consequences that will last a lifetime.


Turning Point

Author by : Michael Burgan
Languange : en
Publisher by : Capstone
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Description : In an immersive, exciting narrative nonfiction format, this powerful book follows a selection of people who experienced the D-Day invasion.


Turning Pointe

Author by : Chloe Angyal
Languange : en
Publisher by : Hachette UK
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Description : A reckoning with one of our most beloved art forms, whose past and present are shaped by gender, racial, and class inequities—and a look inside the fight for its future Every day, in dance studios all across America, legions of little children line up at the barre to take ballet class. This time in the studio shapes their lives, instilling lessons about gender, power, bodies, and their place in the world both in and outside of dance. In Turning Pointe, journalist Chloe Angyal captures the intense love for ballet that so many dancers feel, while also grappling with its devastating shortcomings: the power imbalance of an art form performed mostly by women, but dominated by men; the impossible standards of beauty and thinness; and the racism that keeps so many people of color out of ballet. As the rigid traditions of ballet grow increasingly out of step with the modern world, a new generation of dancers is confronting these issues head on, in the studio and on stage. For ballet to survive the twenty-first century and forge a path into a more socially just future, this reckoning is essential.


No Turning Point

Author by : Theodore Corbett
Languange : en
Publisher by : University of Oklahoma Press
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Description : The Battle of Saratoga in 1777 ended with British general John Burgoyne’s troops surrendering to the American rebel army commanded by General Horatio Gates. Historians have long seen Burgoyne’s defeat as a turning point in the American Revolution because it convinced France to join the war on the side of the colonies, thus ensuring American victory. But that traditional view of Saratoga overlooks the complexity of the situation on the ground. Setting the battle in its social and political context, Theodore Corbett examines Saratoga and its aftermath as part of ongoing conflicts among the settlers of the Hudson and Champlain valleys of New York, Canada, and Vermont. This long, more local view reveals that the American victory actually resolved very little. In transcending traditional military history, Corbett examines the roles not only of enlisted Patriot and Redcoat soldiers but also of landowners, tenant farmers, townspeople, American Indians, Loyalists, and African Americans. He begins the story in the 1760s, when the first large influx of white settlers arrived in the New York and New England backcountry. Ethnic and religious strife marked relations among the colonists from the outset. Conflicting claims issued by New York and New Hampshire to the area that eventually became Vermont turned the skirmishes into a veritable civil war. These pre-Revolution conflicts—which determined allegiances during the Revolution—were not affected by the military outcome of the Battle of Saratoga. After Burgoyne’s defeat, the British retained control of the upper Hudson-Champlain valley and mobilized Loyalists and Native allies to continue successful raids there even after the Revolution. The civil strife among the colonists continued into the 1780s, as the American victory gave way to violent strife amounting to class warfare. Corbett ends his story with conflicts over debt in Vermont, New Hampshire, and finally Massachusetts, where the sack of Stockbridge—part of Shays’s Rebellion in 1787—was the last of the civil disruptions that had roiled the landscape for the previous twenty years. No Turning Point complicates and enriches our understanding of the difficult birth of the United States as a nation.


Turning Point

Author by : Rohan Weerasinghe
Languange : en
Publisher by : Ecademy Press
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Description : Are you ready to create a new Turning Point in your life? Have you ever looked back over time and noticed that there were certain turning points that literally changed the direction of your life? For most people, these turning points are created by circumstance and without direction. In this life-changing book, Dr Rohan Weerasinghe will show you exactly how to create and direct your own turning points whenever you choose to. You will be guided through a Six Step Change Process that can be applied to any area of your life, from health to relationships and from money to career. You will also be given practical, powerful tools that will enable you to: Identify exactly whose values you are living by, Create a completely new financial template for your life, Inject more health and vitality into your life, Discover the seven blocks that crush positive change, Focus in on your true life-purpose, Find the critical point of contact between intent and attraction, Discover the recipe for creating lifelong fun and passionate relationships. A 6 Step Process for Transforming Your Life.


The Turning Point

Author by : Fritjof Capra
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bantam
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Description : A compelling vision of a new reality, a reconciliation of science and the human spirit for a future that will work The dynamics underlying the major problems of our time--cancer, crime, pollution, nuclear power, inflation, the energy shortage--are all the same. We have reached a time of dramatic and potentially dangerous change, a turning point for the planet as a whole. We need a new vision of reality, one that allows the forces transforming our world to flow together as a positive movement for social change. Now distinguished scientist Fritjof Capra gives us that vision, a holistic paradigm of science and spirit. "This splendid and thoughtful book is an essential guide for anyone inquiring about the place of science and metascience in our contemporary culture. Those who enjoyed Fritjof Capra's Tao of Physics should not expect a sequel; this is a much more ambitious book that attempts and succeeds in presenting a whole worldview from the viewpoint of a committed and experienced physicist who also writes from within the North American culture.... It is unusually detailed and thorough in its inclusion of the conventional and the alternative approaches to topics ranging from ecology through medicine and psychology to economics. It is at once scholarly and easy to read."--Jim Lovelock, New Scientist


Cancer As A Turning Point

Author by : Lawrence LeShan
Languange : en
Publisher by : Penguin
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Description : Psychotherapist Lawrence LeShan has worked with cancer patients for more than thirty-five years and his research has led people with cancer to find new, effective ways to fight for their lives. He has put his findings--full of meaning and purpose--into this revised edition that shows how psychological change, along with medical treatment, mobilizes a compromised immune system for healing. Included is a life-transforming workbook of hands-on exercises designed to help readers evaluate their inner selves and teach them how to get the most out of their immune systems by leading fuller, richer lives.


The Turning Point

Author by : Tony V. Pay
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lulu Press, Inc
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Description : In England, there was a wealthy young Englishman, who was sent to the most prestigious schools. Upon graduation, his parents expected him to become a politician, like his father, but he had other ideas. He wanted to go to America, find a job and see what life was like for the average person. In New Jersey, there was a young woman who started working at a young age to help support her family. Her parents loved and nurtured her and her brother; they brought up their children to respect other people and live up to their high moral standards. The young Englishman followed his dream and went to the United States. He worked in many jobs, taking anything that would keep putting food on his table. He was challenged by his new lifestyle. Not long afterwards, he met the woman from New Jersey. This story is about their lives: their love, their happiness, their sorrow and their laughter.


Ebook Economics For Business

Author by : David Begg
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw Hill
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Description : Economics for Business 5th edition is an essential introduction to economics tailor-made for business students. Economic principles are clearly explained within the context of modern business, drawing on a wealth of contemporary examples that bring the topics to life.


Ebook Economics For Business 6e

Author by : DAVID BEGG, DAM
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw Hill
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Description : EBOOK: Economics for Business, 6e


Ib Prepared Mathematics Analysis And Approaches Ebook

Author by : Ed Kemp
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press - Children
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Description : IB Prepared resources are developed directly with the IB to provide the most up-to-date, authentic and authoritative guidance on DP assessment. IB Prepared: Mathematics analysis and approaches combines a concise review of course content with strategic guidance, past paper material and exam-style practice opportunities, allowing learners to consolidate the knowledge and skills that are essential to success.


Fahrenheit 451 Enhanced Ebook

Author by : Nick Otten
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lorenz Educational Press
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Description : This is an idea book. It was designed for you, the literature teacher, as a time-saver that brings together key ideas, background information, and suggestions for teaching the novel successfully. Choose from the suggestions in the book to suit your style; adapt and expand on activities as they suit your students. Above all, this book is meant to be a tool to assist you in intensifying your students' involvement with the text and with the way literature helps to make sense of our world.


Uncoupling

Author by : Diane Vaughan
Languange : en
Publisher by : New York : Oxford University Press
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Description : Delineates the underlying pattern beneath every disintegrating relationship and sheds light on a number of key issues, such as why some people never psychologically separate, why counseling often fails, and why one person can sometimes take the end of a r


Ebook Business Forecasting And Modelling

Author by : J. Holton Wilson
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw Hill
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Description : The Sixth Edition of Business Forecasting is the most practical forecasting book on the market with the most powerful software—Forecast X. This edition presents a broad-based survey of business forecasting methods including subjective and objective approaches. As always, the author team of Wilson and Keating deliver practical how-to forecasting techniques, along with dozens of real world data sets while theory and math are held to a minimum. This Sixth Edition includes Forecast X software updated for Excel 2007 and Vista. Forecast X is the most comprehensive software tool available in this market and the new version is also backwards compatible for XP Excel 2003 systems. This Excel-based tool effectively uses wizards and many tools to make forecasting easy and understandable.


Ebook Engaging Patients In Healthcare

Author by : Angela Coulter
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
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Description : This is a complete guide to patient engagement and participation in healthcare. It explains the theories and models used when engaging patients at all levels and in a variety of sectors, as well as giving practical examples to illustrate the reality of patient involvement, and how it impacts on health outcomes.


The Turning Point

Author by : Marie Meyer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Hachette UK
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Description : It's funny how a piece of paper can change your life-a diploma, a ticket . . . a plain, white envelope For as long as I could remember, I was the girl with the plan. Good college, good medical school, good career. I would save lives instead of standing by helplessly, watching while they slipped away. That was before my father called for the first time in fifteen years to tell me about the terminal illness stealing his life-an illness that might be stealing mine, too. It was before he gave me the name of a doctor and a plane ticket to Italy. Before I flew across an ocean. Before I realized how brilliantly bright life could be. Before I met Lucas. He's everything I've always wanted, and the timing couldn't be worse. I can't do this to him-he deserves so much better. My head tells me I can't afford to fall in love with Lucas, but my heart won't listen. Lucas is fearless about the future, while I'm not even sure I have one. There's only one way to know what's ahead and it's waiting for me at home inside a plain, white envelope. All I have to do, is open it . . .


Turning Points

Author by : Diane Ducat
Languange : en
Publisher by : Pearson
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Description : This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. Turning Points is a practical resource that covers self-assessment, career exploration, job search, and goal-setting. It has been revised to provide updated advice on uncovering job and internship leads, creating resumes and cover letters, and interviewing effectively. Networking skills are emphasized, and the value of college internships is highlighted. Effective goal-setting techniques are introduced. Educational decisions are presented as a crucial dimension of career development. To increase student awareness of why career opportunities are now in constant flux, examples of globalization and rapid technological innovation are interwoven throughout the text. There is a stronger focus on helping both traditional college-age and adult students present their skills effectively. The Instructor's Manual contains the text's major activities that can be posted on a course management system, chapter PowerPoints, assignments appropriate for ePortfolios, and a test bank.


Ebook Experiencing Intercultural Communication An Introduction

Author by : Judith Martin
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw Hill
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Description : The new Southern African edition of this popular introductory textbook offers students a practical and accessible framework for developing their intercultural communication skills. It provides a global perspective on intercultural communication while allowing students to contextualise their knowledge with relevant examples, applications and perspectives. Recognising that students in Southern African come from diverse cultural, ethnic and linguistic backgrounds, it provides discussion of issues and perspectives they can apply to everyday life and to broader contexts.


Ebook Evidence Based Research

Author by : Brian Brown
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
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Description : "A most valuable resource setting health care research into a contemporary philosophical setting" Dr Colin Thunhurst, Course Director, University College Cork * Why is the philosophy of science important for health care research? * What impact do world-views and paradigms have on the research process and the knowledge it generates? * Why do some kinds of concepts get replaced by others? This book covers the major perspectives in the philosophy of science and critically discusses their relevance to health care research, using examples of paradigms, concepts, theories and research findings in the health sciences. It makes sense of the bewildering variety of assumptions, world-views and epistemiological implications of the different research methods. It enables the reader to become an informed consumer of scholarship on health care issues. The authors describe how health care research has been influenced by positivistic and interpretative approaches, and how it has recently been challenged by postmodernist philosophies. All of these approaches have research methods aligned with them which have taken their place in the panoply of tools at the disposal of the health scientist. Written in a clear and accessible style, Evidence-Based Research demonstrates how the different philosophical bases to research impact in real-life health care work and research. It is key reading for the growing number of people involved in health care research in universities and health settings, and is particularly suitable for advanced undergraduate and masters students researching in the health care sciences.


Seasons To Celebrate August To December Ebook

Author by : Ann Richmond Fisher
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lorenz Educational Press
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Description : Celebrate special days and themes August to December with the creative ideas in this 320-page book--bulletin boards, teacher helps, reproducible student activities, resource lists, parents' letters and much, much more! Plus a CD-ROM (print books) or .zip file (eBooks) chock-full of clip art. A valuable resource to keep close at all times!


Ebook How To Get A Job You Love 2019 2020 Edition

Author by : John Lees
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
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Description : How To Get A Job You Love is a blueprint for anyone looking for work or planning a career change. Whether you’re looking for your first job, a graduate or an experienced professional, this book will guide you through the process. Practical exercises help you spot the work that will suit you best – and how to find it. New Features in the 2019–2020 edition include: • Latest material on managing your social media presence and impact • New insight into creating a better career ‘deal’ • Extra advice on networking and reaching out using information interviews • Effective job search strategies as more and more jobs are not advertised • Latest advice on what will shorten (or extend) your job search • How to tell your career story at interviews • New and revised exercises including ‘should I work for myself?’


The Turning Point

Author by : Gugulethu Sibiya
Languange : en
Publisher by : Partridge Africa
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Description : Love comes in the least expected ways, and true love catches you off guard. However, one still needs to deliberate natural consequences that accompany falling in love and ensure that the passion of the moment takes subordinate while natural consequences take precedence. A wise teacher at a secondary school fell in love with a learner that he taught was beautiful, but it got ugly when she fell pregnant. Both their lives took a sharp turning point for the worst. For the man, he lost his tenure, his marriage was in shaky ground, and he suffered all the misfortunes that he felt were a punishment from the Almighty. For the woman, she lost her youth, she left school, she was no longer considered for marriage, and she carried the burden of raising a child by herself. At the end of every tunnel, there is light. The baby was the light because she grew to be very strong, motivated, ambitious, and most of all, her mothers hope. When the girl reached womanhood, something peculiar happened when she came home to introduce her boyfriend to her family. Her boyfriend was the spitting image of the secondary teacher. Could it possibly be his son?


Turning Point Auckland

Author by : Owen Gill
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oratia Media Ltd
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Description : Auckland is at a turning point. At current growth rates it will pass two million people sometime during the decade beginning 2022, at which point social and infrastructure problems will begin to compound. This book is for two groups of people: new residents coming to Auckland who will need us to prepare the way for them, and current residents who wonder what we can do to improve the city. Drawing on the latest international thinking on cities, Owen Gill puts forward a radical yet sensible agenda for change to allow Auckland to take its place as a leading hub of the Asia-Pacific region. Turning Point Auckland features colour images illustrating Auckland’s diverse environments and succinct appendices that summarise the author’s proposals for making this a truly great city.


Turning Points

Author by : Mark A. Noll
Languange : en
Publisher by : Baker Books
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Description : In this popular introduction to church history, now in its third edition, Mark Noll isolates key events that provide a framework for understanding the history of Christianity. The book presents Christianity as a worldwide phenomenon rather than just a Western experience. Now organized around fourteen key moments in church history, this well-received text provides contemporary Christians with a fuller understanding of God as he has revealed his purpose through the centuries. This new edition includes a new preface; updates throughout the book; revised "further readings" for each chapter; and two new chapters, including one spotlighting Vatican II and Lausanne as turning points of the recent past. Students in academic settings and church adult education contexts will benefit from this one-semester survey of Christian history.


Ebook Introducing Qualitative Research In Psychology

Author by : Carla Willig
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
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Description : Why use qualitative research in psychology? How is qualitative research in psychology carried out? What are the major debates and unresolved issues surrounding this form of research?Introducing Qualitative Research in Psychology is a vital resource for students new to qualitative psychology. It offers a clear introduction to the topic by taking eight different approaches to qualitative methods and explaining when each one should be used, the procedures and techniques involved, and any limitations associated with such research. Throughout the new edition, material has been re-organized and updated to reflect developments in the field, while Carla Willig's style of writing, popular with students and lecturers alike, remains unchanged. Together with wider coverage of conceptual issues and epistemological & theoretical challenges in qualitative research, this third edition boasts three new methods chapters: Thematic Analysis, Narrative Analysis and Visual Methodologies. Three additional chapters on Qualitative Research Design & Data Collection, The Role of Interpretation and Putting Together A Research Proposal will be invaluable to students and researchers during conceptual preparation. This edition contains more interactive exercises and discussion points in order to help students understand what they are learning, as well as three qualitative research reports written by students. The third edition is supported by a new Online Learning Centre www.openup.co.uk/willig with resources for lecturers and students. With contributions from Sarah Jane Dryden, Caroline Silcock and Joanna Silver. "All students of qualitative research in psychology will find a wealth of information in Carla Willig's book. With its expanded sections and detailed consideration of concepts, techniques and applications of qualitative research, the interactive approach taken in this book is ably supported by extensive research examples. As usual with Carla Willig's clear and detailed writing style, this book will give both new and existing researchers the opportunity to think clearly about their use of qualitative research and its methods." Dr Nollaig Frost, Senior Lecturer, Psychology, Middlesex University, UK "A tour de force from an expert guide which grounds students in the lexicon of qualitative psychology, before explicating a range of major methodologies. Students will appreciate many worked examples, and will be stimulated by the coverage of contemporary innovations, issues and debates - an invaluable textbook." Professor Brendan Gough, Institute of Health and Wellbeing, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK "In just over a decade, Carla Willig's book has become one of the key introductory texts in the field. Many of my students and supervisees have enjoyed reading it - finding complex issues and debates have been explained in an accessible manner. This latest edition includes helpful advice on writing a research proposal, some newer research methods and discussion about the future of qualitative research. In addition, there are new chapters on epistemology and interpretation which I think my students will find particularly valuable as these are often the most challenging topics when one is new to qualitative research." Dr David Harper, Reader in Clinical Psychology, University of East London, UK "Once again, Carla Willig has produced a wonderfully clear account of how and why qualitative methods ought be used to answer psychological questions. Not only does Willig examine key theories, ethics and debates surrounding the use and interpretation of qualitative data, she shows us 'how' to do it - step by step, with a tremendous sense of balance and integrity. This new edition covers some of the more recent debates in qualitative research, contains new examples of how to design, carry out and approach analysis in qualitative methods and lots of useful questions that researchers ask themselves along the way. My students have used Willig's writings on qualitative methods for many years as they can understand and engage with it. There is simply no other equivalent text in psychology to rival Willig's - her clarity, conviction and sheer brilliance in putting difficult ideas on methods into plain language is something students in psychology will relish for a very long time to come." Paula Reavey, Professor of Psychology, London South Bank University, UK "In writing this text originally, Carla Willig argued that, unlike quantitative research (where the aim is to follow a set of rules and get them 'right'), qualitative research is more about 'having adventures'. From the start it sounds a lot more fun, and certainly a lot more interesting! And it was. Students and lecturers alike appreciate its lively, practical approach, its very clear and elegant writing, its use of clever examples of students' own work and its lucid explanations of the theory underpinning methods and methodologies. This new, third edition is a real triumph. It's more comprehensive and it's bang up to date, with three additional new chapters, more examples of student projects, and overall an even more systematic approach. It is, in my view, the most approachable and person-friendly text around introducing qualitative research in psychology, and a great opportunity to 'boldly go', have adventures, and really get to grips with doing qualitative research." Wendy Stainton Rogers, Professor Emerita, Faculty of Health and Social Care, The Open University, UK


The Ebook Revolution

Author by : Kate Sheehan
Languange : en
Publisher by : ABC-CLIO
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Description : The book ecosystem is radically changing, and libraries must change with it. This book tackles the controversial discussion about eBooks and explores librarian-driven solutions and visions for the future of libraries in the 21st century.


Oxford International Primary History Student Book 6 Ebook Oxford International Primary History Student Book 6 Ebook

Author by : Aaron Wilkes
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press - Children
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Description : This complete six year primary history course develops inquisitive and engaged learners through a six-year primary history course. Helping students contextualise historical events, it provides a firm foundation to analyse both local and international history. It is based on the English National Curriculum and maintains an international focus. · Follows an enquiry-based approach and focuses on historical skills and knowledge · Carefully selected topics engage students with a mix of international and local history · Helps students refine literacy and language skills with specific considerations for EAL students · The Student Books, Workbooks and Teacher's Guide provide differentiated activities to meet the wide range of needs in your classroom · Offers a structured syllabus which follows the 2014 English National Curriculum with a focus on world history · Step-by-step teaching plans are available in the Teacher's Guide


A Turning Point In Teacher Education

Author by : James D. Kirylo
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield
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Description : This book suggests that traditional teacher education programs must deeply reflect on solidifying the place, power, and necessity of its purpose.


Vivekananda As The Turning Point

Author by : A Compilation
Languange : en
Publisher by : Advaita Ashrama (A publication branch of Ramakrishna Math, Belur Math)
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Description : This is a commemorative volume, published by Advaita Ashrama, a publication house of Ramakrishna Math, Belur Math, being a part of Swami Vivekananda’s 150th birth anniversary publications. It is a collection of revealing articles on this great personality by writers from all walks of life, and they present Vivekananda as that Turning Point in modern history, which will usher a new era of hope, peace, and living spirituality the world over.