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Brainchild

Author : ,

ISBN10 : 3748716923

Publisher : BookRix

Number of Pages : 133

Category : Education

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Book Summary: The 21st century is a challenging era and the competition is unyielding. As parents, we feel an urgency to prepare our children to face this world. We are constantly seeking the best schools, activities, and programs in the hope that they will give our children that extra leg-up in life. We believe that if we want our children to thrive in this world, we must prepare them with every resource available to us. In our eagerness to provide everything our children might need, we have lost sight of the basic fundamentals that they require to flourish. Like planning a house to weather the storm, we must ensure that our children's foundations are strong. However, in our haste to cover every avenue that promises an advantage, we have unwittingly compromised that foundation. It's time to review what is working and what isn't. Supported by case studies and scientific research findings, Brainchild provides keen insights on how to nurture children to reach their full potential.

Elephant Step

Author : Philip Bachman

ISBN10 : 1493100807

Publisher : Xlibris Corporation

Number of Pages : 138

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 1925

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Book Summary: What is the cost of conscious aware citizens? At what age can we confirm this? As Helmut charges forward into life, he begins to realize some the landmarks of change in his life are like planned disasters. Mostly, he is led by success, despite its controls. Technology is changing the world undeniably, but its timed application is what begins to get his attention. Also, because of the nature of daytime routine critical thinking is diminished quickly, and then forgotten. As disaster economics displaces imbedded cultures Americans are seeing shattering community changes. Helmut’s father is an armed forces civil servant. He is sworn to country. What are the nurturing cues and consequences for the children? Obviously, the American family absorbs and enables the ones that survive bad choices. Some will say this book is an example of radical behavior modification. Incrementally, this book is a rite of passage for Helmut to leap forward in his thinking, pushing him sometimes dangerously. From the beginning, the question is “If man can be made predictable, can the adventure be man-made?” This series of short capers causes internalized shock, skepticism, and self-preservation. Elephant Step happens so naturally, or does it?

Language Arts

Author : Pamela J. Farris,Donna E. Werderich

ISBN10 : 1478638796

Publisher : Waveland Press

Number of Pages : 582

Category : Education

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Book Summary: From the first edition to the latest, Language Arts: Process, Product and Assessment for Diverse Classrooms has presented sound language arts theory and methodology in a nonthreatening, straightforward manner at a reasonable price. Coverage focuses on the 2017 Standards for Literacy Professionals. Each chapter identifies and addresses the standards applicable to that chapter’s topics. Farris and Werderich infuse their foundational guidelines with the latest research, teaching practices, and assessment and evaluation techniques. Ideas for lesson plans, use of technological applications, internet resources, and comprehensive, up-to-date listings of children’s, young adult, and multicultural fiction and nonfiction titles are among the text’s outstanding features. Other features geared expressly for pre- and inservice teachers include: • Engaging, real-life classroom anecdotes • Instructional activities for reading, writing, listening, speaking, viewing, and visually representing • Boxes containing teaching hints and mini lessons • Section on Response to Intervention (RtI) with the various tiers of intervention • Theories, instruction, and teaching activities for English language learners (ELLs) • Guidelines to meet the needs of special needs learners • Suggestions for literacy-based interdisciplinary instruction (including STEM and STEAM) • Examples of children’s work to help readers understand what to expect from different ages and ability levels • Questions and assignments to strengthen readers’ aptitude, awareness, and application of topics to real life

Bird

Author : Noy Holland

ISBN10 : 1619026651

Publisher : Catapult

Number of Pages : 176

Category : Fiction

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Book Summary: This is a novel about the persistence of longing in which the twin lives of the title character blur and overlap. Bird puts her child on the bus for school and passes the day with her baby. Interwoven into the passage of the day are phone calls from a promiscuous, unmarried friend, and Bird's recollection of the feral, reckless love she knew as a young woman. It's a day infused with fear and longing, an exploration of the ways the past shapes and dislodges the present. In the present moment, Bird dutifully cares for her husband, infant, older child. But at the same time Bird inhabits this rehabilitated domestic life, she re–lives an unshakeable passion: Mickey, the lover she returns to with what feels like a migratory impulse, Mickey, whose movements and current lovers she still tracks. With Mickey, she slummed and wandered—part–time junkie, tourist of the low–life—a life of tantalizing peril. This can't last, Bird thought, and it was true. Noy Holland's writing is lyrical, fired by a heightened eroticism in which every sight and auditory sensation is charged with arousal. The writing in this book – Noy Holland's first novel –– is fearless in its depiction of sexual appetite and obsessive love. It sheds light on the terror of abandonment and the terrible knowledge that we are helpless to protect not only ourselves but the people we most love.