Thinking Quantitatively Mml Access Code Card

Communicating With Numbers

Author: Eric Gaze

Publisher: Pearson College Division

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Category: Education

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"Thinking Quantitatively: Communicating with Numbers, " by Eric Gaze, is more than a simple math course; it develops well-rounded students who can think critically, while showcasing how we use numbers to communicate in everyday life. Today s students need to be numerically literate to thrive in our increasingly technological society, and this program teaches students the math needed to develop the critical thinking skills required to make good decisions and become informed citizens. "Thinking Quantitatively" is intended for use in a credit-bearing quantitative reasoning or liberal arts math course for non-STEM students. Built in MyMathLab, this program offers an interactive eText, videos, just-in-time tutorials, assessment, and Guided Worksheets. The Guided Worksheets are a printed resource students will use for note-taking and working out problems, and can be used as an in-class resource or to facilitate learning at home in tandem with their MyMathLab course. Authentic, real-world problem-solving using spreadsheet software gives students the opportunity to develop sophisticated reasoning about everyday topics. "Thinking Quantitatively "enriches the learning experience by providing students with the tools to process the quantitative data that is pervasive in their everyday lives. NOTE: Before purchasing, check with your instructor to ensure you select the correct ISBN. Several versions of Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products exist for each title, and registrations are not transferable. To register for and use Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products, you may also need a Course ID, which your instructor will provide. Used books, rentals, and purchases made outside of Pearson If purchasing or renting from companies other than Pearson, the access codes for Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products may not be included, may be incorrect, or may be previously redeemed. Check with the seller before completing your purchase. "This ISBN is for the MyMathLab access kit and contains none of the print supplements referenced above. If you would like to purchase the MyMathLab access kit with Guided Worksheets, search for: " 0133949907 / 9780133949902 Thinking Quantitatively: Communicating with Numbers MML Access Card with Guided Worksheets Package consists of: 0321869842 / 9780321869845 Thinking Quantitatively: Communicating with Numbers MML Access Code Card 0321869893 / 9780321869890 Guided Worksheets for Thinking Quantitatively: Communicating with Numbers "

مدخل الى حروف العربية واصواتها

Author: Kristen Brustad

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Category: Arabic alphabet

Page: 251

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This is the Teacher's Edition of Alif Baa, Third Edition. It includes the text, accompanying DVD, and the answer key all bound in to one book. Request a Desk/Exam copy here. The best-selling Alif Baa is the first volume of the Al-Kitaab Arabic language program and is now available in a new third edition. In this new version of the introduction to Arabic letters and sounds, English-speaking students will find an innovative integration of colloquial and formal (spoken and written) Arabic. Together, the book and new companion website provide learners with all the material necessary to learn the sounds of Arabic, write its letters, and begin speaking Arabic, including interactive, self-correcting exercises to enhance learning. The companion website also gives instructors additional online grading options. FEATURES • Four-color design throughout the book features over 100 illustrations and photographs • Gives learners and instructors color-coded options for the variety of language they wish to learn in speaking: Egyptian, Levantine, or formal Arabic (MSA) • Introduces over 200 basic vocabulary words in all three forms of spoken and written Arabic side by side, including expressions for polite social interaction, and activates them in interactive homework exercises and classroom groupwork • Includes video dialogues in Egyptian and Levantine, filmed in Cairo and Damascus • Includes video footage of an Arabic calligrapher, capsules on Arabic culture, and images of street signs from Morocco, Egypt, and Lebanon • Includes new English-Arabic and Arabic-English glossaries, searchable in the companion website • Textbook includes a convenient DVD with the basic audio and video materials (no interactive exercises) for offline study that will play in iTunes and compatible MP3 players • New companion website (sold separately) -- alkitaabtextbook.com -- features a fully integrated set of interactive exercises with all the video and audio materials and additional online course management and grading options for teachers Alif Baa provides the essential first 20-25 contact (classroom) hours of the Al-Kitaab program, accompanied by 40-50 homework hours. Students who complete Alif Baa should reach a novice-intermediate to novice-high level of proficiency.