Drama Lessons: Ages 4-7

Author: Judith Ackroyd

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Education

Page: 136

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Designed for busy teachers, Drama Lessons: Ages 4–7 provides tried and tested lesson plans which will help you to make your drama lessons fun learning experiences. Drama Lessons: Ages 4–7 emerges from the continuing positive responses to Drama Lessons for Five to Eleven Year Olds (2001) and the three book series, Role Play in The Early Years (2004). In this book you will find a carefully chosen selection of the best lessons taken from these four texts, plus some exciting new material – a combination of brand new and classic lessons. This new collection introduces Literacy Alerts which identify how the drama activities develop aspects of literacy and suggest additional literacy activities. For each lesson plan, essential resources and timing information are provided. The lessons cover a range of themes and curriculum areas. Specialists and non-specialists, nursery nurses, teaching assistants and playgroup leaders will find the book easy to use and it will give all trainee teachers a flying start in their school placements.

El Gato Negro Escaping Thirteen Deaths Volume 4 - Lessons from the Cat

Author: Marcelo Mendoza Robert L. Barnes

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc


Category: Biography & Autobiography


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Juan Castro, at the age of seven, loses his entire family. The Cobra gang of Escuintla raises him up to be a top assassin and drug dealer. Over the course of three decades he escapes death 13 times. Eventually his activities in the gang life become so severe that El Gato Negro is forced to hide in America. Even his education with the wizard, and a myriad of jefes, cannot protect him from the inevitable.

Brain-Powered Lessons to Engage All Learners Level 4

Author: LaVonna Roth

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials


Category: Education

Page: 152

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Do you struggle with creating engaging lessons for fourth grade students? If so, Brain-Powered Lessons to Engage All Learners is your answer. This resource provides fun, appealing, and rigorous lessons based on brain-powered strategies. The eight strategies included in these lessons are designed around how the brain learns as a foundation. Students will look forward to using the strategies and learning new content--ultimately resulting in higher student success. Get ready to move your classroom to a whole new level of excitement and learning!

Lessons from the Economic Transition

Central and Eastern Europe in the 1990s

Author: Salvatore Zecchini

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 590

View: 580

An attentive reader embarking on this book might wonder what "the" economic transition to which the title refers might be. In this century almost all countries have gone through periods of economic transition; but which period of economic history can claim to embody the notion or to represent the era of "the" transition? Definitely, no country or group of countries has experienced anything comparable to the economic upheavals that the fall of communism has brought about in a large portion of the world in just three years (1989 to 1991). No other "transition" to date has prompted more interest and more studies among economists, academics and policy-makers than has the transformation of centrally planned economies into market-based systems. It is this transformation that has come to define "the" transition. Early in the transformation process (in November 1990), with the support of the Centre for Co-operation with the Economies in Transition (CCET), I launched a conference to examine the challenges faced by these countries. About six years have gone by and a new economic landscape has emerged in that part of the world. The difficulties in transforming these economies have exceeded all expectations, and economic performances have varied considerably across countries. The time has come, therefore, to make a first evaluation of progress and problems, with a view to extracting useful policy lessons to guide policy-makers in successfully completing the transition in the near future.

First Language Lessons for the Well-trained Mind

Level 4

Author: Jessie Wise

Publisher: Peace Hill Press


Category: Education

Page: 552

View: 127

This simple-to-use scripted guide to grammar and composition makes successful teaching easy for both parents and teachers. It uses the classical techniques of memorization, copywork, dictation, and narration to develop a child's language ability in the first years of study.

A History of Cavalry from the Earliest Times with Lessons for the Future

Author: George Taylor Denison

Publisher: London : Macmillan


Category: Cavalry

Page: 567

View: 856

Rytteriets historie fra de tidligste tider, da hesten første gang blev anvendt i krig og til og med Fransk Tyske Krig 1870 - 1871, herunder beskrivelser af rytteriets organisation gennem tiderne, den taktiske anvendelse af rytteriet samt beskrivelse af slag, hvor rytteriet har spillet en rolle. Bogen er en prisopgave stillet af den russiske generalinspektør for det russiske rytteri i 1874 storfyrst Nikolaj efter bemyndigelse af Zar Alexander II.

Passionate Bureaucrat, The: Lessons For The 21st Century From 4,500 Years Of Public Service Reform

Author: Everest-phillips Max

Publisher: World Scientific


Category: Political Science

Page: 372

View: 261

Effective and impartial public administration is the foundation of state legitimacy. This was understood 4,500 years ago when Urukagina, the ruler of a small country in Mesopotamia, proclaimed the first known reform of public service. The quality of public administration will be even more important in the 21st century. Successful states will be those that recognise public service as a key determinant of national competitive advantage. That realisation will generate a radical change in the image of the civil servant — from dull, uninspired public official to passionate advocate of the common good.This transformation will be the product of the complex challenges arising from the interweaving of globalisation with the '4th Industrial Revolution.' These and related developments are forcing governments around the world to search for public service that can respond to the unprecedented range of opportunities and threats emerging from a rapidly evolving international context. In an increasingly frenetic world ruled by 'Wicked Ostriches' and 'Black Elephants', governments require a civil service capable of achieving five outcomes: i) unlocking the creativity and collaborative spirit needed to solve complex problems; ii) overcoming the fallacy that the private sector is inherently more innovative and efficient than the public service; iii) developing societies that are perceived by their citizens as fair; iv) fostering the trust of citizens in their governments; and v) bolstering the legitimacy of the state.The author, who is Director of the United Nations Development Programme's Global Centre for Public Service Excellence in Singapore, suggests that these interconnected aims will result in a new phenomenon: the public recognition by political leaders and citizens that future prosperity, political stability, environmental sustainability and social cohesion are dependent on committed and creative civil servants passionate about promoting the long-term national interest.'I shall pass through this world but once. Any good therefore that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.'Mahatma Gandhi

Lessons in Modern Farming

Or, Agriculture for Schools; Containing Scientific Exercises for Recitation; and Elegant Extracts from Rural Literature, for Academic Or Family Reading




Category: Agriculture

Page: 432

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Financial Systems at the Crossroads

Lessons for China

Author: Wing Thye Woo

Publisher: World Scientific


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 404

View: 495

Financial Systems at the Crossroads: Lessons for China is written by leading financial experts to study the causes of financial disasters internationally. The research team is drawn from the global research networks of three leading universities: the Antai College of Economics and Management at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, the School of Economics at Fudan University, and the Earth Institute at Columbia University. This review volume identifies the regulatory framework to guide the emergence of efficient financial institutions that are prudent; and to specify the required institutional mechanisms to prevent and resolve systemic collapse. It examines the specific circumstances of China to come up with a comprehensive agenda to reform China's financial sector. It provides in-depth analysis of China's financial industry to show its future evolution and offers lessons for developing a financial system that is efficient, innovative and resilient. Contents:Analytical Overview:Mobilizing China's Financial Sector Efficiently and Safely for Sustaining Economic Transformation and Strengthening Global Financial Stability (Yingli Pan, Jeffrey D Sachs, Wing Thye Woo and John Qi Zhu)Understanding the Important Lessons from the International Experience:Wall Street Lawlessness (Jeffrey D Sachs)Systemic Lack of Prudence in Wealthy Nations: Avoiding the Dark Side of Financial Development (Peter Boone and Simon Johnson)Lessons from the Financial Liberalization in the Nordic Countries in the 1980s (Seppo Honkapohja)Asian Financial Markets and Financial Internationalization in China (Kiyohiko G Nishimura)Tokyo's Ultimately Failed Bid for First Tier International Financial Centre Status: Why Did It Fall Short and What are the Lessons for Shanghai? (Huw McKay)Designing the Right Financial System for China:The Great Accommodation: Chinese Central Banking in the New Millennium (Junhui Qian and Wing Thye Woo)The Structural Friction in China's Banking System: Causes, Measurement and Solutions (Hongzhong Liu and Tai Qin)Credit Rationing, Bank Bailouts, and the Deleterious Impact of Credit: Evidence from China (Jean Louis Arcand)The Options for Reforming the Renminbi Exchange Rate Regime (Xinru Wu, Yingli Pan, Zhichao Zhang, Jing Nie and Si Zhou)The Internationalization of the Renminbi is in Accordance with China's National Interests and Global Responsibilities (Yingli Pan, Yingfeng Xu and Jun Wu)Reforming China's Rural Financial Market (Xi Zhu) Readership: Graduate students and researchers in financial industry, financial analysts and China-watchers. Keywords:Financial Systems;Chinese Economy;US Economy;Financial Development;Nordic Countries;China Central Banking;Renminbi Exchange RateKey Features:Written by leading financial experts from the global research networks of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Fudan University and Columbia UniversityStudies the causes of financial disasters internationallyExamines the specific circumstances of China to come up with a comprehensive agenda to reform China's financial sectorProvides in-depth analysis of China's financial industry to show its future evolutionOffers lessons for developing a financial system that is efficient, innovative and resilient

Group Lessons for Suzuki Violin and Viola

Author: Carolyn McCall

Publisher: Alfred Music


Category: Music

Page: 84

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A compilation of violin and viola repertory group lesson ideas, planned to reinforce what is learned at individual lessons at home. This 84-page book is organized according to students' ability levels from pre-Twinkle through Volume 4. Each chapter contains an introduction, suggested warm-up activities, and appropriate ideas for working toward these goals: posture, concentration and coordination, right hand techniques, left hand techniques and musicality. Activities for combined violin and viola groups, and suggestions for the end of the group lesson wrap up each section of the book. This is an attractive and useful book with an emphasis on ideas. Photographs help to illustrate concepts.

First Language Lessons for the Well-trained Mind

Level 1

Author: Jessie Wise

Publisher: Peace Hill Press


Category: Education

Page: 171

View: 490

Offers scripted lessons for first grade teachers to help young students' develop language ability using narration, copywork, and other classical techniques.

Word Lessons

A Complete Speller Adapted for Use in the Higher Primary, Intermediate, and Grammar Grades

Author: Alonzo Reed



Category: Spellers

Page: 188

View: 760

Electronic Keyboard Lessons for Beginners

Teach Yourself How to Play Keyboard (Free Video Available)

Author: LearnToPlayMusic.com

Publisher: LearnToPlayMusic.com


Category: Music

Page: 52

View: 259

Teach yourself how to play keyboard with our easy electronic keyboard lessons for beginners. ***Comes with online access to free keyboard videos and audio for all examples. See and hear how each one is played by a teacher, then play along with the backing band. Also includes music score and keyboard animation for easy music learning.*** "What an amazing book! I recently bought it for my son and he loves it. Starting with the basics, you learn keyboard essentials very quickly. Before long, you can make your keyboard sound like a full band!" - John Litoris, Phoenix AZ Progressive Beginner Electronic Keyboard contains all you need to know to start learning to be a great electronic keyboard player - in one easy-to-follow, lesson-by-lesson electronic keyboard tutorial. Suitable for all ages and all types of musical keyboard, electric piano and electronic piano with an auto-chord function including Yamaha keyboards, Casio keyboard and other digital keyboard. No prior knowledge of how to read music or playing the electronic keyboard is required to teach yourself to learn to play keyboard from this book. Teach yourself: • How to play electronic keyboard notes and electronic keyboard chords - both full fingered and automatic chords using the auto accompaniment function • How to play keyboard scales, melodies and rhythms • All the fundamental techniques of electronic keyboard playing including correct posture, hand positions and fingering technique • A fast and easy system for learning the keyboard theory required to read piano music for beginners including scales, sharps and flats, ties, rests, key signatures and time signatures • Electronic keyboard tips and electronic keyboard tricks that every player should know when learning keyboard • Shortcuts for how to learn keyboard fast by getting the most from keyboard practice sessions Contains everything you need to know to learn to play the keyboard today. Features include: • Progressive step-by-step easy beginners keyboard lessons written by a professional electronic keyboard teacher • Easy-to-read keyboard music and keyboard chords for beginners • Full color photos and diagrams • Keyboard chord chart containing formulas and chord diagrams for all important keyboard chords • 50+ electronic keyboard exercises and popular easy keyboard songs for beginners in rock keyboard, blues keyboard, folk keyboard and classical keyboard styles Beginner keyboard lessons have never been this easy for anyone who wants to learn how to play the keyboard, fast. LearnToPlayMusic.com's electronic keyboard lessons for beginners are used by students and electronic keyboard teachers worldwide to learn how to play keyboard. For over 30 years, our team of professional authors, composers and musicians have crafted keyboard lesson books that are a cut above the rest. We offer a huge selection of music instruction books that cover many different instruments and styles in print, eBook and app formats. Awarded the 'Quality Excellence Design' (QED) seal of approval for eBook innovation, LearnToPlayMusic.com continues to set the standard for quality music education resources.

Anne of France : Lessons for My Daughter

Author: Anne (de France.)

Publisher: DS Brewer


Category: History

Page: 105

View: 344

Anne of France (1461-1522) composed these lessons - presented as a portrait of an ideal princess - as guidance in negotiating the pitfalls facing a woman in the world of politics.