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Author(s): Scott Stempson
Sporting events have become such a huge part of our culture that we can all remember certain athletic events in our own personal history that we were either involved in as a participant or watching as a fan.
American Sports History explores the big three team sports (baseball, basketball, and football) that have most affected American culture and vice-versa over the years.
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Author(s): Thomas P Rogan
We live in a society with many challenges and problems inherent to the lack of personal fitness, physical activity, and attention to our physical well-being.
Today’s physical education college majors of today must be educated as professionals for all students K-12 in their physical education classes, and must also be educated for the prospective majors in fitness, recreation, athletic training, coaching, personal training, sports management and marketing, corporate fitness, adult education, and many other tangent fields.
Author(s): Lori Phelps
Author(s): Ettien N. Koffi
Applied English Syntax combines the most relevant aspects of contemporary research on grammar with well-established paradigms inherited from former approaches. As a result, it offers an in-depth coverage of pertinent syntactic information to language arts teachers and English as second foreign language teachers. This book seeks to equip language professionals with the optimal syntactic background in order to enable them to teach grammar confidently.
Author(s): Jason M Taylor, Herschel Greenberg
Building Blocks: Skill Sets for Live–Fire Writing, Editing, and Grammar offers a unique approach to learning grammar, bridging the gap between traditional grammar books and using tools based on intuitive concepts. When students learn grammar as a series of building blocks, they learn to write proper sentences in any writing scenario.
Author(s): Andrew C. Fry, Loren Chiu
“Where do I begin? How am I ever supposed to write a strength training program like they talk about in class?”