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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): Consuelo Bonillas
Sexual diversity means different things to different people.
Sexual Health in a Diverse World helps the reader appreciate diversity as it relates to their own lives, their communities and globally. The book enriches and enhances the reader's knowledge and encourages further study and continued dialogue regarding the "sexual health" conversation. The publication features a concise, yet wide ranging scope that provides the reader with a variety of perspectives to consider when trying to define her/his own meaning of any sexual content.
Author(s): Shu Jen Chen
In the current educational landscape where national and classroom demographics are changing, many teachers are simply not prepared to accommodate students of diverse backgrounds and abilities/disabilities.
Author(s): Carol E Norheim
Communicating for Productive and Fulfilling Relationships takes a different approach within the communication domain. In order to engage in a successful relationship, an individual must be aware of the various angles and perspectives in which to effectively communicate. This book tackles the situation at both ends of the spectrum, verbal and nonverbal communication.