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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): James Brent
Arkansas was once known as the Wonder State. It remains beguiling, in its beautiful and mystical scenery and in the diversity of its people; it is inspiring, in how those people have come back so often from the most heart-wrenching circumstances, and how so many of them have drawn strength from the place where they live; it is disturbing, in how so often prejudice and fear have steered it away from paths of progress when those paths were so clearly marked. But it still is a place to wonder at.
Art, Teaching and Learning provides future teachers of art and other art professionals a breadth and depth of history, context, theory, and practical applications for teaching art in the 21st century. This guide offers a global to regional perspectives on key concepts, terminology and practices with attention to cultural, cognitive, and theoretical diversity and pluralism.
Whether participating in competitive athletics or recreationally, most of us will try to perform at our best. To do so, we will attempt to move our bodies with task-specific patterns to reach activity-related goals. For example, to perform a quick move and deceive an opponent, a specific pattern of acceleration of the body will be one such factor (of many) that will determine the success of the movement. As observers, we see this movement in the speed and direction (velocity) of the body.
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.