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Author(s): Robert Prescott
Every year, thousands of people enroll as English majors at colleges and universities all across America. They come to the discipline for many reasons, but typically they choose English because they love to read or because they had a life-changing experience in a high-school or junior-college English class. Students never tell faculty they are coming to English because they want to get a good paying job after they graduate.
Due to economic, strategic, and historical factors, Arabic will always be a critical and important language for communication with, dealing with, and understanding the Arab World.
Windows on Arabic and Its Culture: For College Students and Adults is a complete learning package intended to immerse the reader into the enchanting world of Arabic. Designed to be used in a structured learning classroom with a trained native instructor, the material may also be used for self teaching.
Author(s): Alison Donley
The focus of this text is primarily to help students learn more about themselves as they create a fitness and wellness routine through an introductory practice of one of the systems of Hatha yoga, the physical path to union of body, mind, and spirit.
Author(s): Mary Berg
Yoga: Life’s Lessons On and Off the Mat draws from the author’s
own life experience in an effort to send positive, spiritual messaging to
students. Included in each chapter are author-written poems that exemplify the
essence of the chapter’s meaning. These poems tell a story and express what is
Yoga: Life’s Lessons On and Off the Mat: