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Language and Human Behavior: An Introduction to Topics in Linguistics explores language in an accessible way from an applied linguistics perspective. Specifically, students are introduced to the forms, social varieties, and functions of language, and how language is acquired, is organized in the brain, changes over time, and is sometimes lost. As no previous knowledge of linguistics is required, the book is ideal for general education courses and can also serve as an introduction to the field for undergraduate minors or majors.
Life by Personal Design: Realizing Your Dream is a journey: your journey...
One that offers you an opportunity to transform your life. The key to maximizing your personal experience with Life by Personal Design is becoming aware that you have choices … and then exploring those choices to direct you to a more fulfilling life. Your personal mission will be to actively engage in specially designed activities to help you live your Life by Personal Design.
Discover how to:
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In order to improve your reading skills, you must write more, and in order to improve your writing skills, you must read more.
Clinical Exercise Physiology Laboratory Manual is designed to be a practical teaching guide for training students and professionals in the skills to be applied to exercise testing and prescription for health and physical fitness. This text emphasizes the value in learning the techniques in exercise physiology as opposed to just designing experiments in which techniques can be applied. This teaching methodology allows the student or professional to be better prepared to apply techniques to real-life situations.
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How can we make health messages culturally relevant without stereotyping?
Designing Effective Health Messages brings the perspective of advertisers to the broader health communication world. It gives straightforward overviews of relevant health communication theories, a discussion of principles of visual communication, and guidelines for plain language and clear communication.
Designing Effective Health Messages is divided into three sections:
Author(s): Rhonda M Lane
Human Nutrition: Navigating Through the Maze was developed to help adult students learn about nutrition and to stimulate the student’s own critical thinking skills so that they can incorporate the basic nutritional concepts they learn into their daily lives to maintain a healthy body.
Together Lynda Fote and MaryAnn Joseph have more than 90 years in education. Lynda worked as a general and special education teacher in New Jersey and New York before spending 18 years as a Learning Disabilities Consultant. For the last 21 years she has been a consultant, working with teachers through the state of New Jersey to design lessons to meet the needs of all their students. MaryAnn is a National Board certified teacher and has taught in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Virginia, California, Georgia, Hawaii.