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Author(s): Tara Wilson
The purpose of Making Sense of Literacy Assessments: A Running Records Workbook is to serve not only as a resource but also as a place to practice running records. This workbook is intended to help students understand the literacy assessments better in a to-the-point type style. Therefore, this workbook is divided into five practical sections, as well as blank pages at the back to take notes.
Making Sense of Literacy Assessments: A Running Records Workbook features:
Author(s): Harry W Lawrence
The NEW edition of Aviation and the Role of Government by Harry Lawrence of Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, features revisions of almost all chapters and four completely rewritten chapters, as well as new statutes and cases added throughout.
Aviation and the Role of Government includes:
Author(s): Christopher Pieper
New Edition Now Available!
What is sociology? Will I like it? Does it matter in the world? Can it help me?
Author(s): John Boyer, Robert F Ritchie
An Introduction to Geography from a Christian World View surveys geography from a regional and human perspective.
Author(s): Ryan Pace
The study of tax law can be an intimidating task. Nevertheless, students wil find that being proficient in tax law can be very rewarding and prepares students for valuable career opportunities as accounting, tax advisors, and business consultants. Once a student understands the organization of the Internal Revenue Code and the overall method of determining an individual taxpayer's tax liability, learning the more complex parts of the tax law can be put in perspective and approached in a more structured manner.
Author(s): Stephanie Chadwick, Donna M. Meeks
Art as Living Practice introduces a variety of artistic media and processes, provides insights into their histories, and explores how and why artists work as they do. Exploring connections between local and global art, this textbook highlights canonical artworks while investigating art on campus and in the regional Southeast Texas community.
Author(s): Brian Dean, Daniel Llamocca
The Introduction to Analog and Digital Circuits book is written for students who are interested in learning the fundamental elements of electrical circuits from an engineering perspective.
Author(s): Carrie Cuttler
The 3rd edition of A Student Guide to SPSS provides easy to follow step-by-step instructions on how to compute introductory and advanced statistics using one of the most popular statistical software programs in psychology, business, education, and other social sciences. Written in a non-intimidating, easy to read language, this guide is suitable for individuals with little to no experience using statistical software.
Author(s): Ryan Pace
Business Entity Taxation rejects the traditional textbook method of providing the student with an onslaught of detail and complication. Rather, the focus is on a strong presentation of the fundamentals. To use a basketball analogy, a player must first develop a strong ability to pass, dribble and shoot. Once those skills are mastered, the student can readily adapt his or her skills to execute more advanced plays and sophisticated strategies presented by the coach.
Author(s): Chandler R. Bridges Jr., Michael Wagner
About Music: Critical Listening Skills explains the fascinating aspects of the fundamentals of sound, how musical instruments work, the mechanics of hearing, and how we neurologically process the musical sounds we make. Add to that the way music and sound is recorded, manipulated, and stored, and a whole new way to observe our craft has been revealed in this text. Often these fundamental aspects of music are overlooked or ignored in a curriculum of study of music and music teaching. It is a fascinating trip through the science of acoustics.