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Author(s): Eileen Ariza, Maria Coady
Why TESOL? Fifth Edition, provides classroom and preservice teachers with a knowledge base to effectively teach in culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms in today’s global environment. It provides in depth theoretical background, legal information, and application for teachers to address the needs of English learners. Why TESOL? is written so teachers from various backgrounds and experiences can readily apply ESOL concepts to their individual mainstream classroom settings.
Author(s): RICHARD A. WILBER
Media Matters presents undergraduate students with the essential information and tools needed to become media literate and more critical in their media consumption. Spanning traditional print books to modern mass-media systems, Media Matters utilizes an engaging opening narrative to each medium followed by an easily accessible, informative text.
Designed for introductory mass communication courses, Media Matters:
Author(s): Helen Acosta, Bryan Hirayama, Mark Staller
Intercultural Communication: Building Relationships and Skills provides clear explanations of relevant communication theories and practical advice for improving communication skills. This text is designed to introduce students to the most important concepts, theories, and strategies related to intercultural communication. It enables students to establish and maintain satisfying relationships with people from other countries and cultures.
Intercultural Communication presents topics among 10 chapters:
Author(s): Dee Osorio, Michael Schulmeister, A Todd Jones
Let’s Get Personal! offers practical advice to initiate, maintain, and enhance the interpersonal relationships in both your private and professional life. The textbook writers model appropriate self-disclosure to teach readers how to create intimate communication that can lead to satisfying, meaningful interpersonal relationships. Readers will appreciate the first person approach, personal narratives, helpful tips, and enlightening dissection of relational communication situations.
Author(s): Sarah Sandvig
The Music Theory for Singers Series is geared specifically for voice students and singers. The series helps students understand the fundamentals of theory related to voice, apply it to the varied repertoire they learn throughout the year and become not only better singers, but also educated musicians.
Music Theory for Singers Level 1 includes:
Author(s): Bunnie Loree Claxton, Kurt Y. Michael, Michelle Barthlow
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A Step-By-Step Guide to Conducting Quantitative Applied Research in Education features a thorough explanation of frequently used quantitative designs and statistics in social science research. The guide assists in selecting the appropriate design and statistic and provides model write-ups of rationales for each design and statistic. Additional models are provided for writing up results of statistical analyses.
Author(s): Gayle Dow
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Statistics instructor and educational psychologist Gayle T. Dow has created a statistics for psychology publication that enables students to develop a skill set to use in their future careers.
Based on the author’s extensive teaching and educational psychology background, Statistics for Psychology presents information at a different pace to benefit today’s generation of students.
Author(s): Dawna M Thomas
The seventh edition of Women’s Health: Readings on Social, Economic, and Political Issues reflects changing perspectives and ongoing interests in women’s health in the 21st century. The collection of classic and new readings remains true to the book’s mission and philosophy by offering a historical context about women, their environment, and health needs. The book’s new collection of readings introduces readers to innovative approaches around women’s health and alternative methods for health care, addresses reasons why health inequalities persist, and supports wo