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Author(s): Christopher P Gordon, John A Stallsmith, Shane Porter
Music Through Time: An Appreciation of Music in Europe and America encourages the reader to discover not only information applying to music, but also to rediscover the big ideas that shaped Western Civilization over the centuries. These “big ideas” are represented through music, musicians, composers, instruments, and genres of music.
Author(s): James M Dunn
This set of activities is designed to bring geography to life in an introductory college course on the geography of North America. Instructors can swap about 1/3 of the time typically used in lectures and use these activities to promote spatial thinking and to demonstrate the excitement of working with spatial data to answer geo- graphic questions. Geographic inquiry is engaging and important, yet too many times, students must wait to take upper division classes to appreciate the discipline’s most stimulating aspects.