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Author(s): KARI STONE, CAROL FENDRICK, SARAH SHANER
Preparatory General Chemistry: Framework for Success is designed to provide college students who are not yet ready for general chemistry with the skills, content, and resources that are proven effective for achieving success in college chemistry courses. This workbook takes students step-by-step in learning effective strategies to support their journey into STEM majors.
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): 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): John Boyer, Robert F Ritchie
An Introduction to Geography from a Christian World View surveys geography from a regional and human perspective.
Author(s): Christopher Pieper
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What is sociology? Will I like it? Does it matter in the world? Can it help me?
Author(s): Robert F Ritchie, Herbert S. Pieper
American Military History explores a new ideological worldview of American military. Advocates of various social changes desiring acceptance use the military as a vehicle for expression at the beckoning of the president. Without question, the American military has opened doors for those left outside the mainstream of public education. A long tradition of servant-leadership has produced a system demonstrating excellence in education and in many ways continuing the servant leader tradition of leadership by trial.
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): Michael Jolly
Until very recently it was possible to believe that we were living in a new world in which the economic problems of the past had little or no relevance. The subprime mortgage crisis of 2008, along with the subsequent ‘Great Recession’ and sovereign debt crisis, shattered this complacency.
Author(s): Randall Eggert
Every known language has words that are taboo, that speakers aren't supposed to say. Yet these very words are said; simply put, people swear. In This Book is Taboo: An Introduction to Linguistics through Swearing, rather than condemning swearing or the people who swear, Randall Eggert applies the tools of linguistics, the scientific study of language, to understand how swearing functions in language--and in speakers. In an engaging and often playful manner, this textbook investigates swear words from many directions: