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Author(s): Karl E Rohnke
The 23 games and activities included in this small book can be used with small or large groups, but the emphasis is upon how to use or adapt them to large groups (50-500 people). Does the thought of facilitating sessions of 50, 75 or 100+ participants cause you to have a convenient excuse ready as to why ". . .that particular date isn't good for me?" Perhaps what you need is an experienced guide and a batch of tried and true activities to maneuver through the yips and anxieties of looking at "all those faces."
Author(s): R MICHAEL STEWART
Archaeology: Basic Field Methods introduces archaeological field methods and provides a basis for understanding the links between the nature of archaeological evidence, the recognition of that evidence in the field, and the techniques involved in the search for and recovery of archaeological evidence in a variety of settings.
Three new experiments are included in this 3rd edition, Atomic Emission and Flame Tests, Colligative Properties, and Human Digestion.
An extensive safety review has been done for this 3rd edition, which resulted in removing two labs with higher fire risk and in removing some of the most hazardous reagents in the experiments in the Organic Chemistry section.
Children and Yourth in Sport offers a comprehensive, multidisciplinary view of issues of concern to youth sport educators, researchers, and program administrators.
Author(s): Jason McFaul
Critical Thinking: A Shepherd's Guide to Tending Sheep portrays people as sheep. Not a wholly original idea. As anthropomorphic as it may be, human beings tend to follow various shepherds, and they tend to do so in herds. The irony, however, is that most Americans consider themselves individuals, non-conformists, and self-reliant. Hence, the difficulty in teaching Americans how to think critically is found in actually convincing them that they are not individuals until they master critical thinking. Critical Thinking: A Shepherd's Guide to Tending Sheep