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Give your students a real look at the teaching profession!
Learning to Teach covers the many facets of teaching by offering a descriptive glimse of this career, both in and out of the classroom. This text is intended for one-semester courses that are exploring teaching as a career, or as part of introductory coursework in a teacher preparation program.
Six easy-to-read sections introduce concepts including:
Author(s): Mike E Maloney
Appalachia--land and people--is one of the most complex subjects any writer ever attempted to understand, let alone explain to others. John C. Campbell, one of the earliest writers to take on the task, said "more is known about the place that isn't so than about any other place," and stereotypes had not fully taken hold at the time he wrote. Some expert witnesses say that there actually is no "Appalachia," that the name just represents a figment of the academic imagination. Yet Appalachia is not nothing.
Argumentation and Debate: A Public Speaking Approach addresses the needs of students with no prior experience in formal debate, limited experience in public speaking, and little or no plans to compete in speech and debate tournaments. The publication takes content beyond the classroom by featuring a chapter dedicated to discussing argumentation and debate in different professional contexts.
NEW 3rd Edition of Argumentation and Debate: A Public Speaking Approach by Martin Remland, Timothy Brown, and Kay Neal: