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Reading Strategies for Spanish Speakers

Author(s): Susan Lenski, Fabiola Ehlers-Zavala

Reading Strategies for Spanish Speakers by Susan Davis Lenski and Fabiola Ehlers-Zavala, provides strategies for classroom teachers, bilingual teachers, and paraprofessionals who have Spanish-speaking students to teach reading strategies in both English and Spanish. This book was developed on the pr...

Improving Writing K-8: Strategies, Assessments, Resources

Author(s): Susan Lenski, Jerry Johns

Improving Writing: Resources, Strategies, and Assessments, by well-known and trusted authors Susan Davis Lenski and Jerry L. Johns, provides teachers with all the background they need to help students improve their writing skills.A variety of strategies, assessment ideas, and resources will meet div...

Backflow Prevention: Theory and Practice

Author(s): University Of (Treeo) Florida

Backflow Prevention: Theory and Practice​ is a comprehensive education in the fundamentals of backflow that serves as both textbook and reference manual for working with potable and non-potable water supply systems. Chapters include coverage of the essentials of backflow and an exploration of the as...

The Politics of Ethnic and Racial Inequality: A Systematic Comparative Macro-Analysis From the Colonial Period to the Present

Author(s): Jesse Owens Smith

The Politics of Ethnic and Racial Inequality: A Systematic Comparative Macro-Analysis from the Colonial Period to the Present, Third Edition, by J. Owens Smith, covers the immigration/migration of racial groups in America from the Colonial Period to the present. Its overall thrust is to offer a conc...

Studying Dance Cultures around the World: An Introduction to Multicultural Dance Education

Author(s): Pegge Vissicaro

  STUDYING DANCE CULTURES AROUND THE WORLD offers the first and most comprehensive framework for studying dance cultures in diverse geographic areas and historical time periods. It is designed exclusively for college courses pertaining to multicultural dance education, and includes discussion que...

Between the Conquests: The Early Chicano Historical Experience

Author(s): Michael R Ornelas

Since the early sixteenth century Chicanos--persons of Mexican origin living in the United States--have inhabited what is now the Southwest . They arrived with European-led explorations and settlers, and came to view the region as their new homeland. They built churches and farms, and played a vital...