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Author(s): Elaine Kass
US English is spoken throughout the world. This book, Speaking American English: A Rulebook and Guide of U.S.A. Pronunciation and Spelling for the International Student, was created to teach professional Standard American English (SAE) to the global community.
The USA alphabet contains 26 letters that represent 41 distinct professional SAE sounds, each of which the book teaches. The book begins with basic spelling concepts and explains the similarities and differences between a word’s spelling and pronunciation.
Author(s): Jessie Gaston
An Inspirational and Heartwarming Story.
Books on individual African women continue to be numerically limited....
Jessie Ruth Gaston’s Neither to be Seen nor Heard: The Life of Faith Alexandra Kamya Nasolo Mulira not only adds to the reading materials on women from Africa but provides insight into their lives as citizens of the global community.
Faith’s personal story is an inspiration to all those who desire to triumph over any and all disadvantageous life circumstances and situations.
Author(s): Jonathan De Young
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Author(s): Cecilia McGinniss Kennedy, Ksenia Bonch Reeves
Sitios opens the classroom door and provides a solid passage into a real and increasingly familiar Spanish-speaking world. Nearby university campuses, restaurants, stores, hospitals, and urban centers have become sites in local U.S. communities where Spanish exists alongside English, thus reflecting the rapid increase in Hispanic population. Through this introductory college-level text, new learners are provided with an opportunity to connect with the communities in which they already work, study and live – or with worldwide Hispanic communities online.
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.
Author(s): Laura Bounds, Gayden Darnell, Kirstin Brekken Shea, Dottiede Agnor
Health and Fitness: A Guide to a Healthy Lifestyle provides a comprehensive look at health education for undergraduate students. This introductory text provides frank discussions of critical issues and helps you create a solid foundation for your students to make healthy behavioral choices.
Health and Fitness incorporates a variety of in-class and notebook activities into the text. Illustrations and photos add to the learning experience.
Author(s): Don C Davis
Creating Digital Images with Adobe Photoshop CS6 seeks to teach
skills which are applied in real life work situations. This project-based book
discusses concepts and techniques within the context of small, practical,
Creating Digital Images with Adobe Photoshop CS6: