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Special Education Reading and Language Arts By Dan Baker
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IEP Goals and Objectives for Moderate Students
Special Education Reading and Language Arts By Dan Baker
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IEP Goals and Objectives for Moderate Students
The Educational Advantages of the Medew Netcher Language for Adults and Children By Bonotchi montgomery
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The author uses the wisdom of Zora Neal Hurston and the research of Cognitive Neuroscience and Haptics to reveal some of the unique attributes of this ancient African language.
Human Rights Education: A New Language For Revolution By SHIVAM GUPTA
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“Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding,... More > tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups….”< Less
Peace As A Fifth Language; Lifting the Embargo on Education By RICHARD SALZMAN
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Fourth in a series of books devoted to generating a language of peace. I write these books to help myself focus on peace, to develop an appreciation for the nuances of its language, and to... More > distinguish it from the languages of complacency and war, for their vocabularies are often similar. So much depends upon our intentions and the quality of our extensions. I publish these books in hopes that they will help others to study peace and to practice peace as well. Who knows? Perhaps one day, our children, or our children’s children, will learn to speak peace fluently as a first language.< Less
MUSIC, AS A LANGUAGE By TRACY JILLIAN MACARTHY
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The following lectures were delivered to music students between the years 1907 and 2007. They have been partly rewritten so as to be intelligible to a different audience, for in all cases the... More > lectures were followed by a discussion in which various points not dealt with in the lectures were elucidated. An experience of eight years in organizing a training course for students who wish to teach ear-training on modern lines to classes of average children in the ordinary curriculum of a school has shown me that the great need for such students is to realize the problems, not only of musical education, but of general education.< Less
Language Uncanned By The Writer's Garret
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Like all literary ventures, Language, Uncanned aims to locate what is fresh, unexpected, vibrant and stirring in words and expressions that have become otherwise stagnant, predictable, drab or... More > ineffectual. To that end, each of the nine contributors to this publication accepted a challenging assignment: to write a new poem, story or personal essay in response to a cliché assigned to him / her. The results of each author’s efforts are noted in the biographical entries herein. Language, Uncanned was conceived, designed, constructed, printed and bound by the class members of the Spring 2010 “Intermediate — Advanced Creative Writing” course offered by The Writer’s Garret in Dallas, Texas. The course was taught by Lead Instructor Joe Milazzo (Director of Community Education and Outreach at The Writer’s Garret) and Apprentice Instructors Claudia Meyer and Trey Smith.< Less
Language Uncanned By The Writer's Garret
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Like all literary ventures, Language, Uncanned aims to locate what is fresh, unexpected, vibrant and stirring in words and expressions that have become otherwise stagnant, predictable, drab or... More > ineffectual. To that end, each of the nine contributors to this publication accepted a challenging assignment: to write a new poem, story or personal essay in response to a cliché assigned to him / her. The results of each author’s efforts are noted in the biographical entries herein. Language, Uncanned was conceived, designed, constructed, printed and bound by the class members of the Spring 2010 “Intermediate — Advanced Creative Writing” course offered by The Writer’s Garret in Dallas, Texas. The course was taught by Lead Instructor Joe Milazzo (Director of Community Education and Outreach at The Writer’s Garret) and Apprentice Instructors Claudia Meyer and Trey Smith.< Less
The "People Power" Education Superbook: Book 7. Language Learning Guide (Free Language Materials On the Web) By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a simple book that lists websites about languages, websites to learn languages, websites to learn English, language schools, books, tapes, linguistic organizations, etc. Languages at the... More > library go from #400 to #499. The general breakdown is: 420. English & Anglo-Saxon. 430. Germanic Languages. 440. French, Provencal, Chatelaine. 450. Italian, Romanian, Etc. 460. Spanish & Portuguese. 470. Latin Languages. 480. Classical Greek. 490. Other Languages. 491. East Indo-European and Celtic. 492. Semitic languages. 493. Hamitic and other languages. 494. Ural-Altaic, Dravidian, etc. 495. East and southeast Asian languages. 496. African languages. 497. North American Indian languages. 498. South American Indian languages. 499. Austranesian and other languages.< Less
LANGUAGE ATTITUDE IN AFRICA By OBE ABIODUN
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Today in AFRICA, every speaker of every language is looking for recognition in terms of linguistic relevance in the country. So many languages are competing for attention socially and educationally.... More > Many of these languages want relevance in different domains of use; education, home, office, church, mosque, market etc. AFRICA is faced with linguistic crises. The coming of the European to AFRICA helped to compound the linguistic situation by at least one step further with the addition of the English language. This book is a revelation of answers to the questions of language attitudes in Africa.< Less