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Adaptive Dance and Rhythms By Susan Kramer
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Manual to teach adaptive techniques of basic dance movements, floor exercises, clapping rhythms, and expressive dance, either in separate 5 minute segments, or as the 40 minute basic lesson plan that... More > is included. Geared for teaching kids and adults with movement disabilities. Fully illustrated. Click on preview to see complete table of contents. 76 pages.< Less
Adaptive Dance and Rhythms By Susan Kramer
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Manual to teach adaptive techniques of basic dance movements, floor exercises, clapping rhythms, and expressive dance, either in separate 5 minute segments, or as the 40 minute basic lesson plan that... More > is included. Geared for teaching kids and adults with movement disabilities. Fully illustrated. Click on preview to see complete table of contents. 76 pages.< Less
Essential Gustav Klimt By Ann Kannings - Foreword, adaptation and design
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Klimt was one of the most leading representatives of Art Nouveau, the movement which extend all over Europe in the end of 19th century. His advance was stimulated by some aspects of Impressionist... More > technique; it was also determinedly eclectic, borrowing aspirations and motifs from Egyptian, Greek and Byzantine art. Although his art is now far and wide admired, it was ignored for to a large extent of the 20th century, and provoked resistance in his own day, facing charges of obscenity and objections to his calmly allusive come near to symbolism. His handling of erotic themes was as a rule delicate and veiled in his paintings, but his drawings gave full appearance to his great sexual hunger.< Less
Adaptive Dance & Rhythms: For All Ages with Basic Lesson Plan By Susan Kramer
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Manual to teach adaptive techniques of basic dance movements, floor exercises, clapping rhythms, and expressive dance, either in separate 5 minute segments, or as the 40 minute basic lesson plan that... More > is included. Geared for teaching kids and adults with movement disabilities. Fully illustrated. 76 pages.< Less
The Beef By Cavan Power
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This book represents work done to fulfill the thesis requirements for a Master of Architecture degree from the Newschool of Architecture & Design in San Diego, CA. The efforts contained herein... More > represent a potential alternative way to raise cattle beef for human consumption and reflect the growing concern for the wellbeing of the planet earth, which is stricken by booming urban populations, climate change, and the finite amount of resources available to human beings on this planet. This book is not intended as a solution, but rather, an alternative way to philosphically approach our growing cities. This approach includes local food production, urban infill and adaptive re-use, and urban indoor agriculture.< Less
Upside Right - The Teacher's Edition By Gaetano Amato
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This text includes the complete content of Upside Right organized by lesson themes. Each section of the text includes the pages from the book related to each theme followed by suggested detailed... More > lesson plans. While directive, each lesson plan is designed to allow the teacher to adapt the lesson to their particular students, as well as extend the lesson using their own creative approach.< Less
L'ASSOMMOIR By STEPHEN WYATT
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The text of the highly successful version of L'ASSOMMOIR produced at the West Yorkshire Playhouse by the acclaimed team of Jane Gibson, Sue Lefton, Anthony Ingle and Stephen Wyatt. An ensemble piece... More > in words, music and movement. Cast of five women and four men. "Zola's teeming, remorseless view of labouring life in 19th-century Paris translates excellently into vivid theatrical terms.. The story is told with superb economy and invention and without any recourse to a spoken, linking narrative." Jeffrey Wainwright in The Independent. "Theatre is swarming with adaptations of novels. Some are better than others and Stephen Wyatt's version of L'Assommoir is amongst the best I've seen" Michael Schmidt in The Dialy Telegraph. "This fine stage version." Michael Coveney in The Observer< Less
L'ASSOMMOIR By STEPHEN WYATT
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The text of the highly successful version of L'ASSOMMOIR produced at the West Yorkshire Playhouse by the acclaimed team of Jane Gibson, Sue Lefton, Anthony Ingle and Stephen Wyatt. An ensemble piece... More > in words, music and movement. Cast of five women and four men. "Zola's teeming, remorseless view of labouring life in 19th-century Paris translates excellently into vivid theatrical terms.. The story is told with superb economy and invention and without any recourse to a spoken, linking narrative." Jeffrey Wainwright in The Independent. "Theatre is swarming with adaptations of novels. Some are better than others and Stephen Wyatt's version of L'Assommoir is amongst the best I've seen" Michael Schmidt in The Dialy Telegraph. "This fine stage version." Michael Coveney in The Observer< Less
Kinesthetic Math & Language Lessons By Susan Kramer
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Included are 33 beginning and advanced kinesthetic mini-lessons for K-9 students in math, language and the one-hand alphabet. A great manual for the classroom or homeschooling to spark enthusiasm... More > with students of different abilities and learning styles. Lessons can be adapted for special needs students.< Less
Polyfrictional Dynamics By Adam Hiles
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At the summation of this text I hope to have: Provided a brief explanation of the origins of ‘mat’ principles; Sited the ‘new town’ of Milton Keynes within these principles... More > and discussed the post-war utopian ideology of the new towns movement; Used the principles outlined by Aureli (2008) as a basis from which to construct a rigorous understanding of the roots and effects of urbanisation, its weakening of Milton Keynes as a mat system, and the notion of urbanisation as the antithesis of utopianism; Identified the need to liberate urbanism by rejecting urbanisation; Hypothesised a shift in emphasis towards freedom of movement and described the potential roots of movement and interconnectivity in a freer economy; Identified the connotations of ‘polyfrictional dynamics’ and discussed the relationship between movement and the characteristics of surface, and finally; Considered the multilayered mat’s adaptability in relation to time.< Less