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Practical Mechanics Magazine August 1953 By RETRO READERS
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Practical Mechanics was a monthly British magazine devoted mostly to home mechanics and technology. It was first published by George Newnes, Ltd., in October 1933, and ran for 352 issues until the... More > magazine's termination in August 1963. Practical Mechanics was edited by Frederick J. Camm until his death in 1959. With an emphasis on things its readers could reasonably construct themselves, the magazine featured numerous articles on how to build things around one's house, such as a sink or bathtub. It also regularly featured more fanciful articles on how to build things with less obvious applications around the home, for example a Geiger counter, or an aeroplane for £25 (not including the cost of an engine). The early issues were in black and white. The magazine began printing in color at an unknown date.< Less
Practical Mechanics Magazine May 1946 By RETRO READERS
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Practical Mechanics was a monthly British magazine devoted mostly to home mechanics and technology. It was first published by George Newnes, Ltd., in October 1933, and ran for 352 issues until the... More > magazine's termination in August 1963. Practical Mechanics was edited by Frederick J. Camm until his death in 1959. With an emphasis on things its readers could reasonably construct themselves, the magazine featured numerous articles on how to build things around one's house, such as a sink or bathtub. It also regularly featured more fanciful articles on how to build things with less obvious applications around the home, for example a Geiger counter, or an aeroplane for £25 (not including the cost of an engine). The early issues were in black and white. The magazine began printing in color at an unknown date.< Less
Practical Mechanics Magazine June 1946 By RETRO READERS
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Practical Mechanics was a monthly British magazine devoted mostly to home mechanics and technology. It was first published by George Newnes, Ltd., in October 1933, and ran for 352 issues until the... More > magazine's termination in August 1963. Practical Mechanics was edited by Frederick J. Camm until his death in 1959. With an emphasis on things its readers could reasonably construct themselves, the magazine featured numerous articles on how to build things around one's house, such as a sink or bathtub. It also regularly featured more fanciful articles on how to build things with less obvious applications around the home, for example a Geiger counter, or an aeroplane for £25 (not including the cost of an engine). The early issues were in black and white. The magazine began printing in color at an unknown date.< Less
Reader's Theater By Gisele Renly
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How can we motivate students to pick up a book and read? For many, learning to read can be a difficult task. It requires practice and repetition. In my study I wanted to encourage the love of... More > reading, but also increase students' fluency and comprehension. I accomplished this by using Reader’s Theater, a type of performance where children read and interpret scripts using no props, costumes, or sets. These findings have implications for how we as educators support students as readers, but also how we create optimal learning in any subject.< Less
Reader's Theater By Gisele Renly
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How can we motivate students to pick up a book and read? For many, learning to read can be a difficult task. It requires practice and repetition. In my study I wanted to encourage the love of... More > reading, but also increase students' fluency and comprehension. I accomplished this by using Reader’s Theater, a type of performance where children read and interpret scripts using no props, costumes, or sets. These findings have implications for how we as educators support students as readers, but also how we create optimal learning in any subject.< Less
Moral Values: What I Learned Growing Up in Church By Jimmy Reader
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Can the Christian church, divided over different beliefs about moral values, create Safe Places so people can live together in love through the practices of compassion, grace, and generosity? Moral... More > Values: What I Learned Growing Up in Church is an invitation to the church to find common ground in Jesus’ life and words. Love is the ultimate moral value; and compassion, grace, and generosity are the practices of love which empower us to live together in the love of God and one another to which Jesus called us. Listen to scripture and to the story of one man’s journey of transformation rooted in what he learned as a child growing up in church – that moral values follow the path of love.< Less
Moral Values: What I Learned Growing Up in Church By Jimmy Reader
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Can the Christian church, divided over different beliefs about moral values, create Safe Places so people can live together in love through the practices of compassion, grace, and generosity? Moral... More > Values: What I Learned Growing Up in Church is an invitation to the church to find common ground in Jesus’ life and words. Love is the ultimate moral value; and compassion, grace, and generosity are the practices of love which empower us to live together in the love of God and one another to which Jesus called us. Listen to scripture and to the story of one man’s journey of transformation rooted in what he learned as a child growing up in church – that moral values follow the path of love.< Less
The Little Red Reader By Vincent Jones
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A collection of essays by a biginning writer and inventor.
Urban Screens Reader By Sabine Niederer, Scott McQuire, Meredith Martin
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The Urban Screens Reader is the first book to focus entirely on the topic of urban screens. In assembling contributions from a range of leading theorists, in conjunction with a series of case studies... More > dealing with artists’ projects and screen operators’ and curators’ experiences, the reader offers a rich resource for those interested in the intersections between digital media, cultural practices and urban space. Urban Screens have emerged as a key site in contemporary struggles over public culture and public space. They form a strategic junction in debates over the relation between technological innovation, the digital economy, and the formation of new cultural practices in contemporary cities. How should we conceptualize public participation in relation to urban screens? Are ‘the public’ citizens, consumers, producers, or something else? Where is the public located? When a screen is erected in public space, who has access to it and control over it?< Less
Zen and the Art of the Trombone: A Tutor for Thoughtful Trombone Practice for Bass Clef Readers By Kevin Morgan
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A tutor for thoughtful trombone practice for bass clef readers