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Pe 48 M Intro Physical Education By Susan Tatsui-D'Arcy
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At 4 years old, Merit Academy prepares the children to enter kindergarten. Merit�s gymnastics program includes summersaults, backward rolls, cartwheels on the mat, and an array of work on the... More > balance beam. The children learn how to move their bodies to perform gymnastics skills. Merit encourages children to use their imaginations while they play. By giving the children props and suggestions for imaginary role playing, the children launch into their own fantasy world. Using props, the children role-play and develop interpersonal and social skills. The children play Steal the Bacon, Red Light, Green Light, Hide �n Seek, Simon Says, and Twister. This helps build their auditory processing skills and their ability to follow oral instructions. The children also learn how to ride two wheelers with and without training wheels. By mastering these individual skills, the children participate in a variety of sports and games.< Less
CME & CSE Certification Exams ExamFOCUS Study Notes & Review Questions for the SMEI sales and marketing exams 2018/19 Edition By ExamREVIEW Security
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The CME exam covers: Foundations of Marketing Management Developing Marketing Strategies Implementing Marketing Strategies Ethics Management Communications Professional Skills The CSE exam... More > covers: Organization and Management Personnel Foundations of Marketing Strategy Ethics These two exams share a lot of common topics and we believe that it is beneficial for you to prepare for both together. A typical sales manager often has multiple functions to perform, which fall in the sphere of both sales and marketing management. These roles include planner, recruiter, leader, controller, forecaster, analyst, budget manager, and communicator. There are also the responsibilities of hiring, training, coaching, motivating, setting targets, tracking the results, providing sales support, organizing promotion effort, conducting meetings, and allocating scarce resources. The job is VERY demanding.< Less
Veal: The Rise of Generation Interactive By Patrick Aievoli
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The purpose of this book is to investigate and discuss the premise that the current generation was constructed to be consumers for a transitional marketplace. As the economy shifted from analog to... More > digital, consumers had to be trained to accept, use and progress within a new economic model through changes in societal and economic patterns. Those events are reflected in the habits and lifestyles of the current 12 to 25 year old demographic globally, and it has caused them to be the consummate consumer of digital goods based on events that have been created to develop them to be consumers and to be consumed. Veal: The Rise of Generation Interactive is a deft manifesto on the domestication of the young consumer into a well-cultivated piece of “veal” ready to be parceled off to greedy corporations as a permanent food source, while governments either ineptly or corruptly look the other way.< Less
WASH in Schools By Lifewater International
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Lack of safe drinking water and effective sanitation and hygiene practices in primary schools prevents millions of children from receiving a high-quality education. However, schools today have the... More > opportunity to teach children about the life-saving behaviors associated with drinking safe-water, using effective sanitation, and perform healthy hygiene practices. Lifewater has developed a special WASH training program for children in of primary school, which utilizes learning methods that meet children’s interests and needs: “Ten Building Blocks for Better Health: A Primary School WASH Curriculum." Children who have participated in this WASH in Schools program in eastern Africa have shown a remarkable ability to naturally “share what they know” with others, teaching WASH messages to their parents, siblings, neighbors, and friends within their circle of influence. A child who is inspired and empowered with knowledge can become an exceptional Agent of Change within his or her community.< Less
WASH in Schools By Lifewater International
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Lack of safe drinking water and effective sanitation and hygiene practices in primary schools prevents millions of children from receiving a high-quality education. However, schools today have the... More > opportunity to teach children about the life-saving behaviors associated with drinking safe-water, using effective sanitation, and perform healthy hygiene practices. Lifewater has developed a special WASH training program for children in of primary school, which utilizes learning methods that meet children’s interests and needs: “Ten Building Blocks for Better Health: A Primary School WASH Curriculum." Children who have participated in this WASH in Schools program in eastern Africa have shown a remarkable ability to naturally “share what they know” with others, teaching WASH messages to their parents, siblings, neighbors, and friends within their circle of influence. A child who is inspired and empowered with knowledge can become an exceptional Agent of Change within his or her community.< Less
Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education at the West By Henry B. Smith
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"Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education at the West" BY HENRY B. SMITH. We have heard, with great ‘authority’ that the United States was founded, at best, by... More > Deists…and definitely not by any ‘theological’ or ‘evangelical’ people. That Deist thought, which is practical Atheism, was the ruling philosophy of the Founders is just not substantiated by the historical record. This Address by Presbyterian Minister, and Union Seminary Professor Henry Boynton Smith, reveals how the collegiate system which was first initiated with Harvard, extended to the developing West. Quote: "It is no wonder that all of our earlier colleges, and, following in their train, most of the later, have been animated by the conviction, that institutions of learning are needed by Christianity...Yale College...the Assembly’s Catechism in Greek was read by the Freshmen; the Sophomores studied Hebrew; the Juniors, Syriac and the Seniors both at Harvard and Yale were thoroughly instructed in divinity"< Less
International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS) – volume 12(4) By Mohammad Ali Salmani Nodoushan
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Papers in this special issue on Figurative Language: (1) Cecilia BJÖRKÉN-NYBERG: Vocalising motherhood: The metaphorical conceptualisation of voice in listener responses to The girl on... More > the train by Paula Hawkins (pp. 1-28); (2) Danielle CUDMORE: Prophet, poet, seer, skald: Poetic diction in Merlínusspá (pp. 29-60); (3) Kristina HILDEBRAND: "As fayre an handid man": Malory's figurative language (pp. 61-74); (4) Birgitta SVENSSON: The development of figurative competence in narrative writing: A longitudinal case study (pp. 75-102); (5) Monica KARLSSON: Book Review (pp. 103-106); (6) Keith ALLAN: Book Review (pp. 107-113).< Less
Academic Presenting and Presentations - Student's Book By Peter Levrai & Averil Bolster
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Academic Presenting and Presentations is a new university-level training course suitable for all students who have to give presentations during their studies or in their later careers. The course is... More > designed for a global audience and can be used in a wide range of contexts. The instructional and practice material included not only helps students to develop their presentation skills but also provides insights into key topics of interest such as research methods and the dangers of plagiarism. In addition to covering specific aspects of English as the language of presentation in an international environment, this learning program emphasises higher level task achievement, since experience shows that this is the area most students find especially difficult. Each unit of the course focuses on a different presentation genre, building students’ awareness of how to present effectively whilst at the same time focusing attention on the specific requirements of addressing an audience in an academic context.< Less
The "People Power" Education Superbook: Book 1. How We Think, Learn & Study By Tony Kelbrat
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Most people don't think much about education until they're ready to go to college or need some kind of training for a job. I've written a job and career book which covers that end fairly well,... More > listing trade and accrediting organizations to network you into education to prepare you directly for most of the jobs out there but I developed this book because I wanted to package all sectors within the realms of both formal and free-spirited education together and tell you exactly where to go to get whatever you might want. I wanted to create an education resource book that any person could use to find resources for just about anything out there within the entire realm of knowledge, not just education from a formal schooling point of view.< Less
Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education at the West By Henry B. Smith
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"Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education at the West" BY HENRY B. SMITH. We have heard, with great ‘authority’ that the United States was founded, at best, by... More > Deists…and definitely not by any ‘theological’ or ‘evangelical’ people. That Deist thought, which is practical Atheism, was the ruling philosophy of the Founders is just not substantiated by the historical record. This Address by Presbyterian Minister, and Union Seminary Professor Henry Boynton Smith, reveals how the collegiate system which was first initiated with Harvard, extended to the developing West. Quote: "It is no wonder that all of our earlier colleges, and, following in their train, most of the later, have been animated by the conviction, that institutions of learning are needed by Christianity...Yale College...the Assembly’s Catechism in Greek was read by the Freshmen; the Sophomores studied Hebrew; the Juniors, Syriac and the Seniors both at Harvard and Yale were thoroughly instructed in divinity"< Less

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