Tantum scimus quantum memoria retinemus: We only know as much as we retain by memory. Now you can give your students the benefits of classical memory training with Living Memory. This comprehensive... More > K-12 resource for memorization, copywork, and dictation can be used with any classical curriculum or as a handy reference for home or school.< Less
This authoritative but readable book lays a firm foundation under the ever-developing arena of music, sound and technology. Its unique approach provides the keys and concepts to make sense of the... More > entire field, then to move toward making sound art—for profound fun or adequate profit. As a college textbook, introduction for musicians, or handbook for applying the Big Picture to prior professional experience, this book is an indispensable path to understanding audio, recording, synthesis, MIDI, and other facets of modern art in sound. Steve Solum brings 1000 professional musical performances, a Ph.D. in electro-acoustic music, a successful stint as a commercial recording studio builder and owner, 11 years full-time college teaching experience, and an engaging writing style to this new approach to learning the craft of controlling sound in air, wires and computers.
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There IS a difference between the way to approach a question in math class and the way to approach it on the SAT. This comprehensive guide will show you the difference between the two as well as... More > provide hundreds of practice problems covering all the disciplines of math on the test.< Less
This collection of materials will enliven any Spanish program. It contains communicative activities that provide the students with situations where the language is practiced and reinforced in... More > natural, authentic context. Prepared by veteran teachers with decades of experience in teaching foreign languages at all levels from preschool to university classes, it supplies Spanish teachers with the kinds of materials that they have always wanted but could not find in textbooks. Also included are valuable suggestions, strategies and tools for keeping Spanish as the language of communication in the classroom. These materials and activities will engage students of all abilities and combine learning and fun.< Less
Authored by Susan A. MacManus, Aubrey Jewett, Thomas R. Dye, and David J. Bonanza, this newest edition of Florida Politics is a must-have resource for students, teachers, political leaders,... More > candidates and campaign managers, members of the media and members of the public.< Less
This collection of games, for use in the classroom to practice and reinforce what the students are learning, will add fun and enjoyment to any Spanish program. Written by veteran teachers with... More > decades of experience in teaching Spanish at all levels from preschool to college, it includes valuable guidelines for using educational games and detailed instructions on how to play them. All the materials are communicative. They provide the students with situations where the language is practiced in natural, authentic context. These materials are guaranteed to keep the students actively motivated in the classroom, even wanting to stay and keep playing after the bell rings.< Less
Everybody loves to sing. For generations, foreign language teachers have used that love as a powerful tool in teaching and practicing languages. Songs can be used to introduce and reinforce... More > vocabulary, pronunciation, grammatical patterns and culture. This booklet draws from the combined experience of the authors in their many years of teaching foreign languages at all levels, from preschool to university classes. They have gathered songs of every type imaginable, from children's songs to romantic ballads, and from folk songs to the latest hits by popular artists.< Less
This engaging math textbook is designed to equip students who have completed a standard high school math curriculum with the tools and techniques that they will need to succeed in upper level math... More > courses. Topics covered include logic and set theory, proof techniques, number theory, counting, induction, relations, functions, and cardinality.< Less
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS THE SECOND EDITION OF THE BOOK. A third edition is also available. Some colleges are now using the third edition, while others are still using the second. MAKE SURE YOU ARE... More > ORDERING THE CORRECT EDITION FOR THE CLASS YOU ARE TAKING.< Less
The third edition of this college-level business math book, revised and updated in 2013, originally published in 2007.
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I actually wrote this book for myself after realizing how limited I was in certain grooves, or in other words how little "freedom" I had. Playing a groove is one thing, but having absolute... More > freedom inside that groove, well that's a different thing all together, and it's something that I want for myself and for all of you.
I realized that this was a huge weak link in my drumming armor and it needed to be fixed. I decided to adapt ideas from books that I grew up with like Future Sounds and The New Breed as well as modern books like The Language Of Drumming to help me overcome my lack of true freedom with all of my grooves.< Less
A traditional coverage of Beginning and Intermediate Algebra, covering linear equations, graphing, inequalities, systems of equations, polynomials, factoring, rationals, radicals, quadratics, and... More > functions. A free download of the text, and a student solutions manual and workbook are available at http://www.wallace.ccfaculty.org/book/book.html< Less
This journal represents a collection of adventurous student compositions that demonstrate creative ingenuity and epitomize the principles taught at Beyond Academics. Travel across the vistas of these... More > imaginative minds and discover a world of brilliant sights.< Less
Art and History of Uechi-Ryu Karate-Do: A Study Guide and Student Handbook at 3320 NE 37th St., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308. www.joynerskarate.com (269)207-2883 Don Joyner began his Karate training in... More > 1972 at the YMCA under Steve Fuller and Bill Keith. Later, training under James Thompson, 9th-Dan, at the Okinawan Karate Academy, in Kalamazoo, MI. On 4-24-77, Donald Joyner was promoted to 1st-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 1177, by NAUKA through Walter Mattson upon the recommendation of Sensei Bill Keith. On 4-22-79, he was 2nd-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 599. On 6-1-81, he was 3rd-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 260. On 5-15-83, he was 4th-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 163. In August 1984, he attended the Uechi-Ryu Summer Camp training on Thompson Island, Massachusetts. On 8-1-89, he was promoted to 5th-Dan, Soke Shubukan # 169, one of the youngest ever. He is listed in "Who's Who in Martial Arts" for 1985-1986 and also been featured in Karate Illustrated Magazine with Mark E. Stewart. On 7-9-95, he was 6th-Dan, OkiKuKai #82.< Less