A qualification for the validation of the training in the basic technical knowledge of brewing and packaging of beer for production personnel or for the induction training of brewing company... More > management recruits not necessarily intended for production management posts.< 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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Primary Language Lessons is a a beginning guide to grammar and usage for the early elementary student. Within these pages you will find stories, poems, and pictures of fine art. Each lesson... More > introduces principles of grammar and word use through question and answer, composition, memorization, oral presentation, and dictation.
Serl recommended that Primary Language Lessons be used for the second half of grade 2 and grade 3, or ages 6 through 8.
One of Primary Language Lessons’ outstanding characteristics is the use of high quality literature and art to teach language and grammar. Serl’s use of this method parallels the work of British educational reformer Charlotte Mason (1842-1923) who advocated the use of high-quality literature as a pathway to learning. Miss Mason taught that children relish well-written, well-told books and model them in their speech and writing. By following this example, our children’s teachers are great authors and artists rather than dry textbooks. What could be better?< 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 book is a collection of my favorite linear patterns. It covers three different subdivisions and uses them as fills and grooves. Each page is built around a simple system. I really hope this book... More > helps you as much as writing it has helped me :)
Classically Speaking offers an approach for actors who wish to learn Neutral American Speech, and develop the skills necessary to adjust their speech to the particular demands of a wider range of... More > characters and texts.
The extensive Neutral American section could serve English speakers from countries other than the US, including those from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Ireland and Great Britain, as well as advanced speakers of English as a Second Language (ESL) from around the globe.
Classical American, Mid-Atlantic and Standard British dialects are also covered. An audio download link to more than 300 sound demonstrations and a dozen monologues recorded by professional actors is also included.< Less
The Transforming System: A Practical Handbook for Understanding the Changes in California Community Mental Health focuses on the Recovery Orientation to mental wellness that is the gold standard for... More > healthcare in California and the United States. The Handbook is a comprehensive and practical resource that can be utilized by educators and supervisors to address the evolving changes in healthcare delivery systems.
Contents of the text are the product of a collaborative effort including contributions by clinicians, managers, educators, employers and consumers across the state of California. Discussion questions following each section provide useful guidelines for educators who are preparing classroom assignments. Beyond the classroom, this book is designed to be relevant and practical for students preparing for placement as well as for agency employees at all levels who wish to update their knowledge and practical application skills related to the changing systems of care.< Less
Collaborative Statistics was written by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean, faculty members at De Anza College in Cupertino, California. The textbook was developed over several years and has been used... More > in regular and honors-level classroom settings and in distance learning classes. This textbook is intended for introductory statistics courses being taken by students at two– and four–year colleges who are majoring in fields other than math or engineering. Intermediate algebra is the only prerequisite. The book focuses on applications of statistical knowledge rather than the theory behind it.< Less
There’s trouble when Mrs. McMurtle loses the lunch buffet and there’s only one cookie left to feed an infinite number of people. Can George find a clever solution to feed everyone in a... More > short amount of time?
This thought-provoking poem for children of all ages will have you scratching your head over ideas about infinity... and what happens with the very last crumb!
Included in this illustrated book are discussion questions to help make sense of the strange paradox presented in this story.< Less
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
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