Author: Allan Hart Jahsmann
Kató Lomb can teach us a lot. These are the key points of her teaching: ... 11 Do not postpone, approach the new language as soon as you can, ...
Author: Roberto Coppola
Publisher: Babelcube Inc.
If your dream is to learn many foreign languages, that is becoming a polyglot, then this is the right book for you! This book is an effective practical guide to self-study foreign languages. The author examines effective methods and shares precious secrets of great past and present polyglots while explaining how to plan and respect the best learning strategy. The aim is to obtain a high level of competence in a foreign language in a short period of time, suggesting us to learn not just one foreign language, but four! That’s right, four foreign languages in 2 years! Even though this ambitious goal may seem extremely difficult, it is not. -Time management is of fundamental importance and with this book you will know what to do (and what not to) to keep track of your time and not waste a single day of study. Embarking on a learning journey is definitely challenging but wonderful. It requires effort, determination and a great study program. The author, a passionate science educator and a self-taught polyglot shares his insight on how to become more productive and accelerate the learning process, saving you time and effort.
You too can diligently teach your children and help them mature into responsible, industrious, and well-balanced individuals. You can help them with their ...
Author: Georgia Varozza
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Emphasizing Amish values of faith, simplicity, and self-sufficiency, author Georgia Varozza (Homestyle Amish Kitchen Cookbook) offers fresh ideas to make faith, serenity, and healthy living a stronger presence in everyday life. Drawing on her family's Plain roots, she provides innovative suggestions and easy-to-follow instructions to help readerscreate a home atmosphere that promotes faith and familysimplify their lives by controlling technologyenjoy the satisfaction of successful do-it-yourself projectsdiscover the benefits of growing and raising their own foodgenerate less waste by repurposing, reusing, and recyclingPractical and hands-on, this book is a great resource for people who want to make a few simple changes or fully embrace a more wholesome lifestyle.
think less than generously, and it's important to acknowledge when we've done ... You, too, can learn the secrets to great relationships from your very best ...
Author: Sheryl Matthys
Category: Family & Relationships
Unleash the Secrets to a Better Life... with the help of your dog! You'll discover inside LEASHES AND LOVERS How to... * Find your right match * Strengthen relationships with a lover, friends, and family * Explore your Dog-itude * Launch a new relationship * Create deeper and more real relationships * Explore what's missing from your life and make it whole * Make the best of a break-up and decide who gets the dog * Tackle jealousy * Manage your emotions when others aren't into your dog * Handle grieving over a beloved dog Attract the life you want with the help of your dog! Sheryl Matthys, The Dog Expert shares tips and stories with dog lovers like you as well as from celebrities like Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan, Tennis star Monica Seles, Access Hollywood's Maria Menounos, Shock Jock Howard Stern, and TV host Rachael Ray. Sheryl Matthys is The Dog Lovers Matchmaker and she specializes in helping dog lovers (singles and couples) with struggling relationships that may be robbing your life of joy and the fulfillment you deserve.
You Can Do It Too! You, too, can teach your child to read. Or you can have fun with a few games and techniques that fit easily into the daily routine.
Author: Barbara Curtis
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Presents a reading program that includes activities for parents to use to teach their children to read.
He knew that he could teach all they needed to know about coaching the ... but if you have hired the right person you, too, can teach them what they need to ...
Author: Walt Atkins
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
See Recognition Words ( see also Aids ; Recognition ) attached to things ... 19 Writing and the alphabet , 45 Writing the name , 45 You too can learn to ...
Author: Ellen C. Henderson
Category: Reading (Elementary)
This interesting book, by the former editor of Speech Magazine, is a step-by-step guide for parents to teach their own children to read. Detailed instructions make it unnecessary that the teacher be a college graduate in education or a certified teacher. Teaching children to read begins with teaching proper pronunciation, intonation and stress. The importance of phonics is stressed and the subject of inner speech is explained.
You , too , can teach your boy or girl to read . All his life your child can profit by the help you give him for a few moments each day .
Author: Leonard Bloomfield
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
Provides a systematic program for reading instruction, based on the correlation of auditory and visual images.
Following these small steps, you can teach your child about civic sense and the ... This way, your child too will learn to give — something you will be ...
Publisher: Excel Books India
I can hardly wait to play in the snow, but it would be great ifI saw a rainbow. ... And ifyou pay attention, you too will see that in every single thing, ...
Author: Kathleen O'Malley, DC
Publisher: Balboa Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
“… and a little child shall lead them” Early one Sunday morning, my daughter was cutting and pasting from a magazine as part of her second-grade homework assignment. She was singing, making up the words as she went along. She really caught my attention as she sang the words, “I’m doing what I was born to do.” “What a beautiful song,” I said. “So what were you born to do?” She paused for just a brief moment, then looked at me with a grin and said, “To be a kid.” How do we stop fighting for our survival and get back to thriving? How do we return to that sense of knowing that all of our needs will be met? How do we restore that inborn trust, natural wonder, sense of joy and peace? How do we step unto our true path and come to know that for which we were made? According to Dr. Kathleen O’Malley, the answers lie in Messages from Children … and What They Can Teach Grown-ups. It is a collection of eighty-eight timely and powerful messages for self-healing, personal growth and leading a more meaningful existence. It shows us how to power up our intuitive sense, pay attention to what really matters, and cultivate our creative energies. It serves as a reminder that every person is an expression of divine love and a gift to this world.
Your practical guide to fortune - telling . A550965 . You should have been here yesterday . A583013 . You too can teach art . A573376 .
Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office
1999. sp990129 You Too Can Teach Art Online An old newcomer writes the rules Professing to teach art on-line, the author writes between on-line sessions.
Author: Bill H. Ritchie
Obviously, kids are never too young to understand these values. ... use the opportunity to teach our children core values that can help make this a better, ...
Author: Myrna Blyth
Publisher: Crown Forum
Category: Family & Relationships
Do you love America? Are you proud to call this country your home? Now, what about your kids? You want them to love America as much as you do, but when popular culture tells them it’s cooler to bash this country than to love it, how can you teach them to be proud and loyal citizens? As mothers themselves, bestselling author Myrna Blyth and former presidential speechwriter Chriss Winston have struggled with the same dilemma. Shocked by the growing patriotism gap, they set out to create a real-world resource all parents can use to teach their kids about the greatness of America’s past, the promise of its future, and the important role each of us plays in this democracy. How to Raise an American shows you how to make patriotism a priority without it becoming a chore for you or your kids. This practical guide offers tips, games, activities, quizzes, and information you can use to make patriotism part of your family’s daily life, including: - 60-Minute Solutions that easily and seamlessly instill a love of this country - Dinner Table Debate topics that will have the whole family talking - Road trip ideas that bring America’s history to life - Books and movies that exemplify our shared ideals - Inspiring stories of American courage, honor, and ingenuity - Fun and educational ways to celebrate American holidays like the Fourth of July and Veterans Day Blyth and Winston consulted prominent historians, academics, military leaders, politicians, au-thors, scholars, film crit ics, and parents around the country to bring you a truly useful guide. Part treatise on patriotism, part American history primer, part civics lesson, this book is the antidote to the virulent America bashing our children hear every day. Inspiring and practical, How to Raise an American is a must for every patriot—parent and child.
When you live in the flow, you can have anything you want. ... You absorb that lesson only to reference it so you too can teach others.
Author: Nickki Lee-Leong
Publisher: Balboa Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Source's ChallengeGoing Beyond Spirituality is not about the life I have had. My past is my past; it does not define who I am. Instead, my past defines the people who have been in my life and the influences they have had on me. There is nothing wrong with this. Actually, I thank them for being there for me. Who I am personality-wise is a consequence of my pasta 'conditioning', one might say. As an individual, my challenge as an adult has been to un-condition myselfto find what I am made of, to be a consequence of myself, and to be at peace with this. Yes, others have had worse lives than me, but are they (and if you have picked up this book, are you), willing to move past your past and be un-conditioned? To move past the pain and hurt, the agony of being eaten away by the emotions brought about by family and life history? To face the new challenge of finding the real self? To let go of who you think you are and to find who you truly are? Source's ChallengeGoing Beyond Spirituality is meant to be used as a guide to question what one thinks, how one acts, why something happened, when it will change, and where one is going. The first step is to realise that everyone may not see from the same perspective, but no one is not alone in endeavours of searching for the Truth. And that Truth is who you really are.
Would you teach me? All night I've heard the music and seen how people react, and I want to do that too.” “I can teach you, but it isn't something you pick ...
Author: N. S. McBeal
Welcome to The City, where daytime is only a resting period between parties. Darkness is ruled by the Children of the Night, who illuminate the late hours with glowsticks and laser lights. Follow five friends from the stresses of their daily lives to a giant warehouse where drugs, sex and music rule the night. Watch as they discover that even in the most trying of times, love and friendship prevail as their saving grace. The stories will be familiar to anyone who has ever experienced a rave, and for those who have never been, it will be an eye-opening adventure.
You can use talking and working together to teach concepts. ... my hope that you who teach such students will decide to design a setting where you too can ...
Author: Elisabeth G. Cohen
Publisher: Teachers College Press
As teachers today work in ever more challenging contexts, groupwork remains a particularly effective pedagogical strategy. Based on years of research and teaching experience, the new edition of this popular book features significant updates on the successful use of cooperative learning to build equitable classrooms. Designing Groupwork, Third Edition incorporates current research findings with new material on what makes for a groupworthy task, and shows how groupwork contributes to growth and development in the language of instruction. Responding to new curriculum standards and assessments across all grade levels and subject areas, this edition shows teachers how to organize their classroom so that all students participate actively. This valuable and sensible resource is essential reading for educators at both the elementary and secondary levels, for teachers in training, and for anyone working in the field of education.
Get Respect, Get Noticed, Get What You Want Ronna Lichtenberg ... you can be rich too, and you can teach your kids to make a bundle while you're at it.
Author: Ronna Lichtenberg
Publisher: Rodale Books
Category: Business & Economics
Pitch Like a Girl offers proven techniques to maximize a woman't instinctive strengths and effectiveness in the workplace. Despite steady advancement, part of the reason women still struggle to succeed in business is the discomfort they feel doing anything that feels like self-promotion. That's why Ronna Lichtenberg, corporate veteran turned highly sought-after management consultant, developed a program for women that works with their unique advantages. Starting with recent developments in brain sex research and moving through social stereotypes, Lichtenberg takes a fresh look at how women relate to work and shows them how to use their gifts to get what they want. The book includes easy-to-use tools, tips on managing communication styles, and exercises that have been honed in Lichtenberg's many workshops. Whether giving women pragmatic advice on what to do about that infuriating boss, how to know how much money they should be making (and how to get it), or how to follow up without feeling like a beggar or a stalker, Lichtenberg is real, and really funny at the same time. Her advice ushers in a new world of possibilities for women who are ready for a success that feels right.
Here is help with the overlooked aspects of teaching that matter most. Don't just read it—study it, live with it, and you too will thrive.
Author: Debbie Silver
Publisher: Corwin Press
There’s more to student success than standards and test scores… Integrating Social and Emotional Learning into a curriculum has been shown to increase personal and school-wide growth. With lifelong success the goal over simply meeting academic thresholds, Teaching Kids to Thrive presents strategies, activities, and stories in an approachable way to develop responsible, self-motivated learners. Uniting social, academic, and self-skills this instrumental resource offers benefits to students such as: Using mindfulness strategies to help students tap their inner strengths Learning to self-regulate and control other executive brain functions Developing growth mindsets along with perseverance and resilience Cultivating a sense of responsibility, honesty, and integrity Encouraging a capacity for empathy and gratitude
CLUE 8: When you teach someone with less knowledge and skill than you have, you will grow, too! CLUE 9: High expectations with little work are false ...
Author: Mark Mandela
Category: Business & Economics
Do you dream of leaving your 9-to-5 job and never returning? Do you desire to travel the country and make new friends? Is freedom of time, mobility, and money important to you? If you answered yes to any of those questions, Thrival from Ordinary to Extraordinary is a must-read. Using personal experience, Mandela elucidates how to achieve those dreams and desires. You will learn to: - Realize your possibilities. - Build a team. - Develop lasting relationships. - Identify key people to develop into leaders. - Inspire others. - Become extraordinary. If surviving is your goal, this book is not for you. If you desire to reach the next level, to go from being ordinary to extraordinary, this book is teeming with clues that enable you to reach the next level and beyond. Your potential is greater than surviving; it is time to thrive. Learn step-by-step how to go from ordinary to extraordinary; it is your time to excel!
Words too, perfectly formed, with tales of legendary battles, plots, ... The adults too had gathered to hear. ... I can teach you to read. Yes, all of you.
Author: Alex Burcher
Publisher: Elsewhen Press
If they found and destroyed the Scroll they would bring down all civilisation. Would the sacrifice of one man’s life save humanity? Five years after the Great Fire of Lundun, ex-dragoon Laqua is lured into helping the Keepers of the Light, a covert band fighting the equally clandestine Cult of the Death of Hope. The Cult would bring down the empire of the Moors and, indeed, all civilisation. An empire that has conquered most of Europe, where the language is Arabic and the flag of the falcate moon flies. Where alcohol is banned and hashish legal, prison is unknown and punishment by whip, knife or hook. A world in which the Industrial Revolution is already well advanced and steam engines chug. Where the Norse have settled the New World first. In Lundun, capital of the Tin Isles, the largest mosque looms over St Pauls Cathedral. And Samuel Peppin has given up his diaries to write bawdy poems. Vital to defeating the Cult is an ancient secret Scroll, the final chapter of the sacred Script, its authenticity assured by the Seal. While the Cult would destroy it, the Keepers intend its dissemination to all. Until they have the means to do so, Laqua is charged with its safekeeping. He falls in with a dour eunuch, a functionary of the Court of the Amir in Qurtuba, and a perfidious, possibly drug-addled, heretic. And what part might a libidinous Norsewoman play? Ahead of him lie spying, fighting, loving, torture and tragedy … and the discovery of a hideous truth. As Ants to the Gods is an alternate history adventure that challenges some of the orthodoxies and assumptions of Western culture. For adults only, certainly not for the faint-hearted or easily shocked, it is a ribald and irreverent exploration of a world that could have been. Visit bit.ly/AsAntsToTheGods Cover artwork by Alison Buck