Despite what we believe about Him personally, there’s no denying Jesus of Nazareth’s overwhelming resume as the greatest leader of all time. Exploring Jesus’ own words, actions and legacy, leadership trainer and former Christian minister Keith Chow not only discovers a wealth of helpful tools and wisdom–but how Jesus also invites us into life and leadership with Him through a surprisingly simple yet dangerously exciting way.
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Amateur sleuth Odelia Grey tries to get a band back together—and get her mother off the hook—in book eleven of the award-winning series It's a rockin' flashback for Odelia Grey when her mother asks her to look into the disappearance of her neighbor Bo Shank, the former lead singer for a band Odelia idolized in her youth. But when a body is found in Bo Shank's house, everything quickly gets thrown out of tune. Praise: "Jaffarian's fun, frenzied 11th mystery featuring plucky plus-size paralegal Odelia Grey...is a fluffy mélange of danger, humor, and surprises."—Publishers Weekly "[A] delightful series."—Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine "More corpses surely lie in wait for [Odelia]...But it's fun to see her ditzy niece share the spotlight this time around."—Kirkus Reviews
Did you grow up reciting Little Miss Muffet, Jack Be Nimble, and Mary Had a Little Lamb? Mother Goose nursery rhymes have helped generations of children achieve literacy. This third grade classroom resource will help teachers incorporate rhymes into a standards-based curriculum that is aligned to TESOL, WIDA, and Common Care. Students will master phonological awareness, phonics skills, vocabulary, comprehension, fluency, and writing while purposefully playing with rhymes. Watch your students light up as they recite these traditional and original rhymes and complete hands-on activities with this invaluable resource.
What better gift to give students than engaging rhymes to read while building literacy skills? This third-grade classroom resource will enhance students' mastery of phonological awareness, phonics skills, vocabulary, comprehension, fluency, and writing while purposefully playing with rhymes! Each of the fifteen lessons offered in this e-book includes a traditional or original rhyme, six outlined activities, a list of standards and materials, and student reproducibles. Aligned to TESOL, WIDA, Common Core, and other state standards, poetic language activities include rhyming riddles, word sorts, writing connections, reader's theater, and more. Watch your students light up as they recite the rhymes and complete standards-based, hands-on activities in this e-book.
What better gift to give students than engaging rhymes to read while building literacy skills? This second-grade classroom resource will enhance students' mastery of phonological awareness, phonics skills, vocabulary, comprehension, fluency, and writing while purposefully playing with rhymes! Each of the fifteen lessons offered in this e-book includes a traditional or original rhyme, six outlined activities, a list of standards and materials, and student reproducibles. Aligned to TESOL, WIDA, Common Core, and other state standards, poetic language activities include rhyming riddles, word sorts, writing connections, reader's theater, and more. Watch your students light up as they recite the rhymes and complete standards-based, hands-on activities in this e-book.
Seventeen year-old "Moxie" Crane's mother ruins her social life without ever stepping foot into her school. As if driving away her father and lying about it all these years isn't enough, Moxie's classmates discover her mother moonlights as a stripper, branding virginal Moxie with a reputation she can never live up to. Instead of getting upset, she gets tough, owning her outcast status and putting up a care-free front. But loneliness and a band audition advertisement lead her to Gavin Tully, a teen homeschooled for mysterious reasons who defies his parents' strict rules to secretly start a band. They each have something the other wants: he's enamored by her free-spirit life, and she's jealous of his overprotective, yet supportive family. Moxie teaches Gavin how to rebel and Gavin makes her feel like part of his family...until his parents catch them and force him back under their prison-like rules. Desperate to be a free spirit like Moxie, he takes the rebellion too far and runs away from home, leaving behind a breadcrumb trail of clues only Moxie can decipher. But when Moxie discovers his parents aren't just strict...they're in hiding from a dangerous enemy, she sets out to find Gavin and rescue him the way he saved her.
Enhance your students' mastery of phonics skills, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing with engaging poetic language activities. The focus of this lesson is There Was a Crooked Man!
When it comes to learning ECG interpretation, there's simply no faster or easier way to master basic rhythms than this unique book. Using a fun and easy-to-understand writing style, this updated new edition uses humor, cartoons, and personal stories to walk you through the entire ECG process: from finding a heartbeat, to monitoring an electrocardiogram, to interpreting the heart rhythm. A unique Flip and See section allows you to view normal ECGs on one side of the page and abnormal ECGs on the other, along with concise text that clearly explains the differences between them. Plus, the completely redesigned Cohn's Pocket Guide for ECG Interpretation aids both students and practitioners in rhythm interpretation. Lay-flat spiral binding makes it easy to use anywhere, and the small size fits into a lab coat pocket. Unique Flip and See section at the end of the book allows you to see each rhythm side-by-side with a normal ECG rhythm, while a written walkthrough explains the important differences between the rhythms. Excuse Me! features highlight frequently asked student questions with easy-to-understand answers. Conversational language and clear illustrations and cartoons make the information easy to remember and fun to learn. New and updated information across the entire book includes coverage of new pacemaker strips and now includes 12-lead interpretation and 12-lead axis identification. New cartoons have been added to make key points memorable and entertaining. Updated algorithms reflect the new 2010 ECC Guidelines. Completely redesigned Cohn's Pocket Guide for ECG Interpretation, a plastic heart rate ruler, aids both students and practitioners in rhythm interpretation. Expanded appendix provides illustrations of ECG complexes as they relate to heart damage.
"Of the three elements of music -- rhythm, melody, and harmony -- rhythm has received the least attention from the theorists, yet it is indisputably the basic element without which there is no musical art." Such is the first sentence of this book on use of the body to express musical rhythm. Elsa Findlay is eminently qualified to write on this subject, having been a student of Emile-Jaques Dalcroze, the master himself, also from her own experience in a variety of teaching situations. These included schools of dance and theater, colleges and universities, and The Cleveland Institute of Music, one of the first to offer a BMus degree with a major in eurhythmics. Each chapter concentrates on a different phase of rhythm: tempo, dynamics, duration, metrical patterns, speech and rhythm patterns, phrase and form, pitch and melody, and creative expression. Activities for each phase are outlined in detail and illustrated by charming drawings and photos. Appendices furnish further suggestions for exercises, games, action songs, and suitable music.
As one of our highest expressions of thought and creativity, music has always been a difficult realm to capture, model, and understand. The connectionist paradigm, now beginning to provide insights into many realms of human behavior, offers a new and unified viewpoint from which to investigate the subtleties of musical experience. Music and Connectionism provides a fresh approach to both fields, using the techniques of connectionism and parallel distributed processing to look at a wide range of topics in music research, from pitch perception to chord fingering to composition.The contributors, leading researchers in both music psychology and neural networks, address the challenges and opportunities of musical applications of network models. The result is a current and thorough survey of the field that advances understanding of musical phenomena encompassing perception, cognition, composition, and performance, and in methods for network design and analysis.Peter M. Todd is a doctoral candidate in the PDP Research Group of the Psychology Department at Stanford University. Gareth Loy is an award-winning composer, a lecturer in the Music Department of the University of California, San Diego, and a member of the technical staff of Frox Inc.Contributors. Jamshed J. Bharucha. Peter Desain. Mark Dolson. Robert Gjerclingen. Henkjan Honing. B. Keith Jenkins. Jacqueline Jons. Douglas H. Keefe. Tuevo Kohonen. Bernice Laden. Pauli Laine. Otto Laske. Marc Leman. J. P. Lewis. Christoph Lischka. D. Gareth Loy. Ben Miller. Michael Mozer. Samir I. Sayegh. Hajime Sano. Todd Soukup. Don Scarborough. Kalev Tiits. Peter M. Todd. Kari Torkkola.