Button Button Who S Got The Button

Author: Trish Holland
Editor: Teaching Strategies
ISBN: 9781606171189
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Button Button Who S Got The Button

Author: Hajo Bucken
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ISBN: 9780863152146
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Buttons are easy to find, fun to collect, and they can provide the family with lots of games to play. The author takes a light-hearted look at a hundred and one games from the very easy to the more challenging. They range from simple guessing games, games using boards or table-tops, to games of imagination, wit and creativity.

Etiquette Lessons Volume Two

Author: Teresa Kathryn Grisinger Reilly
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595440207
Size: 20,41 MB
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We are proud to present more Etiquette Lessons! Volume II, Modern Manners, gives instructors, coaches and educators a seamless continuation of "Girls & Boys at the Table" and "Teens at the Table" etiquette programs. This book contains fresh, new lessons that build upon essential basic lessons in table manners, social protocol and beginning ballroom dance. They are all designed to continue authentic social learning experiences throughout the school year. These lessons have been tested with great results in Fall, Winter and Spring Terms including exams with each lesson and a dinner/dance at the end of each term. All of the lessons come with detailed lesson plans to guide teachers. Students use rhymes, props, learning snacks, menus, dance, movement and scripts to learn appropriate behavior for young people in modern society. Etiquette Lessons create social competence. They add social-awareness life skills to the elementary, middle school and high school experience. Etiquette Lessons give students life skills they need to become socially capable at each level of personal development. Polite social behavior taught in classes with groups of peers can improve student attitude and even lift academic achievement. By graduation, "Etiquette Lessons" students grow naturally more civil, enjoying more interaction with others. Etiquette students experience enhanced interest, appreciation and recognition from parents and teachers alike. These lessons have a way of bringing out the positive aspects of children and youth. Each is designed to teach traditional etiquette combined with modern, appropriate, considerate behavior that becomes increasingly interactive as students adapt. Each lesson introduces new, scientific and historical information about customs and skills students welcome as familiar and having worth. They practice etiquette together while gaining command of the roles of ladies and gentlemen.

The Eloquence Of Grace

Author: James M. Childs
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1621894630
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Joseph A. Sittler (1904-1987) was one of the most influential theologians of the twentieth century, distinguished for his pioneering work in ecology and for his preeminence as a preacher. He gave both the Beecher Lectures at Yale and the Noble Lectures at Harvard. As the preacher's theologian, Sittler approached the interpretation of Scripture with a clear understanding of current critical scholarship, but also in the freedom of the gospel at the center of Scripture and with the humility of a theologian of the cross. In following the trajectory of the text into the preaching situation he gave a lively, timeless, and eloquent expression to the fact that the interpretation of texts is in the service of proclamation. This collection of readings from Sittler's rich legacy contains a great many presentations and sermons that have never before appeared in print. Theologically serious preaching, close attention to language, engagement with the best of sacred and secular culture, and a deep respect for the text, all characteristics of Sittler's work, are the sort of features that continue to edify. They remain as benchmarks for good preaching even as styles and contexts evolve.

A Collection Of The Political Writings Of William Leggett

Author: William Leggett
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The Rover Boys Megapack

Author: Edward Stratemeyer
Editor: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 1434447049
Size: 10,33 MB
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The Rover Boys were precursors to the Hardy Boys -- three brothers who solved mysteries and had adventures at boarding school, on vacation, and abroad. Twenty volumes (all included here) were published. A second series, chronicling the adventures of the original Rover Boys' sons, followed. Six volumes of the second series are included. If you enjoy this ebook, don't forget to search your favorite ebook store for "Wildside Press Megapack" to see more of the 300+ volumes in this series, covering adventure, historical fiction, mysteries, westerns, ghost stories, science fiction -- and much, much more!

Practical Techniques For Enhancing Self Esteem

Author: Diane Frey
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135059497
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First published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The U S Army In The Occupation Of Germany 1944 1946

Author: Earl F. Ziemke
Editor: U.S. Government Printing Office
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The Blackfeet

Author: John C. Ewers
Editor: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 0806188685
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The Blackfeet were the strongest military power on the northwestern plains throughout the eighteenth century. But the near extinction of buffalo in the late nineteenth century brought dire poverty to the tribe, forcing them to rely in part on the U.S. government for sustenance. In this history of the Blackfeet, historian John C. Ewers relied on his own experience living among the Blackfeet as well as archival research to tell of not only the events that have so drastically affected the Blackfeet way of life, but also the ways the Blackfeet have responded, adapting and preserving their culture in the face of a changing landscape.

The Dead Father

Author: Donald Barthelme
Editor: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 1466857307
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The Dead Father is a gargantuan half-dead, half-alive, part mechanical, wise, vain, powerful being who still has hopes for himself--even while he is being dragged by means of a cable toward a mysterious goal. In this extraordinary novel, marked by the imaginative use of language that influenced a generation of fiction writers, Donald Barthelme offered a glimpse into his fictional universe. As Donald Antrim writes in his introduction, "Reading The Dead Father, one has the sense that its author enjoys an almost complete artistic freedom . . . a permission to reshape, misrepresent, or even ignore the world as we find it . . . Laughing along with its author, we escape anxiety and feel alive."